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Dean of Hamline School of Law returns to private practice
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Don Lewis, the dean of Hamline University's School of Law during a rough spot for all U.S. law schools, is leaving his academic post at the end of the year to return to private practice. Lewis has informed faculty and students that his five-year tenure ...
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UCLA Law receives $5.5 million gift to support growth and leadership of ...
UC Los Angeles
UCLA School of Law has received a $5.5 million gift from philanthropist Charles R. "Chuck" Williams to support the leadership of the Williams Institute — the first and only law school initiative dedicated to the study of sexual orientation and gender ...
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LPO forcing legal education review
Lawyers Weekly
The Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA) is questioning the content of law degrees in light of the rise of legal process outsourcing (LPO) in the Australian market. Legal work that is now frequently outsourced, such as document review, legal ...
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Local students graduate from Albany Law School
Corning Leader
Albany, N.Y. —. The following local students graduated from Albany Law School with a juris doctor degree during a commencement ceremony held on May 17. Elmira: Logan Cook, Michelle Mallette. Lowman: Meagan Rosekrans. Wayland: Casey Fitzpatrick.
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Gap-year Tain man trades royal service and Caribbean for a law degree
Ross-Shire Journal
Having worked as a butler at Skibo Castle in Dornoch while at school he applied to work at Buckingham Palace and ended up travelling the world with the Royal Family as part of the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations. "I wasn't really settled on any of ...
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UCLA law institute on issues affecting gays receives $5 million
Los Angeles Times
The $5 million will help fund leadership positions, including a research director, according to Brad Sears, executive director of the Williams Institute and an assistant dean at UCLA's law school. "In terms of ensuring the long-term stability of the ...
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High school students ful-FILLed in summer program at Mitchell
William Mitchell College of Law
"I learned that there are a lot of things you can do with a law degree—you don't have to just do law. It's good to know there are more options than you think there are. And it's a great way to meet people." "It's amazing how much these kids learn in ...
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Brewbaker to act as interim dean of UA School of Law, will replace Randall
The University of Alabama Crimson White
William Brewbaker began his duties as acting interim dean of The University of Alabama School of Law July 1. Brewbaker will act as dean until a search committee has found a permanent candidate to replace Kenneth Randall, who was the dean of the School ...
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Johnson receives prestigious law award
New Pittsburgh Courier
Stephanie Johnson, a Wilkinsburg resident, received the prestigious American Law Institute-American Bar Association Scholarship and Leadership Award from the Duquesne University School of Law. The award, based on recommendation of the entire ...
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Palm Coast Observer
Palm Coast resident Patrick G. Barclay, was the first American and only African American to earn a Law Degree from Renmin University School of Law, ranked as China's best law school by the Chinese Ministry of Education. As a member of the inaugural ...
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Brandy Manning Joins Burleson LLP in Midland, Underscoring Firm's Focus on ...
Wall Street Journal
Additionally, she has given presentations on a number of occasions at a wide range of events and venues, including the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law Urban Gas Drilling Symposium and the International Leadership Alumni Conference.
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State Patrol diversifies with recruitment program
Alexandria Echo Press
LETO is a specialized recruitment effort that provides a pathway for those without a law enforcement background to become a state trooper. Anyone with a two- or four-year degree in any discipline may apply. The State Patrol pays for the LETO candidates ...
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Western Springs attorney installed as second vice president of Illinois State ...
The Doings Western Springs
... Association, DuPage County Justinian Society of Lawyers, Illinois Bar Foundation, and the Western Springs Business Association. Davi received his law degree from The John Marshall Law School, with Distinction, and is a member of its alumni board.
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9th Candidate Announces Run For Congress
... First Congressional District. Wells Griffith (31) was born and raised in Mobile. He is a graduate from the Virginia Military Institute with distinction, earned his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law, and is a licensed attorney in ...
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Lawyers admitted to practise
Caymanian Compass
Mr. Westin possesses a bachelor's degree in humanities from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio and a law degree from the University of New Brunswick in Canada. Mr. Russell was formerly an associate with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher ...
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Pastor's legal counsel tries to close records
Daily Journal Online
... pastor accused of third-degree assault and stalking. Carl M. Cureton, 69, of Fredericktown was charged with the two class A misdemeanors last Wednesday. He is being represented by Dan Fall of the law firm Schnapp, Fall, Silvey, Reid & Bollinger, LLC.
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LinkedIn's Legal Eagle Keeps Eye On Privacy, Security
Daily Report (registration)
A native of Silver Spring, Md., Rottenberg taught public school in Anchorage, Alaska, from 1984 until 1989. She earned her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 1992. She spent three years with Cooley after graduating ...
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New Assistant City Solicitor Sworn In
Kim Scanlon has worked in City Hall for more than a decade as an intern and administrative assistant in the city's Health, Community Development and Law departments. She has a bachelor's in criminal justice from Salem State and a law degree from the ...
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Former Gainesville cop to head DJJ investigative unit
Access North Georgia
He has a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from North Georgia College, and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Georgia Law Enforcement Command College at Columbus State University. He is a graduate of the Georgia Leadership ...
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Knight honour for Queen's chaplain
Edinburgh Evening News
John went to school in Kent, then did a law degree at Bristol University and worked for a City law firm in London for four years before moving to East Lothian. He lived in Haddington and worked in the council's legal administration department before ...
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Northrim hires new staff and promotes two
Anchorage Daily News
Will has a law degree from Case Western Reserve University and a Masters in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University. Will serves regularly as a volunteer attorney for the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault ...
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Judge Dan Camp dies Tuesday
20, 1946, in Rome, Ga,. and was a graduate of East Rome High School. He graduated from Mercer University in 1968 and received his juris doctor degree from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer in 1970. Camp came to Carrollton in 1971 to ...
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Law & Order
Times Daily
Andy Mathieu, 35, of Golden, Miss.; second-degree theft of property. Jonathan Eugene Nipper, 26, of 406 S. Chestnut Ave., Florence; grand jury indictments for unlawful distribution of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a controlled ...
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Sciales, Olivier
The Lawyer
He obtained his law degree from the University of Antwerp (with distinction) and holds an LLM (Master of Laws) degree from Cornell University, New York (US). Olivier Sciales has been recommended and recognised by various publications in the field of ...
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Dodd-Frank, Obamacare And The Erosion Of The Rule Of Law
In such a byzantine maze of laws and regulations, what assurances do ordinary Americans have that they are not, in some way and to some degree, constant lawbreakers in the eyes of a vast and growing government? When the Supreme Court heard ...
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Bentley named acting U.S. Attorney for Florida's Middle District
Tampa Bay Business Journal
He has worked at a Washington, D.C. law firm and as an attorney-advisor in the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice. Bentley received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1983. Jane Meinhardt's beats include ...
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Trial seems likely in cop road rage case
Albany Times Union
McCoy, who earned his law degree in 1980 from the University of Bridgeport, is also East Greenbush's deputy town attorney. A going-away celebration for McCoy will be at Martel's at the Capital Hills Golf Course at 5:30 p.m. on July 18. Tickets are $35 ...
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Bethlehem police chief Jason Schiffer retires
Allentown Morning Call
Schiffer, who has a law degree, worked for the department for 20 years. Before rising through the ranks of the department, Schiffer was an international award-winning bicycle officer. Schiffer will be replaced by Deputy Chief Craig Finnerty, according ...
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Self-made man
He enrolled as an advocate after completing his law degree at the Madras Law College on July 25, 1973. After a successful legal practice involving all types of writ, civil and criminal matters, on both original and appellate sides of the Madras High ...
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Trayvon Martin Drug Use to Be Explored in Shooter's Trial
Bloomberg Law
Trayvon Martin's use of marijuana will be shared with the jury in the second-degree murder trial of George Zimmerman, a Neighborhood Watch volunteer accused of shooting the unarmedFlorida teenager. Seminole County Circuit Judge Debra Nelson, who ...
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Like other athletes, Aaron Hernandez had a criminal defense lawyer while still ...
ABA Journal
The Gainesville, Fla., attorney, who earned his law degree at the University of Florida, has represented dozens of Gators players in recent decades, reports the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.). Johnson declined to discuss the terms of these ...
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Local Flavor of Chef Victor Rallo Infuses with TV in 'Eat! Drink! Italy!'
Basically born into a foodie mindset with a family in the restaurant business, Rallo, in an uncanny educational background offshoot, has a law degree from Seton Hall Law School and a bachelor's degree from Villanova. He left legal business behind in ...
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Sergio Marchionne to Deliver Opening Address at the 2014 Canadian ...
Wall Street Journal
Marchionne is a barrister, solicitor and chartered accountant, having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Philosophy and minor in Economics from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School at York ...
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School's Out… Forever
FACTS: During 2011, 53 percent of all Americans with a bachelor's degree under the age of 25 were either unemployed or underemployed, only 56 percent of all law school graduates in 2012 were able to find a full-time job that requires a law degree...
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Masen Davis, Executive Director of the Transgender Law Center ...
By Toni Newman
The second law is one that is the first time that this kind of law has been introduced, I believe, in the United States, and it is A.B. 1266, the School Success and Opportunity Act, and this is one I'm pretty excited about at this point. We hear from ...
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