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Barneys Agrees to $525,000 Settlement for Shopper-Profiling Barneys is the latest of New York stores to admit racial profiling, and in their case, they agreed to pay $525,000, after complaints arose that their store detectives targeted minorities. Both shoppers and former employees noted that minorities were followed…>read more

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DirecTV Sued After a Family’s Service Call was Answered by Sex Offender A Dallas family finally sued DirecTV after their service call was answered by a registered sex offender who took photos of their 12-year-old girl. Though they initially sought to discuss the matter with DirecTV, they received no response, and finally…>read more

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21 Hilarious Comics That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud The web may have offered us free college education, endless articles about every topic imaginable, access to the annals of history, and the greatest music ever composed. But who has time for all that, when we can spend our time…>read more

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How to Become a Sports Attorney Among legal specializations, sports attorney is a flashy and envied position. Should you consider becoming a sports lawyer? These articles will answer that question, and help you, perhaps, to join your favorite interests outside of work with your favorite interest…>read more

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A Wealth of Resources for Becoming a Successful Paralegal If you are considering a career as a paralegal, you’ve made a smart choice. If you are still uncertain, consider looking over these links, which not only explain what to speak of the career, and who would best fit into…>read more

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Everything You Need to Know to Become a Law Professor Becoming a Law Professor: Part 1 In the article “How to pursue a career in Professor at Law,” Anayat Durrani sticks close to various professors’ accounts of how they made their career. The paper opens with the story of Darian…>read more

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Former Yale Professor Condemns Ivy League Schools Don’t go to Yale. That is the ultimate advice former Yale Professor William Deresiewicz has given in his controversial article in the New Republic, an Ivy League publication, “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League.” Reflecting on his 20…>read more

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Law Recruiter Gives 10 Reasons Why Firms Pick Fewer Older Attorneys Click here to read the full article on LawCrossing for an in-depth explanation of all 10 reasons why older attorneys have a harder time finding work in law firms. Finding work is hard for older attorneys and requires a unique…>read more

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Vermont Law Professor Cheryl Hanna Dies Unexpectedly Beloved law professor of Vermont Law School Cheryl Hanna shocked staff and students after she unexpectedly died last Sunday. Although the cause of death has not been released, as of Tuesday night, police say that Cheryl Hanna, 48, was not…>read more

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North Carolina Gives up the Fight Against Same-Sex Marriages   North Carolina Attorney Roy Cooper, and all of North Carolina behind him, are calling it quits. Why should he and the state of North Carolina continue to fight challenges against the state-wide same-sex marriage ban, since it’s futile anyway?…>read more

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Our client is a north Dallas law firm who seeks a Real Estate Development Associate.  The ideal candidate will have 2-4 years law firm experience concentrated in representing real estate develope...