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Penn States Signs Agreement with Dubai Judicial Institute Announced this week, Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law will begin a collaboration with the Dubai Judicial Institute. The Dubai Judicial Institute is a law school located in the United Arab Emirates. The agreement between the two schools will…>read more

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Reports Finds 18 of 20 Largest Firms in Dallas Do Poorly with Diversity Recruiting A report released by the Dallas Diversity Task Force has rated the 20 largest law firms in Dallas in terms of diversity. Eighteen of those 20 firms were issued an ‘F’ for diversity and the remaining two firms were issued…>read more

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Kirstie Alley Backs Scientology and Tom Cruise Tom Cruise has been shed in an unfair light since his divorce from Katie Holmes on June 29 because of his beliefs in the Church of Scientology. Kirstie Alley, a fellow Scientologist, is defending Cruise and the church after reports…>read more

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US Census Bureau Says Poverty Line Stalls Data released by the Census Bureau on Wednesday shows that the poverty line stayed the same in 2011 compared to 2010 after the poverty line increased for three consecutive years. The data also shows that the number of Americans who…>read more

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U.S. Ambassador, Chris Stevens, Killed in Libya The U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was attacked by protestors and gunmen, killing the US Ambassador to Libya and three others from the US. The protests were in response to a film that criticizes Prophet Muhammad. The new president of Libya…>read more

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Reports: Foxconn Uses Students to Make iPhones The manufacturing partner of Apple, Foxconn Technology, is now facing claims that vocational students were compelled to work at plants that make the iPhone and its components. The company has said that it uses ‘interns’ on manufacturing lines but claims…>read more

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Pat Robertson Tells Viewer to Beat Wife after Converting to a Muslim Pat Robertson is at it again, making an offensive and rude comment on his television program. You can see the video, which is embedded in this post. Robertson has targeted people suffering from Alzheimer’s, homosexuals, atheists, adoptive parents, feminists, pagans,…>read more

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Former Tennis Player Attends Columbia Law School One of the students admitted to Columbia Law School’s master’s program is that of Mario Ancic, a lawyer from Croatia who has a win over Roger Federer in tennis. “I’m trying to be prepared for every class,” Ancic said in…>read more

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North Carolina Senator Resigns to Join Law Firm A republican legislator from Wake County, North Carolina, has resigned from his Senate seat to begin working at the law firm of Smith Anderson, located in Raleigh. Stevens never filed for re-election, which makes his early resignation a surprise for…>read more

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US Bond Rating Could be Cut by Moody’s On Tuesday, Moody’s Investors Service that it likely will cut its “Aaa” rating for U.S. government debt, likely by one notch, if negotiations fail when it comes to the budget. Beginning on January 1, spending cuts and tax increases totaling…>read more

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LANDLORD-TENANT ATTORNEY
USA-NY-Bronx

Bronx based boutique landlord-tenant firm with a busy practice seeks a full-time landlord-tenant attorney. The firm represents some of the largest and most reputable landlord and management companies ...