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I've been railing against both the credit card industry and the bankruptcy "reform" act for years now. Here's, in relevant part, what I said in March 2005 (in a blog comment, along with a variety of less temperate things): Third, how about abusive practices as to consumers as well as to the democracy? The fact that the credit card companies DELIBERATELY TARGET THE FINANCIALLY UNSOPHISTICATED -- as can be seen most dramatically by setting foot on most any college campus (especially large state universities) about the start of the academic year, when they sucker college freshmen into signing up for these ...
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LSAT Diary: Married MBA Student and HR Manager
This LSAT Diary is from Chrissie, a 30-year-old married HR Manager and part-time MBA student. She scored a 165 on the February 2010 LSAT using a version of my 3-month LSAT study schedule and my recommended books . If you want to be in LSAT Diaries , please fill out this survey . Here's Chrissie's LSAT Diary : The idea of law school popped into my head one night as I sat in an employment law class while pursuing my MBA. Being an HR (human resources) professional, this particular class naturally piqued my interest as I use many of the basic tenets of labor law in my daily work tasks. However, as this class unfolded, I ... market research, surveys and trends
The Art of Sur-Vival between the Religious and the Aesthetic in ...
Comunicare prezentată în cadrul conferinței Balcanicum IX. Religie și politică în Europa de Sud-Est, Poznan-Gniezno, Polonia, 28-30 septembrie, 2009 și publicată în volumul conferinței. Mottos: Art is God’s nostalgia. (Nicolae Steinhardt) Once a man has been tortured, there is a part of him that never stops feeling the pain. (Salman Rushdie) In his very recent Critical History of the Romanian Literature, the Romanian critic Nicolae Manolescu, speaks about, while also quoting another contemporary critic Eugen Negrici, the instauration, after 1948, “of a political religion in Romania” , by this referring to the Communist political ... market research, surveys and trends

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Law and Letters: March 2008
From some blogger called "infinite injury" (whose blog I've never seen before, and which seems to be pretty random), the following extremely good idea : Instead of those individuals with the best defenses taking them trial we see just the opposite happening in the RIAA cases. While there are many individuals whose cases raise tough questions about the accuracy of the RIAA’s identifications or whether merely making songs availible constitutes infringement the case that was most throughly defended so far was that of Jammie Thomas who insisted on claiming she hadn’t even made the songs available despite the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Law and Letters: taking "green" to ridiculous extremes
"Lots of really marvelous stuff" -- Larry Solum. "A particularly nice mix of academics and introspection" -- Dan Filler. "I think that she writes very substantively, and interestingly." -- Ann Bartow. "A must read blog--no qualifiers." -- Dave Hoffman. "One of the most entertaining and elegantly written blogs anywhere." -- Jim Chen. "I like your blog, too." -- Orin Kerr. "Your blog is awesome." -- Kermit Roosevelt III. "Belle, you are mighty too." -- Jeremy Freese. posted by Belle Lettre at 11:07 PM I recycle, walk everywhere, take the bus or ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Book Review: Sanshiro (Penguin Classics) by Natsume Soseki
Murakami digresses on his late in life discovery of the famous Japanese writer, and details how his early financial struggles (before Murakami became a famous writer himself) led to his discovery. Apparently, Murakami could barely afford books back in the early 1970s, and Sanshiro was one of the few novels his wife owned. Although Murakami spends more time discussing himself in his introduction than Soseki’s work, he does detail a bit of background for those Westerners who might not be familiar with the novel. Sanshiro is the first part of a trilogy, which is followed by Soseki’s later novels And Then , and The Gate ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Seven letters make a big difference
Members of the Illinois Minutemen want to make it clear: They are not against immigration, as was mistakenly stated in Sunday's article on the local protest, and counterprotest, of the Arizona immigration law. They are against ILLEGAL immigration. Following Sunday's story, which referred to the Minutemen as being against immigration, The Sun received several e-mails. Richard Biesiada of the Minuteman Project speaks Saturday to supporters of Arizona's anti-illegal-immigration bill at the Naperville Municipal Center. Kate Dougherty / For The Sun "The article misrepresented the Minutemen and everyone else in ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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THE COMMUNITY OF LAW AND LETTERS: SOME NOTES ON THOMAS USK'S AUDIENCE
COMMUNITY OF LAW AND LETTERS. Suffolk, and Robert Vere, earl of Oxford.'3 But they could hardly have been interested in what Usk had to say, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Widespread Data Breaches Uncovered by FTC Probe: FTC Warns of ...
The Federal Trade Commission has notified almost 100 organizations that personal information, including sensitive data about customers and/or employees, has been shared from the organizations’ computer networks and is available on peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing networks to any users of those networks, who could use it to commit identity theft or fraud. The agency also has opened non-public investigations of other companies whose customer or employee information has been exposed on P2P networks. To help businesses manage the security risks presented by file-sharing software, the FTC is releasing new education materials ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Career Center - Law School - Letters of Recommendation
Letters of recommendation are required for almost every law school application and are a very important part of the application process. Usually grades and LSAT scores factor in most heavily; however, your letters of recommendation could be the deciding factor in the admission process. Strong letters of recommendation can strengthen your application and if there are deficiencies in your application, they can help to outweigh them. How many letters of recommendation do I need? Each institution will let you know how many letters it requires-usually two to three. If you have more letters than required, you can ...
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Law School: Letters of Recommendation and Personal Statement, law ...
Hi Mr. Zelmanow.  I have two questions about preparing for Law School.  The first involves my letters of Recommendation. I have heard that letters of recommendation should come from professors rather than bosses at a job, because law schools want to see if you can suceed academically.  Is this true?  I am a bit concerned about this because I graduated from college in May of 2005, and I do not know if some of my professors have source material to use for my letters of recommendation.   Next, I have a question about the personal statement I am going to write.  I have heard that it is not good to write ...
WikiAnswers - Attorneys usually have letters after their name what ...
"J.D." stands for Juris Doctor which is the doctorate of law which is received upon graduation from law school. "LLM" is an abbreviation for Master of the Letters of Law. "Esq." stands for Esquire which has long been used as a social status right above Gentleman and below the Peerages. First answer by ID1141796530 . Last edit by Aggie80 . Contributor trust : 3958 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 14 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these law questions? What is the name of letters that stand for a name ? Letters that stand for parts of a ...