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Donald Trump's 1995 Return: What The New York Times Missed

I have to make note of this piece by Katy Abbot - Jack Mitnick, Donald Trump;s Tax Accountant: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know. Mitnick, a 1956 graduate of New York City College and a 1960 New York University Law School grad who has held...Show More Summary

The Best (Columbia, NYU) And Worst (Pace, Seton Hall, Hofstra) New York Law Schools For BigLaw Jobs

Above the Law, The Best (And Worst) New York Law Schools For Biglaw Jobs: [O]ne tipster has gone through and actually broken down how many students from each New York area school are landing at specific Biglaw firms. Here’s the methodology: I scoured the websites of Cravath, S&C, DPW, Skadden,...

Presidential Election Law Forum at Fordham on Friday

Announcement via email: Friday, September 30, 2016 at Fordham Law School, 150 West 62 Street, New York City   Lunch and Welcome Reception (12:00 to 12:30) Panel 1 (12:30 to 1:50) (Moderated by Professor Jerry Goldfeder): Prof. Edward B. Foley … Continue reading ?

How are judges made in New York? Like sausage [in 5 steps]

Let’s say you’ve graduated from law school and passed the bar exam, and you aspire to the bench. A logical goal would be the state Supreme Court, which has 14-year terms, a $192,300... To view the full story, click the title link.

The Top 25 Cities For Law School Graduates

Good Call, 2016’s Best Places for Law School Graduates: Los Angeles is #7, ahead of New York (#40), Chicago (#151), Washington, D.C. (#129) and other large cities such as Atlanta (#45), Boston (#70), Dallas (#41), Houston (#18), Miami (#29), Philadelphia (#89), Phoenix (#88), and San Francisco (#42). Methodology: To determine...

Hillary Clinton’s story of a Vietnam era confrontation over law school admissions

“One of them even said: ‘If you take my spot, I’ll get drafted, and I’ll go to Vietnam, and I’ll die.’ And they weren’t kidding around. It was intense. It got very personal.” — Hillary Clinton, interview on Humans of New York, Sept. 8, 2015 Hillary Clinton’s recounting of her experience taking the law school […]

Hillary Clinton Opens Up To Humans Of New York

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

“I was taking a law school admissions test in a big classroom at Harvard. My friend and I were some of the only women in the room. I was feeling nervous. I was a senior in college. I wasn’t sure how well I’d do. And while we’re waiting for the exam to start, a group... The post Hillary Clinton Opens Up To Humans Of New York appeared first on Joe.My.God..

Quick Takes: Hillary Clinton on Surviving in a Man’s World

Here is what Hillary Clinton said on the “Humans of New York” Facebook page today. My only comment is: as a woman, boy can I relate! I was taking a law school admissions test in a big classroom at Harvard. My friend and I were some of the only women in the room. I... Read more »

Clinton On Humans Of NY: 'I Had To Learn As A Young Woman To Control My Emotions'

Hillary Clinton, fresh off of getting repeatedly interrupted by a man masquerading as a journalist, made a surprise appearance on Humans of New York today, discussing some of the misogyny she experienced while taking a law school admissions test in the mid-1960s. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton recounts harrowing sexism she experienced while applying for law school

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Brandon Stanton, the photographer behind the wildly popular Humans of New York blog and Facebook page, sat down with Hillary Clinton, who took a step back from hot-button political issues in favor of more personal matters. In her interview...Show More Summary

New York schools must test lead levels in water under law

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Schools must test their drinking water for lead contamination by no later than Oct. 31 under legislation signed Tuesday by Gov.

New York to probe Mylan for EpiPen contracts for schools

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

New York has opened a probe into whether Mylan Pharmaceuticals  broke antitrust law in writing contracts to provide EpiPens to some schools systems, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in a statement on Tuesday. A person briefed on the matter said the New York attorney general’s...

NY Times: Report Accuses Mexico’s President Of Plagiarism In Law School Thesis

New York Times, Report Accuses Mexico’s President of Plagiarism in Law School Thesis: Already reeling from corruption scandals and a declining security situation, President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico was accused on Sunday of plagiarizing nearly a third of his law school thesis, according to a report by an investigative...

New York State Bans Use of Unclaimed Dead as Cadavers Without Consent

2 months agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

A law signed this week ends a 162-year-old system that has required New York City officials to appropriate unclaimed bodies on behalf of medical schools and mortuary schools.

Non-Sequiturs: 08.19.16

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

Is it time for Mike Pence to act on pardoning a wrongfully convicted man? [Huffington Post] Let the postmortems begin: Who killed Gawker? [New York Magazine] Lewis & Clark Law School fails Communications 101. [Law and More] This is a huge step backwards for Title VII enforcement. Show More Summary

New York Law Journal Special Report On Law Schools

New York Law Journal Special Report, Law Schools: Harness the Skills of the Introverted Lawyer Heidi K. Brown, author and associate professor of law at Brooklyn Law School, writes: Introversion in the law profession is a gift. Once quiet law students and lawyers understand that they can be powerful advocates...

Are Schools Required to Provide Diabetes Care?

By Jim Cahill A look at the unsettled law surrounding children with type 1 diabetes and school diabetes care. On October 26, the New York Times wrote about the Pollard family of Seattle. Their ordeal began when Owen Pollard was denied admission to a neighborhood kindergarten and a private school on the basis that he had […]

Death Of Bernie Aidinoff

M. Bernard Aidinoff (Sullivan & Cromell, New York) died on August 8 at the age of 87. From the New York Times obituary (guest book): He graduated from the University of Michigan (Phi Beta Kappa) and the Harvard Law School (Magna Cum Laude) where he was an editor of the...

The Hunger Games: Valparaiso Law School Edition

Following up on my previous posts (links below): David Frakt (Law Office of David Frakt, Orlando, FL), The Hunger Games—Valpo Edition: According to the New York Times article, the school has now dramatically shrunk its entering class, and drastically cut its faculty and staff. One might assume from these facts...

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