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Leadership Courses: Paving the Path for Future Attorneys

Written by: Dean Rosemary Queenan, Albany Law School; and Dean Mary Walsh Fitzpatrick, Esq.   There is a call to action to provide students with the opportunity to build leadership skills. This call originates, in part, from the changing legal … Continue reading

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Delta Regional Authority Provides an Alternative Path to a J-1 Visa Waiver

            International physicians who are in J-1 status in the United States become subject to 2 years home residency requirement. Physicians wishing to remain in the United States may be eligible to apply for a J-1 Visa Waiver if … Continue reading

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The Path From El Salvador to the Oregon Judiciary

(Russell J. Young) President Trump has painted Salvadorans with a broad brush as MS13 gang members. Here is a wonderful counter story. A new play tells the story of a Salvadoran immigrant who is now a judge. Here and here… … Continue reading

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Take The Path Of Most Resistance Early In Your Career

Take the path of most resistance early in your career. An expression you may not have heard, but perhaps wise advice for those looking to stretch early and become battle-hardened in-house counsel. “I get a lot of questions, but one … Continue reading

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“I Can Do It!” puts disabled on path to improved fitness and nutrition

Many individuals with disabilities are doubly challenged: they adapt their lives to accommodate a disability while simultaneously suffering from secondary maladies brought on by a lack of physical exercise. Nearly 50 percent of adults with a disability are not physically … Continue reading

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