Sep 1, 2013

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New state law prohibits minors from using tanning beds
When she was 16, Cheri Huber considered her skin splotchy and pasty. She began to go to a tanning salon about three times a week. "That was the new craze," ...
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Online Fantasy Sports Betting Taking Legal Chances
The internet is providing millions of people the chance to play for money on games of chance as well as skill games that require serious research and thought.
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Prominent chambers joins online legal advice service LawCareers.Net
Instant Law UK's ongoing implementation of legal services provided through library-based video conferencing facilities has been boosted by St Philips ...
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Online lecture prompts legal fight on copyright University World News
Famed Harvard legal professor Lawrence Lessig may be the last guy you would want to pick a fight with over copyright issues over the internet, writes Michael B ...
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Consumers expect legal help online LawCareers.Net
According to a recent survey, more than half of consumers (56%) expect 'good' law firms to offer legal services online. The survey of 2,266 people - carried out ...
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SRA creates online enrolment system for students LawCareers.Net
On 2 March the SRA launched a new online service which makes it quicker and easier for law students to enrol with the regulatory body as student members - a ...
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CoL launches online GDL course LawCareers.Net
An online, part-time GDL course has just been launched by The College of Law (CoL), boasting a January start and an 18-month duration, rather than the usual ...
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Law Enforcement Saturday Herald and News
An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an ..... Discuss; Print. Posted in Law enforcement on Saturday, August 31, 2013 4:14 pm.
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Former University of Alabama law school dean helps develop online ... Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Ken Randall is shown in his office in Tuscaloosa on Thursday. Randall, who retired as dean of the University of Alabama's law school this summer, has started a ...
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JLD extends online hand to troubled trainees LawCareers.Net
The Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) is running a series of online seminars (webinars) to help trainees, paralegals and newly qualifieds cope with the troubling ...
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