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In his International Environmental Law column, Carter Ledyard & Milburn partner Stephen L. Kass discusses the current fracking debate in Europe and several Asian, African and Latin American countries
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Has anyone ever asked us to do this? Not at all. Do we have any kind of licence to do this? Not really. Did we receive a sternly worded letter from Wallace Shawnâs legal representatives in New York
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In their Government and Election Law column, Jerry H. Goldfeder of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and Myrna P?rez of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law reveal their election law top 10, i
Atlanta-based nonprofit Gideon's Promise has launched a new program called the Law School Partnership Project, aimed at making it easier for Southern public defenders to hire talented new law graduat
Gideon’s Promise—an Atlanta-based non-profit that trains and advocates for public defenders throughout the South—has launched its Law School Partnership Project, a new initiative ai
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