Tag Archives: Students

Jury Awards Former Students $540,000 in Nevada Lawsuit

The Clark County School District in Nevada has been ordered by a jury to pay some former students $540,000 because of an attack that happened on school property in 2013. Plaintiffs in the case say that Canyon Springs High School, … Continue reading

Posted in Business law | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

When you finish grading your students, grade your own performance.

At this time of year, many law professors feel a certain sense of despair. After pulling themselves out from under a mountain of final exams and papers, they must eventually turn their attention to their students’ evaluation of the course. … Continue reading

Posted in Law Students | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Hope for Unemployed Law Students Taking the Bar Exam

The post Hope for Unemployed Law Students Taking the Bar Exam appeared first on IAJ Law, LLC. Taking the bar exam as an unemployed law student can be overwhelming when students are just trying to pass their test.   In … Continue reading

Posted in Employment and Labour Law | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Allowing Students to Access Sunscreen Without Restriction

Each summer, parents slather sunscreen on their children to minimize sun damage. But during the school year, many children cannot use sunscreen without a doctor’s note. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers sunscreen an over-the-counter drug, which has … Continue reading

Posted in Administrative law | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Students with Disabilities More Likely to Be Punished in Schools – Especially If They Are Black

Recent reports have indicated that disabled students, and especially black students with disabilities, face inequitable disciplinary action in schools. Here, we’ll first discuss how schools punish students with disabilities at much higher rates than their non-disabled peers. We’ll then examine … Continue reading

Posted in Medical malpractice law | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment