Jul 11, 2013

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New Latin American Center at Law School Named for Kay Bailey Hutchison
University of Texas at Austin News
AUSTIN, Texas — The Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Latin American Law is being established within the School of Law at The University of Texas at Austin. The center will help support an already vigorous partnership between the university and Latin ...
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UC Davis law school has no plans to cut enrollment
Sacramento Business Journal
All California law schools have been hit by a downturn in the California legal market and the difficulty new grads face getting good full-time employment. California, New York and Washington, D.C. are the hardest hit markets in the country, Johnson said.
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Caption Contest Winner: The Sexiest Law School on Earth?
Above the Law
As is customary with our caption contests, we will now reveal the backstory behind the picture. As one of our commenters — one who is apparently unfamiliar with how these things work — so kindly pointed out, this was taken during San Francisco's ...
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Law Schools Take Scamming Students to a Whole New Level
The American Prospect
Two weeks ago, faculty at Seton Hall's School of Law were informed their pay would be cut by 10 percent during the upcoming term. All junior (untenured) faculty were told they could be fired after the 2013-2014 school year. Seton Hall joined Florida ...
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Law School Admissions Decline Nationwide
News 92 FM
Around the country, 55-thousand people have applied for admission to accredited law schools for the coming academic calendar. That's down 13 percent in just the last year. Law school administrators are getting concerned. Jim Ryan, ABC News, Dallas.
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Blinded UBC student finishes thesis, heads to law school
CTV News
The scholar has also just been accepted to the law school at UBC, a step she hopes will help other victims of violence find justice. Monzur, 35, was the subject of international headlines and rallies after being attacked while visiting family in ...
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MUN will canvas public opinion on possible law school
Memorial University wants to know what the public thinks of establishing a law school in the province. The idea was floated 25 years ago. A 1987 report endorsed a law school in principle — just not at that time. But last year the legal community ...
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DC school system, which had avoided 9-year-old drug test law, will start ...
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia school system isn't complying with a nine-year-old law that mandates random drug testing but an official says it will begin soon. The Washington Post reports (http://wapo.st/15iKv6W ) the D.C. Office of the ...
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Rumana Monzur, Blinded UBC Student, To Enter Law School (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post Canada
She is now preparing to attend law school. Monzur was attacked in June 2011 during a trip home to Dhaka, Bangladesh. A year earlier, she left her daughter, her husband and her parents behind in Dhaka to study political science in Vancouver. The attack ...
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Haredi students at NY school protest Israel's proposed draft law
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
The elementary and middle school students at the United Talmudical Academy in Spring Valley, about 30 miles from New York City, listened to their rabbis speak against the measure outside their school on Wednesday, according to the Mid-Hudson News.
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Local law students learning from Zimmerman murder trial
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- As the George Zimmerman murder trial winds down, law students are anticipating what the outcome will bring. And one local law school professor at Florida Coastal School of Law, Nick Martino, is using the trial as a teaching tool.
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New high school dropout age becomes law
The Lane Report
Senate Bill 97 (SB 97), known as the "Graduate Kentucky" bill, passed earlier this year and phases in an increase in the compulsory school attendance age from 16 to 18, amending the school attendance law created in 1934. Students who graduate from an ...
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Michigan schools again barred from collecting union dues
Detroit Free Press
A Michigan law that prohibits school districts from helping unions collect dues is back on the books. Federal Judge Denise Page Hood erased an injunction that had suspended the law for more than a year. She acted Wednesday after an appeals court ...
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Baltimore Shootings, MD's Contributory Negligence Law, Harbor Point, and ...
Baltimore saw six more shootings yesterday, at least one of them fatal; since the beginning of the summer, nearly 50 people have been shot in the city. Maryland's highest court has upheld the state's contributory negligence law; that means that ...
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Saginaw NAACP concerned with Michigan law that allows leaders to dissolve ...
SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, MI — The Saginaw NAACP has several concerns about the Michigan law that allows the state superintendent and treasurer to dissolve the Buena Vista and Inkster school districts. Carl Williams, third vice president of the Saginaw ...
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Kings Park schools: No election law violated
The Kings Park school board has revealed that they were asked to investigate the superintendent's handling of a possible election law violation. A community member, who asked not to be named, filed a complaint following a June 4 board meeting asking ...
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School mum to report department 'lawyer'
The Australian
Danyse Soester, the former secretary of the school governing council, said she would write to the Law Society to complain about the head of the department's Legal Services Unit, Don Mackie, who gave legal advice despite having no qualifications.
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WikiLeaks Trial Star Witness: Harvard Law Professor Testifies in Wikileaks Trial
Yochai Benkler, a professor at Harvard Law School, took the stand this afternoon in Maryland to testify during the defense portion of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's court martial. According to Charlie Savage of the New York Times, who has been live ...
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Hard Lessons Learned
Above the Law
When I retrieved it, it had a Quran inside, notes from Brooklyn Law School classes, and my phone bill and gum from over a year earlier. So, not only did someone from my alma mater take a briefcase that wasn't theirs — and use it to attend law school ...
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For Pool, Law Career Strikes Right Chord
Memphis Daily News
Couple the wisdom from his father with the fact that the music business is overrun with bad deals, and at 37 Pool found himself at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. "It was very demanding; every day I would think when I woke ...
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California Lawmakers Advance Nation's First Law Protecting Transgender ...
pride source.com
The proposal would be the first state law in the nation that specifically requires equal access to public school facilities and activities based on gender identity, though some states have general policies to the same effect, said Shannon Price Minter ...
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Meet Zachary Fardon
Main Justice
Zachary Fardon (Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Law School) has been nominated to be the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. He would replace Patrick Fitzgerald, who resigned last year. Fardon is currently a partner in the law firm ...
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How do you fight a silly rule? Pass a silly law
American Thinker (blog)
Ordinarily I would roll my eyes at the prospect of government spending time to pass a law that defuinds schools who have a rule against fighting with imaginary guns. But thinking about it, I came to the conclusion that it would be the perfect antidote ...
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Witnesses Divided Over Draft FCC Reform Bills
Multichannel News
A pair of academics on the panel -- Stuart Minor Benjamin of Duke Law School and Richard Pierce from George Washington University Law School -- said they had problems with the current draft legislation. Benjamin said he shared "many of the concerns" ...
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Scalia V. Ginsburg: Supreme Court Sparring, Put To Music
Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg have been friends for decades, but they're known for their differences when it comes to constitutional interpretation. In those dramatic clashes, recent law school graduate Derrick Wang heard an opera.
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Cullen Weston Pines & Bach LLP is pleased to announce the recent addition of ...
She has taught Divorce Proceedings in the Lawyering Skills Course at the University of Wisconsin Law School, and is incoming Chair of the Wisconsin State Bar Family Law Section Board of Directors. Davies earned her law degree from the University of ...
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Possible open meeting law violation investigation closed
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Without rendering an opinion one way or the other, the Nevada attorney general's office has closed its investigation into allegations the Clark County School Board violated the open meeting law on May 21. Senior Deputy Attorney General George Taylor ...
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US Supreme Court Upholds Value of Diversity in Higher Education
While the plaintiff purported not to challenge existing law, there was considerable concern that the high Court might do just that, overrule the Michigan Law School case. In Grutter v. Bollinger, decided in 2003, the Supreme Court upheld the Law School ...
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Letter: Hospital pact not a contract
The Advocate
Attending LSU Law School many years ago gave me the privilege of being taught the law of contracts by Professor J. Denson Smith, a nationally recognized expert. In order for there to be a contract, two or more parties must have a meeting of the minds ...
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Chiefs bats cooled off in Michigan
Peoria Journal Star
After winning four straight at home, the Chiefs offense fell to pieces Wednesday night at Colley Law School Stadium. C.J. McElroy showed one of the two signs of life from the Chiefs' offense with a base hit in the seventh, but only made it to third ...
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'Blood of Tyrants' author reflects on moral constants
Milford Mirror
The youngest son of former Board of Alderman Chairman Thomas Beirne and wife Sheila, Beirne is an Olin Scholar at Yale Law School, spending his time pursuing scholarly research. Prior to this appointment, he was an attorney with the law firm of ...
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When is a law, not a law? When Obama says so
Michael W. McConnell, a professor of law and director of the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School and a senior fellow at the Hoover Foundation, recently noted that "Article II, Section 3, of the Constitution states that the president 'shall ...
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A Summer Spent Addressing Basic Human Needs in Washington
By aparrish
The Peter Greenfield Senior Advocacy Internship is a twelve-week position funded by the WSBA Elder Law section, Washington State Bar Foundation, and Gonzaga University School of Law. Huynh, as the recipient of the internship, ...
Gonzaga University School of Law
Kingston Law School Visiting Fellow elected as President of the ...
By KU47773
Kingston Law School Visiting Fellow, Justice George Gelaga King of Sierra Leone, has been elected Presiding Judge of the Appeals Chamber, a post which makes him President of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL). The SCSL was ...
Kingston Law School
Pelham's Chaula Shukla Graduates from Albany Law School - Schools
By Leslie Yager
Chaula Shukla of Pelham graduated from Albany Law School at the school's 162nd Commencement, held May 17, 2013, at the Saratoga Performing Arts Ce.
Pelham Patch News
PrawfsBlawg: Clinical Legal Education and the Future of the Academy
By Tamar Birckhead
Although this reality is slowly dawning on some law school administrators (and development officers) at places like Washington & Lee, UC-Irvine, and CUNY, it's those who regulate admission to the bar along with leaders of the practicing bar ...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: Final Faculty Lounge Lateral ...
By Dan Filler
It's here. I'm hoping it's final, at least. My list includes both tenured and untenured moves, as well as lateral long-term contract (i.e. 405(c)) hires.
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
Apple's Chances Slim in E-Book Appeal, Legal Scholars Say - John ...
By John Paczkowski
Philip Weiser, dean of the University of Colorado law school and a former DOJ official, agreed, saying Cote's ruling won't be easily overturned. "This is a decisive defeat for Apple's theory of the case," Weiser said. "It will have a significant ...

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Oposa to serve as Distinguished International Environmental Law ...
"We are thrilled to have Tony Oposa join the Vermont Law School community this summer," said Stephanie Farrior, Professor of Law and Director of International ...

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