Tag Archives: Research

Criminology Research Questions Explored

In order to ensure success at receiving a degree in Criminology on the version of reputable college or maybe graduate program, it will be necessary with a single point and also other that students write research papers inside the perspectives … Continue reading

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Research Assistant – Social Insurance, Administrative, Employment Law Issues

Professor Gillian Lester seeks a research assistant to help investigate questions relating to the adjudication of Social Security Disability Insurance claims – how ALJ's are selected, the criteria they use for adjudicating claims. Research will also explore the process of … Continue reading

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Legal Research Guide: Egypt

The Law Library of Congress is please to present this new Legal Research Guide to Egypt. The guide includes an introduction, official sources of the law, the legislative process, the court system, and web resources. Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

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Administrative Conference Seeking New Director of Research & Policy

From Emily Bremer at the Administrative Conference of the United States: I'm an attorney advisor at the Administrative Conference and a regular reader of the Administrative Law Prof Blog. You may already be aware of this, but the Conference is… … Continue reading

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Why Stealing From Many Isn't Research

It's a quote that's nearly as famous as the word plagiarism itself: "To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research." The quote is routinely attributed to the comedian Steven Wright but it actually appears … Continue reading

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