Jul 8, 2013

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Which law schools were most likely to yank merit-based scholarships?
ABA Journal
The New York Times highlighted their plight in a story pointing out that many law schools lure students with merit scholarships that are withdrawn when their grades fall below a minimum standard. Since then, the ABA has collected information about ...
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Caption Contest Finalists: The Sexiest Law School on Earth?
Above the Law
A. Hastings Career Services Dilemma: "Do we classify street walkers as self-employed or working in a small firm?" B. UC Hastings, after failing to make the Above the Law rankings for 2013, goes all out to get Lat's vote for the top spot for 2014. C ...
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Haredi students graduate from law, business programs
Dr. Avihai Cohen, Deputy to the Law School Dean, told graduates at the ceremony that they have the power to change how haredim are perceived by Israeli society. "It is at this time, as conflicting forces are at work, that we need to look for the social ...
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School leavers offered apprenticeship
Law Gazette
School leavers seeking a route into the profession are being offered a legal services apprenticeship in a partnership between the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) and Manchester Metropolitan University Law School. The scheme will provide ...
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Federal clerkship enhances law career:Multiple roles mention in law school now ...
Tulsa Business
Federal clerkship enhances law career:Multiple roles mention in law school now real experiences. Story · Comments · Image (1). Print: Create a hardcopy of this page; Font Size: Default font size: Larger font size. Previous Next. Adam Doverspike.
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Benally: Law Grad, Future Navajo Pres
Indian Country Today Media Network
Benally, a Navajo Nation citizen, graduated May 22 from Columbia University School of Law. She's currently on the job hunt, but frets little that employers will misjudge her based on her tattoos. "I just figure I'm a hard worker. I know my stuff, and ...
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Pacific's McGeorge Law set to downsize
Stockton Record
Daniels' email included a statement from Mootz: "In response to the unprecedented drop in applications to law schools across the country, McGeorge School of Law is reducing the size of its student body. "The law school has reorganized the staff in ...
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School bus safety law named for Forsyth County student
Winston-Salem Journal
Forsyth County is not alone in dealing with drivers passing stopped school buses. At least two more students in other counties have been killed by drivers violating stop-arm law this year. Thousands of other drivers are passing stopped school buses ...
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New gateway to legal profession for Caymanians
Caymanian Compass
Roy Bodden, president of UCCI, said: "You can come right out of high school and get into this programme and when you finish it, you can get into law school. "For some, who are already working in the industry, it would help them take on more ...
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UQ expertise to help protect Caribbean wrecks and cultural heritage
UQ News
UQ expertise to help protect Caribbean wrecks and cultural heritage. A cultural heritage expert from The University of Queensland Law School is working with UNESCO to protect historically significant shipwrecks in the Caribbean. Associate Professor ...
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Fine Helped Push School Gun Violence Protection Law
Under this new law, local law enforcement officials will be asked to coordinate this drill with students and staff at schools. After participating in the drill, law enforcement will provide each school a report with suggested improvements to their ...
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Two New Associates at Underwood Law Firm
Jennie Knapp received degrees in Chemistry and History from Texas A&M University. She then graduated from Baylor Law School magna cum laude in 2009. Ms. Knapp's practice encompasses a wide variety of civil litigation. Ms. Knapp has defended clients ...
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Law Times
"I am a graduate of the school and I've been teaching there for more than 15 years. One thing I've found personally rewarding about my work at the law school is that it allows me to bring my practice into the academic environment. This opportunity is ...
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MP wants new law for gay school kids
Australian Teacher Magazine
SYDNEY, July 7 – Independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich is pushing for changes to state laws that he says allow private schools to discriminate against gay students. Greenwich says the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act contains exemptions that ...
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P Convent School Construction Illegal, No One Above Law: Distt Admn
Kashmir Life
He said, "Within the premises of the school a new construction has been observed to be coming up without the permission of the Nazool department, which is mandatory under the law. Since the School remains closed for the general public, the structure ...
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South Dakota looks to pioneer rural lawyer program
Rapid City Journal
Larson is one of the state's examples of a law school graduate who has made the leap into practicing law in rural areas, a subject that moved fully into the spotlight in March, when the state Legislature passed House Bill 1096. That is the bill which ...
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Patton Boggs Foundation Awards Public Policy Fellowship to First International ...
Wall Street Journal (press release)
We are proud that the College of Law at Qatar University is the first law school outside the United States to join our program," noted Patton Boggs Foundation President John Oberdorfer, a long-time partner in the firm who helped establish the ...
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Bay-Waveland students do well in Law Day Art Contest
Fifth-grade Law Day Art Contest winners, from left: North Bay students Kaelyn Barletter, first place, school-level; and Evan Hopgood, third place, school-level. Not pictured: Haley Bearman, second place, school-level. Story Photos: Previous PageNext ...
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In spirit of anti - bully law , bid to curb trash - talking
New Jersey's new anti-bullying law has stepped onto the sports field, with the state's high school athletics association taking steps to clamp down on "trash-talking" that goes too far. The new rules have won national attention - and captured the talk ...
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Harvard University kicks-off Gender Violence Project
The Harvard Gender Violence Project (HGVP) is a collaboration between the Harvard South Asia Institute, Harvard Law School, the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard and regional experts working in the area of gender violence prevention ...
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High Court Funnies
The National Law Journal
When the transcript was later updated, it showed Thomas, a Yale Law School graduate, poking fun at the competency of Harvard Law School graduates in the case, in which a Harvard lawyer represented a death row inmate. LOL. FACTS OF LIFE. Kagan to ...
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Bill Enticing Law Graduates to Rural Areas
The Capital Journal reports that the Larsons are the latest example of law school graduates making the leap to rural areas. The state Legislature this year funded a pilot program giving 16 lawyers a little more than $13,000 a year for five years to ...
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Obamacare's latest delay may not mean much
Robert I. Field, Ph.D., J.D., M.P.H., Professor, Earle Mack School of Law & Drexel School of Public Health. A key part of Obamacare will be delayed until 2015, putting it a year behind schedule. That is the provision penalizing large employers that don ...
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NYU Law Professor Jennifer Arlen on Corporate Crime and Prosecutorial ...
Corporate Crime Reporter
Jennifer Arlen is a professor at New York University Law School. In 1994, Arlen wrote an article titled The Potentially Perverse Effects of Corporate Criminal Liability. In 1997, she co authored with Reinier Kraakman an article titled Controlling ...
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Cost to taxpayers for legal bills to oust two Jordan-Elbridge officials nears ...
Syracuse.com (blog)
Jordan, NY - The Jordan-Elbridge Central School District has spent $438,000 in legal fees over three years in an attempt to oust two former administrators, according to Superintendent James Froio. As the fees continue to mount, the superintendent said ...
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Trial resumes in case against yoga school
KFMB News 8
The lawsuit was filed by the National Center for Law and Policy on behalf of Stephen and Jennifer Sedlock, whose children attend one of the district's nine schools. On its website, the nonprofit Christianity-based center said its focuses on the ...
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N. Fla. officials to discuss school safety at Rural County Summit
The summit will take place in at the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy in Havana, Florida. More than 100 law enforcement professionals, school district administrators, emergency management and first responders from Escambia to Columbia County are ...
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Demystify the LSAT Experimental Section
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
The experimental section enables the Law School Admission Council to test out future potential multiple choice questions. In the past, the experimental section was always one of the first three sections, making it easier for students to identify, but ...
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Ed Fisher: The Roberts Supreme Court
The Morning Sun
He was born on January 27, 1955, received an AB from Harvard in 1976 and a JD from Harvard Law School in 1979. He was a law clerk for the US Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, 1979-1980 and for the Supreme Court, 1981-1982, among other positions.
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Beefed Up Gun Control Law Survives Challenge
Courthouse News Service
ALBANY, N.Y. (CN) - New York's governor did not violate the state constitution in seeking quick passage of gun-control legislation in the aftermath of the deadly shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, an appeals court ruled. Gov. Andrew Cuomo sent ...
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Legally Blonde musical opens 2013 Theatre Under the Stars season
The Province
Now she's on stage being blond starring as Harvard Law School sorority girl Elle Woods in the musical Legally Blonde. "I started musical theatre at age 11 and have been bouncing back and forth between stage and singing ever since," Arrigo says. "I'm ...
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Public Defender's Office hires 3
Jacksonville Daily Record
She is a 2012 graduate of the Stetson University College of Law, where she received a Juris Doctor and an MBA. Goggins started with the office in October as a volunteer attorney, partially through a law school fellowship. Since that time, she has ...
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Commercial Law League of America and Financial Poise Launch Strategic ...
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Speakers include Richard Carmody (Adams and Reese); Judge Judith Fitzgerald (Indiana Tech Law School); Jonathan Friedland (Levenfeld Pearlstein); Ted Gavin (Gavin/Solmonese); James Hays (Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan); Richard Meth (Fox Rothschild); ...
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Michael J. Klarman: Court rulings reveal critical lessons
Omaha World-Herald
The writer is a professor at Harvard Law School. He wrote this for the Los Angeles Times. Decisions in two blockbuster cases announced in the final week of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2012-13 term invalidated critical provisions of federal statutes. In ...
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Exclusive: University of Law to close in York and open in Leeds
The Lawyer
Europe's biggest law school intends to open in the centre of Leeds by September next year. The move will involve closing the university's current branch in York, but ultimately the total student body will increase from 300 to around 600, with specific ...
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Allowing Firms to Restrict Suits to Delaware to Change Legal Landscape
Wall Street Journal- India
Stanford Law School Prof. Joseph Grundfest predicted that the ruling would spark a resurgence in Delaware-only bylaws. "It might take a bit of time for boards and counsel to get their arms around this new reality. But I would expect that the adoption ...
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Ashburnham is pushed to boost school spending despite rejection of override
Worcester Telegram
"The Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School Committee has the legal right to call a joint town meeting," Mr. Hicks said. "We're following state law that says when we don't have an agreed upon budget figure after two town meetings we have a right to ...
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Immigration: Non-citizen student must attend private high school if he comes ...
New York Daily News
A: To study in New York City, your nephew would need to attend a private high school. The law allows public schools to admit international students, but the New York City Board of Education does not participate in the program. If a school accepts your ...
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FARRAND: New forced consolidation law is writing on a concrete wall
Southgate News Herald
Again, I'm in no way suggesting Southgate or any other district be carved up; what I am suggesting is that with this new law, a process has been put on the books that will lead to further school realignments. We may not like that it's coming from ...
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Blogs4 new results for Law School
Insurers dropping Kansas schools over concealed-carry law for ...
By Arturo Garcia
At least three insurance companies have refused to renew their coverage policies for Kansas schools in the wake of a new law allowing teachers to carry firearms on campus, The Des Moines Register reported on Sunday. "We've been writing ...
The Raw Story
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports: ABA to eliminate expenditures ...
By Brian Leiter
A Dean elsewhere writes: Toward the end of last week, law school deans received the following email from the ABA: "Dear Deans: At its June...
Brian Leiter's Law School Reports
The Unintended Consequences of Say on Pay Votes - Weblogs at ...
By Ira T. Kay, Pay Governance LLC,
The Unintended Consequences of Say on Pay Votes - The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation - A law and economics blog from the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance that ...
The Harvard Law School Forum...
At School, Social Media Policies Are Trending - Law and Daily Life
By Betty Wang
In this day and age, it only makes sense that many schools are considering social media policies. While the use of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter can't be regulated by schools at all times, what about in the classroom? And what ...
Law and Daily Life

Web2 new results for Law School
University of Alabama names Brewbaker law school's acting dean ...
A University of Alabama law professor will serve as acting the dean of the UA School of Law following the retirement of Dean Ken Randall last week.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Amicus Project at Southwestern Law School
A few months ago, I mentioned our new UCLA First Amendment Amicus Brief Clinic; I'm happy to see that Southwestern Law School is also setting up an amicus ...

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