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a student in law school

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The wake of 22-year-old Horacio Castillo III, a freshman University of Santo Tomas (UST) law student who died last Sunday, has been set up at Santuario de San Antonio chapel in Makati City.
Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) trains and mobilizes law students and new lawyers across the country to foster legal expertise and support for the realization of reproductive justice.
Law students looking to verify that they really understand the topics they're studying can reinforce their skills with Evidence Challenge from LexisNexis.
Neuroscience-based recommendations uncover the power of self-directed neuroplasticity in every law student, law professor, and lawyer to optimize cognition.
The partnership allows Campbell Law students to experience the privileges and professional development opportunities afforded to WCBA members, and provides them with an avenue for networking, engagement, and interaction.
For this reason, popular literature on law school can usually be divided into two groups: the painful memoir and the indignant expose Scott Turow's classic One L--which succeeded in scaring two generations of incoming law students witless, and to which Litowitz alludes in his subtitle--is the former, as is Broken Contract, by Richard Kahlenberg.
Lazarus, a third-year law student at Case Western University, reasoned that the definition of marriage enshrined by a 2004 ballot initiative known as Issue I precluded Burk's girlfriend from charging him under the state's domestic violence law.
The firms each provide representatives to sit in on student interviews and to give the legal advice based on the research done by the law student.
It's important to go back to those places that are hostile," says Lawrence Robinson, 23, a first-year law student at New York University who's already planning to use his degree to fight homophobia back home in Arizona.
Help a local law student by volunteering as an ATLA mentor.
A former law student at TV preacher Pat Robertson's Regent University has settled a lawsuit he filed against the school after fellow students accused him of being a "demon.
I just want you to swallow your pride, forget about what's been said and do what's best for students," said Zachary May, a first-year law student.
His diary gets so detailed that at one point he even describes his system whereby he is able to skip the majority of his classes and still receive above average marks -- good reading for any prospective law student.
Community organizations, law school professors, student groups and others brought a [sections] 1983 action alleging that a state supreme court rule that imposed additional regulations on the operation of law student clinics throughout the state violated their First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
A law student who is a Christian can be challenged to consider how one can be an effective trial lawyer while forgiving seventy times seven or turning the other cheek.