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health maintenance organizations deregulated a
springing up across the natin - are said, "so ther'
becoming more and more popular,"
sad government h
A legal service plan is part of an em- She added t
ployee benefit package. Large firms lead to a swa
hire attorneys and give their employees Washington a
an alloted amount of free legal time. lawyers fight
The types of cases handled under the tunities.
iplan are limited, however. As with m
"The legal service has signed a young lawyer
contract with the employee s union that jobs on the W
istates exactly which types of cases may Sun Belt. Mos
be handled by company lawyers and cities; aver
(which may not," said Janet Larson, a $24,000.
recruitment director at Hyatt Legal But most it
«Services, a law firm that arranges such lawyers find
legal service plans. what type of s
But young lawyers should not look to Those who.
this sector for their first job. Larson such as the
said Hyatt has a rule that new hires stand a far
must have at least two years of legal hired, said
A And government agencies, once con- Career Plann
sidered big markets for attorneys, are "National
slowly closing their doors to the legal recognized n
Dr. Aaron Kirschenbaum of Tel Aviv University wi
Ethics of Police Entrapment". The lecture will begin
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School of Business Administration - 3-Day Ser
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W .~i~ evta g a m - ' n m 2A ..EU SR
TON (AP) - Two
al committees are in-
the discrepancies in
or an admiral and lower-
emen who were all ac-
ging Soviet weapons into
ates after the invasion of
pitol Hill sources said
and Senate Armed Ser-
1ees have each asked the
and Marines for details
ervices handled the cases
Joseph Metcalf III and
s and Marines. Metcalf,
of the October 1983 in-
only cautioned after U.S.
Customs agents found 24 AK-47
automatic rifles in his plane. But the
five soldiers and two Marines were
convicted, and in most of the cases,
were sentenced to jail, fined and
dismissed from the service.
THE congressional panels are trying
to determine if Metcalf was given
preferential treatment, said the sour-
ces, who would discuss the probes only
on condition they not be identified.
The committees have asked for
details of how the services handled in-
cidents in which servicemen took
weapons out of Grenada. They are
seeking details of other cases in ad-
dition to those of Metcalf and the seven
soldiers and Marines, if other cases
The Pentagon has also announced it
is investigating the handling the cases.
MEANTIME, two of the soldiers said
their dismissals from the Army can't be
justified in light of Metcalf's treatment.
Former Staff Sgt. Allen Cassett said,
"I'm more upset at the fact that he got
away with it, not that he took them, the
rifles. I'm not anti-military, I'm just
disappointed in the military's judicial
system. The punishment did not fit the
Former Army Capt. John Dorsz
noted that he served a prison term and
Metcalf didn't and commented, "but he
did the same as I."
THE NAVY has defended its handling
of the case. Metcalf, the Navy said, was
attempting'to bring the captured Soviet
weapons back as souvenirs; was not
familiar with the regulations on war
trophies and though the rifles could be
brought back as long as they were
The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 13, 1985 - Page 3
disabled; and took full responsibility sent a letter by his superior, Adm,
for his actions. Wesley McDonald, Atlantic Fleet
The two Marines were explicitly commander.
warned against bringing back the The letter said the "caution"
weapons, the Navy said. wouldn't become part of Metcalf's
The Army also defended its handling wouldnt becord pat of Mead
of the cases involving the five soldiers. permanent record, but that he had
Lt. Col. Craig meNab, a service committed a "careless" and serious
"hasn't breach of regulations that could em-
spokesman, said the Army "hasn't barrass the service. After the Grenada
done anything peculiar in handlinginvasion, Metcalf was elevated to
these cases. These men violated dnasoy c af was erated o
regulations and they were punished." deputy chief of naval operations for
Following the incident, Metcalf was surface warfare.
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"Local" schools train students to pass
administration the bar examination for a particular
things," Krieger state. Wayne State University and The
onger the need for University of Detroit have "local" law
that there used to schools, Tinker said. Their graduates
can look for jobs in the state of
e deregulation has Michigan, but will facehtough com-
job market in the petition to locate elsewhere.
he ex-government "The top 10 law schools are ex-
other job oppor- tremely difficult to get into, but the op-
portunities for the students graduating
ew professionals, from those schools are tremendous," he
nost likely to land said.
East Coast or the A recent study said The University of
n big metropolitan Michigan ranks second behind Har-
arting salary is vard's law school. Yale, The University
of California at Berkeley, Stanford, and
ntly, where young Columbia follow. Ohio State University
yment depends on ranks as the 25th best law school; The
ey attend. University of Detroit is 44th, and Wayne
"national" schools State is 60th.
rsity's law school
chance of getting
Tinker, a pre-
or at the Office of
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Tomorrow: A look at the medical
An intruder broke into the Donburi
restaurant and Jason's ice cream store
on State Street early Monday according
to Sgt. Jan Suomala of the Ann Arbor
Police. The burglar gained entrance
through the back door and walked off
with small amounts of money from the
cash registers of both stores.
Campus security also reported that
$800 in cash was stolen from the Bur-
sley Hall store and snack bar last
Friday. $180 was stolen from the front
desk of South Quad over the weekend.
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