Law in the news
Welcome to Law Teacher's Law News. In this section you will find the most recent and popular law news stories from the past week. All stories are taken from trusted sources and all stories have been reported in the mainstream media.
8th December 2014 | 24 states now suing Obama over immigration
Maesteg Comprehensive School minibus crash probe continues, 24 states now suing Obama over immigration, Google to shut Spanish news service and more.
1st December 2014 | Woman alleges Cosby raped her
Stamp Duty Land Tax Overhaul, Assembly passes law on shared parental leave, Woman alleges Cosby raped her and many more.
24th November 2014 | Mitchell loses 'plebgate' libel bid
China’s first anti-domestic violence law hailed as a step forward, Germany backs law demanding at least 30% women in top boardrooms, Mitchell loses 'plebgate' libel bid and many more.
17th November 2014 | Chief legal ombudsman quits
Chief legal ombudsman quits after accounts probe, Scotland's drink-drive laws aligned with Europe, UN to vote on Kim Jong-un's crimes against humanity and many more.
10th November 2014 | Litigation deluge set to follow record forex fines
Litigation deluge set to follow record forex fines, Obama calls for tougher Internet regulation, Syrian Kurds give women equal rights and many more.
3rd November 2014 | Nurses 'will have to be able to speak English to work in UK'
Nurses 'will have to be able to speak English to work in UK', MPs vote to make sex selection abortion illegal, Washington DC makes marijuana legal and many more.
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