Saturday, October 25, 2014
 

Past Issues - Spring 2012

 
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    As most of us come near to the end of our law school career, the next step is to apply for jobs. Most job applicants have a checklist before applying or...
    By Nancy Astifo | |
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    December 31, 2011 – New Year’s Eve.  President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act.  The $662 billion defense...
    By Jared Drucker | |
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    Please enjoy the new issue of The Jeffersonian.  Hot off the e-press.  As promised, it is at least 4% better than the previous issue.  Also, my...
    By Scott Greenwood | |
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    On January 23 of this year, The Supreme Court of the United States came down with a long anticipated decision addressing major issues relating to privacy...
    By Lindsey-Shannon Lee | |
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    With each player congratulating him as they made their way to the bench, Michigan State head basketball coach Tom Izzo could not hold back his emotions any...
    By Jared Pursley | |
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      Super Bowl XLVI (46) was a closely fought game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.  Saving readers an exhaustive recap on...
    By Rob Wasserman | |
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      One of the greatest achievements a student can obtain in law school, or any sort of educational institute for that matter, is scholarly publication....
    By Cory Lacy | |
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    At the end of a long day of studying Evidence in July 2010, I got up from my favorite study chair to go to bed.   I had been comfortable on my cushy...
    By Elizabeth Hilliard | |
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    January 23rd was the 39th anniversary of the Supreme Court of the United State'’s decision in Roe v. Wade, where the Court ruled that the right of...
    By Susy Prochazka | |
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    TEHRAN – On January 11th, two assailants on a motorcycle pull up along side a car, attach a magnetic bomb, and speed away.  BOOM!  That bomb...
    By Nicholas Arcamone | |