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Rob Kardashian Jr. Wants to be a Lawyer Like his Dad

Rob Kardashian Jr. Wants to be a Lawyer Like his Dad For Rob Kardashian Jr., the world has been his oyster, after piggybacking on the reality television career of his sister, Kim, and starring in the reality television show “Keeping up with the Kardashians.” Nevertheless, he has been looking for his…>read more

No Comment August 7, 2012

Law Student Pleads Guilty to the Robbing of his Transcript to Cover his Fudged GPA

Law Student Pleads Guilty to the Robbing of his Transcript to Cover his Fudged GPA It’s okay to fudge your GPA to secure an internship, since you can always bust into the university registrar’s office and intercept the request for your transcript. At least this is what Joshua Gomes must have thought, since he did…>read more

No Comment August 6, 2012

St. Thomas University Sued by Father of Car Accident Victim

St. Thomas University Sued by Father of Car Accident Victim Four people were killed in an auto accident after one of the drivers had ‘unlimited access’ to alcohol at a law school’s annual ‘Barrister’s Ball,’ according to the father of one of the victims. The four victims were Germania Huntington,…>read more

No Comment August 3, 2012

Concordia University School of Law Set to Open This Month

Concordia University School of Law Set to Open This Month Concordia University sent officials from the school to Boise back in 2007 in order to find areas where they could begin a law school. It has taken five years but the university is scheduled to open the doors of the…>read more

No Comment August 2, 2012

Judge, Former Graduate of Brooklyn Law, Refuses to Recuse himself from Case against Brooklyn Law School

Judge, Former Graduate of Brooklyn Law, Refuses to Recuse himself from Case against Brooklyn Law School On Wednesday, during a hearing in the Kings County Supreme Court against the Brooklyn Law School by alumni who said they were duped by the school’s employment data, Justice David Schmidt declined to recuse himself from the case. The judge,…>read more

No Comment August 2, 2012

Concord Law School of Kaplan University Celebrates 18th Graduation Ceremonies

Concord Law School of Kaplan University Celebrates 18th Graduation Ceremonies On Sunday July 28, Concord Law School of Kaplan University held its eighteenth graduation ceremony. The school is the country’s leading completely-online law school. The ceremonies took place in Los Angeles at the Skirball Cultural Center. The graduates were divided…>read more

No Comment August 1, 2012

Harvard Law School Forms Partnership with Qatar Foundation

Harvard Law School Forms Partnership with Qatar Foundation The Qatar Foundation and the Institute for Global Law and Policy from Harvard Law School have formed a partnership. The Qatar Foundation is an education and economic development organization. The two formed a partnership because a graduate law school is…>read more

No Comment July 31, 2012

Rachel Van Cleave Named Interim Dean for Golden State University School of Law

Rachel Van Cleave Named Interim Dean for Golden State University School of Law In a press release late last week, Rachel Van Cleave was announced as the interim dean for the Golden State University School of Law. Van Cleave is a Fulbright Scholar and has been the school’s Associate Dean of Academic Affairs…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2012

Ex-law Professor Sentenced to Sex-Offender Therapy For Indecent Exposure to His 24-Year-Old Student

Ex-law Professor Sentenced to Sex-Offender Therapy For Indecent Exposure to His 24-Year-Old Student Clark Griffith, while an adjunct law professor for William Mitchell College of Law, exposed himself to a student next to a busy road, last January. While Griffith, 70, maintains that he has been victimized by such accusations from the student,…>read more

No Comment July 27, 2012

University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring

University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring A class titled ‘International Corporate Compliance’ will be offered in the spring of 2013 by the University of Houston’s law school. The course will have curriculum that covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data analytics in compliance programs and internal…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

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International Tax Associate
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Prestigious foreign-based international law firm seeks 4th to 7th year U.S. tax associate for its New York office.  The candidate must have 4-7 years of experience in international taxation, pref...