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Campus: Widener honors top law school students
Delaware County Daily Times
The Widener University School of Law recently held awards ceremonies on both of its law campuses to honor students who accomplished outstanding achievements. The ceremony on the Wilmington campus honored: Marisa R. De Feo of West Chester.
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Local schools follow the law in varying degrees
Worcester Telegram
In Worcester, for instance, anti-bullying initiatives are budgeted in several places, including $3,000 in the coming school year's professional development budget, although even that does not include all of the anti-bullying training staff receive ...
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Area students are making the grade
The Mercury
Lauren Majchrowski of Stowe graduated cum laude from New York Law School with a juris doctorate degree. She served as the executive editor of the New York Law School Law Review and held positions as legal intern to the Business and Legal Affairs ...
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Corrections: July 21, 2013
New York Times
An article last Sunday about the history of a house on Dean Street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, gave the incorrect name of the school from which Albert R. Murray Sr. received his law degree; it is Brooklyn Law School, not Brooklyn College of Law. The ...
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Layoffs seen likely at Vt. Yankee
Albany Times Union
This past week, economic analyst Mark Cooper of Vermont Law School put Vermont Yankee on a list of nuclear plants around the country most in danger of economic extinction. The anti-nuclear New England Coalition says staff cuts at nuclear plants create ...
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SAN Award: Idoma Gets First Senior Advocate
Leadership Newspapers
The 50-year-old Obla, whose elevation came in his absence because he is currently in London for an arbitration, graduated from the Nigerian Law School in 1978. He was born in Kaduna to a Warrant Officer, late Joseph Obla and Mrs. Mami. He had part of ...
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Conference will focus on women getting ahead
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Despite advancements, women continue to face special challenges in the workplace, says Sylvia Lazos, an attorney and the Justice Myron Leavitt professor at Boyd Law School at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The best way to overcome them?
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Federal law gives access for military recruiters
Kennebec Journal
And after careful consideration on a final vote, I joined with 96 other lawmakers to support a bill to ensure there were no barriers to implementing the federal law that requires Maine schools to provide that access. Federal law requires schools that ...
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Obama's Remarks On Trayvon Martin 'Pointed' And 'Personal'
Charles Ogletree is a professor of law at Harvard and the director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at the law school there. Ogletree was a senior advisor to President Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign. I asked ...
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Sir John Thomas appointed Lord Chief Justice
Family Law Week
Sir John Thomas was born in Wales and educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he read law, after which he became a Commonwealth Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. He was called to the Bar by Gray's Inn in 1969 and became a Bencher ...
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DEAN'S LIST: Thomas M. Cooley
Argus Press
Adam Flory of Owosso was announced to the dean's list and honor roll during the winter term studies at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Flory is the son of David and Cecelia Flory. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and of Owosso High School.
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Risking lives, taking law for a ride
Hindustan Times
Several school vans and other vehicles in the district, which are used to ferry children, do not have proper safety measures in place. If such vehicles are checked for relevant documents by the authorities concerned, most would be caught on the wrong foot.
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Dickinson High, NDSU grad interns for Sen. Heidi Heitkamp in Dickinson
Dickinson Press
Steve graduated from Dickinson High School in 2009 and completed his college education in Fargo in four years. He plans to go into business or energy law after three more years of education at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He majored in ...
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Tara Chusid, George Bauer
New York Times
She received a master's in elementary and special education from New York University. Mr. Bauer is a litigation associate in the Manhattan office of the Chicago law firm Kirkland & Ellis. He received a law degree magna cum laude from Brooklyn Law School.
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Lafayette school board doesn't need special counsel
The Daily Advertiser
The Lafayette Parish School Board's plan to hire a Gretna law firm to investigate Superintendent Pat Cooper will be expensive and excessive. This latest volley in the ongoing battle between Cooper and some school board members will divert energy and ...
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Alabama's new education insurance duplicates AEA
San Francisco Chronicle
That included passing a law to keep teachers from having AEA dues deducted from their paychecks, rewriting the teacher tenure law, providing tax credits for some private school students and discontinuing a deferred retirement option for public employees.
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Williams: Case evidence offered cause for a conviction
Houston Chronicle
Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz has been attacking the prosecutor relentlessly since the inception of the case and no doubt feels vindicated by the jury's verdict. Most of the law professors who have opined on the subject are in agreement ...
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Sarah Abrams
Banker & Tradesman
Sarah Abrams thought for sure she would be a real estate lawyer, especially as she was making her way through law school at Cornell. But in her third year there, Abrams learned about a brand-new master's degree program for commercial development at ...
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Local school boards can't replace national ed policy
Bellingham Herald
The Republican-led House gets credit for leaving in place the single most valuable part of the 2001 law – the requirement that school districts test kids in multiple grades and reveal how poor and minority students are performing. Prior to 2001, it was ...
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Letters to 401(k) sponsors cause adviser headaches
Financial advisers are rushing to do damage control with plan sponsor clients who received letters from a professor at Yale Law School claiming that their 401(k) plans are too expensive. The letters were sent by Professor Ian Ayres to employers in ...
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Prosecutory misconduct
The Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School spoke to the Trib regarding his belief that the prosecution mishandled the George Zimmerman murder trial. Q: You've been highly critical of the prosecution in the Zimmerman case. In your ...
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Collaborative tie-ups
The Hindu
For instance, Afghanistan has tie-ups with Stanford Law School (US) and the American University of Afghanistan that offers a full, five-year integrated degree in Law. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and the University of Houston (US ...
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MICHIGAN BRIEFS: Gentex acquires Johnson Controls unit for $700M
Crain's Detroit Business
The board of trustees at Western Michigan University last week unanimously voted in favor of a formal alliance with the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, MLive.com reported. Western would become the 83rd public university in the country with both a medical ...
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Washburn University officials create master plan to transform Topeka campus ...
The Republic
The plans, approved Thursday by the university's board of regents, include new buildings for the law school, student housing and welcome center. Some of the new construction on the campus could begin as early as next year. Jerry Farley, Washburn's ...
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Local school districts use new system to review educators despite concerns
Coshocton Tribune
Furthermore, if a district simply chooses to never implement the evaluation system, it would be breaking a law — but one that has no penalty. Like most state laws applied to local school districts, if there is a failure to comply, it would be revealed ...
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Failing The Bar Exam, Explaining It To Your Parents Has Never Been So ...
Huffington Post
Four years of college, three years of law school, and after all that, you still have to study for months and months and sit for the bar exam. By some estimates, roughly 70 percent of test takers pass the bar. But how are you supposed to explain ...
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OTHER VOICES: Biz courts hold great promise for state
Crain's Detroit Business
Norman Ankers is co-chairman of the litigation department at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP and an adjunct professor at the University of Michigan Law School and University of Detroit Mercy Law School. Topics in this article: Print Article.
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It's easier to be a judge than a cosmetologist
Daily Local News
Non-lawyer judges have to complete a four-week training course, unlike lawyers who must complete four years of college, get a degree and then get through law school before taking the bar exam and winning a law license. Penn State law professor and ...
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'Veronica Mars' Comic-Con 2013 Trailer - 'Original Enough for You?'
Screen Rant
In the time since the series finale, Veronica hasn't taken a single detective case, she's moved to New York City, and she's graduated from Columbia Law School. Logan and Veronica in the Veronica Mars Movie Veronica Mars Comic Con 2013 Trailer Original ...
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Win or lose, Lugnuts fans still turn out for games
Lansing State Journal
The Lugnuts, who are 40-57 overall and in last place in the Eastern Division, have remained one of the best drawing franchises in the Midwest League, with more than 300,000 fans on pace to visit Cooley Law School Stadium again this year. "It's a great ...
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Despite outcry, stand-ground law repeals unlikely
San Jose Mercury News
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." ————. Associated Press reporter Kyle Hightower in Orlando and Philip ...
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Paul H. Flint
He held a Bachelor's of Arts degree from Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., MBA from U.Va. school of business, Charlottesville and a J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, N.H., (now University of New Hampshire Law School). A memorial service ...
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Sunday Breakfast Menu, Sunday, July 21
New York Times (blog)
They will be joined by radio host Tavis Smiley, Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Charles J. Ogletree, professor at Harvard Law School. CNN's "State of the Union" will have Representative Xavier Becerra, Democrat ...
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Wausau educators restrained/secluded students hundreds of times last school ...
Wausau Daily Herald
The Wausau School District is the first large district in north central Wisconsin to complete a new seclusion and restraint report, required of all Wisconsin public school districts. A state law that went into effect Sept. 1 requires all districts to ...
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Taking Stock
He joined the Anderson O'Brien Law Firm of Stevens Point upon graduation from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1959. His areas of practice include accident and personal injury, business litigation, and employment and labor law. (Page 2 of 2).
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Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt
Used to be that most law students would get a clerking job or internship while in school, where they would be mentored by a practicing attorney on how things actually work; what kind of arguments or motions you can actually bring without looking like ...
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Information from Behind Closed Doors Revealed
But a redacted portion must be released to a former school board member. This whole thing started when Des Moines Public Schools held a closed door meeting to talk about those sexually charged emails. By law, to close the doors, the meeting had to ...
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Trayvon Martin: Did protesters miss Obama's point?
Orlando Sentinel (blog)
On "Meet the Press," Charles Ogletree, a professor at Harvard Law School, said it was a state issue, not a federal one. On the same program, PBS host Tavis Smiley applauded protesters who honored Trayvon but said they missed the point. Obama basically ...
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Oliver Goodenough on Creating a Law School e-Curriculum ...
Oliver R. Goodenough -- Berkman Fellow, Professor of Law at the Vermont Law School, and Adjunct Professor at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth ...
James Huffman - Law Faculty - Law School - Lewis & Clark
Professor Huffman joined the law school faculty in 1973, was appointed Acting Dean in 1993 and Dean in 1994, and returned to full time teaching in ...
Law School Q-and-A: Deciding If and Where to Apply - Yahoo! News
From Yahoo! News: Welcome to the latest installment of Law Admissions Q-and- A, a monthly feature of Law Admissions Lowdown that provides admissions ...

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