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Govt. approves $5.75M to train captioners for deaf (9153)

Recognizing the pressing need for more closed captioners to fulfill the requirements of the 1996 Telecommunications Act and provide communication access to hard-of-hearing people, Congress recently approved $5.75 million in funding to train broadcast captioners. The funding is part of ...

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Rochester law firm takes to the stage for Law Day

As part of its celebration of Law Day, the law firm of Harter Secrest & Emery entertained students at two Rochester city schools. Attorneys, paralegals and secretaries presented a mock trial of the fairy tale, the Three Little Pigs. The ...

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Rochester law firm takes to the stage for Law Day (9143)

As part of its celebration of Law Day, the law firm of Harter Secrest & Emery entertained students at two Rochester city schools. Attorneys, paralegals and secretaries presented a mock trial of the fairy tale, the Three Little Pigs. The ...

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Albany Law School to offer new degree in the fall

The Master of Laws and Letters (LL.M.) is being offered at Albany Law school beginning in the autumn of 2002. Candidates may concentrate in one of four areas or design their own course of study. Prerequisite: Juris Doctor. Albany Law ...

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Albany Law School to offer new degree in the fall (9137)

The Master of Laws and Letters (LL.M.) is being offered at Albany Law school beginning in the autumn of 2002. Candidates may concentrate in one of four areas or design their own course of study. Prerequisite: Juris Doctor. Albany Law ...

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Hillary Clinton visits Academy of Law

U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to a group of students at John Marshall High School on Monday, recognizing the Academy of Law under Jack Hurley’s leadership, as a successful model within New York’s public school system.“Students involved in community ...

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Hillary Clinton visits Academy of Law (9139)

U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to a group of students at John Marshall High School on Monday, recognizing the Academy of Law under Jack Hurley’s leadership, as a successful model within New York’s public school system.“Students involved in community ...

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Access to sexual abuse case records denied

Is an attorney, a member of the Hornell School Board, entitled to review all records in the prosecution of a school janitor for alleged sexual abuse≠In Paul A. Argentieri v. Board of Education, Hornell City School District, the petitioner asked ...

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Access to sexual abuse case records denied (9130)

Is an attorney, a member of the Hornell School Board, entitled to review all records in the prosecution of a school janitor for alleged sexual abuse≠In Paul A. Argentieri v. Board of Education, Hornell City School District, the petitioner asked ...

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Albany Law School adds wagering law program

Bennett M. Liebman, former commissioner of New York State Racing and Wagering Board, and counsel to New York State Assembly Racing and Wagering Committee, has been named coordinator of Albany Law School’s recently created program on Racing and Wagering Law.“We ...

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Albany Law School adds wagering law program (9124)

Bennett M. Liebman, former commissioner of New York State Racing and Wagering Board, and counsel to New York State Assembly Racing and Wagering Committee, has been named coordinator of Albany Law School’s recently created program on Racing and Wagering Law.“We ...

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Celebrity sports gala benefits nonprofit org.

Receiving the proceeds of the 2002 New York State Sports & Entertainment Celebrity Gala for his not-for-profit organization, Operation Higher Learning, Inc., Nate Brown, Jr. thoroughly enjoyed his 15-minutes of fame last week as he rubbed elbows with some of ...

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