Event Reminder: DU Law Alumni Association Hosting Celebration Reception in Honor of 97% Bar Rate

Congratulations to our 2008 Pennsylvania Bar examinees on achieving a 97% successful bar rate for first-time takers! To honor our students and thank all of our hardworking faculty and staff, the Law School and the Duquesne Law Alumni Association will host a celebration reception on Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 4-6 p.m., in the Law School Student Lounge. All are invited and encouraged to attend.

Essential Legal Podcasts

The following list is from an article entitled "10 Essential Podcasts" by Robert J. Ambrogi, published in the October 2008 issue of Law Technology News.

1. Legal Talk Network


2. Podcasts at Hamline University School of Law


3. ABA Podcasts


4. University of Chicago Law School Podcast


5. Law and Disorder


6. Out-Law


7. This Week in Law


8. Hearsay Culture


9. International Dispute Negotiation


10. New Jersey Law Blog


Commonwealth Now Available at State Legislature Web Site

Commonwealth, A Journal of Political Science is now available at the General Assembly Web Site under The House tab at the top of the page. This peer-reviewed Journal contains a number of articles dealing with Pennsylvania (full citations are available at the site). The following are sample articles:

The Five-Year Effect of NAFTA on Pennsylvania: An Analysis of Export Data (2003)

Looking Back on the Legislative Modernization Movement in Pennsylvania: Remarks of Herbert Fineman, Former Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (2003)

What's Local about Local Television News? An analysis of 2004 Election Coverage by Philadelphia's Local Television Stations (2007)

Demographic and Family Differences in Use of Early Childhood Care and Education in Pennsylvania: A 2002 baseline (2007)

Legal News Links

Another law school to admit select students without the LSAT

Candidates Spar, But is Anyone Listening?

Judge Rules That Lawyer Can Pursue Employment Bias Suit Against Quaker Group

Doctors' Testimony Enough to Prove Workers' Comp Claimant Faking

EPA Asks Supreme Court to Review Mercury Emissions Case

Latest Legal Links

The Pennsylvania Code


The following description is from the The Pennsylvania Code web site:

The Pennsylvania Code website reflects the Pennsylvania Code changes effective through 38 Pa.B. 4596 (August 16, 2008).

Information included at this site has been derived directly from The Pennsylvania Code, the Commonwealth's official publication of rules and regulations.

Please visit the site's about page for more information.