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“Apple confronts the law of large numbers” . . . huh? « Statistical ...

Also known as the golden theorem, with a proof attributed to the 17th-century Swiss mathematician Jacob Bernoulli, the law states that a variable will revert to a mean over a large sample of results. In the case of the largest ...
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Media Law Prof Blog: NotW Higher Ups May Have Known About ...

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The Guardian reports that an email shows that someone in law enforcement told Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, both then still at News International and at News of the World, that there were "victims" of phone hacking at ...
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Wealthy are more likely to lie, cheat and break the law

Wealthy are more likely to lie, cheat and break the law | Laws News | Scoop.it
The scientists behind the study said that the rich’s view of the world may be clouded by self-absorption and greed. As a result, they have fewer scruples than those who have less money to burn.
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TaxProf Blog: Cloud & Shepherd: Law Deans May Go to Jail for ...

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Some law schools and their deans submitted false information about the schools' expenditures and their students' undergraduate grades and LSAT scores. Others submitted information that may have been literally true but ...
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FAQ: Should I Go to Law School? | The Art of Manliness

FAQ: Should I Go to Law School? | The Art of Manliness | Laws News | Scoop.it
For those of you who've been following the site for a while, you know that I'm a law school grad–University of Tulsa College of Law 2009. Because many readers know I went to law school, I get several emails a.
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