New law scholarship for Indians at Oxford

A new scholarship named after the late Ratanshaw Bomanjee Zaiwalla – one of the first Indians to qualify as an English solicitor in 1925 – has been set up at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development based in Somerville College, Oxford. Instituted by his son, senior London-based lawyer Sarosh Zaiwalla, its first recipient is Shreya Prakash, who completed her undergraduate degree at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru. She is enrolled for the Bachelor of Civil Law course. Zaiwalla said: “My aim to create the scholarship is…

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MH CET law admissions 2017: Admit cards released, download them here

The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra on Tuesday released the admit cards of candidates for the Common Entrance Test (MH CET) for admission to three and five years law degree courses in the state. The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra on Tuesday released the admit cards of candidates for the Common Entrance Test (MH CET) for admission to three and five years law degree courses in the state. The candidates will admitted to all government, government-aided, university departments, university managed institutes and un-aided colleges in Maharashtra offering these courses. Candidates…

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Whats in Palestines first ever education law

RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas ratified the first Palestinian Law for Education and Higher Education on April 6, after the Cabinet submitted it on March 7 to replace the applicable Arab laws in the Palestinian territories (the Jordanian law in the West Bank and the Egyptian law in the Gaza Strip). The Ministry of Education and Higher Education hopes the new law will bring about “a significant shift in the education system, promote educational development and boost the role of the local community and its institutions in this…

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Law of Deca Durabolin Steroids in New Zealand

Steroids are classified in to two types’ anabolic steroids and Corticosteroids. Both types of steroids are artificial synthetic hormones. Corticosteroids are initially developed for medical treatments and are prescribed to the people suffering from chronic diseases such as cancer or AIDS. As, chronic diseases makes the people lose their strength and muscle power, so in order to provide the muscle strength to the people suffering from chronic diseases steroids were developed. This type of steroids is very powerful so as an alternative less powerful type anabolic steroids were developed. In…

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The Increasing Role of Technology in Healthcare Law

Since the very beginnings of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a great deal of emphasis was placed on outlawing discrimination based on “race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.” While you may be wondering exactly what this has to do with the increasing role of technology in health law and health care law degree programs, it has much to do with analyzing metrics that is only made possible through technology. The quickest, and by some standards, only way to track ethnic groups and demographics within a population is through…

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Foreign HEIs exempt from China’s NGO law

Hao Yunhong, deputy director general of the NGO management office at MPS, told the Chamber in Beijing that a foreign university coming to China to recruit students will not be required to comply with the law, which comes into effect on 1 January 2017. “These activities are not subject to the NGO law, as they are subject to MOE regulations” “Foreign universities may engage in recruiting activities in China through overseas study agencies that have a license from the Ministry of Education,” said Hao. “These activities are not subject to…

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Harvard law school drops official shield over slavery links

University committee rules shield donated by family that built wealth through slavery does not reflect institution’s values Harvard law school’s shield is based on the crest of Isaac Royal Snr, who built much of his wealth through slave labor in the Caribbean and Massachusetts. Photograph: Chitose Suzuki/AP Harvard law school will remove its official shield following months of protest at the symbol’s ties to an 18th-century slaveholder. A committee at the prestigious university, which counts president Barack Obama among its alumni, was convened to rule on the issue and on…

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