Equal Justice Coalition recognizes outstanding law school participation as UMass Law participates for seventh year UMass law students have participated in Walk to the HIll for Civil Legal Aid funding for seven consecutive years, furthering the law school’s mission to pursue justice. UMass Law has done it again. . .Read More →

Pierce Lawler gives Noma’s School of Gymnastics the #1 ranked gymnast Xcel Gold in the nation Noma Meeker, coach and owner of the Noma School of Gymnastics, helps top gymnast Pierce Lawler stretch before starting his training routine. TOP RANKED XG GYMNASTS LAWLER SHEET MUSIC NAME GOAL DEVICE GOAL PierceRead More →

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – Parents are pleading with Mississippi officials to crack down on fentanyl drug dealers and hope more deaths can be averted. “I’m serious about fentanyl,” Rep. Nick Bain said from the house floor on Wednesday. “I’m serious about suing these dealers.” Watching the gallery’s presentation of HouseRead More →

Integrated Bar Association of the Philippines (IBP) The Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) has taken a cudgel for unvaccinated people in the country against local policies and ordinances that restrict their movement “despite the absence of law” on mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. Local government units in the National Capital RegionRead More →

US Senator Bernie Sanders has denounced the “rigged economic and political system” in America, which has allowed billionaires to get rich significantly during the pandemic while others struggle financially. A new report from the Institute for Policy Studies, Patriotic Millionaires, Fight Inequality Alliance and Oxfam has found that America’s wealthiestRead More →

A plan to realign the district court system in Washington County over the next few years would eliminate two magistrates when their terms expire. The new map released by Washington County court officials earlier this month would consolidate some communities into different districts and reduce the number of magistrates fromRead More →

Thursday, January 13, 2022 By press release SCHHA press release The Sovereign Council of Hawaiian Homestead Associations (SCHHA) ended the 2021 calendar year by completing the installation of a modern membership registration database. “This is a landmark year for our farms and our waitlisted families,” said Sybil Lopez, SCHHA ViceRead More →

France recently fined Alphabet Inc’s Google $ 169 million and Meta Platform’s Facebook $ 67 million fine for violating the European Directive on Electronic Privacy (a.k.a. cookies ”) by requiring too many“ clicks ”for users to reject cookies. The result was that many users simply accepted cookies, allowing IDs toRead More →

As the highly transmissible omicron variant of the coronavirus continues to spread in Spain, authorities are finalizing a plan for a new Covid-19 surveillance system that will mirror one that has been used for years to monitor influenza. The new system will extrapolate numbers from a statistically significant sample, ratherRead More →

Here is a summary of current sports news. Soccer-Cavani remaining at Man Utd until end of season: Rangnick Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani will remain at the club until the end of the season, interim manager Ralf Rangnick has said. Cavani’s contract expires at the end of June and theRead More →

SEYMOUR – Floyd Central head coach Joe Perkins claimed his 300th double-competition victory as the Highlanders swept away host Seymour on Saturday. The Floyd Girls won a 127-56 victory while the Highlander Boys triumphed 91-85. On the girls’ side, Floyd Central won 10 of 12 events. Juniors Savanna Liddle andRead More →

Basketball girl Resurrection Christian 57, Jefferson Academy 42, Loveland: Resurrection Christian returned from the break with a solid non-league win, dropping to 5-2 on aggregate. Sophomore Mackenzie Flikkema led the Cougars with 19 points, seven rebounds, three steals and two assists. Senior Taylor Wright had 11 points, 14 rebounds andRead More →

The practice of law changed in many ways during the global COVID-19 pandemic, but a slowdown in class actions was not among those changes. In the second half of 2021, consumers filed a number of lawsuits following a wide range of high-profile recalls, involving everything from pharmaceuticals to automobiles. ForRead More →

Despite what New Mexico justice and the Developmental Disabilities Council Trusteeship Office reported to the Interim Health and Human Services Committee, New Mexico’s guardianship system continues to be in crisis. Abusive guardianship continues to occur, sponsored by predatory lawyers and sanctioned by district court judges. The Guardianship Law, 45-5-101 toRead More →

There have been several stories in your Clarksdale Press Register last year reports on crime. We believe that no other current event has an impact on people’s lives like being the victim of a crime. We also believe that the first duty of local government is public safety. And weRead More →