Sunday, 27 July 2014

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  • Why law school's love affair with economics is terrible for the American legal ...

    06:00 | 27/7/14
    Since September, I've been encouraged to think about the law less as a journey toward justice and more as a means for distributing resources. In Civil Procedure, we examined the wisdom of allowing average .... By reducing everything to entries in a ... more»
  • SRC Community Chorus presents 'Quilters'

    06:00 | 27/7/14
    Canton Daily Ledger
    Seating is limited to 110 per performance. The production is ... The pioneer women are portrayed by a talented group of women. Julie Seeley ... Jackie Davis is stage manager with Robin Henry supplying the authentic set pieces and properties. Jim Florea ... more»
  • Thank You for Your Service: How One Company Sues Soldiers Worldwide

    05:48 | 27/7/14
    The same courts in Norfolk and Virginia Beach are favored by two similar companies headquartered in the area - Freedom Furniture and Electronics and Military Credit Services - that offer high-priced credit to military clientele. Together with USA ... more»
  • 2014 Alabama Football Position Previews: Running backs

    05:48 | 27/7/14
    One of the strengths for the upcoming season is a group of talented and diverse running backs. The third installment of an eight-part series counting down to the beginning of fall camp for the University of Alabama football program, TideSports. more»
  • In praise of train travel past

    05:37 | 27/7/14
    Pullman Rail Journeys was started in 2012 by Iowa Pacific Holdings, a company that owns or partners with several iconic passenger train lines in places like Macchu Pichu, the Rio Grande Valley in Colorado and Mount Hood in Oregon. more»
  • Super doubtful about the future of rugby

    05:25 | 27/7/14
    The Roar
    I have my doubts as to how a two-month competition can have any serious impact on our playing depth, especially considering the most recent Super Rugby season suggests we're not all that far behind our SANZAR partners when it comes to providing ... more»
  • Lawmakers complain Obama too aloof with Congress

    05:21 | 27/7/14
    Congressional frustration with the administration is not limited to the White House. Democratic Rep. Gerry Connolly implored the State Department last month to weigh in on a bipartisan resolution calling on Turkey to return confiscated Christian ... more»
  • Hooks, lines and thinkers

    05:15 | 27/7/14
    Otago Daily Times
    By mid-afternoon, however, the pro-business lobby group BusinessNZ had waded in with its view that the often apologetic Labour leader had no reason to say sorry for his regional plan which ''could help develop industry in the regions'' as long as it ... more»
  • An 'EU foreign policy' is a total nonsense

    05:15 | 27/7/14
    We scarcely seem able to hold our own in the ring with our European partners. When Mr Cameron suggested that it was unacceptable for France to be providing warships to a Russian regime that was militarily undermining Ukraine, a democratic sovereign ... more»
  • Sports Notes

    05:03 | 27/7/14
    Pacific Daily News
    These training sessions are open to all players interested in representing Guam in upcoming local and international competitions in both 3-on-3 and 5-on-5. more»
  • US should copy Canada's immigration policies: Guest opinion

    05:03 | 27/7/14
    The Oregonian
    Currently, there is virtually no way for a Mexican or Central American citizen to legally enter the United States. At the same ... That equates to $400 million to help fund improved border security and money diverted away from Mexican criminals. For ... more»
  • Second chances on chain gang

    04:52 | 27/7/14
    Fletcher Construction, which once had a flat "no convictions" policy, is involved, using Rolleston inmates to repair earthquake-damaged homes in Canterbury. more»
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