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Columbia Journal Of Tax Law Publishes New Issue

The Columbia Journal of Tax Law has published Vol. 8, No. 1: Rifat Azam (Radzyner), Minimum Global Effective Corporate Tax Rate as General Anti-Avoidance Rule, 8 Colum. J. Tax L. 5 (2017) Shu-Yi Oei (Bostson College) & Diane M. Ring (Boston College), The Tax Lives of Uber Drivers: Evidence from...

CTC Adopts Campus Carry Policy Rejected as Too Dangerous by UT Regents

CTC, one of dozens of two-year colleges where Texas' campus carry law will take effect on Aug. 1, announced the policies at a Jan. 18 forum for students. This post CTC Adopts Campus Carry Policy Rejected as Too Dangerous by UT Regents appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Shu-Yi Oei Leaves Tulane For Boston College

Shu-Yi Oei, Hoffman F. Fuller Professor of Tax Law at Tulane, has accepted a lateral offer from Boston College, beginning Fall 2017). Here are Shu-Yi's recent publications: Can Sharing be Taxed?, 93 Wash. U. L. Rev. ___ (2016) (with Diane Ring) Human Equity? Regulating the New Income Share Agreements, 68...

GOT MEDIA SKILLS? LOOKING FOR A JOB? The University of Tennessee College of Law invites applicatio…

GOT MEDIA SKILLS? LOOKING FOR A JOB? The University of Tennessee College of Law invites applications for the position of Director of Communications.

Thousands Attend Sanders Health Care Rally

“Thousands of people showed up in freezing temperatures at a community college in Michigan on Sunday to support the federal health car law, one of several rallies Democrats are staging around the country to stoke resistance to Republican efforts to [...]

Morning Docket: 01.13.17

The University of Houston Law Center and the South Texas College of Law Houston (formerly known as the Houston College of Law and the South Texas College of Law) still haven't been able to resolve their trademark tiff. A judge has encouraged both law schools to "keep at it" to avoid a trial. Show More Summary

Federal Circuit Symposium at AU on Patent & TM law, Jan. 27

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Charleston, Florida Coastal Law Schools Fail 'Gainful Employment' Test, Will Lose Federal Student Loans If They Fail Again Next Year; Three Other Law Schools In Danger Zone

National Law Journal, Two Law Schools Get an ‘F’ for High Student Debt from Education Dept.: Two law schools have landed on the U.S. Department of Education’s list of college programs with extremely high student loan debt compared with graduates’ earnings. Florida Coastal School of Law and Charleston School of...

Did Chicago-Kent College of Law student win Monday's episode of 'Jeopardy?'

Warning: Spoilers ahead Jack Paleczny, a second-year Chicago-Kent College of Law student, performed well for much of Monday's episode of "Jeopardy" -- until the final exam. Paleczny, who grew up in Northbrook, incorrectly answered the "Final Jeopardy" clue about the late artist Vincent van Gogh...

The Unintended Consequence of California's Gun-Control Laws

In April 2014, community-college student Elliot Rodger went on a killing spree throughout Isla Vista, a small college town bordering the University of California, Santa Barbara. Rodger stabbed, shot, and ran over his victims, taking the lives of six people and wounding 14 more. Show More Summary

Lindsey leads Northwestern to 87-77 win over Penn State

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Scottie Lindsey scored 17 of his 31 points in the first half and Northwestern beat Penn State 87-77 on Tuesday in the Big Ten opener for both teams. Vic Law added 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Wildcats (12-2), who won their ninth straight. Show More Summary

Top Five Sports Law Stories For 2017

This year was another interesting year in sports law, highlighted by the Supreme Court's rejection of certiorari in O'Bannon v. NCAA --marking an end to six years of litigation over whether the NCAA can prevent colleges from sharing licensing revenues with their athletes. 2017 figures to be just as exciting year, [...]

Hospital readmission rates decrease after federal law levies financial penalties

(American College of Physicians) Financial penalties levied under the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program lead to the poorest performing hospitals to achieve the greatest reductions in readmission rates for common conditions. Show More Summary

Ohio's Kasich Signs New Gun Law Expanding Concealed Carry In Daycares, Colleges

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The new law will allow colleges and daycares to decide if they want concealed weapons on their premises; it will also extend to public areas of airport terminals.

Vocally Fried: Stereotypes, Nonverbal Behavior, and Societal Bias Against Women Attorneys

Michael J. Higdon, University of Tennessee College of Law, is publishing Oral Advocacy and Vocal Fry: The Unseemly, Sexist Side of Nonverbal Persuasion in volume 13 of Legal Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD (2016). Here is the abstract. In 2015, Naomi … Continue reading ?

Kurt Eichenwald, Hugh Jackman, Bud Sex, Coldplay, Pietro Boselli, Viral Proposal, Mobile Tree: HOT LINKS

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NYT. End the Electoral College: “The Electoral College, which is written into the Constitution, is more than just a vestige of the founding era; it is a living symbol of America’s original sin. When slavery was the law of the land, a...Show More Summary

Michigan electors in line to vote for Donald Trump

Electors in Michigan are in line to obey state law and vote for Republican President-elect Donald Trump. The state requires the 16 members of the Electoral College convening Monday at … Click to Continue »

Ivy League Professor: Democrats And Media Are Attempting A Coup Of The Electoral College

Guest post by Aleister at American Lookout: William Jacobson is a law professor at Cornell University. He also runs the... The post Ivy League Professor: Democrats And Media Are Attempting A Coup Of The Electoral College appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Electoral College Update: More Than Half The Number Of Electors Needed To Block Donald Trump From Becoming President On Verge Of Flipping Their Votes [Report]

This latest Electoral College update might not be music to Donald Trump’s ears. Harvard constitutional law expert Larry Lessig, who himself had ambitions of contesting for president, has revealed that 20 GOP electors, which is more than...Show More Summary

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