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Arlen Specter Dies at 82 Former United States senator Arlen Specter passed away at the age of 82 on Sunday morning. Specter passed away from complications of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Specter was a five-term senator who graduated from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1951 and…>read more

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D.C. Law Firms Recruiting Government Officials as Election Nears The law firms in Washington, D.C. are competing with each other to recruit talent from the White House, federal agencies and congressional staffs. The level of hiring increases every four years as the elections approaches and it does not matter…>read more

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Joe Biden Makes Contradicting Statements on Libya Security During the Vice Presidential debate on Thursday night, Vice President Joe Biden said that the Obama administration was not made aware of any requests for added security in Libya prior to the attacks that occurred this past September 11 on…>read more

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Octomom Accused of Permitting Sexual Abuse by Her Children According to two former nannies who worked for Octomom, Nadya Suleman, they claim that she permitted one of her children to sexually abuse another one of her children in their home. Octomom told TMZ that the claims are “Blatant lies.”…>read more

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Mitt Romney Tells Uninsured Not to Worry about Dying Mitt Romney has pledged to repeal Obamacare but has said that those who do not have health insurance should not worry that they will die because of it. “We don’t have people that become ill, who die in their apartment…>read more

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Shell Sued by Nigerian Villagers for Oil Pollution A civil claim was filed in court in The Hague, where the global headquarters for Shell are located, against the company for polluting waterways and land near the homes of four fishermen and farmers in the Niger Region of Africa.…>read more

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Princeton Review Names Southern University Law Center Most Diverse Law School In the 2013 edition of the Princeton Review’s “The Best 168 Law Schools,” The Southern University Law Center (SULC) was named as the school with the most diverse faculty in the United States. In the book, the schools are not…>read more

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Former High School Coach Asks for Law to be Thrown Out Tyrone Nash, a former coach at Western Heights High School, has been accused of having sex with a female student. Nash is fighting to have his case thrown out of court because his attorney said that the age of consent…>read more

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Covington & Burling LLP Not Permitted to Represent Minnesota in 3M Case On Thursday, Hennepin County District Judge Robert Blaeser issued a ruling that the law firm of Covington & Burling LLP is not permitted to work a case for the state of Minnesota against the 3M Co. The case involves anti-pollution…>read more

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Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Discuss Stimulus Thoughts During the Vice Presidential debate on Thursday night, Vice President Joe Biden enjoyed a good laugh at the expense of Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Biden laughed at Ryan’s attacks on the stimulus, with Biden pointing out that Ryan…>read more

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