Thursday, September 06, 2012

140Law - Legal Headlines for Thursday, September 6, 2012

Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Thursday, September 06, 2012:
  • Human Rights Report: Bush Admin. Used Waterboarding on Libyans in Afghanistan
  • A primer on court case that could cost Rob Ford his job - Globe and Mail
  • Federal judge rules airlines must stand trial for 9/11 negligence claim
  • Greece judges protest proposed pay cuts under austerity measures
  • Mom beheads alleged rapist, faces trial in Turkey
  • Poll ranks US law schools on job prospects following graduation
  • Clinton Delivers Stirring Plea for Obama Second Term
  • Libyan Alleges Waterboarding by C.I.A., Report Says
  • Spanking should be outlawed, says medical journal - Toronto Star
  • Judge may order Fort Hood suspect's beard shaved 
  • Judge OKs Arizona's show-me-your-papers law
  • Hackers allegedly holding Romney tax returns for ransom
  • Gulf Oil Spill 2010: U.S. Department Of Justice Accuses BP Of 'Gross Negligence And Willful Misc...
  • Faced with a Five-Page Limit, Lawyer Files Cartoon Amicus Brief with Proper Font Size
  • Toronto Mayor Ford testifies in removal challenge 
  • Jury to decide fate of Drew Peterson
  • World’s richest woman suggests $2 a day wages for Australian miners 
  • New US Federal Jury Instructions Aim to Deter Juror Use of Social Media
- Rachel Spence, Law Clerk
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