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Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
When he started law school, Sergio Garcia says he had no idea his application to the State Bar would set off a fight over immigration policy
Originally Published: The Recorder
...creative in order to up their enrollment of African American, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and multiracial students. They've increased their outreach to minority...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...named in the Second Amended Complaint resided in New Jersey, are of Latino origin, and were allegedly subjected to unlawful and abusive raids conducted under...
...Dallas, has been named 2008 Latino Lawyer of the Year by...the District 7 and 14B subcommittees of the Unauthorized Practice of...
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