Sep 5, 2013

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Diversity scholarship awarded to UT College of Law student Knoxville News Sentinel
Waller law firm announced that Maria Alejandra (AlĂ©) Dalton is the third recipient of its Diversity Endowed Scholarship at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville ...
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Boxing ring and law school: Loyola student flourishes in both worlds Loyola University New Orleans
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law student Annie McBride '07 isn't afraid to take chances. As an undergraduate studying Spanish at Loyola, McBride ...
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Judge Carr to speak at UT on 'secret court' Toledo Blade
The free public lecture, titled "A Better Secret Court," will be in the College of Law's McQuade Law Auditorium. Judge Carr was appointed to the federal bench in ...
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Panel of Indiana University experts to discuss Edward Snowden ... Indiana University
6, in Room 123 of the IU Maurer School of Law, 211 S. Indiana Ave. ... the Maurer School of Law, the Department of Political Science, the College of Arts and ...
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Local law student receives exemplary award Isanti County News
Jamison Tessneer recently received the 2013 Kirwin Professionalism Prize for a first year law student at William Mitchell College of Law. The award recognizes ...
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'Intervention in Syria: Law, Ethics, and Policy' Iowa Now
The UI Center for Human Rights is part of the UI College of Law. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all UI-sponsored events. If you are a ...
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GOP primary for Elmira City Court judge Elmira Star-Gazette
Education: Notre Dame High School 1992; bachelor's degree in history, LeMoyne College, 1996; juris doctorate degree, Albany Law School, 1999.
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Law schools: Third year is too crucial to lose Minnesota Daily
Tasha Everman, assistant dean and director of career services at the University of Nebraska College of Law, said she thinks Obama's comment took the ...
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Experts see no end in sight for Okla. custody case Seattle Post Intelligencer
University of Oklahoma College of Law professor Taiawagi Helton says resolution to the case of young Veronica could take years if the matter again goes from ...
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DuPage Family Law Office Celebrates One-Year Anniversary, Staff ...
This month, the DuPage County family law attorneys and support staff of the ... of Business and his J.D. from Northern Illinois University College of Law in 2008.
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