Chancellor University - Archives for 10/2012

A Lesson in Going Back to School

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Having been out of school for a few years, working in banking and as an entrepreneur leading an international company, I thought spending time getting my MBA was not necessary.  So this year I decided that I would apply myself and get my MBA done. read more
POSTED IN: Education
AUTHOR: Victor Serna

The Admissions Journey: From Application to Enrollment & Beyond

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

When a student makes the decision to start or return to school after a long absence, it can be a life-changing and stressful process. Chancellor’s Admissions department operates as a facilitator to students from the first moment of interest through the enrollment process and beyond.

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POSTED IN: Admissions
AUTHOR: Libby Brandt

Thoughts On the Recent Attempted Federal Reserve Attack

Friday, October 19, 2012

Once again we find New York City a target for terrorist attacks.  The attempt on the Federal Reserve yesterday was the fifteenth plot averted by the authorities since September 11, 2001.

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POSTED IN: News and Media
AUTHOR: Gretchen Fleming & Scott Brantley

Entrapment

Monday, October 08, 2012
The word entrapment has been in the news lately. Here in Cleveland (home of Chancellor University), five (5) individuals were recently arrested and charged in federal court with conspiring to detonate a bomb(s) to destroy a bridge which handles a large amount of traffic and commuters each day.  One lawyer has openly professed his belief that his client was entrapped by the government to commit this offense.  Let’s discuss this defense and look at what the legal definition of entrapment is.  read more
POSTED IN: Education
AUTHOR: Scott Brantley

What Are the “Stand Your Ground” and “Castle Law” Doctrines? Are They the Same Thing?

Monday, October 08, 2012
This type of defense was first enacted in 2005 (in Florida) at the behest of the National Rifle Association (NRA). This law has recently come to light there in the Trayvon Martin case where George Zimmerman has been charged with second degree murder of Martin. His defense is that he used deadly force because the “stand your ground” law in Florida allowed for that. read more
POSTED IN: Education
AUTHOR: Scott Brantley
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