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Study from Nerd Wallet Finds Law School Still Worth Attending A new study, performed by NerdWallet, analyzed the top 50 law schools in the United States and also used data from the American Bar Association and the schools’ salary reports. The study from NerdWallet shows that private sector salaries still…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2012

Man Who Cooked Then Served Genitals Faces Indecent Exposure Charges Mao Sugiyama, an artist who cooked and served his own genitals, is facing two years in prison. Sugiyama served his genitals to a group of cannibals who paid to attend the dinner. Mao is from Tokyo and has been charged…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Miracle Dog Makes Miraculous Recovery Back on March 16, 2011, a starving puppy was found in a trash chute by an apartment building’s superintendent in New Jersey. The dog was in a plastic bag and was found moments prior to being crushed by the trash…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Paris Hilton Recorded Making Comments about Gay Men Paris Hilton is receiving incredible amounts of criticism after she made comments about gay men. Hilton made her comments during a taxi ride in New York City on September 7 and her comments were secretly recorded, according to her team.…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

iPhone 5 to be Added to Samsung Lawsuits Against Apple The Apple iPhone 5 is going to be added to lawsuits already open that have been filed against Apple by Samsung Electronics Co. The new iPhone should be in stores this Friday and it is already a hit as 2…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Students in Chicago Return to Classroom Students in Chicago returned to the classroom on Wednesday, which was less than one day after teachers ended their strike of seven days. Delegates for the union voted on Tuesday night to suspend the walkout after they looked over a…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Former Dean of University of Mississippi School of Law Dies On Friday, Joshua Morse III, the former dean of the University of Mississippi School of Law, passed away at home at the age of 89. He was living in Tallahassee, Florida at the time of his death. Morse was responsible…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Forensic Tests Results Released in George Zimmerman Case According to data released from forensic tests, the only DNA identified on the hand grip of the gun used to shot Trayvon Martin belonged to George Zimmerman. The results found rule out that Martin’s DNA was on the grip of…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

New York Law School Announces Pro Bono Initiative The dean of New York Law School, Anthony W. Crowell, said in a press release that the school has started a Pro Bono initiative that complies with requirements from the New York Court of Appeals. The program will help students…>read more

No Comment September 20, 2012

Shareholders of AIG Do Not Want Settlement Delayed Lawyers for American International Group Inc shareholders argued that the attorney general for New York should not postpone a $115 million settlement between them and the former chief executive of the insurer. The settlement was agreed upon in 2009 and…>read more

No Comment September 19, 2012

Job of the Day
Corporate Associate with 2-3 years of Corporate Law Experience
USA-DC-Washington

Top international law firm is seeking a corporate associate for their DC office, with 2-3 years of corporate law experience, to focus on global reorganizations matters. While prior experience with reo...