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Indiana Secretary of State Sued by Common Cause A lawsuit was filed on Thursday that claims voters are robbed of a meaningful vote because of judicial elections. The lawsuit was filed by Common Cause, which is an open-government group. The Indiana Secretary of State in Indianapolis was sued…>read more

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Named Woman of the Year by Glamour Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of just nine women in her freshman class at Harvard Law School. She wound up graduating from Columbia Law. Following her legal education she was turned down for a job because she…>read more

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Chrysler Chief Attacks Donald Trump on Twitter Ralph Gilles, the head of product design at Chrysler, sent a tweet to Donald Trump on Thursday that described the real estate executive as being “full of shit.” The reason for the tweet was that Trump claims that Chrysler is…>read more

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Republicans Forced CRS Report to be Taken Down It was reported on Thursday by the New York Times that Republicans in the Senate pressured Congressional Research Service, a nonpartisan group, to withdraw a report that found lowering marginal tax rates for wealthy Americans would not affect economic growth…>read more

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Greek Journalist Found Not Guilty Costas Vaxevanis, a Greek journalist, was acquitted in his trial on Thursday by a Greek judge. He published the names of over 2,000 compatriots who were in possession of Swiss bank accounts. Vaxevanis is the editor of the Hot Doc…>read more

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Woman Stabbed Son 100 Times According to prosecutors, a woman from Chicago stabbed her 7-year-old son 100 times because she was angry with her husband. She then stabbed a 5-year-old girl 50 times because she witnessed the attack on the boy. Prosecutors said that both…>read more

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Law Schools Moving to Downtown Locations It is becoming more and more popular these days for law firms to leave their university campuses and move into buildings in their city’s downtown districts in order to be closer to state and federal courthouses, major companies, law firms…>read more

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Law Firms Open Following Hurricane Sandy On Wednesday, law firms throughout New York opened their doors following Hurricane Sandy but had to deal with power outages in courts and accommodating staff members who suffered personal property damage, according to Reuters. Law firms either had their lawyers…>read more

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Pledge of Allegiance Case to be Heard by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court A lawsuit was rejected back in the month of June by a Middlesex Superior Court judge that says the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance at public schools violates the state equal rights law in Massachusetts. Now, the…>read more

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Skeletal Remains Found Under Tree Uprooted by Hurricane Sandy Just one day before Halloween a woman in Connecticut discovered a centuries-old skeleton underneath a historic tree. According to the New Haven Independent, Katie Carbo discovered a skeleton under an oak tree that was uprooted by the winds from Hurricane…>read more

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Legal Assistant / Secretary - Bilingual
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~~Rapidly expanding General Law Firm seeking a Legal Assistant/Secretary to join our team at our Gainesville, Georgia location !  Our firm is a goal/target oriented, fast-paced environment with a...