A Census every 3 years?

Our Constitution calls for a Census every ten years to determine how many Representatives each State will have, (Article I, Section 3.) Starting with the 2000 census, under the Clinton administration, the Department of Commerce contracted with the American Community Survey to collect data on our population every three years. The ideal is to collect […]

LexisNexis Legal News for October 1, 2010

Among the stories on this video edition of LexisNexis Legal News, the U.S. Supreme Court agrees to decide whether counties that get drugs for their Medicaid programs through federal contracts have the right to sue drug companies that allegedly violate those contracts by overcharging for drugs, and, the Washington Supreme Court holds that a state law that criminalizes online gambling does not violate the dormant commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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LexisNexis Legal News Update for October 22, 2010

Among the stories on this video edition of LexisNexis Legal News, an Oregon federal jury has returned defense verdicts in a trial against the manufacturer of a drug infusion pump and a distributor and attorneys general from all 50 states as well as state bank and mortgage regulators have teamed up to investigate whether mortgage servicers have wrongfully initiated foreclosure proceedings by signing documents without confirming the accuracy of the information.

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The Case Method at IE Law School

Students talk to us about the case method methodology used at IE Law School.

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Legal News Headlines 6/7/2010

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Legal News Headlines for 6/7/2010

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) The U.S. stock market on Monday begins in a humbler place, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average back under 10,000 and the euro, the market’s gauge of Europe’s ability to stem its debt, at a four-year low.

BP oil spill update: Coast Guard says problems from spill could last for months.

Forex Pros — U.S. nonfarm payrolls grew at their fastest rate in a decade in May, but still at a slower pace than expected, official data showed on Friday.

Fox News: The Obama administration is asking the Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court decision that upheld Arizona’s right to punish employers for hiring illegal immigrants.

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Net Lawman Delivers Cost Effective Online Legal Services Down Under

After much success in the UK, online legal specialists Net Lawman have expanded their offering to the opposite side of the globe with the launch of Net Lawman Australia, delivering range of national and state specific documents for a fraction of the price found on the high street. With reports suggesting that the average cost […]

Alternative Law Careers: What to Do if You Don’t Want to be a Lawyer

Alternative Law Careers: What to do with your Law Degree if you don’t want to be a Lawyer. For more information and other great articles visit www.LawDegree.me You took the LSAT and after getting accepted to law school,  worked hard over three years reading, studying, writing and researching.  You spent night after night doing the […]

LexisNexis Legal News for July 14, 2010

Among the stories on this video edition of LexisNexis Legal News, more challenges to Arizona’s immigration law and the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals denies a motion to stay pending appeal the ruling enjoining the government’s six-month moratorium on offshore drilling operations in the Gulf.

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