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Since Addison is regaling you with his riveting stories from the frontlines, I may as well mention that my third year started yesterday. There are distressingly few crim classes left for me to take; I probably could have put one off to take professional responsibility before the MPRE ("not a test to determine an individual's personal ethical values") in November. I'm hoping two things will help me to eke out a pass, in spite of my lack of formal schooling: multiple-choice super power is one; the other is Epstein advice -- always choose the second most ethical answer. I doubt I even... (more)
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"I Do Solemnly Swear . . .": Presidential Inaugurations
"I Do Solemnly Swear . . .": Presidential Inaugurations is available through The Library of Congress? American Memory database. "I Do Solemnly Swear . . ." provides access to over 2,000 digital files relating to presidential inaugurations from George Washington's in 1789 to George W...
Five Legal Resources from Deane Law Library
Recently, the Deane Law Library blog (Hofstra School of Law) has featured five resources or news that may be useful for legal research needs: Immigration Policy Center: The Immigration Policy Center is the research arm of the American Immigration Law Foundation...
The Bar Exam: A Waiting Game
I still have no news, other than an awkwardly worded apology that sounds/reads like it was written by my "BFF Jill"- it contains the word totally and "so" as in, they are "so sorry"...
Charter of Fundamental Rights: the Presidents of the Commission, European Parliament and Council sign and solemnly proclaim the Charter in Strasbourg
The Presidents of the Commision, European Parliament,and the Council today signed and solemnly proclaimed the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in Strasbourg, thus opening the way for the signing of the Treaty of Lisbon tomorrow...
Fifth District: Oaths
What happens when someone wishing to testify refuses to swear or affirm to tell the truth? A litigant in this case apparently had religious convictions contrary to such things. So he did not swear, and he did not affirm, which led the Fifth District to affirm the trial court's refusal to allow him to testify.
What Bush Does When He Finds Something Really Unconstitutional
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A favorite grudge against Sen. John McCain among conservative leaders and lawyers is that he sponsored campaign finance reform legislation that they deem to be a violation of the core First Amendment right to political speech...