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Monica Justin, J.D. Nov 13
I checking for any updates on one of my LLM modules... found that I need to add at least 2 more books (not counting articles) to my reading list when I have maybe made way with 1/4 of the orig readings 😅😓😰
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Kirsten Murray 17h
Police powers and responsibilities is covered in .
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J Charles Nov 6
Interesting listen for teachers looking at regulatory compliance and the impact of enforcement or lack thereof
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Baby 2 KINGs 2:7-25 👑⚡ Nov 12
✍️ In Between Here AND There: I Need To Go On For A Few... In My D.C. Law Library - § 7–2502.12. Definition of self-defense ... Thank YOU 😘🙌
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VCTA Nov 11
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J Charles Nov 13
Great PD opportunity for teachers and providers
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UTP Politics Nov 13
delves into the realities of prison work in Canada in her new book. She shows how officer attitudes toward prisoners shape their prison experiences as well as that of those in custody and those in prison administration
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Duke University Press 13h
Read the intro to Irus Braverman and Elizabeth R. Johnson's Blue Legalities, free online.
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BBD UNIVERSITY Nov 8
The School of is proud to present "Lex Concurso - An Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition" for all the legal studies students. So showcase your knowledge and be the best to come up victorious.
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Kirsten Murray Nov 12
👍 Totally agree! I used to use a fun size, normal size and king size chocolate bar to teach civil $ limits in the courts
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J Charles Nov 10
NSW schools closures tomorrow
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Cambridge Law 14h
"The gig economy: a hypothetical contract analysis" highlights how gig and casual workers assume most of the disadvantages associated with orthodox employment and self-employment, while enjoying none or few of the corresponding advantages:
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Samantha Hyde Nov 10
One of the kids in my class brought this up today as we were talking about evidence. If police believe footage is damning enough to alter/delete, then we need to take a serious look at what police are doing.
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J Charles Nov 12
Interesting thread for teachers on the upcoming special leave determination by the
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J Charles Nov 6
This thread is very useful for teachers covering the Young Offenders section of the syllabus.
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Shauna C. Bryce | Career Development for Lawyers Nov 11
Attorney coach and UCLA law lecturer Judith Gordon talks about "why law school is so stressful and what students can do to manage their classroom anxieties."
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Kirsten Murray Nov 7
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CCPS Advising Center Nov 13
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SentencingCouncilVic Nov 6
Attention Year 12 students - ‘How Courts Sentence Adult Offenders’ is a handy study aid:
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Christopher Mullins Nov 7
Looking forward to discussing part of my research on the history of the laws of war
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