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U.S. to open immigration office in Durham (Winston-Salem Journal)

A new federal immigration office is scheduled to open in Durham to supplement the only such office now in North Carolina. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Immigration law

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Is it time to change the way we write law review and law journal articles?

What is the purpose of writing an article which interprets and analyzes current situations relating to the legal field? Some may say that the purpose is to show the legal community (lawyers, judges and law professors) how sophisticated you are … Continue reading

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Could it happen here? Conns gun checks have holes like Virginias (Journal Inquirer)

Although Connecticut keeps a list people who have been involuntarily committed to mental hospitals by probate judges in order to prevent them from buying guns, there are gaps in the states reporting system that could let someone like Virginia Tech … Continue reading

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New Issue: Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 6, no. 2, 2018) is out. Contents include:Chie Kojima, Maritime Law Enforcement in Japan Hadyu Ikrami & Leonardo Bernard, Indonesia’s Maritime Governance: Law, Institutions and Cooperation Thi … Continue reading

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University of California takes on Elsevier journal subscription fees

Both the Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Education have stories about how the University of California system is trying to leverage its massive amount of research output – almost 10% of the research output of the United States … Continue reading

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