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"Adjunct Law Prof Blog" - 5 new articles

  1. Effective Plea Bargains for Noncitizens
  2. Lander on Adjuncts
  3. NYS Dep't. of Labor applies right to control test to determine employee status
  4. 20 Best Jobs
  5. What Do Education Lawyers Do?
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Effective Plea Bargains for Noncitizens

I have posted Effective Plea Bargains for Noncitizens on SSRN. Here is the abstract: In Padilla v. Kentucky, the United States Supreme Court held that the Sixth Amendment requires criminal defense attorneys to advise non-citizen clients regarding the deportation risks...
    


Lander on Adjuncts

David Lander, an adjunct professor at St. Louis, is guest-blogging at The Faculty Lounge. So far he has posted, in order of publication: Impacts of recent developments on the use of adjuncts How many adjuncts and what courses should they...
    

NYS Dep't. of Labor applies right to control test to determine employee status

Dunno v. Commissioner of Labor, ___A.D.3d___(3d Dep't. Sept. 25, 2014), is an interesting case. The court held that a security guard was an employee and not an independent contractor. The court applied the common law right to control test, reasoning:...
    


20 Best Jobs

Glassdoor, the a jobs and career community, has identified 20 of the highest rated jobs for work-life balance. This list was compiled based entirely on employee feedback shared on Glassdoor over the past year. The full lis is available here....
    

What Do Education Lawyers Do?

The National School Board's Association has a web page dedicated to careers in Education Law which readers may find of interest, here. They describe what school board lawyers do in part, as follows: Advisers Guiding School Boards on Legal Matters...
    


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