Jul 23, 2013

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Interim study called on self-defense law
Norman Transcript
NORMAN — The various "stand uour ground" laws that have been passed throughout the country are getting new attention this month. Oklahoma's seven-year-old law is likely to be reviewed along with the newer "open carry" statute at a legislative study ...
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Some experts predict new Texas abortion law will drive women to risky ...
Anderson Independent Mail
Hagstrom Miller pointed to a study by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project. The research group is studying the impact of the 2011 law requiring a mandatory sonogram and 24-hour waiting period before an abortion, as well as cutting family planning funding.
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Plain packaging deterring smokers: study
A study of the impacts of Australia's law says there is an early indication that plain packaging is associated with lower smoking appeal and more urgency to quit among adult smokers. Smokers who were smoking from plain packs were more likely to ...
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Emergency manager law may help Michigan cities avoid Detroit's fate: Pew
"These laws are in place because Michigan recognizes that many other localities are experiencing financial struggles and they want to figure out a way to help their localities so they don't become the next Detroit," said Pew's Kil Huh, author of a ...
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Doctors could use more info on health exchanges: study
Medical Marketing and Media
Another 9% weren't sure, and, only 1% said they believed consumers had been adequately educated, according to the study by physician staffing firm LocumTenens. Exchanges, established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as a center piece of the law's ...
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CPSC Study Reveals Troubling Backyard Pool Death Statistics – Kiley Law Group
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
According to a study released by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)(May 22, 2013), children younger than 5-years-old account for more than 75% of all spa and pool deaths and nearly 80% of spa and pool injuries in the United States.
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Pro Bono Project Studies Brooklyn Child Support Rulings
New York Law Journal (registration)
The man and woman filed into the cramped, fluorescent-lit courtroom in downtown Brooklyn and took their seats before the child support magistrate. The woman, who appeared to be in her early 30s, had petitioned for an increase in the $82 weekly child ...
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Obama-backed study confirms firearms are a crime deterrent
United Liberty
Back in January, President Barack Obama signed a number of executive orders into law, including one that ordered the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to study ways to reduce the threat of gun violence. That study has finally been released and it ...
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Court stops Dallas suburb's immigrant renters law
DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas suburb can't enforce a law that bans immigrants in the United States without legal permission from renting apartments, a federal appeals court said Monday. It's the latest ruling on a series of laws that local governments have ...
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Tobacco company disputes smoking study
However, the government is waiting to see how challenges to Australia's law play out in court and at the World Trade Organisation before passing the law. A study of the impact of Australia's ban says there's an early indication that plain packaging is ...
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Newly Formed Commission Will Address Rising Number of Alzheimer's Cases
NJ Spotlight
Jeff Van Drew (D-Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland), was a sponsor of the law creating the state's Alzheimer's Disease Study Commission. Projections of a steady increase in the number of New Jersey residents with Alzheimer's disease may make ...
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OK Lawmakers Debate Over 'Stand Your Ground' Law After Zimmerman ...
News On 6
"Is there a clear line on Stand Your Ground?," asked Oklahoma Representative Mike Shelton, (D) Oklahoma City, who is now calling for a legislative study into the law. "It's my hope to take this opportunity to give people a voice whether they are for or ...
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Counter-terrorism laws can stifle humanitarian action, study shows
The Guardian
The growing body of counter-terrorism legislation is having a direct impact on humanitarian action, restricting funding, stalling project implementation and resulting in an increased climate of self-censorship by aid workers, according to an ...
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Court: Passport law on Jerusalem unconstitutional
The case was brought by parents of an American boy named Menachem Zivotofsky, who was born in a Jerusalem hospital soon after the law was passed. The parents wanted to list Israel as his birthplace, but the U.S. has refused to recognize any nation's ...
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Panel releases recommendations in school security study
KMBC Kansas City
Sign in. No statistics available yet. Report. Published on Jul 22, 2013. A panel of Kansas educators and law enforcement officials have wrapped up a 6-month study of ways to boost school security and have released an extensive list of recommendations.
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First-year Law Students Need to Concentrate on Time Management, Says John ...
The Edwardsville Intelligencer
"Early on, you might also have some overtime just because you are trying to get the hang of how to study for law school." New students need to decide whether they need to read a case one time or five times before they understand it, for example, and ...
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Mich. among 19 states with laws to intervene on behalf of financially-strained ...
The Republic
LANSING, Michigan — A Michigan law that allows the state to intervene when a local government faces financial distress is one of the nation's most aggressive, according to a study released Tuesday, days after Detroit became the largest city to ever ...
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It's Law Enforcement For Rachel Jeantel
UPTOWN Magazine
... last person to speak with the teen before George Zimmerman killed him, revealed her desired course of study, now that Tom Joyner offered her a scholarship to the HBCU of her choice. "Law enforcement," said Jeantel when asked to share her career plans.
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Housing waiting list a myth - study
Independent Online
Cape Town - The housing waiting list is a myth which should be eradicated from public discussion on housing, according to research by the Socio-Economic Rights Institute and the Community Law Centre at UWC, which looked at housing waiting lists, ...
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A farewell to cushy BigLaw: Mayer Brown a case study in coping and hard ...
ABA Journal
Most BigLaw firms will eventually collapse or reinvent themselves, leaving only 20 to 25 law firms catering to clients who are willing to spend without regard to budgetary concerns, according to one "common hypothesis." The New Republic airs the ...
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Law Society will not abandon controversial campaign
Post Online
"Will you and the ABI join the Law Society in facilitating such a study? You may be rest assured that we will do everything possible to assist," he added. Fluck also referred to the point raised by Thoresen that the ABI Code of Practice addresses harm ...
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Kohl's Cares Scholarship awarded to Zach Bonner
Bonner, 15 and in 10th grade, wants to study law at Harvard University. He attends Florida Virtual School, so whether at home or on the road, he can continue his education and efforts to eradicate youth homelessness. In 2012, he spent in excess of 1 ...
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Women missing out on bonuses New study
Loughborough News
Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella, from the University of Leicester School of Law, has co-authored the report for the European Commission "Fighting Discrimination on the Grounds of Pregnancy, Maternity and Parenthood: The application of EU and national law ...
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Study Shows Blacks Disproportionately Arrested In DC For Drug Violations
Opposing Views
The majority of drug offenses found in the study were marijuana possession arrests. Unlike the drug laws of many U.S. states, possession of the drug in D.C. is considered a criminal misdemeanor, with a maximum punishment of six months in jail and $1 ...
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Early indications plain packaging works
ABC Online
But today comes evidence that the Federal Government's plain packaging laws are having an effect. A study of 500 smokers shows that those taking cigarettes from plain packs are more likely to think about quitting and more likely to think that the ...
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New report outlines problems with human trafficking in TN
Tennessee ramped up its criminal penalties for human traffickers this year with an unprecedented slate of law changes, but rehabilitative services for survivors remain disjointed and reliable incident data remain elusive, a new state study finds. A ...
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Rutgers Needs More Athletic Oversight, Independent Report Says
Rutgers University's board and administration has insufficiently overseen the school's athletics department, according to an independent law firm hired to review the firing of basketball coach Mike Rice. An eight-week study found "concerns regarding ...
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Is your backyard suffering from shrinkage?
The Cairns Post
A James Cook University study has looked at the implications of growing up without the traditional big backyard a widening trend among time-poor families choosing to live on smaller house blocks. JCU cultural geographer Dr Lisa Law interviewed 20 ...
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Bora Laskin's reputation still matters
Ottawa Citizen
As a young man, Laskin was an outstanding baseball player and it was mooted that he might be good enough for a pro career; however, he was also an excellent student and he elected instead to study law, first at the University of Toronto, then at ...
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Students secure scholarship places at Ward Hadaway
Two promising law students at Newcastle University have been awarded scholarships by law firm Ward Hadaway. Ross Howells, who is studying European Legal Studies (LLB), and Hollie Morgan, who is studying Law (LLB), are the first recipients of a new ...
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Interdisciplinary Study and Comparative Law | SOAS, University of ...
It is a truism that the use of other disciplines can considerably enrich and deepen legal study. Law does not exist in a vacuum, and an appreciation of the social ...
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Survive Law - Graduate Sooner: What it's like to Study an ...
One of the toughest things about completing a law degree is how long it takes. Four years can seem daunting to many, and that's without the additional years it ...
Graduate students can study law without earning a Juris Doctor ...
Sometimes, students want to learn more about the U.S. legal system, but prefer not to earn a Juris Doctor, or become an attorney at all.
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Michael Simkovic and Frank McIntyre (S&M) have created a sensation with the release of their new study purporting to show that a law degree has a value of ...

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