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The author of AB 2346, Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez, refused to accept amendments proposed by the Center For Public Interest Law and Consumer Watchdog to make sure addicted doctors in treatment are also reported to the medical board's disciplinary arm, to prevent treatment from substituting for discipline, and to prevent medical interests responsible for the last scandal-plagued monitoring program from running this one.
It was an eye-opening visit for Rockson Akugre, a Ghana attorney with the Center for Public Interest Law, a nongovernmental organization focused on human rights and environmental issues.
AB 1005 was sponsored by the Center for Public Interest Law and, as introduced, went back 10 years to cite scandals as justification for changing the law to require that CBA meetings be cast live on the internet.
Baylor University School of Law and the William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law at the University of Texas School of Law have established the Equal Justice Scholarships, which will be awarded to students with strong academic credentials as well as demonstrated commitment to public service.
Previously, she directed public interest summer programs for nine years at Columbia Law School's Social Justice Initiatives - Center for Public Interest Law.
who represents the Center for Public Interest Law and a collection of individuals who make their livings suing CPAs.
A number of associations, including the University of San Diego Center for Public Interest Law, the California Society of Enrolled Agents and the National Society of Public Accountants, have filed amicus curiae briefs in support of the appeal.
the California Alliance for Consumer Protection and the Center for Public Interest Law.