Jul 11, 2013

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Rumana Monzur to study law
Bangladesh News 24 hours
The Huffington Post says she now lives with her 6-year-old daughter and her parents and is preparing to attend law school. She said she decided to change disciplines, rather than continuing onto a PhD in political science, in part because of her ...
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Rumana Monzur now plans to study law
A survivor, but blinded in a vicious domestic assault in 2011, Rumana Monzur has made a remarkable recovery, finishing her master's degree and preparing to enter law school this fall. Two years after the brutal attack by her husband, the University of ...
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Study finds many companies ignoring Seattle's sick leave law
SEATTLE -- A new study shows thousands of Seattle workers may be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to paid leave for being sick or for family emergencies. Last year, the city passed an ordinance forcing companies to offer paid leave, but ...
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Blinded UBC student plans to study law to help oppressed women
Blinded UBC student plans to study law to help oppressed women. By Global News. Post · Tweet · Plus 1. Play Video. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd like ...
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UCLA Law's Williams Institute Gets $5.5M
UC Los Angeles
City News Service and CBS–Los Angeles reported Tuesday that the UCLA School of Law has received a $5.5 million gift to support the school's Williams Institute, which is dedicated to the study of sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy.
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Study Looks at Migrant Use of Community Health Centers and Fear of Deportation
The Nonprofit Quarterly
Some have suggested that the practice will increase as Obamacare is implemented, because that law excludes undocumented people from coverage. A study published online in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health suggests, according to its author, ...
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Cypriot Granny Gets Law Degree at 72!
Greek Reporter
Pelekanou had started to study Law in United Kingdom 50 years ago but quit to get married and make a family. She thought it would be best to support her husband who, thanks to her help, became a director of Social Security and retired as Director ...
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Study shows financial gains if immigrants can work legally
With the cost to revamp immigration law looming large in the national debate, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), a left-of-center nonprofit in Washington, released a study Wednesday that estimates big gains in state and local taxes ...
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French piracy rates stable as government ends three strikes law
The publication of the study followed the French government's annulment of the part of the Hadopi law that provided for cutting the internet connection of persistent offenders. Aurélie Filippetti, the minister of culture and communication, said that ...
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Courses galore for law aspirants
Calcutta Telegraph
If studying law is on your mind, the state has a plate filled with diverse courses. Two renowned institutions — Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) and Central University of Bihar (CUB) — are offering diverse courses within the realms of a law ...
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Syria, the Legal System and a College Kid's Perspective
Hector Sharp is a New Zealand student who plans to study law, but has been writing on Mid-East and African affairs during his travels. He graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2012 with a degree in Political Science. Spent time working at the ...
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New Illinois law puts QC at center of gun debate
Quad City Times
Illinois on Tuesday became the last state to allow concealed weapons, making our Quad-City community the perfect laboratory to study the impact of an armed populace. The Illinois bill that finally became law Tuesday is much more restrictive and ...
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Parties wary, want to study verdict
Hindustan Times
With the Supreme Court saying that MPs or MLAs convicted by a court of law would stand disqualified even if they appeal against their conviction, political parties have woken up to a new reality: criminality in politics may not work for long. Though ...
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Golden girl quits Greece to study
The Times (subscription)
Alexia scored 19.728 out of 19.75 to come top in the standardised national university entrance examination. Her decision to emigrate made front page news. Her plans to head to Heidelberg or Munich to study law — using the German she has been studying ...
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Cut The Drop-Out Rate In Half, Cut TX Medicaid Spending By Half A Billion?
Five stories that have North Texas talking: New study says Texas can save millions on Medicaid if we focus on caps and gowns, law school applications plunge in the Lone Star State and beyond, Texas Wild snap another team's prestigious streak and more.
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Mark Chavalas: Careful study of Bible provides answers
La Crosse Tribune
For example, laws concerning adultery were no doubt still in place during Jesus' time, as he specifies in Matthew 5:27-28. However, the New Testament authors say little about civil law (how God specifically regulated Israel) or ceremonial law (how ...
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Housing discrimination continues, study shows
Florida Courier
However, a new study outlines how housing providers attempt to get around the law by sneakily omitting certain units while apparently showing Blacks and other minorities what they want them to see. The study of 28 cities, conducted by The Urban ...
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Study: FCC wasting phone subsidy money
But the $3000 cap is being phased in and the FCC hasn't released per-line USF statistics past 2010, said Thomas Hazlett, the study's co-author and a law and economics professor at George Mason University. It's unclear if areas in Washington state ...
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Corruption Rampant From US to Venezuela, Study Finds
Fox News Latino
Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer 2013 found that 58 percent of people in the Americas believe that corruption has gotten worse the last two years throughout the region, with political parties, law enforcement and judicial ...
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Group Calls on Sanborn to Resign from Medicaid Study
... Study Commission after comparing the Affordable Care Act to the deadly plane crash in San Francisco last weekend. Sanborn (R-Bedford) joked that the president's landmark health care law was "barreling down on us like a jet landing into San Francisco.
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Immigration overhaul to boost US revenue: study
... liberal-leaning think tank study released on Wednesday. The findings come as the US House of Representatives debates the move as part of a revamp of immigration law after last month's US Senate approval of legislation granting a pathway to citizenship.
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Airport authority bill moves closer to law
Winston-Salem Journal
Instead it invited lawmakers to await the results of its own study. "What we offered them was to make them co-equal voting power, what they offered us was to sit in the audience," Rep. Ruth Samuelson, a Charlotte Republican and co-sponsor of the bill ...
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Is US health-care reform on track for 2014?
MyFox Philadelphia
Is U.S. health-care reform on track for 2014? At the heart of President Barack Obama's sweeping yet controversial health-reform law is the largest expansion of health insurance in decades, and it's set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2014. At the heart of ...
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Mississippi Mayor's Election Shows Voting Law's Imperfect Legacy
The act helped increase the number of blacks elected to federal, state and local offices in the 11 Southern states to an estimated 6,550 today from 565 in 1970, according to the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington, a nonprofit ...
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Salvation for VFX?: US Could Tax Foreign Film Subsidies, Study Finds
That's the conclusion of a new report by the D.C. law firm Picard, Kentz & Rowe that the visual-effect industry blog VFX Soldier commissioned with monies raised on social networking sites. The firm determined that a legal challenge to foreign tax ...
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Blogs2 new results for Study Law
California panel recommends more study of limited law license ...
By John Steele
California Bar Journal. Excerpt: "A State Bar working group has recommended further study of a limited license to practice law program in order to boost access to legal services for low-and moderate-income Californians."
Legal Ethics Forum
Study shows distrust of insurance industry, Michigan no fault reform
By Steven Gursten
CPAN reports consumers oppose trading lifetime medical care for one year of "savings," shifting costs to taxpayers.
Michigan Auto Law Blog

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