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Program on Federal Civil Rights Litigation offered

Want to be a trial attorney? Here’s a continuing education program that can help to pave the way. The Rochester Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) has partnered with Volunteer Legal Services Project (VSLP) to offer a ...

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University of Rochester med students participate in mock trial

The case involves a woman who has been shot. She is unable to move any part of her body from below the neck. She needs a ventilator in order to breath. She chose to have the ventilator removed and has ...

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Groups unite to teach elderly about legal issues (8143)

The month of May has been designated nationally as Older Americans Month. The Monroe County Bar Association, in conjunction with Catholic Family Center, Jewish Family Service, LIFESPAN, WXXI, Monroe County Legal Assistance Corp. and Monroe County Office for the Aging ...

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Groups unite to teach elderly about legal issues

The month of May has been designated nationally as Older Americans Month. The Monroe County Bar Association, in conjunction with Catholic Family Center, Jewish Family Service, LIFESPAN, WXXI, Monroe County Legal Assistance Corp. and Monroe County Office for the Aging ...

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Request to reargue summary judgment motion granted (8123)

A Monroe County Supreme Court Judge has granted Manufacturers and Traders Trust Co.’s request to reargue their motion for summary judgment against Empire National Leasing, Inc. In Manufacturers And Traders Trust Co. v. Empire National Leasing, Inc. the plaintiffs sought ...

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Request to reargue summary judgment motion granted

A Monroe County Supreme Court Judge has granted Manufacturers and Traders Trust Co.’s request to reargue their motion for summary judgment against Empire National Leasing, Inc. In Manufacturers And Traders Trust Co. v. Empire National Leasing, Inc. the plaintiffs sought ...

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Law school can't use race as admissions factor (8055)

Since 1948, the Law School Admission Test has been a focal point in determining who gets admitted to law schools. That may be changing in light of legal battles over affirmative action and the most recent decision by U.S. District ...

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Law school can't use race as admissions factor

Since 1948, the Law School Admission Test has been a focal point in determining who gets admitted to law schools. That may be changing in light of legal battles over affirmative action and the most recent decision by U.S. District ...

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Panel to discuss the music industry and Internet (8049)

Have you been following the Napster litigation≠ Then you might want to plan a weekend trip to Massachusetts around April 21 to sit in on four panel discussions and a keynote address about the future of the music industry.All Shook ...

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Panel to discuss the music industry and Internet

Have you been following the Napster litigation? Then you might want to plan a weekend trip to Massachusetts around April 21 to sit in on four panel discussions and a keynote address about the future of the music industry.All Shook ...

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Lawyers must adjust to changes in today's practice (8044)

The doctrine that decisions should stand as precedents for guidance in cases arising in the future (stare decisis) may be fundamental to the American legal system, but it will likely be the death of a modern day law practice. This ...

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