Like most student-run newspapers, The Law News has had its ups and downs. Some years there were plenty of staffers to share the load; some years the paper struggled to search out its footing. In Professor Brian Murchison’s view, however, the paper has all the time been an asset.
- The Fujitsu boss who informed Paula Vennells that the Horizon computer system was as secure as Fort Knox is a top UK chief govt who lives in a £4 million home in north London.
- Instead, a “portrait of Justice Sonia Sotomayor adorns the law school’s largest classroom.”
- Abercrombie & Fitch Co. and its former CEO Mike S. Jeffries on Friday asked a New York federal courtroom to toss a putative class motion brought by a former male mannequin who says he was considered one of dozens of younger men sexually assaulted by Jeffries and his partner, arguing the claims are time-barred.