Monthly Archives: March 2013

EVENT: Penn Law “Diversity in Education” Panel 3/28/13

The following is a message from Stephanie Shyu, Chair of the Diversity Committee at the University of Pennsylvania Law School: Penn Law “Diversity in Education” Panel 3/28 The committee is hosting a panel this Thursday, March 28th titled “Diversity in … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania House Passes Victim Advocate Parole Law | By Tony Romeo | 3/20/13

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The state House has passed and sent to the Senate a bill to ensure that victims or their representatives have a voice when someone who committed a violent crime against them is up for parole. The legislation was … Continue reading

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Pa. Law Enforcement Wants Easier Access to Your Internet Activities | By Eric Boehm | PA Independent | 3/17/13

Should law enforcement have easier access to Pennsylvanians’ Internet records? HARRISBURG – Law enforcement officials say they should not have to go to a judge before seeking personal data about Internet users in Pennsylvania. The state House is set to vote early next week on … Continue reading

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Temple Law SPIN’s Live and Online Auction Funding Public Interest Internships | Please Consider Bidding & Sharing With Your Networks 3/18/13 to 3/24/13

Here is the description of the auction: Welcome to the 2013 Live and Online Auction brought to you by Temple Law’s Student Public Interest Network (SPIN). All proceeds go to funding our students, who are working at unpaid public interest … Continue reading

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