Jul 22, 2013

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Brainstorm Unique Law School Personal Statement Topics
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Law school admissions committees seek a student body with diverse interests, passions and histories and what you write in your personal statement could distinguish you and help you reinforce that you are the best possible candidate for admission.
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Prof. Timothy Lytton, Albany Law School – History of the Kosher Food Industry
Timothy Lytton is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he teaches courses on administrative law, the philosophy of law, and regulatory law. His latest publication is Kosher: Private Regulation in the ...
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Sir Mervyn King, Former Bank of England Head, Joins NYU Stern School of ...
Fort Mills Times
NEW YORK --. New York University Stern School of Business and New York University School of Law today announced that Sir Mervyn King, the former head of the Bank of England, will be a distinguished visiting professor at both schools in the fall semester.
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High school remediation law has been delayed
Kokomo Tribune
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana State Board of Education has voted to delay full implementation of a new law that requires high schools to provide remediation to students to who aren't college-ready before they graduate. The law, House Enrolled Act 1005, ...
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Protest pitch gets louder in National University of Juridical Sciences
Times of India
On Saturday, two panels - one of the students and the other comprising faculty members - submitted separate complaints to the academic council, the highest body of the law school regarding academic matters. The petitions are aimed at drawing the ...
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Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Plant at Risk for 'Early Retirement,' Report Says
Southern Maryland Online
Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant was listed as one of almost 40 nuclear reactors across the U.S. that is at risk of closing early, according to a new report from the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School. The lone commercial ...
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Tension marks TRU law dean's exit
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
In an interview with 4Students for the fall 2011 issue, Axworthy seemed excited to lead Canada's first new law school in more than 30 years. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience," he said. "Initially we need to do what we can to establish ourselves ...
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Schools Learning About New State Law on Bullying
93.1 WIBC Indianapolis
The law approved this year by the General Assembly and signed by Governor Pence adds social media to the bullying law. It also directed the state Department of Education to come up with guidelines for local school districts and required schools to ...
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Arent Fox picks up real estate lawyers from Patton Boggs
Washington Post
Law students may have to start getting more real-world training before graduating law school, under a proposal recently approved by the American Bar Association's Standards and Review Committee. The committee makes recommendations to the Council ...
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Gov Signs Shorter School Year Into Law
Rhode Island Public Radio
Governor Lincoln Chafee has signed a law allowing fewer school days in Rhode Island's public schools. The law requires any reduction in school days to be offset with an increase in class time. Still, supporters say, the move will provide more ...
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School officials and local law enforcement look at school safety plan
One of the people Chief Douglass met with was the outgoing president of the Newtown Connecticut School Board and he said the biggest take away he got from speaking with her was that everyone knew the shooter, Adam Lanza, well before December 14th.
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Wish come true: Survive and flourish
Charlotte Post
... finney 07-18.jpg. PHOTO/CALVIN FERGUSON. Joshua Finney of Huntersville survived leukemia in high school to graduate North Mecklenburg High School and Elizabeth City State University. He's enrolled at Charlotte School of Law.
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Highlights | Proceedings From the Law Blog
Wall Street Journal
The school comes out ahead when the swap is with a student who makes partner at a blue-chip law firm by the age of 30. That student would end up paying the school more than what the school pays the lender. If a student takes longer than expected to ...
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38 Va. students complete law cadet program
(AP) - More than 30 high school students from across Virginia have discovered what it's like to be a state police trooper in training. The 38 students are the latest graduates of the 24th Annual Junior Law Cadet Program. The weeklong training program ...
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Steven M. Notinger Joins Cleveland, Waters and Bass
Fort Mills Times
He is also an international guest lecturer at the Northern Arctic Federal University Law School and the St. Petersburg University Law School, both in the Russian Federation. Steve is a member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts bars and is admitted ...
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Linda Rottenberg's 'crazy' world mission in aiding companies
The News Journal
NEW YORK — After graduating from Yale Law School nearly 20 years ago, Linda Rottenberg worked in Latin America for Ashoka, a non-profit that promoted social entrepreneurship. She quickly earned a nickname: la chica loca (that crazy girl). It's not ...
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The law of association(s)
Richmond Times Dispatch
Mercer, 65, graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1973 just as homeowner associations began their explosive growth and a new practice in common interest communities emerged. Condos didn't legally exist before 1962 and it's only ...
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Justice Kennedy to speak today in Chautauqua Institution Hall
Evening Observer
B. from Harvard Law School. He was in private practice from 1961 to 1963 in San Francisco and from 1963 to 1975 in Sacramento, Calif. He was a professor of constitutional law at the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific from 1965 to 1988.
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Money matters
Canadian Lawyer Magazine
I wasn't one of those law school applicants who carefully calculated the ratio between tuition and the average starting salary. I didn't pore over a cost-benefit analysis to determine if the investment in law school was a good one — I just assumed it was.
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Maroney: Keep the farm bill separate from food stamp nutrition funding
Editor's Note: This commentary is by James H. Maroney, Jr. He graduated with a Masters in Environmental Law & Policy from Vermont Law School in 2012 and lives in Leicester, Vt. Perhaps someone who is not hysterical about having the nutrition title ...
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In Greenwich, Conn., Schools Grapple With Questions of Race
Wall Street Journal
Under Connecticut law, a school is racially imbalanced if its percentage of minority students exceeds or falls below the overall minority population of the district by 25 percentage points. If a district has a 30% minority population overall, an ...
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Zachary Navit Weighs In on Pending Legal Education Reform
EIN News (press release)
PHILADELPHIA, PA, July 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- As a current law school student pursuing a career in legal advocacy, Zachary Navit has a vested interest in the upcoming reforms on the legal education system. A recent article by ABA Journal, the ...
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Warren's Mistake About Wall Street Risk-Taking
When U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, the former law-school professor and self-appointed scourge of Wall Street, gets her history terribly wrong -- and proposes a new law based on that lack of understanding -- there must be a reckoning. On July 11 ...
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Express Yourself By Gnawing Food
Courthouse News Service
I don't have answers to these questions, but Texas Congressman Steve Stockman has introduced a " Student Protection Act " that, among other things, would deny funding to schools that punish students for "brandishing a pastry or other food which is ...
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I Pity Lawyer Samuel Okudzeto!
Vibe Ghana
He does not hold a degree in law or went to any law school. He holds a Chartered Institute of Secretaries diploma. Several centuries ago what happened was that we had some people who did not have any law training or degree or went to any law school but ...
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Eichholz Law Firm challenges business, legal community in back-to-school ...
Savannah Morning News (blog)
The Eichholz Law firm again this year is challenging the business – and legal – community to raise $7,000 or more to help the West Broad Street YMCA to raise funds for back-to-school items for children who need help in getting necessary supplies ...
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New state law makes students entrepreneurs
Quad City Times
The law allows school clubs and organizations to set up "entrepreneurial funds" through their schools to invest in private enterprise. Students have to create a business plan, they have to get approval from school officials all the way up through the ...
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New School Dedicated to the Late DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, Who Lived a ...
Every year in October thousands of schools and law enforcement offices around the country participate in Red Ribbon Week to support the goals of the Foundation.Enrique Camarena Jr. was 11 when his father died, but he made a commitment to follow in his ...
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Penta board frets over new state law
Toledo Blade
Judy Sander has been on the Penta Career Center school board since 1992, but she may be forced out Dec. 31 because of a change in state law. House Bill 59, signed into law June 30 by Gov. John Kasich, limits board members to two three-year terms.
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Interest on personal loan not deductible
Albuquerque Journal (subscription)
Q: My son is 25 years old and just finished his second year at the University of Arizona law school. He has a sociology degree from UA and he worked full time the last two years of his undergraduate studies to pay school expenses not covered by ...
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New Haven schools chief leaves legacy of 46 years
New Haven Register
Though he was accepted to Howard University Law School, Mayo couldn't afford the tuition. Luckily, it wasn't long before he discovered his love for teaching while substituting in Waterbury. 'Things happen in mysterious ways, this was pretty much what I ...
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Rival groups weigh opening can of worms over aging coastal zone law
The News Journal
Kenneth T. Kristl, a Widener University Law School professor who represented Audubon and Sierra in the appeal, said he believed the groups have grounds for an appeal. (Page 2 of 3). Delaware Audubon president Mark Martell said he already is prepared ...
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People News: Night walking tour to honor heroes
Lansing State Journal
Chartier is a criminal defense attorney and teaches a "Medical Marijuana and the Law" class at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She has presented on medical marijuana numerous times, including to the Michigan Judges Association, and she handles ...
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Detroit Bankruptcy Could Set Legal Precedent For Bankrupt Cities With Pension ...
Huffington Post
... state and federal law makes the Detroit case an important precedent as more and more cities and counties confront their underfunded retirement obligations, said Peter Henning, a constitutional law professor at Wayne State University law school in ...
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Blogs4 new results for Law School
Event by BPP Law School: After the Leveson Report – where next ...
By UKCLG blog editors
UKCLG members and readers of this blog are invited by Chris Monaghan and Tom Bennett, Convenors of "Fresh Perspectives on Law" at BPP Law School, to the following event : 31 July 2013, 6pm, BPP Waterloo More details here.
UK Constitutional Law Group
Paul Goldstein wins Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction | The Dish
By dlovell
Stanford law Professor PAUL GOLDSTEIN has received the third annual Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction for his novel Havana Requiem. The award, sponsored by the ABA Journal and the University of Alabama School of Law, is named for ...
The Dish
Daily Kos: The majesty of the law
By rss@dailykos.com (Armando)
When you are in law school, you are fed the propaganda about "the majesty of the law." Many folks, both during the Trayvon Martin trial, and after the verdict, were very big on the majesty of the law and the jury system. I was long ago ...
Daily Kos
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Is Law School a Good Deal After All? - Yahoo! Finance
From Yahoo! Finance: Wikimedia Commons/Jordan Weissmann Ever since the Great Recession sucked the air out of the legal industry, an extremely vocal ...
ABA Committee Suggests New Standards for Law Schools
The ABA committee reviewing the organization's accreditation standards has voted to do away with the rule establishing a minimum student-to-faculty ratio, just ...
Oliver Goodenough on Creating a Law School e ... - YouTube
Legal practice and legal education both face disruptive change due to technology. Oliver R ...

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