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Bruce wrote in The Epoch Times just recently December 18th about peak insanity and the example you use was the University of Toronto law department where they talked about they wanted to bring up an indigenous case a real-life indigenous case of alcoholic parents giving the kids over to a non Aboriginal couple CAS and

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At Wilmington College, faculty members do not view our students as temporary members of our community who are just here to get a degree and move on with their lives. Instead, we work with our students to gather a unique set of tools that will help prepare them to become valued members of their communities

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Luber: Hey everyone – Marc Luber here – today on JD Careers Out There we’re looking at what it’s like to use your law background as a journalist – so stick around! [theme song] Alright, today’s guest is Jill Schachner Chanen, who left the practice of law for a career in journalism. Today she’s the

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– When I went to law school, they didn’t allow you to work at all your first year. You cannot work. So I’m like, “Wow,” you know, and I really took advantage of it. I mean, I was studying more than ever in my life, but one test determines your whole grade. Didn’t miss classes,

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Luber: Today on JD Careers Out There we�re exploring careers in employment law so stick around. [theme song] Hey everyone, I�m Marc Luber and today�s guest is Mike Maslanka. He�s an employment lawyer practicing in Dallas, Texas where he�s a partner with Constangy Brooks and Smith representing employers. Mike�s been listed as one of the

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Once we have decided that there is a statutory basis for personal jurisdiction, we then proceed to the second step of the two-step dance which is to ask whether exercising jurisdiction would comply with the Constitution. Recall that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment provides that a state “shall [not] deprive any person

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– My long, strange journey to the law, how I found it and how it found me, today on The Legalist. (gentle music) Hello, I’m Lee Davis. I’m an attorney, and owner of Lee Davis Law in Atlanta, Georgia, and this is The Legalist. Today, I’m going to tell you my story of how I

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It has so many aspects of every portion that’s offered here in the liberal arts. We take into consideration philosophy, ethics and philosophy business, international relations, political theory, political science and all of those intertwine in some way or another. We think it’s a pretty unique program. It’s an opportunity for students to really engage

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