Tag Archives: Legal

GU Criminal Justice Chair: Fight to Wear Pasta Strainer in Driver’s License Photo is Important First Ammendment Issue

A Madison man’s fight to wear a pasta strainer on his head for his driver’s license photo is an important one for the First Amendment, according to Executive Criminal Justice Program Chair Wayne Strong from Globe University – Madison East. Michael Schumacher’s desire to wear the colander on his head for the photo received criticism from
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Globe University-Minneapolis Hosts Professional Development Series

Each Friday during the month of March, professionals from the downtown area met at Globe University-Minneapolis to participate in a four-part lunch and learn series. These professional development sessions included topics such as: IT Security–What you can you do!, Ban the Box: “Have you ever been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor? □ Y □
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To Be or Not To Be ProSe

At Globe University, our instructors have experience in the field in which they are teaching.  We would like to share this expertise with you!  This post has been contributed by Peggy Miller-Kinderman, Paralegal Program Chair at Globe University – Appleton. When you represent yourself in a legal action without an attorney, you are appearing pro
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Paralegal Students Host Legal Seminar

A blog by Denise Harris, JD,Paralegal Program Chair, Globe University – Wausau Campus Paralegal students at Globe University had an opportunity to network while providing a benefit to local attorneys.  The Ethics class chose to host a one credit ethics seminar as a Service Learning project. The timing could not have been better to hold
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Internships: A Win-Win-Win

A requirement for both the associate and bachelor’s paralegal studies degree program at Globe University includes an unpaid internship. Internships offer the opportunity for the student, internship site, and Globe University to work closely together, and each receives benefits in some way. Under our paralegal degree program curriculum, students have completed all of their legal
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Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, and Constitution Week, 2012.

Yesterday, President Obama signed the Presidential Proclamation declaring Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, and Constitution Week, 2012. A joint resolution of Congress on February 29, 1952 designated September 17 as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.  Four years later, Congress requested that the President proclaim the week beginning September 17 and ending September 23 of each
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Red River Valley Paralegal Association legal seminar held at Minnesota School of Business – Moorhead campus

The Red River Valley Paralegal Association will be presenting a legal seminar on June 22, 2012 in conjunction with Legal Assistant’s Day. The legal seminar will be held at Minnesota School of Business Moorhead campus. Attorney Marshall W. McCullough from Ohnstad Twichell law firm will be presenting on Estate Planning Basics. Attorney Laura Berger from
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Paralegals Running for Office in 2012

Brian Craig, the Online Paralegal Chair for Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University, found several paralegals seeking elected offices. Campaigns and elections are now in full swing for the 2012 election cycle. While candidates come from a variety of backgrounds, a number of paralegals are also seeking election to various offices in
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Plagiarism in the Legal Field

By Brian Craig An article appearing in the March 2012 edition of the North Carolina Law Review, Cooper J Strickland, The Dark Side of Unattributed Copying and the Ethical Implications of Plagiarism in the Legal Profession, 90 N.C. L. Rev. 920 (2012), addresses the issue of plagiarism in the legal profession. While the law review
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