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Law

Do Law Schools Limit Black Enrollment With LSAT?

With the increasing demand for Law enrollments, the number of Law Schools are also increasing. The Law schools have started taking high LSAT scorer to be published in the list of top Law schools.

But a recent research has proved that there seem to be a little colour discrimination in the admission to these schools. It has been seen that Black students are admitted less into Law schools as compared to white students. It has been a serious concern for black people who study hard and want to go to good Law schools and take their career to a new …

Britons

Are Britons More Likely to Divorce Than Change Bank Accounts?

Ed Balls MP

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls claimed at the weekend that Britons nowadays are “more likely to be divorced than to change your bank account.” He was making a point about the need for banking reforms and the need for customers to shop around.

Chancellor Ed Balls

But that got us thinking – is this claim true? Are British people more likely to get a divorce than they are to change their bank accounts?

Ed Balls claim was based on the prior claim that people change their bank accounts on average “every 26 years,” which makes divorce more likely – the the …

Movies

Divorce Will be Mentioned in Live Katy Perry Movie

Firework singer Katy Perry revealed this week that her forthcoming live concert film will mention her divorce from British comic Russell Brand, although the reference will be a “tasteful” one.

Katy Perry

The concert movie, Part Of Me: 3D, is due out in the USA on the 4th July weekend, and Perry said on the Ellen DeGeneres Show that she wanted her fans to get as accurate an insight into her life as possible – including the downsides, such as her divorce from Brand.

“I thought it was important to show everything in between. I think sometimes people think that we’re perfect, …

Animals

Austrian Zoo Turtles ‘Divorce’ After 115 Years

TurtlesReports emerged this week of a very sad divorce in the animal world – the irrevocable split of a pair of giant turtles at an Austrian zoo after 115 happy years.

Bibi and Poldi have been together at the zoo in Klagenfurt for 36 of those years, previously living at Basel zoo in Switzerland, where they had grown up and become an item, the Austrian Times reported.

But now they refuse to share an enclosure, sad zoo officials have revealed, with zoo manager Helga Happ saying that “for no reason that anyone can discover they seem to have fallen out; …

Habit

Recession Affects UK Divorce Habits

The trying economic times facing the UK is leading to a rise in divorce, according to divorce lawyers across the country.

The most recent national figures show that there were some 120,000 divorces in Britain in 2010, a 5 per cent increase compared to the previous year. The recession has also changed the way that divorces are funded and assets split, lawyers say. With property values diminishing, the traditional route whereby a family home is sold and the proceeds fund both the divorce and a new start for both parties can no longer be relied upon.

Financial planner Fiona