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Blog post on the penalties in Connecticut for possession of marijuana.
Blog post about a student who was suspended from school after being arrested for possession of marijuana off-campus.
Blog post about a student who sued Yale University for breach of contract after she was suspended due to allegations of cheating.
Blog post about a student claiming his due process rights were violated by his university when he was suspended following an altercation.
Blog post about a tenured teacher who appealed his firing for sexual harassment of students.
Blog post about a case where a town was held liable for the actions of a school bully because the doctrine of governmental immunity was not applicable.
On March 15, 2017, the United States confirmed Dan Coats as the new Director of National Intelligence by a vote of 85-12. The Director of National Intelligence is a cabinet-level official who directs and oversees the National Foreign Intelligence Program as the head of the Office...
On March 9, 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it would begin accepting CW1 petitions subject to the fiscal year (FY) 2018 cap on April 3, 2017.
On March 7, 2017, the White House announced that President Donald Trump will nominate Noel J. Francisco to be the next Solicitor General of the United States. Francisco is currently the Acting Solicitor General.
Blog post about a student who was expelled for selling prescription drugs to classmates and was unable to sue to have the expulsion overturned.
Blog post about a case where the doctrine of governmental immunity applied to protect a town from liability when a cheerleader was injured during practice.
Blog post about a student whose expulsion was overturned because allegations of finding a knife that he used to threaten another student were unreliable.
Blog post about a mother suing the school of her minor children for emotional distress due to new school policies on classroom management.
Blog post on the constitutionality of expelling a student for being arrested off of school grounds.
Blog post about a student who sued her school and district on grounds of racial discrimination.
Blog post about a woman who unsuccessfully tried suing the town of Westport and the board of education after she fell on ice in the parking lot because of governmental immunity.
Blog post about a teacher who was fired for locking a student in a small room.
Blog post about a tenured teacher fired for calling a student an "animal."
Blog post about a student who claimed she was improperly expelled and selectively prosecuted.
Blog post about a day care that was shut down by the state due to overcrowding.