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News@Law, 05/11/2016

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U.S. News & World Report
Law Schools Offer Loan Assistance Programs to Debt-Burdened Grads
Deciding between a law school with a generous scholarship and a school with a well-known loan assistance plan, 30-year-old Michael Kaercher made his choice based on the loan assistance plan provided after graduation. "I thought that if I ended up at a firm, then I wouldn't miss the $100,000 in scholarships," says Kaercher, who graduated from Harvard Law School in 2010 and works as an attorney adviser at the IRS. "But if ended up going into the public sector and went to Harvard, then I'd qualify for this program."..."Harvard has one of the most generous programs that I've seen based on their formula," says the fifth-year attorney, who receives $8,849 in loan assistance every six months from Harvard to pay his $220,000 law school debt. "You don't have to work for a 501(c)(3) or anything like that in order to be eligible. You just have to not make that much money."..."LIPP functions very much like a backend scholarship – we often describe it that way to students – because LIPP benefits can potentially be as generous as many up-front merit scholarships," says Kenneth Lafler, assistant dean for student financial services at Harvard Law School.
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Sex Versus Gender In Carolina Bathroom Case
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. North Carolina and the federal government are suing each other over whether the state’s new transgender bathroom regulation violates federal civil rights laws. The cultural stakes are clear: the two governments have sharply different ideas about the acceptance of transgender people. But what about the legal stakes? The legal problem in the case is whether the North Carolina law, which bars transgender people from restrooms, locker rooms and changing rooms, violates the provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex. That question may sound simple, but it’s actually profound. It will require a court to decide whether gender is the same thing as sex, and if so, for what purposes.
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Brother, Spare Me a Dime. Or Else.
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Laws that ban street begging often are challenged as a violation of First Amendment free speech rights. Appellate courts are divided on the question, and the Supreme Court has never answered it definitively. But in the last year, courts across the country have begun striking down laws against panhandling on the ground that they prohibit certain speech on the basis of its content. The reason is a major Supreme Court decision from last year that barred an Arizona town from using content to distinguish between different types of temporary signs erected on public property.
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