Jul 21, 2013

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Campos to lead diversity, human rights office
Houston Chronicle
Campos earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin and worked with New Mexico Legal Aid for about 10 years. Throughout his career, he has volunteered to serve on the boards of various social services agencies, especially those focusing on ...
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Clear Lake pastor is former Nebraska prosecutor
San Francisco Chronicle
He then got his law degree from Washburn University it Topeka, Kan. He and his wife, Jill, a telecommunications consultant, have three grown sons who all live in Little Rock, Ark. The oldest, Ryan, is a claims adjuster. The middle son, Stuart, is a ...
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Campus notes
Reading Eagle
Jared Hinsey, Spring Township, received a juris doctor degree from New York Law School. ??? Jessica Durofchalk, Fleetwood, received the Teacher Education Award for Secondary Education at Shippensburg University, where she graduated in May. ?
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Student News
The Ledger
4 with a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education. She was named to the ... David Ward, a second-year law student at Florida State University, has been invited to be a member of the Florida State University Law Review. This scholarly legal ...
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Judge Hillman was a leader in community
After his active service, Hillman earned a law degree from the University of Tennessee and returned to Bristol, where he practiced law for many years. He was with the firm Gore and Hillman at the time of his death. Hillman was well respected in the ...
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Roderick Scott: The 'Black George Zimmerman' Acquitted of Murder
Decoded Science
Under section 125.20 of the New York Penal Law, first-degree manslaughter is defined as when a person intends to cause serious physical injury to another person and causes the death of that person or a third party. First-degree manslaughter also ...
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Murderer sues for Internet access â€" report
The minister of correctional services, Sibusiso Ndebele, is being taken to court by a prisoner who is "desperate" to complete his law degree, according to the Sunday Times. The prisoner, Xolani Dlamini, filed an urgent application with the High Court ...
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Rabia Latif, Jules Cattie III
New York Times
Mr. Cattie, 45, is an associate at the New York law firm Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney. He graduated from the American University in Washington and received a law degree from Louisiana State University. He is a son of Catherine A. Cattie and Mr. Cattie ...
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Despite Outcry, Repeal of Stand-Your-Ground Laws Unlikely
Charles Ogletree, a Harvard Law School professor who taught both Barack and Michelle Obama, agreed: "The reality is that this is not a federal issue. This is a state issue." RYOT NOTE: We're not quite sure how something that received as much attention ...
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Fed case against Zimmerman 'very unlikely'
According to the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University Law School, "Double jeopardy protects defendants only for retrials brought within the original jurisdiction, which is why a defendant can be tried in federal court after being tried in ...
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South Bend Tribune
She received a bachelor's degree from Valparaiso University and a law degree from the University of Notre Dame. GOSHEN. Denny Davis has joined First State Bank as a mortgage loan originator. He will be responsible for originating conventional, FHA, VA, ...
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St. Vincent College political science professor chosen for fellowship at ...
A Canadian native who grew up north of Toronto, Watson earned his bachelor's and law degrees in Canada. He went on to earn a master's in philosophy at Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium and a master's degree and doctorate from Claremont ...
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Trayvon Martin rally in Phoenix one of many across US
But Florida's "stand your ground" law isn't what got Zimmerman acquitted of the second-degree murder charge or lesser charge of manslaughter, Richelsoph said. "Plain old self-defense laws did," he said. Zimmerman claimed Martin had him pinned down ...
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Otto: Tampa doctor elevated care for indigent
He had a lifelong friendship with Victor Martinez, a man who would combine his medical expertise with a law degree to help mold Hillsborough County's nationally recognized indigent health care plan. I only have room for a few excerpts of Pacheco's ...
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Coats + Bennett, PLLC Hires William G. Pagán
Exec Digital (press release)
Having already earned a master's degree in computer science from North Carolina State University, Pagán is expected to graduate in the top 5% of his class from NCCU School of Law in 2014. Quotes: "We are excited for William to join our team," said ...
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Gonsalves: Nuke plant debate heating up
Released the same day as the sobering DOE report was a dire industry analysis, authored by Mark Cooper, senior fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment at the Vermont Law School. The Cooper report looked at 11 "risk ...
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Crackdown to target bogus schools
Bangkok Post
The first type involves foreign universities which extend their branches to Thailand but fail to observe local law. Another involves schools set up locally under names of popular overseas universities which then earn money by issuing honorary degrees ...
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Ruth Levenkron, Brendon Fleming
New York Times
Mr. Fleming, 31, is a litigation associate in the Washington office of the Los Angeles law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse and received a law degree from Columbia. He is a son of Christine E. Murray and James S.
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Web5 new results for Law Degree
The Volokh Conspiracy » More on the Value of a Law Degree
Following up on his posts at Concurring Opinions discussing his study (with Frank McIntyre) attempting to measure the value of a law degree, Michael Simkovic ...
TaxProf Blog: More on The $1 Million Value of a Law Degree
Brian Tamanaha's response to The Economic Value of a Law Degree, as reported by Inside Higher Education, doesn't capture the contents of the study.
The Million Dollar Law Degree and Right-Sizing Legal Education ...
Bankruptcy prof Mike Simkovic and labor economist Frank McIntyre have an interesting paper about the value of a law degree. The paper's gotten a good deal of ...
The Economic Value of a Law Degree is Bunkum - TylerCoulson.com
This recent paper—The Economic Value of a Law Degree—by Michael Simkovic and Frank McIntyre is a good demonstration of what is wrong with law school.
My son just Pass the Law degree with lowest marks.? - Yahoo! Answers
He wanted to repeat but his Uni didn't allow. what…

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