1. Law School/Bar Admission Guide
This is the most important of the gifts, of course. If you don’t give it to them on their birthday or on top of an already-gift-filled day at school, that hoo hoo hoo hoo suddenly gets mighty loud when they open this book. It will help answer any questions they might have about law school, bar exam preparation and life after graduation, as well as provide information about programs for minorities and women in law school and those just beginning the legal career path. This gift could also be used as a bar association fundraiser if you tell your know-what that this journal will be auctioned off during the Black Tie & Bowe Awards Dinner!
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The ‘what-if’ scenario is not hard to imagine. A person could become separated from their family members because of a tragic circumstance, be stuck in jail for any number of reasons, have no idea if they will be able to afford an attorney or spend the rest of their days waiting for trial. It doesn’t take much imagination to see how awful this would be for anyone regardless of how well off they are. These are just some glaring examples, but there are many more that are equally worrisome. The lack of affordable legal services combined with the high cost of state justice systems leads to low quality care and even poorer outcomes when it comes to justice being served in which people who aren’t financially capable can only watch the broken system continue on regardless peacefully returning back home once released from jail. However, what if there was software designed specifically for lawyers? What if there was a complete package, including both hardware and software available at one time for reasonable rates instead of having to use two separate resources? What kind of change would this create in the world? Well, let’s talk about that…
May 23, 2012: City council votes to seek a settlement with Rambler Energy Corporation. Council also approves a new contract for the service that will be in place for 10 years beginning July 1, 2013. Special provisions of the contract include an early termination penalty of at least $10 million if Rambler Energy is unsatisfied after 15 months and interest accrued as a result of the early termination. May 25, 2012: The city withdraws its intent to settle with Rambler Energy. “The city needs to have enough data collected before we can deal with the problems,” Gibbons said at a news conference on May 25. May 27, 2012: A joint task force between local government officials and BGE announced a settlement agreement had been reached over claims of an overbilling scheme by Rhame-based natural gas provider Rhame Industries. Under terms of the proposed agreement, residents would recoup approximately $40 million from Rhame that was billed as meters were switched to more expensive models or higher rates than there were actually used (the residents’ meter readings were always correctly read). Residents who requested water bills before January 1st 2007 will receive up to $190 each through their annual BGE bill for three years upon completion of the billing period starting in December 2014; before January 1st 2007 and chose not to request past meter readings (but do chose current meter readings), their bills will be reduced accordingly; those who chose just current meter readings received no credit toward