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Animals lovers unite for purrpose
Houston Chronicle
The Texas Humane Legislation Network and South Texas College of Law's new Animal Law Clinic - the first in the nation - kicked off an auction campaign with Paws For-A-Purrpose at the college by unveiling a collection of 64 sculptures painted by Texas ...
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Rosenberg receives KBA Distinguished Lawyer of the Year Award
The Floyd County Times
He is a graduate of Duke University with an A.B. degree in Chemistry (1953), and he earned his L.L.B. degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law (1962). He holds Honorary Doctorates from Morehead State University, the William Mitchell ...
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Hudson County students earn degrees, honors
The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
Dina Ragab of Jersey City, received a Doctor of Law from the School of Law of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., at its 168th commencement ceremony in May. • • •. Army National Guard Spec. Rene A. Rivas has graduated from basic combat training at Fort ...
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Earp Cohn P.C. Welcomes New Attorney Allen Etish
Allen is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law Camden, and represents a wide range of clients, including small to medium sized businesses, professional corporations, manufacturing concerns, professional service providers and retail merchants.
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Ultimate Frisbee league on Wednesdays
SALEM, N.H. — The American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS), the nation's only college dedicated exclusively to the study of history, will hold an open house Aug. 7 at the school at 1 Stiles Road beginning at 7 p.m. It will last ...
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Local lawyers 'argue' their favorite legal films
Huntsville Item
You have bachelor's degree from Ouachita Baptist University in biblical languages and accounting; a master's degree in education, specializing in student affairs and administration at Baylor; and a law degree from South Texas College of Law. That may ...
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Neb. attorney, activist to run for Legislature
San Francisco Chronicle
He serves of the boards of the Daily Nebraskan student newspaper, the veterans advocacy group Boot Straps and Beyond, and the University of Nebraska College of Law Young Alumni Council. The legislative district includes parts of downtown and north ...
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New York Bar Foundation Announces New Officers, Board Members
Madison County Courier
She graduated from Connecticut College and earned her law degree from Syracuse University College of Law. Hon. Ralph A. Boniello, III, of Niagara Falls, Board Member. Boniello is a justice of the New York State Supreme Court, Eighth Judicial District.
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The Wenatchee World Online
Joe Brown Jr., a 1981 graduate of Cashmere High School, has graduated from the University of Washington School of Law. While in law school, he was editor of the Washington Law Review. He has accepted an associate position with Montgomery, Purdue, ...
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Jamie Sibold, former chairman of DeKalb GOP, dies at 57
Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
He attended Hillsdale High School where he excelled in athletics. He began his college career at University of California, Berkeley and later graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law. James ran a successful law practice in Dunwoody for 28 ...
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College of GPs withdraws from HSE clinical programmes in protest over fees
Irish Times
On Tuesday the Competition Authority said it had filed papers in the High Court seeking a declaration the IMO's withdrawal of services in response to the fee cuts is prohibited by Irish and European law. It is also seeking an interlocutory injunction ...
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Lanham named new principal
Your Houston News
She raised her son by herself, worked three jobs, attended and finished college and now her only son is entering law school in the fall at South Texas College of Law in Houston, after graduating from Texas A&M. "There are ways to overcome obstacles," ...
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The ATL Interrogatories: 10 Questions with Rob Romanoff from Levenfeld ...
Above the Law
It made a big impression on me when I read it as a first-year law student. 10. What would you have been if you weren't a lawyer? Either a rabbi or a high school history teacher. Both involve teaching and have a high degree of interpersonal contact. I ...
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Michael McCoy
Inside Tucson Business
McCoy graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 2001 and has since worked at two international law firms and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. McCoy joined Avnet in December 2010 and is responsible for providing oversight ...
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Real Estate Weekly
Theis received a bachelor's degree from West Chester University and his juris doctorate from Villanova University School of Law. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association and is licensed to practice law in New York. ••• Zetlin & De Chiara ...
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Gary Wright Memorial golf event seeks players
Fairborn Daily Herald
Signed to a professional contract by the Kansas City Royals baseball organization, he played four years in the minor leagues, attending Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law in his off-seasons. Upon graduation from OSU, he joined the law firm ...
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Former Secretary of State named State Chamber general counsel
Tulsa Business
Coffee earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Northeastern State University and received a law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. As general counsel, Coffee will provide legal advice to the State Chamber and its ...
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Saving Trayvon Martin — and George Zimmerman — With Jewish Law
Jewish Daily Forward (blog)
The New York Times reported that Zimmerman earned an A in a college class that delved into Florida's Stand Your Ground laws. Thus, Zimmerman's intimate knowledge of Stand Your Ground laws may have influenced his decision to follow Martin that fateful ...
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Energy Lawyer Joins Norton Rose Fulbright's US Member Firm in Houston
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Crady, fluent in Spanish, received his JD from South Texas College of Law and BA from Washington & Lee University. He is a Fellow of the Houston and Texas Bar Foundations, and a member of the Energy Bar Association and the Association of International ...
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Police apprehend Ind. doctor after deaths of 2 former residents, 2 others
Norman Transcript
He accepted a post as professor and department chair at Creighton University's School of Medicine in 2001. Mary Brumback graduated from the OU College of Law and practiced family law in Norman for several years. Indiana State Police SWAT team ...
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GSU pulls in $38M in fundraising
Atlanta Business Chronicle
GSU's College of Law tripled its fundraising goal and has the funding in place to build its new home. Groundbreaking is set for September. A $5 million pledge from the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, along with major gifts from law alumna Catherine ...
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Kramer Joins The Cigarette Store Corp.
Convenience Store Decisions
While in law school, he served on the Barrister's Cup Moot Court Team and the University of Denver College of Law's National Moot Court Team and Jessup International Moot Court Team. Kramer was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. on June 14, 1961. He was the ...
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Strapped Rhode Island City Presses College to Ante Up
Wall Street Journal
The law may be the first of its kind, and the university's president has said he plans to challenge it in court. Daphne Kenyon, a visiting fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, Mass., predicted other localities wrestling with ...
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Citizen Cruz: Can the senator serve as president?
In plain English, said Gerald Treece, a constitutional law expert who's also dean of the South Texas College of Law, "if your parent is a U.S. citizen, then you're eligible to be president." Perhaps the matter is a natural controversy for people who ...
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Carlson, Garcia selected for Will County judgeships
Joliet Herald News
Garcia: 57, of Joliet, has been a lawyer since 1995. He attended IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. He is a solo practitioner in Joliet. The other two finalists were Chantal Host, of the Thomas Naughton law office, and Kathleen Patton, who is chief of ...
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A more valuable type of protest
But they failed to call-out the historical and continued funding cuts to schools, such as the Florida A&M University School of Law, that are responsible for creating diversity in the justice system. No Black lawyers equal no Black judges, which means ...
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Fabrice Tourre and the limits of Wall Street prosecutions
"When you get into the spongier areas of getting a bank to explain its business judgment, it's harder to make a case," explains Lawrence G. Baxter, a professor at Duke University Law School who specializes in financial services regulation. "When there ...
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Clinical Law | College of Law | West Virginia University - Morgantown
Clinical Law. Established in 1976, WVU's clinical law program provides over 40,000 hours of pro bono legal aid per year. Supervised by law professors, the ...
Alumni Launch » Levin College of Law » University of Florida
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Welcome Back Picnic | ULaw Today | The S.J. ... - Salt Lake City
11 Questioning Minds Event · College of Law Scores a Touchdown with First Annual Tailgate and Social Event · Public Interest Law Organization to Host PILO  ...
Full-Time Study - University of La Verne College of Law
La Verne Law offers a traditional and innovative legal courses in its full and part- time academic programs for completion of the J.D. degree. The full-time ...

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