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  • Raven's Ray Lewis offers life lessons at football camp

    MIAMI GARDENS — It was a hot and humid Monday morning. Just the way Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis preferred it. Approximately 130 high school football players, mostly from Broward and Miami-Dade counties, sweated their way through an...
  • University of Baltimore announces finalists in search for law school dean

    The University of Baltimore has selected five finalists in its search for a new law school dean. The candidates are: Nicholas Allard, a political lawyer at Washington firm Patton Boggs; Penelope Bryan, the dean of Whittier Law School in California;...
  • Delray Beach attorney Al Jacquet files to run for office

     
    The race for Seat 2 of the City Commission began Tuesday when resident Al Jacquet became the first candidate to file with the City Clerk to run for office. Jacquet has been involved with city matters as a member of......
  • Labor Day stories: When a good job goes bad

    <b>Labor Day stories:</b> When a good job goes bad
    It's the day of rest, for many. It's a day spent around a smoking grill or on the beach with friends and family. It's the day the American worker is applauded. This year, we celebrate Labor Day by collecting stories about the best and worst jobs held....
  • Casey lawyer was rejected by Florida Bar on first try

    His defense of a young mother charged with killing her toddler has transformed José Ángel Baez into one of the best-known lawyers in America. For eight years after he graduated from law school, however, the board that screens prospective attorneys in...
  • Law & Order: Central Florida edition

     
    WASHINGTON — The White House this week named two candidates to fill law-and-order positions in Central Florida: local attorney Roy Dalton to become a Middle District judge and South Florida lawman William Berger to become US Marshal for the Middle...
  • Miami-Dade cleans up on FEMA aid

    Government aid for Hurricane Frances bought Miami-Dade County residents rooms full of furniture, new wardrobes and thousands of appliances, including microwaves, refrigerators and sewing machines, even though the brunt of the storm missed the county....