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    Revealed: single offender has been jailed nearly 200 times

    09:10, May 23 5 0

    A single offender has been sentenced to almost 200 jail terms of less than six months in their lifetime, new figures reveal, renewing calls for an overhaul of the justice system to curb the use of ineffective short sentences.
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    Median pay for new associates jumps nearly 15%, NALP survey says

    08:18, May 23 8 0

    Photo by Khongtham/Shutterstock.com. The median salary for first-year associates was $155,000 at the beginning of the year, a jump of $20,000 from 2017, according to figures released Wednesday by the National Association for Law Placement.
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    The benefits of 21st-century word processing tools for lawyers

    07:27, May 23 15 0

    Nicole Black Lawyers create documents—a lot of them. Day in and day out, regardless of practice area, all sorts of documents are created by your law firm, including letters, pleadings, contracts, legal memorandums and wills. It’s safe to say that the creation of documents is an inescapable part of practicing law.
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    An ambassador for human rights won’t convince the world that Britain cares

    06:36, May 23 10 0

    The foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has created a new role of ambassador for human rights, which, according to a Foreign Office statement, “demonstrates the UK’s commitment to defending human rights globally”. Plainly it does nothing of the sort. What it demonstrates is the government’s desperation to repair the reputational damage incurred as its support for the worst human rights abusers of the Middle East comes under increasing scrutiny.
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    Western State College of Law submits proposed teach-out plan to ABA

    11:08, May 22 18 0

    Logo from WSULaw.edu. Western State College of Law, which is part of the embattled Argosy University System, has submitted a proposed teach-out plan with the ABA after losing its federal student loan money, being placed in receivership and conducting a search for an acquisition partner.