Jul 10, 2013

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Minaj's law-abiding career dreams
Irish Independent
The Starships songstress admitted she had an interest in pursuing a career in law - but chose to go into rapping instead. "I just loved the thought of going into a courtroom with mostly men and defending someone - just being able to persuade people ...
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Cozen O'Connor Labor & Employment Shareholder A. Martin Wickliff, Jr ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
A. Martin (Marty) Wickliff, Jr., a veteran trial lawyer with nearly 40 years of experience devoted to a national trial and appellate practice in all phases of labor and employment law, has been selected by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) for ...
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Pence appoints members to Indiana Career Council
Mike Pence finally made his appointments to the Indiana Career Council Tuesday, nearly three months after signing the law creating the industry-led worker training review panel during a lavish Statehouse ceremony. The 16-member council is tasked with ...
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Dean of Hamline School of Law returns to private practice
Minneapolis Star Tribune
"It's a tough job being at any law school these days," said Roy S. Ginsburg, a Minneapolis lawyer who advises other lawyers on the practice of law. "The fact that Don hung in there is very impressive. People are questioning the value of a legal ...
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Suing Florida lawyers
Florida Trend
Warren R. Trazenfeld didn't go to law school thinking he'd end up spending the bulk of his career suing other lawyers. He became a real estate attorney instead at a corporate law firm in Miami. There, he spent some of his time writing title insurance ...
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Cañon City Police Officer Robyn Vidmar to host Junior Law Enforcement Academy
Canon City Daily Record
The Cañon City Junior Law Enforcement Academy will be held 8 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 at Cañon City High School and is free to attend. The class is for 13- 17-year-olds who might have an interest in going into a law enforcement career, though that desire ...
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Dohrn directs UO School of Law's nonprofit clinic
She has spent nearly her entire professional career engaged in public interest work — from Legal Aid in Harlem and the Bronx to nearly a decade at the groundbreaking Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund. Now she's bringing her expertise, ...
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OK to terminate disabled employee if effort to accommodate is unsuccessful
Business Management Daily
by The HR Specialist: California Employment Law on July 9, 2013 6:00pm in Discrimination and Harassment,Human Resources. Employers are supposed to reasonably accommodate an employee's disability so he or she can perform the essential functions ...
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Hon. Dennis Lane, QC is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle ...
Wall Street Journal
Dennis Lane, QC is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Legal Services as a result of his role as an Arbitrator and Mediator with the firm of Lane Arbitration and Mediation Inc. Throughout his illustrious ...
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Shooter in 'accidental' Elks Lodge homicide gets time served plus probation
The Times Herald
COURTHOUSE — In what he described as one of the more difficult decisions he's had to make in a law career that has spanned three decades, Common Pleas Judge Garrett D. Page sentenced a local man to several months plus probation for involuntary ...
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Hamline Law School dean to step down, return to practice
ABA Journal
"The Minneapolis law firm that I helped build offers opportunities at this time to close my career doing what I love best: problem-solving for clients," Lewis said in letters circulated to the law school's faculty and students and quoted by MinnPost ...
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Former legal eagle takes to the stage with War Horse
Brisbane Times
For 14 years the law courts were John Thompson's stage. In 2003, the singer took a "fairly permanent" career break from his role as a barrister with Legal Aid Queensland to join the folk music circuit full time. This month he takes to Brisbane's Lyric ...
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Easley Police Officer of the Week
Pickens Sentinel
EASLEY – Dispatcher and jailor Larry Waters of the Easley police Department has always wanted to pursue a career on the right side of the law. "I have been on dispatch for 28 years and I have always wanted to be on the right side of the law," Waters said.
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Lawyer's record 12-year prison term for insider trading is upheld
Chicago Tribune
"It is really quite remarkable that Kluger could not even wait to graduate from law school before using his employment at a law firm to initiate his illegal activities," he continued. "It is equally remarkable that during most of his legal career he ...
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Longtime San Ramon Police Officer Retires
After serving seven years in the United States Air Force, Dave Heinbaugh started his law enforcement career with the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff in 1990. After working in the Detention Division for four years he transferred to County ...
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Rowlett police offer summer camp for children
Houston Chronicle
The first of two weeklong academies was geared toward students in the fifth through eighth grades interested in exploring law enforcement careers — or just learning a bit about a day in the life of a police officer. "A lot of kids unfortunately only ...
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Pike honored as South Dakota Young Lawyer of the Year
Black Hills Pioneer
Pike earned his law degree from Suffolk University in 2004 and formally began his law career in 2006 in the Lawrence County Public Defender's Office. His career with the county technically began with an unpaid internship with the Public Defender's ...
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About Eugene Pettis
He litigates matters in areas of medical malpractice, personal injury, commercial litigation, professional liability and employment law. Mr. Pettis attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, where he received both his Bachelor and Law degrees.
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Successful Lateral Integration for Law Firms
Bloomberg Law
While many major firms initially hire laterals in an of counsel-type arrangement to insure expectations are met before promoting them into full partnership, one major law firm has created specific, alternative career tracks to attract quality laterals ...
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Bright-eyed foreign graduates see internships as way onto career ladder
Global Times
Elizabeth Thomas, 24, a recent graduate of Knox College in the US, who had no previous law experience, is waiting for a work visa so that she can start working as a paralegal after three months interning at a Chinese law firm. She decided to stay in ...
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Donald J. Irwin, former congressman and mayor, dies at 86
Washington Post
Mr. Irwin returned to his law career after the defeat and went on to serve two terms as Norwalk mayor from 1971 to 1975. Donald Jay Irwin was born Sept. 7, 1926, in Rosario, Argentina, to American parents. His father was a buyer for the American beef ...
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Bayonne Police Department seeking recruits
The City of Bayonne is advising those interested in a career in law enforcement that the deadline for application to the Bayonne Police Department is Sept. 4. The Mayor's Office said that applications for the examination for the position of Police ...
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Morris teens invited to public safety academy
"Maybe, one day, because of the experience gained at the academy, one of these students will run for public office or pursue a career in law enforcement or volunteer as a firefighter or EMT," said Cabana, freeholder liaison to the Department of Law and ...
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Obama Nominates 'Alias' Producer for State Dept. Post
Hollywood Reporter
President Barack Obama has nominated entertainment lawyer and television writer Crystal Nix-Hines, a Harvard law classmate, to serve as permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations' Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. our editor ...
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The Rule of Law
Cottage Grove Sentinel
Cottage Grove's Bill Tanton was a homicide policeman in Sacramento, became an NCIC special agent, then finished his career in the police department and 'retired' in 2004. He then worked for the FBI as a terrorism intelligence analyst and retired in 2012.
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ULM President's Academy under way
Monroe News Star
Depending on their chosen career path, students will be charged with developing a drug that can treat the disease, while controlling the flow of information to avoid panic and protect the legal rights of individuals. Students in the law externship will ...
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TRU Staffing Partners Nominated for the Fourth Annual New York Law Journal ...
Wall Street Journal
The company works with the AmLaw 200, Fortune 1000, and e-discovery service providers to bring unparalleled personalized career consulting and staffing services to the growing community of professionals working in legal technology. TRU also sponsors a ...
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Web1 new result for Law Career
USD: Law: Career Services: Staff Biography: Jacqueline Eggert
Following her law school graduation, she served as a law clerk to Chief United States District Court Judge Curtis L. Collier. Jacqueline was also a litigation ...

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