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My Turn: From the privileged few to We the People

...still believe that's true. This time, however, I'd like to propose his bill be amended so if it does become law, students will hear the historical voice of the people and not just the privileged.According to Keller, America's formative...
My Turn: It's your state, Alaskans. Protect it. this world, it is here in Alaska and it runs with the salmon. Protect it.? Katrina van Kessel is a Canadian Law student from Elliot Lake, Ontario, who has spent the summer in Alaska working for the Yukon Inter Tribal Watershed Council...
Cesar earns J.D from Harvard Law

...and is a 2004 graduate of Juneau-Douglas High School, where she was a member of the Early Scholars Program. As a law student, Ms. Cesar interned at Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Miller & Munson, LLP in Juneau, at Equal Justice Initiative...
O'Connor: Discrimination ebbing the highest court that there are so many opportunities for women, with women comprising more than 50 percent of law students today. Her appointment opened the doors to women in business and helped opportunities for women in other countries...
My Turn: Creative interpretations

...and Guy Crockroft regarding the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Newdow v. U.S. Congress. As a law student with a particular interest in First Amendment jurisprudence I cannot, in good conscience, allow Mr. Crockroft's...
Canoein' reunion

...Fox Island near Tacoma on June 10, 1961, ending in Juneau on Aug. 2, 1961. In 1961, Perry was a 25-year-old law student attending Stanford University who spent his summer as a counselor for Shultz's canoe trek. Now 66 and practicing...
Alaska's Borgman strikes rowing gold

...stroking from the four seat, will represent the United States at the world championships in Switzerland next month. A law student at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Ore., Borgman goes for the hat trick Sunday when she will team with Cromwell...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...important issue we'll deal with this session," said Sen. Gary Wilken, a Fairbanks Republican. Under current law, students in the class of 2002 must pass a reading, writing and math test to graduate. About two-thirds of those students...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...on the board of Kootznoowoo Inc., the Native village corporation for Angoon. Darlene Watchman, of Anchorage, a law student, currently out of state, who once interned at Sealaska's headquarters. The four board members running for re-election...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Moines, Wash., a heavy equipment operator who holds a boat captain's license. Darlene Watchman of Anchorage, a law student and former Sealaska intern. Running for re-election on the corporation's management slate along with Mallott are...


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