Last week, troubled for-profit college company ITT Tech settled a series of lawsuits brought by shareholders that charged ITT with various securities law violations. Under the agreement, approved preliminarily by Manhattan federal judge J. Show More Summary
Saima Ahmad is a 20-year-old law student in London who, like most humans, is a major fan of Kit Kats. According to Metro, Ahmad purchased eight Kit Kat bars and then discovered that none of the bars had wafers, aka the hallmark of aShow More Summary
A university student is demanding that Nestle provide her with a lifetime supply of Kit Kat bars after she purchased a multi-pack that was waferless. Saima Ahmad, a 20-year-old law student at King’s College London, purchased a multi-pack of eight Kit Kats for £2 ($2.88) last month, and was shocked when she bit into the... Show More Summary
A mediocre high school athlete of non-American parentage leaves his palm-tree-lined hometown to bounce between multiple colleges, eventually earning a political science degree and attending law school. He begins his political career in an area dominated by an urban machine. After serving eight years in a state legislature and lecturing at a local college, he […]
Auburn is one of 17 universities in the South that a civil rights group says include broad questions about contact with the legal system on admissions forms.
Please take this Reagan-era law, which mandates a drinking age of 21 in every state, and throw it out a second story window [John Steele Gordon, Commentary] Earlier here, here, etc. Tags: alcohol, colleges and universities Uniform Drinking Age Act of 1984 is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
ASHE SCHOW: Due process advocates starting 2016 off strong. “Advocates for due process on college campuses have come out in full force in the first months of 2016. Law professors, legislators, editorial boards and even a presidential candidate have stepped up to defend the constitutional rights of those accused of sexual assault on college campuses.”
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One day after Ted Cruz told college students in New Hampshire that he had no health insurance because President Barack Obama's health care law caused the cancellation of his coverage, the Republican presidential candidate's campaign walked back that assertion late Friday. Show More Summary
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The Oregonian, Lewis & Clark College Names Janet Steverson New Dean of Diversity and Inclusion: Lewis & Clark College on Friday named Janet Steverson, a longtime law school professor, as its first Dean of Diversity and Inclusion. Steverson, 54, has taught at the private Southwest Portland college for more than...
When a friend pitches second year law student Christine Reade on a unique way to finance college – and have a little fun – she finds herself deeply drawn into the world of The Girlfriend Experience. Starz’s new series The GirlfriendShow More Summary
Marisa Boyette, 21, an economics and accounting major at Georgia College, is familiar with the laws of supply and demand. She’s well aware that the two tickets she holds for Adele’s concert in Atlanta could fetch much more than the $150...Show More Summary
By Dr. Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt, Director, Human Rights in Business Program, Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, American University Washington College of Law Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. They are in your mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and cameras, and even power electric cars. But … Please continue reading.
Two federal complaints alleging Bard College violated gender equity law Title IX were filed against the school last month, shortly before the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights began investigating the private institution...Show More Summary
The Jerry Falwell-founded college invited Donald Trump to speak on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Liberty University Law student Eli McGowan said he couldn’t believe his eyes when he realized the day presidential candidate Donald Trump will speak at Liberty University also is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. “I said ‘No, it can’t be,” he [...]
Trinity University joins 19 other private colleges that have opted out of Texas' "campus carry" law. The post 20 Texas Private Colleges Are Opting Out Of State’s Campus Carry Law, Citing Safety Concerns appeared first on ThinkProgre...
Two years ago, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls teamed up with Alexandra, yours truly, and the rest of the crew at Know Your IX to make a pretty wonky law accessible to the college students it protected, via a short video on the “nine things to know about Title IX in 89 seconds.” We knew from our experiences organizing with student survivors […]
The Legal Education Committee of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) requests proposals for a $20,000 grant to host an academic symposium on trust and estate law during the 2017-18 academic year: The ACTEC Foundation Symposium is intended to be the premier academic symposium on trust and...
The College of European Commissioners will have debate on controversial new laws in Poland, according to European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas.