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The opening witness on Monday in the class-action antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA was Ed O’Bannon, who is the focus of the lawsuit, according to USA Today. Not long after U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken entered the courtroom, the lawyers…>read moreNo Comment June 10, 2014
Almost five months after the incident, a Los Angeles couple has been arrested and charged in court for hitting David Pregerson in Pacific Palisades with their car and then fleeing the scene without offering the injured 23-year-old any help. If…>read moreNo Comment May 31, 2014
UCLA Law School’s Amy Berenson Mallow, Assistant Dean for Career Services, stated that preparation should take place on several different levels. The first preparatory step is for students to know their resumes. The second step involves learning as much as…>read moreNo Comment April 18, 2014
After the Davis School District Library removed “In Our Mothers’ House” by Patricia Polacco from the shelves, and notified students to obtain parental permission before accessing the book, a parent sued the school district challenging the constitutionality of the restrictions.…>read moreNo Comment November 15, 2012
The National Conference of Bar Examiners, which administers portions of the California Bar Exam, filed an emergency motion on February 10 in the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. The NCBE wants the court to suspend a…>read moreNo Comment February 15, 2010
On Friday U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer of San Francisco ordered the National Conference of Law Examiners to accommodate Stephanie Enyart, a legally blind law school graduate attempting to take the California Bar exam. Enyart filed a suit against the…>read moreNo Comment February 1, 2010
Two top California law schools have created a DC internship program to expose law students to the intricacies of law- and policy-making. The for-credit UCDC Law Program brings students to the nation’s capital from the University of California Berkeley School…>read moreNo Comment March 9, 2009
Sidley Austin lawyers are asking as much as $1,100 an hour for bankruptcy work on Tribune Company, surpassing the rates charged by Weil, Gotshal & Manges in the Lehman Brothers case. Tribune, the Chicago-based newspaper publisher, filed for bankruptcy on…>read moreNo Comment December 30, 2008
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