Jul 20, 2013

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Law schools hope to beef up admissions by considering June LSAT takers
ABA Journal
Eager to beef up admissions, at least 25 law schools have announced they will consider scores from the June Law School Admission Test for fall admissions. The National Law Journal calls the change "a last-ditch opportunity for procrastinators." The ...
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I Went To Law School And Became A Drug Dealer
Business Insider
That summer, I spent in New York, where I was working for a prominent plaintiffs law firm. Already my third summer of working at a law firm, I was dedicated to going to law school and becoming an attorney. But another critical experience put me on the ...
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House votes to replace 'No Child' education law
Salt Lake Tribune
Washington • House Republicans voted Friday to dismantle the troubled No Child Left Behind law for evaluating America's students and schools, saying states and local school districts rather than Washington should be setting rules for ensuring that kids ...
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Former law dean cites TRU interference
Kamloops Daily News
Constant battles with Thompson Rivers University about faculty wages and the necessities needed to run a first-class law school prompted Chris Axworthy to resign earlier this week. "When I came here I came committed to building the best law school we ...
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Law on Racial Diversity Stirs Greenwich Schools
New York Times
GREENWICH, Conn. — Just a few minutes' drive from the polo fields, the fieldstone walls guarding 10-acre estates and the Greenwich Country Day School, from which George Bush graduated in 1937, is far denser terrain, where the homes are smaller and ...
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Lawmaker: Let school boards decide on curriculums
San Francisco Chronicle
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The architect of a new Texas law overhauling high school standardized testing and curriculum requirements urged the State Board of Education on Friday to leave implementation up to local school boards whenever possible.
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Loeb School offers 'The Constitution for Teachers' workshop
The Union Leader
Sullivan is president of Malloy & Sullivan, Lawyers Professional Corporation, a law firm with offices in Manchester and Hingham, Mass. He teaches First Amendment Law at Suffolk University Law School and the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications and ...
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Taking Law to Schools
The launching of the JCT Child Law Forum Club is not new though at the particular school it was a new club that was being launched. Justice for Children entered into a partnership with the Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture in 2004 against ...
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Appeals Court Rules that Florida's Stand Your Ground Law Applies in School ...
Opposing Views
It turns out that Florida's Stand Your Ground law doesn't only apply to lethal shooting incidents. A Florida appeals court has ruled that the SYG defense also applies in a recent school bus brawl between juveniles. A Broward County circuit court judge ...
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Northwestern Law graduate becomes first Latino chief judge for Chicago federal ...
Daily Northwestern
Northwestern School of Law graduate Ruben Castillo was sworn in as the chief judge for the Northern District of Illinois earlier this month, becoming the first Hispanic to reach the position. Castillo, 58, will preside over the third largest federal ...
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Missouri law promotes gun safety awareness with children's curriculum
(RNN) - Reading, writing and arithmetic aren't the only subjects school-aged students in Missouri will be learning. Gun safety may soon be added to the first-grade curriculum in some public schools thanks to a new state law. Signed into law by Gov. Jay ...
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EPA sends Vt. 'corrective action plan' for waters
San Francisco Chronicle
The corrective action plan the state has agreed to follows five years of prodding by the Conservation Law Foundation and the Vermont Law School Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic, which had asked that the EPA take over enforcement of the ...
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Taylor's and HELP defend law courses
The Star Online
Taylor's University dean of law school Harmahinder Singh said the university had always been forthcoming about the status of its programme with the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia. "Information about this matter has been published in all ...
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Report: Limerick nuke plant among those at risk for early closure
The Mercury
Mark Cooper, senior fellow for economic analysis at Vermont Law School's Institute for Energy and the Environment, thinks that may be the case. According to a 50-page report Cooper released Tuesday, the combination of competition from renewable wind ...
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New Rhode Island Law Allows 'Father-Daughter' Dances — If There's One for ...
National Review Online (blog)
Rhode Island schools may now conduct gender-specific school events so long as a "comparable" event is scheduled for students of the opposite sex, the Providence Journal reports. Democratic governor Lincoln Chafee allowed the bill became law without his ...
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Reporter's Roundtable: Future still uncertain for Philadelphia schools and ...
Holly Otterbein joins us for a review of the week's developments in the ongoing saga of the Philadelphia School District's search for additional funding. And Mary Wilson reports from Harrisburg, where the renewed suit over Pennsylvania's Voter ID law ...
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Cooper extends offer to school board to resolve concerns, define roles
The Daily Advertiser
Lafayette Parish School Superintendent Pat Cooper has volunteered to work with school board members to lay out roles and responsibilities under state law. Cooper's overture comes two days after the board voted 5-4 to hire a private law firm to conduct ...
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Tomblin announces appointments of two circuit judges
Cumberland Times-News
Carl began practicing law with his grandfather in 1987. He holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. Hall will serve in the 26th Judicial Circuit that includes Lewis and Upshur ...
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Little Rock DWI Attorney John Collins to Attend Intensive DWI Workshop at ...
SBWire (press release)
Little Rock, AR -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/20/2013 -- Prominent Little Rock, AR DWI attorney John Collins of the Collins Law Firm will attend an intensive DWI workshop at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA from July 25 to July 27. The workshop is sponsored by ...
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Northern content
Half of Lakehead University's charter law class comes from Northern Ontario. "That's exactly what we want," said Lee Stuesser, founding dean of the local law school. With classes set to start in 45 days, the law school is gearing up for its first class ...
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Nothing will happen in Ghana after judgment - Foh Amoani
A Senior Law Lecture at the Ghana Law School, Moses Foh-Amoani, has said that Ghana will continue to be peaceful after the Supreme Court verdict on the ongoing presidential election petition. "The judgment will come, and nothing will happen, we are ...
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Michigan Personal Injury Lawyers Announce Winner of 2013 Diversity Scholarship
PR.com (press release)
Southfield, MI, July 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Michigan personal injury lawyers of the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. would like to congratulate Tiffane King on being the awarded winner to their $2,000 first annual 2013 Law School Diversity ...
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Business Notes for Saturday, July 20, 2013
Portage Daily Register
Stevens graduated magna cum laude from Lawrence University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and history and went on to receive her juris doctorate degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2013. Her practice will include real ...
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Stanley, Thomas H.
Lincoln Journal Star
Taught Submarine Electronics School in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Graduated 1984 University of Iowa with economics and political science degrees. Attended University of Nebraska Law School. Building supervisor at First United Methodist Church for 26 years.
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Bankruptcy Roundup: Local Judge Will Hear Detroit Case And Other News
Deadline Detroit
Rhodes is a 1973 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and a former law clerk for the late U.S. District Judge John Feikens. He is also a former assistant U.S. Attorney and federal magistrate. In his spare time, Snell notes Rhodes plays ...
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Man's effort to clear his name 'not done yet'
The Free Lance-Star
Since January 2009, a team of attorneys with the Innocence Project at the University of Virginia law school, the law school's Child Advocacy Clinic and JustChildren/Legal Aid of Charlottesville has been working on behalf of the former Stafford County ...
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Local politics needs more genuine diversity
The sameness of our political incumbents and their challengers' socio-economic composition is alarming. Many times the razor-thin differences lie in the law school they went to or the year in which they graduated from certain South Florida private schools.
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Overhaul of No Child Left Behind law expected to have little impact in Kansas
Lawrence Journal World
The U.S. House finally passed legislation Friday to overhaul No Child Left Behind law, a federal law governing federal funding for public schools that was supposed to be reauthorized nearly seven years ago. But education officials in Kansas say the ...
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Legislators should have fixed school transfer law during regular session
Seeking to understand the reasoning behind state legislation regarding school transfers is a step toward finding a more comprehensive view of public education in Missouri, not a "blame game." ("End the blame game on school transfers," July 17). Why ...
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College honors for July 22
Hilton Head Island Packet
Jada Gaines of Beaufort was named to the dean's list during the winter 2012 term studies at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She is a graduate of Winthrop University and of Battery Creek High School in Beaufort. She is the daughter of Stephanie and ...
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Law allows gun safety education
Lebanon Daily Record
In the coming school year first-graders across the state could get a gun safety education in public schools. Gov. Jay Nixon signed Senate Bill 75 into law late last week. The bill, which mainly dealt with transferring the concealed carry permitting ...
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Lawyer Objects To Judge's Second Amendment Remarks
Connecticut Law Tribune
And Mullarkey, who graduated from Harvard Law School, reportedly told her "I'll speak slowly" because she went to Yale. Baird shot back. She promptly requested that Mullarkey recuse himself from the case, in which Baird was representing a man accused ...
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Blogs5 new results for Law School
Law Schools Consider June Exam Scores for Fall Entrants - JD ...
By Jaan
As law classes shrink in size, and as law applicants are shrinking in size, law schools need to shore up their student body size. To make sure.
JD Journal
Man bites dog: "Bad Cop" Law Prof Paul Campos, leader of anti-law ...
By Stephen Diamond
Thus, it is perhaps understandable that Paul Campos, the notorious "bad cop" of law school reform according to the Cato Institute, who is trained in something called "law and literature," believes he has debunked the most important finding of a ...
Stephen F. Diamond
Althouse: "State law says that no school's nonwhite enrollment can ...
By Ann Althouse
"State law says that no school's nonwhite enrollment can deviate from the districtwide average for schools with the same grade levels by more than 25 percentage points." Race-balancing in Connecticut. In addition to New Lebanon and ...
State delays new school law » Local & Bistate » News From Terre ...
By Maureen Hayden
The Indiana State Board of Education has voted to delay full implementation of a new law that requires high schools to provide remediation to student.
Terre Haute, Indiana Top Stories
University Of Michigan Appoints Presidential Search Committee ...
By sstoddart
The University of Michigan Board of Regents has appointed an advisory committee to help search for the school's next president. ... Search Committee. July 20, 2013 7:11 AM. View Comments. University of Michigan Law School (istockphoto) ...
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Student Organizations | Albany Law School: A New York Law School
The purpose for the creation and existence of Amnesty International at Albany Law School is to inspire continuation of the debate over the role of international ...

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