New York state's 15 law schools largely bounced back from an overall dip in scores last year, when eight schools posted lower bar pass rates for first-time candidates from a year prior, with New York
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To celebrate the anniversary of the top reporting on the top court, let me offer some tops of my own: the best judges, best decisions, best vindicated opinions and most notable firsts
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...program that aligns American values with the...immigrants and due progress," said Angela...attorney for the Center for Popular Democracy...
...following a two year investigation into conditions at the Erie County Holding Center ("ECHC") and the Erie County Correctional Facility ("ECCF"...
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