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Trump signs bill expanding college assistance for veterans

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed into law an updated veterans' education bill that marks the largest expansion of college assistance for military veterans in a decade. The Forever GI Act immediately removed a 15-year time limit on the use of GI benefits. Show More Summary

Trump authorizes expanded college assistance for veterans

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump has authorized the largest expansion of college assistance for military veterans in a decade. Trump signed a veterans' education bill into law Wednesday at his golf club in central New Jersey.

Stetson Seeks To Hire A Tax Prof

Stetson University College of Law invites applications for a full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty position for a dedicated teacher/scholar specializing in tax law. While we are particularly interested in receiving applications from experienced lateral candidates, we will consider hiring at all levels, with or without tenure. Stetson encourages applications from...

McMahon Wins University Of Cincinnati 2017 Teaching Award

2017 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching: For over 30 years, students at the University of Cincinnati College of Law have had the opportunity to recognize excellence in teaching by recognizing professors who distinguish themselves in the classroom, and whose accomplishments in research and public service contribute to superior performance...

Bird-Pollan Wins University Of Kentucky 2017 Teaching Award

UK Law's Jennifer Bird Pollan is 2017 Duncan Teaching Award Recipient: Jennifer Bird Pollan, James and Mary Lassiter Associate Professor of Law, is the recipient of the 2017 Duncan Teaching Award at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Every year, a UK Law faculty member is recognized for excellence...

Northern Kentucky University Hiring Announcement

From colleagues at NKU: NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, SALMON P. CHASE COLLEGE OF LAW, anticipates hiring up to two entry-level or junior lateral, tenure-track, J.D.-credentialed faculty members to begin in the 2018-2019 academic year. JOB DESCRIPTION/QUALIFICATIONS We are seeking stellar candidates … Continue reading ?

Checking In or Checking Out on Vacation?

College student: 'I am interested in pursuing law, and I was just wondering, on average, how many weeks of vacation a starting out lawyer would receive?' Columnist: "Ha, ha, ha. Oh my gosh! That's a good one. Next question." As if lawyers actually take vacations... it's more about......

North Carolina Passes An Entirely Misguided Restore Campus Free Speech Act

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

You will recall that we were just discussing a proposed law in Wisconsin that sought to do a number of things on college campuses, including limit the ability to protest and shout down controversial speakers, as well as mandating quite insanely that school administrations must "remain neutral" on the "controversial" topics of the day. Show More Summary

Things that have nothing to do with Keith Richards.

Drudge looks like this right now:Great photograph of Keith Richards. I'm really enjoying it, but... robot rape? The link goes to The College Fix: John Banzhaf, a well-known activist professor of public interest law at George Washington...Show More Summary

With Rare Unanimity, Senate Sends G.I. Bill Expansion to Trump

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The new law fixes some flaws, modernizes benefits and restores education benefits to thousands of veterans hurt when for-profit colleges failed.

Whoopi Snarks: ‘You Don’t Actually Have to Learn How to Shoot a Gun to Get a License’

After arguing students should be denied college admission based off of their race, the women at The View went on to argue students should be denied their Second Amendment rights as well. The rants were in response to a 2016 law passed in Texas that allows licensed gun owning students to conceal carry on campus. Show More Summary

"This is deeply disturbing. It would be a dog whistle that could invite a lot of chaos and unnecessarily create hysteria among colleges and universities..."

"... who may fear that the government may come down on them for their efforts to maintain diversity on their campuses."Said Kristen Clarke, president of the liberal Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, quoted in the NYT article...Show More Summary

One-Year Anniversary of Campus Carry Brings Changes to State Law

Today marks both the one-year anniversary of campus carry at Texas universities and the first day of campus carry at Texas junior/community colleges. This post One-Year Anniversary of Campus Carry Brings Changes to State Law appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Start of August brings more than 200 new laws for Louisiana

Louisiana children can bring sunscreen to school without a doctor's note, minors face tougher restrictions for getting an abortion and colleges can't ask unlimited questions about applying students' criminal histories, … Click to Continue »

Two aspiring cops: One was suspected of arson, the other helped catch him

Both men were aspiring law enforcement officers, studying criminal justice at Palomar College. Then their career paths diverged. One was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of setting an Encinitas church and school on fire, and the other was lauded for working undercover to help catch him....

Ousted Cincinnati Dean Jennifer Bard Named Penn State Visiting Professor

Press Release, Jennifer Bard to Join Penn State Law, College of Medicine as Visiting Professor: Jennifer S. Bard, an internationally recognized expert in the fields of law, public health and bioethics, will join the faculties of Penn State Law and the Penn State College of Medicine this summer for a...

News Coverage of Ninth Circuit Panel on Election Law with Brad Smith, Ann Ravel, and Me

SF Chronicle, Experts defend, oppose Electoral College, campaign finance rules Courthouse News Service, Voter Fraud Extremely Rare, Conference Panel Agrees   … Continue reading ?

Gerken:Law Schools (And Law Students) Have Much To Teach Universities About Campus Free Speech

Time op-ed: Campus Free Speech Is Not Up for Debate, by Heather Gerken (Dean, Yale): In this, the summer of our discontent, many college presidents are breathing a sigh of relief that they made it through a politically fraught spring without their campuses erupting. Nobody wants to be the next...

Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 102

This is the grave of Stephen Solarz. Born in 1940 in Manhattan, Solarz became interested in politics from a young age, received an MA in public law and government from Columbia in 1967 and taught for a year at Brooklyn College. He managed the House campaign for an anti-war candidate in 1966 and this made […]

Ohio State Hiring Announcement

From colleagues at Ohio State: Clinical Faculty Position The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law Description: The Moritz College of Law invites applications for the position of Assistant Clinical Professor of Law in its Entrepreneurial Business Law … Continue reading ?

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