Jul 20, 2013

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Birmingham attorney Anthony Joseph installed as president of Alabama State Bar
The Birmingham News - al.com
Joseph received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in 1975, his master's degree from Howard University in 1977, his law degree from Cumberland School of Law in 1980 and graduated as a Special Agent from the FBI Academy in 1983.
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Isakson bill would remake 'No Child Left Behind'
C., and Lamar Alexander, R- Tenn., a former governor who also served as education secretary under former President George H.W. Bush, want to do away with a provision in the law that requires students in the more than 100,000 public school districts ...
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Frederick M. Dolan Jr., administrative law judge with Federal Maritime Commission
Washington Post
Frederick Melvin Dolan Jr., a native Washingtonian, was a 1941 graduate of Gonzaga College High School. He received a bachelor's degree in 1947 and a law degree in 1950, both from Georgetown University. During World War ll, he served in the Army in ...
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Attorney Randy M. Weber Named to Florida Trend's 2013 Legal Elite
PR Web (press release)
While in law school, Mr. Weber was on the Dean's List each year and an Associate Editor of the University of Miami School of Law Inter-American Law Review. In 1994, Mr. Weber earned his Juris Doctor degree Magna Cum Laude, graduating in the top 3% of ...
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Vandervoort chosen to serve as county juvenile/probate court judge
Lancaster Eagle Gazette
She is a graduate of Lancaster High School and has a bachelor's degree in business administration and organizational management from Miami University and a juris doctorate from the Ohio State University Law School. Farmer said after the vacancy occurs ...
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Man Accused of Entering School Admits to Burglary; Has Sex Crime Charge ...
The incident led to charges for Figular of third degree burglary, third degree aggravated criminal sexual contact, and fourth degree impersonating a law enforcement officer, according to the prosecutor's office. Figular entered a guilty plea on ...
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Opinion: Law doesn't always equal justice
A 2003 study out of Chicago-Kent Law School shows that Americans believe that the more racially diverse the jury is in a trial, the more legitimate and fair the final verdict is, which might explain why thousands of Americans are protesting the jury ...
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FIRST-PERSON: The court system isn't 'American Idol'
BP News
The prosecution must prove, in the case of second-degree murder, guilt beyond reasonable doubt that, according to Florida law, the accused has committed the "unlawful killing of a human being, when perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another ...
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West Point graduate is new immigrations chief
Mison obtained his law degree Juris Doctor from the Ateneo de Manila University School of Law in 1996, and earned his Masters of Law degree from the University of Southern California, USA in 2006. In 2011, he started serving as acting immigrations ...
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1927-2013: Feared and beloved, former US District Judge John Moore II dies at 85
Florida Times-Union
"It was like getting a post-doctorate law degree in terms of what I learned from him," said Perez, who also appeared before him as a federal prosecutor and private attorney. Later on, as close friends, Perez said, "I saw the twinkle in his eyes, and he ...
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Continuum "Second Degree" Review: Kiera Cameron and the Case of the ...
I mean, you can't tease me with grave-robbers and then give me Law & Order. I looooove Law & Order and I'm actually quite bitter about TNT's recent ditching of the Sunday-morning marathons (CURSE YOU, YOUR CHILDREN, AND YOUR CHILDREN'S ...
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Detroit bankruptcy case assigned to Judge Steven W. Rhodes
Rhodes has served on the faculty of the University of Michigan Law School, and is listed on the website as a lecturer for fall 2013 teaching bankruptcy law. Rhodes is a 1973 graduate of the law school, and received an undergraduate degree from Purdue ...
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Cautious batting is no recipe for women chasing success
Sydney Morning Herald
At the end of the fourth year of my law degree I did a ''summer clerkship'' at one of Sydney's big glass-and-marble firms. My first rotation was in the commercial department - I had loftily decided that would be my area of practice even though I had no ...
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H-T EXCLUSIVE Prosecutors charge coach Frazier
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Both law enforcement and the Florida Department of Children and Families said no one from the school district had called to report suspicion of child abuse, as required by law. On Nov. 15, the Manatee County School District removed Frazier from school ...
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Maynard board narrows town administrator search to 5 candidates
The Beacon-Villager
Sistare holds a juris doctorate from New England Law School and a master of science degree in public administration. He currently owns and operates his own law firm. He has 21 years of experience as a town administrator in three New Hampshire towns ...
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Virginia Is Corrupt
Slate Magazine
If you're looking for indoor fun in 100-degree weather, go ahead and Google Virginia's ethics laws for elected officials. First thing you'll notice? The word "lax" is used to modify the words "Virginia Ethics Laws" so often in news accounts that you ...
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Sportsmen's group files legal challenge of Pennsylvania's longstanding ban on ...
The Pennsylvania Record
Hunters who disregard the law can face a fifth-degree summary offense and possible hunting license revocation, the suit notes. The complaint takes issue with the Sunday hunting ban because, as it says, most people work Monday through Friday and ...
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Netlist Appoints Former Broadcom Executive Noel Whitley as Vice President of ...
Whitley holds a J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law, a master's degree in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University. About Netlist: Netlist, Inc.
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Trayvon Martin vs. Justice in the US
The Root
Contending that the jury was right not to convict George Zimmerman of second-degree murder based on the law and that Trayvon Martin's death was a profound injustice, The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates writes that two "conflicting truths emerge" in trying ...
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Erica Linfante and Patrick Calves, Hunterdon Central graduates, are engaged
Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ.com
She is currently a special education teacher for West Windsor Plainsboro School District. Patrick earned his undergraduate degree from Muhlenberg College and went on to earn his J.D. from Columbia Law School. He will begin working for Cadwalader, ...
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One year after Aurora massacre, victims grieve as Holmes's sanity probed
NBCNews.com (blog)
The chances of an insanity defense proving successful in Holmes' case are "really, really slim," Michael Perlin, a professor at New York Law School, told the Denver Post. Insanity defenses are allowed in every state besides Idaho, Kansas, Montana, and ...
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Experts offer advice for Zimmerman and his future
Bend Bulletin
Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, told Reuters: "He wanted to be a cop for awhile, but he's talked (more recently) about going to law school. He has a real interest in the law and ... prosecuting appropriately — not like what he got — is something ...
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Senate Judiciary Committee to examine state 'stand your ground' laws
The Hill (blog)
Although Zimmerman did not specifically employ a "stand your ground" law defense to combat second-degree murder charges in the killing of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, the trial has brought a renewed scrutiny to the statutes. "September's hearing will ...
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George P. Bush starts small amid high expectations
Danbury News Times
Born in Houston, Bush grew up in Florida, graduated from and played baseball for Rice University in Houston before teaching school in inner-city Miami and working on George W. Bush's presidential campaign. He earned a law degree from the University of ...
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Bar topnotcher chooses Myanmar for practice
It was in April 2005 when the philosophy major graduated valedictorian of his batch at the Ateneo Law School. That same year he took the bar and placed 8th among nearly 6,000 applicants. As expected of someone with this educational background, he spent ...
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Evelyn Drummond speaks for Stilesville Lighthouse Aglow
The Banner-Graphic
While preparing for a law degree, Evelyn had an encounter with the Jewish Messiah, Jesus. Even though she was raised under the Old Testament law and spent many hours in the synagogue, she felt something was missing, and then she found Jesus.
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Are law degrees really worth the time and money? - Star 94
Over the course of your lifetime, you'll make an average of $1 MILLION more by having a law degree than you would by just having an undergrad degree.

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