Closing the Gap

By the end of 2015, after decades of unpredictable budgets, a period of sequestration, forced personnel reductions and a relentless operations tempo, the Air Force was facing a huge hurdle to achieving its operational readiness goals – a shortage of roughly 4,000 aircraft maintainers across the service. Maintenance is the backbone of the world's most powerful Air Force. In recent years the maintenance career fi...
Tags: Washington, Uncategorized, Maintenance, Military, Raf, Pentagon, Air Force, Wilson, U S Air Force, AFSC, Minot Air Force Base, Barksdale, Travis Air Force Base, Travis Air Force Base California, Barksdale Air Force Base, Heather Wilson

Announcing the LexBlog Excellence Awards for Writing on Legal Blogs

I am thrilled to announce a new awards competition for legal blogs — not because the world needs another contest, but because this one aims to do something different, to celebrate excellence in blog writing and spotlight the authors who make legal blogging so vital and essential. The entry period is now open for the inaugural LexBlog Excellence Awards, designed to honor exemplary writing on legal blogs. Unlike other “best blog” awards, ours are not focused on the blog as a whole, but rather are ...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Lexblog

What Is Your Brand?

Your brand is key to your success, whether you realize it or not. No, you don’t have to be an Instagram influencer or YouTube powerhouse, but you do have to carefully curate your professional identity and image in all of its incarnations. Read on for Amy Goldstein’s take, and know that if you handle yourself well, recruiters and jobs will come to you. “Do you think of yourself as a brand?  You should! It is time to recognize that we need to be strategic and thoughtful about how we present our...
Tags: Amazon, Law, Careers, Jeff Bezos, Amy Goldstein, Career Advice for Lawyers

Trump's Ukranian Mess

The case for impeaching Donald Trump got an uptick last week when news emerged that Trump tried to get the Ukranian President to investigate Joe Biden as he was considering whether to provide the Ukraine with a military aid package. CNN reports:... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Law, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Cnn, Donald Trump, Trump

Ninth Circuit Declines to Shelve Lawsuit Alleging Facebook Violated Illinois Biometric Privacy Statute

Illinois enacted a biometric privacy statute which restricted the collection of biometric identifiers. Plaintiffs, Illinois residents and Facebook users, alleged that Facebook violated this statute by collecting, storing, and processing their face-scans without their consent and without establishing the requisite retention schedule. Facebook moved to dismiss for lack of Article III standing. Plaintiffs moved to certify a class. The district court rejected Facebook’s standing argument and certifi...
Tags: Facebook, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Illinois, Privacy/security, Rivera, Ninth Circuit, Patel, Illinois Supreme Court, Rosenbach, US Chamber of Commerce, Publicity/Privacy Rights, Spokeo

New ‘eFiling Portal’ Provides Single Sign-On and Interface to Manage Filings in Multiple Courts

Electronic filing of court documents is one of those technologies that can be both a blessing and a curse. While e-filing eliminates the headaches of paper filing and saves time overall, there is no standardization of the process across different courts, requiring different logins, different filing formats, and different steps to take in completing the filing. As a result, one in every 10 filings is rejected for some flaw. Launching today is a new service designed to address that. From American ...
Tags: Texas, Microsoft, Law, California, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Illinois, Los Angeles Superior Court, Orange County Superior Court, Florida Georgia, Tyler Technologies, National Docketing Association, American LegalNet, Bustan, Erez Bustan ALN, ALN

Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible. This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Alcohol & Advocacy 2. Kate Dewhirst 3. Environmental Law and Litigation 4. Canadian Appeals Monitor 5. Canadian Class Actions Monitor Alcohol & Advocacy Eastwood v. Walton: Liquor Law an...
Tags: Law, Court, Canada, Court of appeal, Parks, Ontario, Morgan, Walton, Desjardins, Monday’s Mix, Mississauga Ontario, Environmental Law and Litigation, Azar, Alcohol Advocacy, Supreme Court of Canada In, B C Court of Appeal

Is Deer Hunting a Rich Man’s Game?

Is deer hunting a rich man's game? Are their equal opportunities for the blue collar deer hunter to notch his fair share of tags this season as well?... Read more... The post Is Deer Hunting a Rich Man’s Game? appeared first on
Tags: Hunting, Bowhunting Blog, Public Land Hunting, Budget Hunting, Cost Of Hunting

Trial of two of the suspects in the Dan Markel murder begins today, and a remarkably forthright critique of Wendi Adelson and her family (UPDATED)

As Blog Emperor Caron reports, the trial of the suspected hitman and middlewoman in the Markel murder begins today, but even more remarkable is this... [Author: Brian Leiter]
Tags: Law, Markel, Caron, Brian Leiter, Dan Markel, Wendi Adelson

Swiping left or right – politically: Chips with Everything podcast

Jordan Erica Webber looks into the rise of identity politics in online dating. In this episode we hear from the journalist Rainesford Stauffer, dating expert Dr Jess Carbino and Tinder’s election bot creator, Yara Rodrigues Fowler Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, Life and style, Society, Identity politics, Online Dating, Jordan Erica Webber, Jess Carbino, Rainesford Stauffer, Yara Rodrigues Fowler

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