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If you’ve got a big job interview coming up, how do you prepare? Career consultant Maggie Mistal of Martha Stewart Living Radio has excellent advice for anybody looking to ace a job interview.
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Jason Wilcox sits down with John Conroy, QC, and discusses the progress of Allard et al. v. HMTQ and what the movement does from here, win or lose.
John W. Conroy QC has been practicing law since 1972. He was appointed Queens Counsel in 1996. He practices primarily as a criminal defence lawyer as well as in related constitutional, administrative and other civil matters.
He has appeared in the courts at all levels including several appearances before the Supreme Court of Canada. Notable cases and clients have included the Steinhauser Hostage taking at the BC Pen (1977), the Squamish 5, (1983), Renee Boje, Marc Emery, Michelle Rainey, Watermelon, Philippe Lucas, Ken Hayes and Randy Caine. He is also counsel to the BC Compassion Club Society, the Vancouver Island Compassion Club Society and the West Coast Prison Justice Society (that runs BC Prisoners legal Services).
He has acted in numerous cannabis and other drug cases as well as a wide variety of criminal and prison law matters and test cases. He is on the Board of the Pivot Legal Society and is counsel to VANDU in its efforts to keep open the safe injection facility Insite. He is also the founding President of Norml Canada since 1976 and is the only Canadian member of the Norml Legal Committee in the USA.
He is the lead attorney in the matter of Allard et al. v. HMTQ.
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Solomon Wasia Masitsa, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya attached to Kituo cha Sheria. A legal aid non-governmental organization is live in studio to discuss Kenya’s move to relocate all refugee back to their camps.
An interview with women’s advocacy charity Rights of Women www.rightsofwomen.org
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Native Americans continue to protest in North Dakota despite a court order halting work on a pipeline through their land. That’s because the ruling only temporarily halts construction on the 3.8 billion dollar project that threatens drinking-water supplies as Andre-Pierre du Plessis reports.
TRT World’s business programme looks at the financial news that affects ordinary people. Matthew Moore presents ‘Money Talks’ from TRT World’s studios in Istanbul. From Wall Street to Main Street ‘Money Talks’ helps the 99% navigate their changing financial world.
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The extended interview given by Judge Margaret Cammer, former Supervising Judge for Civil Court in Kings and New York Counties, retired Civil Court Judge, and former Legal Aid Attorney for the New York City’s Housing Court’s 40th anniversary. The interview was conducted by current Housing Court judges. On March 11, 2013 the Association of the Housing Court Judges, The Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at NYU, and the New York City Bar Association held a conference called “New York City’s Housing Court at 40: Controversies, Challenges and Prospects for its Future”.
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Law offices of Gary J. Wachtel, Esq.
Landlord and tenant law comprises a large portion of Mr. Wachtel’s practice, as he provides comprehensive services in this area beyond what is offered by many other landlord and tenant lawyers in the area. A tenant’s need to make emergency application to the court by Order to Show Cause can and is frequently accomplished.
Landlord and tenant law in New York State is driven by both legislation and case law, with the law constantly evolving into complicated rules and procedures that often invoke other, interrelated areas of law. Litigation in this field is complex, and the administrative procedures, filing limitations, evidentiary requirements and other procedural demands can be confusing without the skilled guidance of a practiced lawyer whose practice emphasizes landlord and tenant law.
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Alabama elder law attorney John Watts was interviewed by Davis Nelson, a noted VA accredited attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.
The interview covers what the VA pension (aid & attendance) provides and how a veteran (or surviving spouse) qualifies for this remarkable benefit that can pay up to ,000 a year tax free to help to pay for long term care at home, in an assisted living facility, or in a nursing home.
The requirements are discussed as well as some of the objections that some have to using this benefit.
You can reach us at our main number of 205-879-2447 or you can call Susan, our VA specialist, directly at 205-206-9400 to learn about qualifying for this benefit.
Please note this is NOT for service related injuries or diseases — instead this is for NON SERVICE related injuries or diseases. You served in the military during a time of war (no need to be in combat or go overseaas) and now you are suffering from arthritis, parkinsons, dementia, a non military injury, etc. that makes it hard to take care of yourself. That’s what this benefit is for and if you live in Alabama we will be happy to talk you through your options.
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Interviewed by Elizabeth McBroom on August 14, 1990.
An interview with Carmen Combs as she discusses her early childhood in Iowa; graduation from Yale School of Law in 1927; early law practice; work at USC in Legal Aid Clinic; work with “Okie” families; referee in juvenile courts in Los Angeles area; House of Good Shepherd and Boys Republic; detention of children at McClaren Hall; appointment from Earl Warren to city’s advisory committee; career with League of Women Voters and issues addressed; involvement with grand jury investigations; “Woman of the Year” award; volunteer for Pasadena School District; work with League of Women Voters and its involvement with migrant workers; philosophy as working mother; changes in child welfare and lives of children; effectiveness of social welfare agencies in working with juvenile delinquents; opinion of probation officers.
Carmen Combs was an attorney who spent a number of years as a referee in the Juvenile Court of Los Angeles. She also was an active volunteer in various committees and organizations that focused on juvenile justice and related issues. Among her activities was work with the Legal Aid Society, Los Angeles; the University of Southern California Center on Law and Poverty; the Governor’s (Warren) Committee on Juvenile Justice; the League of Women Voters; and the Boys’ and Girls’ Republic. This interview describes some of her activities in these organizations.
To view a transcript of the interview, visit https://libraries.usc.edu/california-social-welfare-archives-oral-history-catalog
The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA), established in 1979, is a non-profit organization operating under the auspices of the USC School of Social Work and affiliated with the University Libraries. It collects and preserves documents and personal histories of significant contributions to the evolution of social welfare ensuring their availability to future generations — students, teachers, historians, and researchers. Collection activity includes gathering and archiving social welfare materials of historical significance, conducting oral history interviews with contributors to social welfare solutions in California, and creating events to publicly recognize significant contributors to California social welfare.
Visit us at http://www.usc.edu/libraries/archives/arc/libraries/cswa and http://www.socialworkhallofdistinction.org. The California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA), established in 1979, is a non-profit organization operating under the auspices of the USC School of Social Work and affiliated with the University Libraries. It collects and preserves documents and personal histories of significant contributors to the evolution of social welfare ensuring their availability to future generations – students, teachers, historians, and researchers. Collection activity includes gathering, preserving, and making available social welfare materials of historical significance, conducting oral history interviews with contributors to social welfare solutions in California, and creating events to publicly recognize significant contributors to California social welfare.
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Attorney Wayne O’Bryan interviewed by Martin Wegbreit for the Central Virginia Legal Aid Radio Show on WRIR Richmond Virginia radio.
Wayne discusses what is a personal injury case and the contributory negligence laws in Virginia.
Wayne O’Bryan offers free information in his free book Accident Injury Book:Hidden Inside Secrets Big Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know About Your Injury Claim. His book is free for Virginia residents that have been hurt in an accident.
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Eric Byler (http://Twitter.com/EricByler) reports for TYT Politics:
“Water Is Life!” signs declared, as a coalition of Native Americans tribes and environmental justice organizations held a rally outside the Washington DC Federal District Court on August 24, 2016. At issue was the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was approved by the Army Corp of Engineers without proper consultation, plaintiffs argue, with the tribal government of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Judge James Boasberg heard oral arguments for and against a preliminary injunction that would halt construction on the pipeline until its legality is decided. The Judge announced that he expected to rule on the motion by Sept. 9.
Tribal governments argued that the pipeline endangers the Missouri River, their only source of drinking water. Actress Shailene Woodley pointed out in her remarks that the Missouri is the source of water for 18 million other Americans.
Opponents of the pipeline have been occupying a construction site since April 1. Two weeks ago three dozen, young Americans ran to Washington DC from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in South Dakota to raise awareness for the issue.
Indigenous people led the fight to protect the environment all over the world, but for the first time in the United States, tribal governments standing side by side with one another and with grassroots environmental organizations.
Special thanks to Luke Thomas-Canfield for operating the camera during interviews in this report.