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Majority of Graduates from Harvard JD-MBA Program Choose Business Careers   The joint degree program at Harvard started in 1969 and still offers a J.D.-M.B.A. to roughly 12 graduates per year. The list of all-time graduates from the program is full of big names, with the biggest being that of…>read more

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Greenberg Traurig and Sidley Austin Add Attorneys   Greenberg Traurig LLP has announced that it has added lawyers to its Israel Practice in the offices of Tel Aviv and New York. The Tel Aviv office will be home to Scott Mortman as a shareholder for the Corporate…>read more

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ALM Report Shows Alternative Fees Making Slow Progress in Legal World   According to the results of a new survey, law firms and their corporate clients are not changing to alternative billing arrangements as quickly as some might have thought would happen. Firms using contingency fees, flat rates and alternative fees…>read more

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Taliban Executes Woman on Video People in Afghanistan and around the world are outraged by a video that has gone viral of the Taliban executing a woman for adultery. The video, which lasts for just three minutes, shows a woman wearing a burka who is…>read more

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California Man Sentenced to 65 Years in Rape of 7-Year-Old   A man from California who kidnapped and raped a 7-year-old girl who has severe developmental disabilities has been sentenced to 65 years to life in a state prison. The suspect was turned in by the 8-year-old friend of the…>read more

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Fish That Eats Human Testicles Found in Illinois Lake   It has been reported that the pacu fish, which can weigh as much as 55 pounds, has been found in Lake Lou Yaeger in Illinois so you might want to stay out of the water. What is so special…>read more

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Duncan School of Law Denied ABA Accreditation   Lincoln Memorial University’s appeal for provisional accreditation for its law school has been rejected by the American Bar Association. The news comes from documents filed in the school’s lawsuit against the ABA. The law school, which is the John…>read more

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Day of Mourning Declared in Wake of Russian Floods   Monday was declared a national day of mourning by Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of raging floodwaters that ravaged the southern portion of the country and killed over 170 people. The interior ministry said the official death…>read more

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Book Describes Sex and Parties at Olympic Villages   The 2012 Summer Olympics in London get underway beginning on July 27 and the release of a new book could not have come at a better time. The book, which details what takes place at the Olympic Village, was…>read more

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Lance Armstrong Files Lawsuit to Block Charges   A lawsuit was filed in federal court on Monday by Lance Armstrong for the purpose of blocking the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency from filing charges against him that say he used performance-enhancing drugs during his career. The lawsuit filed by…>read more

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