California Supreme Court Holds Undocumented Immigrants Can Practice Law

Finally, Sergio Garcia’s fight to win a law license has ended. But, as the New York Times observed astutely, he is “allowed to join the bar, but not to take a job.” The unanimous ruling of the California Supreme Court, this Thursday, observed that in light of the new California legislation, it...

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Lena Dunham Defends Nudity in HBO Show “Girls”

The head character in the HBO comedy, “Girls,” is naked quite often during the show. It is played by Lena Dunham, the show’s creator. The season three press conference was held at the semi-annual Television Critics Association in Pasadena, California, according to Today.com.

An unnamed...

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Google Purchases Nest for $3.2 Billion

It was announced on Tuesday that has purchased Nest for $3.2 billion in cash, according to a report from USA Today. Nest makes digital smoke alarms and thermostats. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

This purchase sends Google into multiple markets. Those markets include...

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Nadya Suleman, ‘Octomom,’ Charged with Welfare Fraud

Octomom was charged on Monday with welfare fraud after she failed to report close to $30,000 in earnings, according to a report from CBS Los Angeles. The announcement was made by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. real name is Natalie Denise Suleman.

The formal charges wer...

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Court Rules That Disability Rights Apply to Exam for Law School

A law was passed in 2012 that targeted the process of flagging scores of disabled students who took the admission test. The flagging was done by the Law School Admission Council, according to the SF Gate. Now, a state appeals court says that California is allowed to enforce a disability-rights law ...

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Federal Court Strikes down San Diego Requirements of Showing “Good Cause” to Get a Concealed-Carry Gun License

In a ruling that gave a jolt to gun-control advocates, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voided San Diego’s requirements that applicants for concealed-carry gun li...

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10 Million Dollars in Buried Gold Found by California Couple May Have Been Stolen

 

The gold coins, interestingly enough are linked to a bank heist at the San Francisco mint, way back in 1899. An old newspaper clipping...

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Bikram Yoga Sues Insurance Companies for Not Defending Guru

 

Yoga guru Bikram Choudhury and his company Bikram Choudhury Yoga, Inc., have sued four insurance companies and Jane Does 1 through 100...

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Law School Education Becomes Easier to Attain for California Community College Students

 

Community college students in California now have easier access to admission at law schools, according to The San Francisco Chronicle....

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Law School Education Becomes Easier to Attain for California Community College Students

 

Community college students in California now have easier access to admission at law schools, according to The San Francisco Chronicle....

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