Jul 15, 2013

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George Zimmerman Eyes Law School
"He wanted to be a cop for awhile, but he's talked about going to law school," Zimmerman's attorney Mark O'Mara told Reuters. He added, "I will not be surprised if he ends up in criminal law … His dad was a judge, and he wants to be a prosecutor or a ...
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Onadeko Emerges Nigerian Law School DG
In the course of his career, Onadeko had held many positions, including deputy director general, Lagos campus of the law school, secretary to Council of Legal Education and director of administration as well as Director of Public Prosecutions of the ...
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Exclusive: Zimmerman wants to go to law school to help others like him - friends
NEW YORK (Reuters) - After his acquittal on murder charges for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman may go to law school to help people wrongly accused of crimes like himself, close friends told Reuters on Sunday. The 29-year old was found ...
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Keep job protections for law school faculty, ABA committee recommends
ABA Journal
An ABA committee has voted to recommend that the law school accreditation standards be amended to require that law schools provide some form of security of position short of tenure to all full-time faculty members. But the Section of Legal Education ...
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Nigerian Law school gets new DG, 3DDGs
Nigerian Tribune
According to a statement issued by the Head of Information and Protocol of the school, Chinedu Ukekwe, over the weekend, the council also appointed Mrs Adetoun Adebiyi as the Deputy Director-General Lagos Campus of the school, Robert Osamor, Deputy ...
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Area educators selected for Teachers' Law School
Your Houston News
Six Houston-area educators have been selected to attend the Fifth Annual Teachers' Law School in Austin. They are among the 30 teachers whose applications were accepted to attend the three-day legal education program July 18-20 at the Texas Law ...
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Zimmerman to go to law school - friends
After his acquittal on murder charges for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman may go to law school to help people wrongly accused of crimes like himself, close friends say. The 29-year old was found not guilty for shooting the unarmed ...
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Zimmerman wants to go to law school to help others like him —friends
GMA News
Thousands protest Zimmerman acquittal. Demonstrators demand justice for Trayvon Martin while marching to Times Square in New York on Sunday (Monday, PHL time). US President Barack Obama called for calm after the July 14 acquittal of George ...
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Academic reputation key in students' law school choices
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Schools outside Ontario got the first-choice nod from 16 per cent of respondents, with eight per cent of students choosing the McGill University Faculty of Law as their first choice, followed by Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law at four per ...
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Legal Insights on the Zimmerman Verdict
Wall Street Journal
Stephen P. Garvey, a professor at Cornell Law School, said he thinks the jury "got it right." Unless you think Zimmerman "provoked" the use of force against himself it was pretty easy to find self defense. If you think he did "provoke" the use of force ...
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Thompson & Knight Establishes Legal Internship Pipeline Program for Dallas ...
Sacramento Bee
DALLAS, July 15, 2013 -- /PRNewswire/ -- The law firm of Thompson & Knight LLP is pleased to announce the development of a legal internship pipeline program to encourage students from the Dallas Independent School District to pursue careers in the ...
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Paul Richard Audet, 74, Of Norwalk, Practiced Intellectual Property Law
The Daily Voice
He graduated from Brandeis University and Boston College Law School. His career was spent practicing Intellectual Property Law. Audet is survived by his wife, Patricia Audet; children, Cheryl (Kevin) Vallerie, Michelle (John) Kelly, Felice (Frank ...
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Ex-UofL official accused of awarding millions in unauthorized scholarships
Brandon Hamilton, 34, is accused of accessing the law school's computer network to correspond with numerous incoming law school applicants and award them scholarships far exceeding the $550,000 allocated for scholarships for that particular class.
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Cooley Law School names Lisa Fadler assistant dean
Grand Rapids Business Journal (subscription)
... she was an associate with Collins, Einhorn, Farrell and Ulanoff, PC, and a litigation attorney with Kitch, Saurbier, Drutchas and Wagner. Fadler earned her bachelor's degree from Kalamazoo College and her law degree from St. Louis University Law ...
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The John Marshall Law School in Chicago A Leader in Online Legal Education
PR Web (press release)
As many begin to favor online courses over the physical classroom, The John Marshall Law School in Chicago leads legal education through online degrees, online courses and its first MOOC. The John Marshall Law School offers online courses and online ...
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Unemployed law grad figures out how to pay off $108K in student debt
ABA Journal
Thomas McGregor had $108,000 in student loans when he graduated in 2008 from the University of St. Thomas law school in Minnesota. He couldn't find a job and ended up working in his family's roofing distribution business for $15 an hour. Then he came ...
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Paul Goldstein's Havana Requiem wins Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction
ABA Journal
The prize, named for the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill A Mockingbird, is sponsored by the ABA Journal and the University of Alabama Law School. It is awarded each year to the novel that best exemplifies the role of lawyers in society. Past ...
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ABA Journal cites School of Law for 100 percent scholarship retention rate
Liberty News
An article from the ABA Journal website cites recent research that shows Liberty University School of Law is among eight ABA-accredited schools with 100 percent retention rates for students on scholarships. The report analyzed statistics for entering ...
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A drug sentencing law comes under fire
Danbury News Times
The law establishing such zones was designed to prevent drug dealers from setting up shop near schools, where they could prey upon children. Later, it was expanded to include day care centers and public housing projects. Anyone caught with drugs in one ...
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Entrepreneur donates £1m to Kent Law Clinic fund
The Kent Law Clinic, which is part of the university's Kent Law School, operates as a partnership between students, academics and practicing solicitors and barristers. It provides a public 'pro bono' service for people who need free legal advice and ...
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Egyptian Politics As Filtered Through The Dumbest Attorney Alive
Above the Law
Brashich, an NYU Law School graduate and attorney, just wrote a gem of a column for the Litchfield County Times. Let's check out more from his bats**t editorial, shall we? Brashich continues to establish his politically correct bona fides throughout ...
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Climbing Debt Mountain
Courthouse News Service
"State Bar officials maintain that the proposal will better prepare law school graduates to compete in a dismal job market that has lost thousands of positions in recent years. Many also face mountains of debt after graduation." The quote is from a ...
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Zimmerman verdict: Legal experts say prosecutors overreached
Los Angeles Times
George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley said the prosecutor went too far from the beginning. "I thought this was overcharging. There was never a basis for a second-degree murder charge," he said. "There is a high standard for ...
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Controversy over appointment
The New Indian Express
The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) has courted controversy with its recent appointment of Omprakash V Nandimath, an associate professor, as its Registrar. In an email to Vice-Chancellor R Venkata Rao, NLSIU alumnus Vikram Raghavan ...
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IU to use Conour funds to help fraud victims
Indianapolis Business Journal
"McKinney School Dean Andrew Klein announced his full support of this decision, as well as returning all of the funds received by the law school from Mr. Conour for the naming of the atrium to an appropriate fund for compensating the victims of Mr ...
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Miss South Carolina's platform will focus on helping high school students
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Mosteller, 23, is a Furman University graduate and was attending the University of South Carolina law school before her win Saturday night. She also was a preliminary swimsuit winner. The runner-up Saturday was Miss Greenville County, Lindley Mayer.
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Autonomous cars, trucks not far off for Washington drivers
Bill Covington is Director of the Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic at the UW Law School. His students recently did an in depth study of autonomous vehicles. What they found is that three states currently allow them to be tested on their roads ...
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Zimmerman Verdict's Ripple Effects
Patricia Williams, Columbia University Law School professor and columnist for The Nation, analyzes the decision and discuss the reaction -- from protests in New York and LA, to a move by the Justice Department to relaunch their hate crime inquiry into ...
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What Price Security?
The Moderate Voice
While still in law school, I did my first work for the American Civil Liberties Union. My contribution was part of a team that successfully forced a state prison system to deliver Playboy Magazine to inmates who subscribed. A year later I found myself ...
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Veteran Administrator Steps in at Law Schools Association
The next leader of the Association of American Law Schools is no stranger to the organization. The association has tapped Georgetown University Law Center ...
Christine Lewis '13 Achieves her Law School Dreams
Christine Lewis '13 Achieves her Law School Dreams. July 11, 2013. Christine Lewis '13 grew up hearing a lot of stories about St. John's University. "My parents  ...
The Faculty Lounge: Law School Regulators And The Value ...
There's an interesting dialogue on the topic of law school clinics over at Prawfs. That discussion is a nice companion piece to Vic Fleischer's Times op/ed and ...
RI gov speechwriter leaves for law school - NECN.com
Lincoln Chafee is leaving the administration to go to law school. The Democratic governor announced Friday that Christian Vareika will continue to serve as a ...

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