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Law grads face job market challenges

Figures released by the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) in early June paint a disappointing picture for recent law school graduate job placement. The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit law school graduate career planning and development firm ...

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Assistant PD taking leave to teach at SU

Erik R. Teifke, a Monroe County special assistant public defender, has been appointed a practitioner-in-residence at the Syracuse University College of Law. He will be the director of the college’s Criminal Defense Clinic for one year beginning in early July.

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Roberts Wesleyan College SIFE students rank high

Roberts Wesleyan College’s Students In Free Enterprise are among the top eight teams in the nation out of more than 575 teams. The local team placed as first runner-up recently in the semi-final round at the 2011 SIFE National Exposition in Minneapolis.

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UB Law dedicates new conference center

Two well-known names in the Buffalo legal community have a permanent home at the University at Buffalo Law School, which dedicated its Cellino and Barnes Conference Center on Thursday.

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New digs for UB Law

The University at Buffalo Law School is getting a makeover. The centerpiece of the project — a brand new glass vestibule entranceway in John Lord O’Brian Hall — will be ready in time for graduation festivities this weekend.

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HS counselor to be next Rochester schools chief

A former school board president is expected to be named interim superintendent of Rochester's public school system, replacing the man chosen to run Chicago's schools. Rochester Teachers Association President Adam Urbanski ...

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Cuomo reveals big plan, funding for SUNY centers

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced a funding competition for the State University of New York’s four university centers to grow, hire more faculty and raise tuition. The SUNY 2020 program based on a long proposed model ...

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State OKs new FLCC paralegal certificate

The state Education Department has approved a new paralegal certificate program at Finger Lakes Community College that will allow those who already have college degrees to move into the profession more quickly. Starting in fall 2011, eligible students can begin the 33-credit program ...

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