Jun 21, 2013

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News11 new results for Study Law
 
Welcome change in law will speed study of extending Metro Rail to Amherst
Buffalo News
When Schumer won the grant for the study in October 2011, federal law required that the money be spent on both an "alternatives analysis" and an "environmental review." Congress later consolidated these two processes, but for some reason exempted ...
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Study Day in Tunis Focuses On Women and Transitional Justice
AllAfrica.com
During a study day held by association "Tunisiennes," participants proposed the creation of a unit within the Truth and Dignity commission to be established under the law on transitional justice to work on physical and moral assaults against women ...
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Houston Car Accident Lawyer Kevin Krist Says New Study of Red-Light ...
Watch List News (press release)
Less than 10 percent of red-light violations in the groups' study involved distracted driving in communities that have strict laws against cell phone use – compared to more than 16 percent in communities that do not. Texas bans the use of wireless ...
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Kentucky Car Accident Lawyer Frank Jenkins Calls for Caution Regarding Voice ...
Watch List News (press release)
"The lessons learned from the current research suggest that such voice-based interaction is not risk-free, and in some instances the impairments to driving may rise to the level associated with drunk driving," the study says. Jenkins said his law firm ...
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EU and India in dialogue over standards governing international personal data ...
Out-Law.com
"The Commission commissioned a study undertaken by an independent expert, into the law relating to the protection of personal data in India," the Commission spokesperson said. "The study assessed a number of features exhibiting similarities and ...
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Morrison & Foerster, White & Case: Business of Law
Bloomberg
U.S. Law Grads Finding More Jobs at Big Firms, Study Finds. More U.S. law school graduates are finding jobs at large firms even as legal hiring remains well below pre-recession highs, the National Association for Law Placement said in a report. The ...
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Inaugural Leon Morris Lecture on Monday
Patheos (blog)
On Monday, Dr. Brian Rosner will deliver the inaugural Leon Morris Lecture in New Testament Studies on Paul and the Law: Keeping the Commandments of God. It will be based on Brian's just-released-book, named, you guessed it, Paul and the Law...
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Dachel Media Update: Law, Insurance, Pollution
Age of Autism
"The limitations in this study's design mean it cannot prove that air pollution causes or increases the risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, it does tentatively suggest higher pollution levels may increase the risk, which may ...
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Study: Utilities still lack incentives for efficiency
Midwest Energy News
"Now we want to encourage completely different things, but the rate structures have remained the same," said Inara Scott, whose assessment [PDF] of the impediments to energy efficiency is in the current issue of Environmental Law. Scott is an assistant ...
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New study warns teachers no longer taught how to teach
Red Alert Politics
The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) alerts in its latest study of teacher preparation programs that "Many in the field…have rejected any notion that its role is to train the next generation of teachers." For instance, California now allows ...
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Jail study to cost more, take longer
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
URBANA — A long-awaited jail-needs assessment study will be delivered to the Champaign County Board in September and at a higher cost, the county board decided Thursday. The study of the ... based Institute for Law and Policy Planning. The ILPP report ...
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Blogs2 new results for Study Law
 
Study shows D.C. paid sick days law hasn't negatively impacted ...
By EOI
A recent report released by the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor (ODCA) on the district's 2008 paid sick days law provides a welcome and much-needed assessment of the impact of this historic law, which was the nation's second.
Washington Policy Watch
Study: Cannabinoid Could Potentially Cut Down On NSAID-Induced ...
By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director
NORML.org - Working to Reform Marijuana Laws · Home · About NORML · About Marijuana · State Info · Legal Issues · Library · News Releases · Blog · Take ... Full text of the study, "Acute delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol blocks gastric hemorrhages induced by the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac sodium in mice," appears online in the European Journal of Pharmacology. Tags : analgesics, gastrointestinal, ibuprofren, NSAIDS, THC, ulcers. Posted in : ACTIVISM, SCIENCE
NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform

Web2 new results for Study Law
 
Kentucky Officials Announce Study of Prescription Drug Abuse Laws ...
Officials in Kentucky will study the effectiveness of new laws designed to reduce prescription drug abuse, The Courier-Journal reports. The yearlong study will be  ...
www.drugfree.org/.../kentucky-officials-announce-study-of-pr...
U.S. Law Grads Finding More Jobs at Big Firms, Study Finds (1 ...
More U.S. law school graduates are finding jobs at large firms even as legal hiring remains well below pre-recession highs, the National Association for Law ...
www.businessweek.com/.../u-dot-s-dot-law-grads-finding-mor...


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