Randolph County Board Of Education
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Image is everything: corporate branding and religious accommodation in the workplace.
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Ex parte blogging: the legal ethics of Supreme Court advocacy in the Internet era.
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Communities in Crisis: Local Responses to Behavioral Health Challenges
As the opioid and mental health crises continue to gain national attention, local leaders are stepping up to implement programs to address the prevalence and impact of untreated serious mental illness (SMI) and substance use disorders (SUD). In a new report supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Manatt Health explores how cities and counties have launched local initiatives to address...
US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Ruling in Cambridge University Press, et al. v. Mark Becker, et. al.
Full text copy of Judge Orinda Evans’ 350-page ruling in Cambridge University Press, et al. v. Mark Becker, in which three scholarly publishers sued Georgia State University over the school’s use of copyrighted material in its electronic reserves. From The Chronicle of Higher Education (Long-Awaited Ruling in Copyright Case Mostly Favors Georgia State U. By Jennifer Howard):