2004 annual meeting, austin, texas2004 annual meeting, austin, texas
The Society’s thirty-fourth annual meeting will be held Thursday-Saturday, October 28-30, in Austin, Texas. Registration materials and the draft program for the meeting are bound in the center of this newsletter
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Lssa council finalises position paper on the powers and functions of Public Protector’s OfficeLssa council finalises position paper on the powers and functions of Public Protector’s Office
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109b american bar association commission on domestic & sexual violence report to the house of delegates109b american bar association commission on domestic & sexual violence report to the house of delegates
Ved, That the American Bar Association urges federal, state, territorial, local, and tribal governments to enact civil protection order statutes regarding domestic, intimate partner, sexual, dating, and stalking violence that extend protection to
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Australasian Law Teachers\Australasian Law Teachers' Association Conference Legal Education in Australia – a never Ending Story Chief Justice Robert French ac
Related to that discussion are concerns about the effect of legal education upon law students. An incidental and important question is the extent to which the diversity of law jobs makes generalisations about the desirable outcomes of legal education
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Can ethics be taught?Can ethics be taught?
Lssa, in conjunction with the National Association of Democratic Lawyers, held a summit on professional legal ethics in Durban at the end of February
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Twenty years of democracy: nadel’s commitment to democratic debate and socio-economic justiceTwenty years of democracy: nadel’s commitment to democratic debate and socio-economic justice
The National Association of Democratic Lawyers (nadel) held its annual general meeting (agm) in Durban in February. The theme for the conference was ‘Twenty years of democracy – nadel’s commitment to democratic debate and socio-economic
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The honourable justice marshall presiding judges: the honourable james allsop ao, chief justiceThe honourable justice marshall presiding judges: the honourable james allsop ao, chief justice
Judges, Chief Magistrate Rinaudo, former Commonwealth Attorneys, The Honourable Michael Duffy, and The Honourable Mark Dreyfus, The Honourable Senator Conroy, State Attorney The Honourable Martin Pakula, State Treasurer, The Honourable Tim
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Learning the lessons of history: disputes and the olympic gamesLearning the lessons of history: disputes and the olympic games
Sydney. Finally, models and methods of dispute prevention, management and resolution will be outlined. The focus will be on non-sporting Olympic Games related disputes, but disputes in the broad sense, whether leading to litigation or not
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State Library of Western Australia Foundation Behind the Covers The Past – not such a Foreign CountryState Library of Western Australia Foundation Behind the Covers The Past – not such a Foreign Country
Governor, Mr Crisafulli, ladies and gentlemen. I am delighted to be able to join with members of the State Library of Western Australia Foundation this evening to celebrate and acknowledge its acquisition of the papers of the prominent 19th century Western
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The history of the seas undergraduate thesisThe history of the seas undergraduate thesis
Seas undergraduate thesis and places that history in the larger context of engineering education in America. It explains the rationale behind the requirement; how the thesis has evolved; and why seas is, in some respects
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Women and the Law Fall 1994 Goldfarb and Ellis I. Historical Background to Women and the LawWomen and the Law Fall 1994 Goldfarb and Ellis I. Historical Background to Women and the Law
Declaration of Sentiments-Seneca Falls -states the numerous ways in which women are
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Cite as: 7 Clinical L. Rev. 227 Clinical Law Review Fall 2000 Article *227Cite as: 7 Clinical L. Rev. 227 Clinical Law Review Fall 2000 Article *227
FN2] The push to revise legal institutions to allow expansion of lawyer-nonlawyer practices stems from the rapid growth and importance of large business consultancies
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With growing numbers of men joining the British armed forces during theWith growing numbers of men joining the British armed forces during the
They demanded the right to have their own possessions, to divorce their husbands, and to keep their children after divorce. The fight for women's rights was also called feminism, and involved many dedicated women
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