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Yolanda-hit areas When Typhoon Yolanda hit the Visayas three weeks ago, it damaged more than just houses and structures, it destroyed legal documents as well. With entire houses destroyed, documents were swept away by the seawater that surged
University of Sydney law students who had a major exam interrupted by a fire alarm are angry after their dean dismissed their complaints as a "typhoon in a teacup". Students were evacuated from the university's iconic sandstone quadrangle shortly
As an aspiring Deputy Public Defender, she was immersed in the field of criminal defense and said the job was the most valuable experience in my life to date. Oddo attended jail visits, court hearings, and worked on research projects in addition to
The four announced candidates for attorney general got the opportunity to plead their cases to a tough audience Thursday evening -- law students at the University of Maryland's Carey Law School. With no Republicans running, few differences on issues
The landlord claimed that Mr. Smith, who had pleaded guilty two years earlier to cocaine possession, had used his apartment to sell drugs, and so could be evicted. Kemper Diehl, a wide-eyed, third-year Columbia Law School student, argued otherwise.
In August, President Obama stirred up an epic debate when he suggested slashing law school to two years, casting a public spotlight on a debate that's been simmering in the legal world. The main argument against the third year is that it's filled
Shrine for another anti-pork activitya prayer vigil . Many Filipinos had voiced outrage over the abuses of the pork barrel system following reports of a P10-billion pork barrel fund mess. Iloilo anti-pork gatherings slated September 19 : Rally
President Barack Obama often discusses how to change higher education in the U.S., but it's rare for the Harvard Law School graduate to specifically call out law schools . Aug. 23. "In the first two years young people are learning in the classroom.
During spring break Professor Irene Scharf, director of the Immigration Law Clinic at the UMass School of Law in Dartmouth accompanied a group of UMass law students to the Dominican Republic to engage in fact-finding about the conditions of Haitians
To consider issuing free bus passes to government law college students in Tamil Nadu. The Madras High Court bench here on Thursday directed the Principal Secretary of the Tamil Nadu Transport Department to consider issuing free bus passes to students