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Sally Yates says standing up to Trump drew upon a lifetime of work

Former acting US attorney general Sally Yates was traveling to catch a flight when she learned through news reports of president Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel from seven majority-Muslim countries. 362 more words

Sally Yates Had This Advice for Harvard Law School Graduates after Defying Trump

Former acting attorney general Sally Yates addressed graduates of Harvard Law School at the school’s class day on Wednesday and urged them to prepare for situations “when you’re going to have to decide who you are and what you stand for.” 443 more words

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Pennsylvania Medicaid Opens HCV Treatment to Virtually All HCV Patients


By: Marcus J. Hopkins, Blogger

On May 16th, 2017, Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services (DHS) announced changes to the state’s Medicaid policy that will expand coverage to treat virtually all enrolled clients living with Hepatitis C (HCV). 650 more words

Creating the Future

James Lorenz died  earlier this year. In the late 1960s  Lorenz  showed  himself to be one of the most important  social entrepreneurs of the second half of the Twentieth Century.   798 more words

Heroes

Haben Girma is the first deaf-blind student to graduate from Harvard Law School

THIS IS Haben Grima, a disability rights graduate and the first deaf-blind student to graduate from Harvard Law School.

The 28-year-old was honoured by former President Obama at the White House last year on the the 25th anniversary celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act. 176 more words

The Young Empire

Harvard Law Accepts GRE as Alternative to LSAT: Big News (Or Is It?)

The LSAT has enjoyed a monopoly over law school admissions testing for a long, long, long time. Last year, the University of Arizona announced that it would accept Graduate Record Exam (GRE) results in addition to LSAT results in admissions decisions. 367 more words

Law School Admissions

Guest Post -- Jay Rosner: The LSAT vs. the GRE: May They Both Lose

The LSAT vs. the GRE:  May They Both Lose

The monopoly that the LSAT has enjoyed for decades in law school admissions appears to be eroding.  654 more words

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