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Back in 2013, during a time when law school tuition was flying high, instead of advising would-be law students to sign up for a staggering amount of student-loan dollars, we suggested a more creative way to finance a legal education. Why not find a “sugar daddy” or a “sugar momma” to pay for your school-related expenses instead?

At the time, we acknowledged that becoming a “sugar baby” would have some definite perks for law students: “When you can afford the finer things in life on someone else’s dime, being a ‘prestige whore’ takes on a whole new meaning.

GCHQ ‘equipment interference’ legal under human rights law – tribunal

GCHQ’s legal framework, under which it carries out equipment interference (EI), is fully compatible with human rights law, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ruled. The IPT examined a lawsuit brought by Privacy International and a group of seven internet providers who challenged ten elements of the surveillance agency’s EI network, focusing on its adherence to the European Convention on Human Rights.

 

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What do TheatreWorks artistic director Ong Keng Sen, hotelier Loh Lik Peng, Plain Vanilla Bakery founder Vanessa Kenchington and Butter Factory founder Tay Eu-Yen have in common?
They all used to be lawyers. From becoming theatre directors and bakers to entrepreneurs and restaurateurs, more lawyers seem to be leaving a few years into their careers to pursue their "true passion".

EXPERTS IN FEDERAL TAX LAW SAY NO LEGAL BARRIER TO DONALD TRUMP RELEASING TAXES

Some experts in federal tax law are saying that there are no legal hurdles blocking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump from releasing his returns while they are being audited.
“I want to release my tax returns but I can’t release it while I’m under an audit,” Trump said during the debate last night. “Obviously if I’m being audited, I’m not going to release a return.”
Source: Microcapmagazine Website

Schools fear legal costs if transgender bathroom bill becomes law

A bill setting statewide bathroom policies for transgender students would almost certainly lead to costly legal battles between school districts and the federal government, critics told a Senate committee Thursday. "We don't believe that local taxpayer dollars should be used to defend a state law," said Rob Monson, executive director of School Administrators of South Dakota.

 

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From becoming theatre directors and bakers to entrepreneurs and restaurateurs, more lawyers seem to be leaving a few years into their careers to pursue their "true passion".

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