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Need A Lawyer?
From LaGriffedulion: In 1988, New York State’s Chief Judge established a committee, The New York State Judicial Commission on Minorities. Its purpose was to study the presence and effects of racism in the state’s courts. Buried in its final 2000-page … Continue reading
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The Man Was About To Close 40 Black Law Schools
Over the past few years, law schools with more than 30% of graduates who don’t pass the bar exam in their state have been put on probation and were in danger of being closed (ABA interpretation 301-6.). Guess which law … Continue reading
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