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European Court of Human Rights Rules British Airways Discriminated Against Employee A top court in Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, ruled that religious freedom is a right, but not an absolute right, according to The Associated Press. The court ruled that British Airways discriminated against a Christian employee when…>read more

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Report Says That Strong Years in Legal Industry Not Returning Hildebrandt Consulting and Citi Private Bank’s Law Firm Group have released a report that stresses law firms need to accept single-digit revenue growth as the new normal, according to The Am Law Daily. The report says that partners are billing…>read more

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Law School Students Increase Legal Skills with Professor Interactions A new survey, the Law School Survey of Student Engagement, found that students who interacted more often with classmates and faculty members at their law schools improved their critical and analytical thinking, writing and research skills, and ethical development, according…>read more

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Jodi Arias Trial Continues with Graphic Photos, Video and Audio Tapes The Jodi Arias trial continued on Monday and it included nude photos of the defendant for the jury to see. A video was also played in court that said Arias would ask for the death penalty if she killed Travis…>read more

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Lindsay Lohan Meets Max George’s Family It seems as thought things are pretty serious between Lindsay Lohan and Max George, a singer from Wanted. Celebrity gossip site TMZ reports that George took Lohan home to meet his parents in the United Kingdom, and reportedly the entire…>read more

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Portland Men Walk Around Town Carrying Assault Rifles On Wednesday of last week, two men from Portland tried to raise gun rights awareness by walking around the streets of the city while carrying assault rifles. The two men, Warren Drouin and Steven Boyce, caused multiple people to call…>read more

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Former Nortel Executives and Former CEO Found Not Guilty Two former senior executives and the former chief executive of Nortel Networks were found not guilty on Monday of falsifying financial repots. The prosecutors working the case said that the charges were a result of the defendants’ scheme to report…>read more

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Former Travel Agent Accused of Frequent Flier Mile Theft Karen Yeakel, a former agent for a travel company in Washington, has been charged with stealing over 3.7 million airlines miles from clients and then using them to purchase plane tickets for herself and for her family, according to The…>read more

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Dean of New England Law School Highest Paid in United States The veteran dean of the New England Law School, John F. O’Brien, is quite possibly the highest paid law school dean in the United States. O’Brien makes more than $867,000 per year in salary and benefits, according to The Boston…>read more

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Hogan Lovells Announce Return of Former Lawyers and SNR Denton Partner Appointed to Superior Court The law firm of Hogan Lovells LLP is planning to open a new office in Minneapolis, where two lawyers will be rejoining the firm after sharing the lead duties with the legal department at UnitedHealth Group, according to Bloomberg. UnitedHealth…>read more

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