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FCT marks charitable milestones through Habitat for Humanity partnership

Title insurer FCT’s charitable foundation will soon reach a number of milestones through its corporate partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada.

Sometime this year, FCT will have contributed almost $300,000 in cash to support Habitat program expansions, including ReStore expansions and the 360 Built Smart Partnership. 21 more words

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A Day in the Life: Procrastination

Oh, here’s a picture of my cute kittens. Instead of working.

Keep putting it off.
I should never have agreed.
Procrastinator!

No motivation.
Don’t know what’s happened to me. 60 more words

A Day In The Life

NCLMC Vintage Seaside Party

Pro-bono poster and ticket design for Northside Community Law Centre’s ‘Vintage Seaside Party’.

Graphic Design

Homeless veteran gets 100% VA rating

A 53-year-old homeless veteran in Baltimore received nearly $95,000 in back benefits from the Veterans Administration for his service-related disabilities, thanks to the efforts of… 88 more words

Homeless

SRLN Pre-Conference at EJC 2014: Report of the SCCLL Incoming Chair

Maryruth Storer, the incoming chair of the  State Court and County Law Library Special Interest Section of the American Association of  Law Libraries, wrote an excellent account of the… 33 more words

Lawlibrary

Do Immigrant Minors Lack Legal Representation?

SEATTLE (AP) — A coalition of immigrant rights advocacy groups is suing the federal government over the fact that few minors have legal representation during deportation proceedings. 134 more words

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SOAS Lawyers Without Borders

During the past academic year, the SOAS Law Society took on a new challenge: finding pro bono opportunities for Law Students at SOAS.

The two first ever Pro Bono Officers at SOAS: Elliot Aruldoss and Imane Bellafqih were elected by a simple majority at the Law Society elections, and one of their main success stories was the relationship they managed to create with the international NGO, Lawyers Without Borders (LWOB). 543 more words

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