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Miele 14L elected to Maryland House of Delegates

Emory Law alumnus Christian Miele 14L was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates, Legislative District 8, on Nov. 4. He was the top vote-getter in a closely contested race with six candidates--including two incumbents--running for the district's three House seats. Miele received 20,164 votes, or 19.4 percent of the total votes cast, in an election where each voter may vote for no more than three candidates. He will be sworn into office Jan. 14.
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Pardo in Bloomberg: Corinthian College sale is fox-in-the-henhouse deal

The Educational Credit Management Corp. is buying 56 of Corinthian Colleges' campuses for $24 million. The nonprofit's primary business is as a guarantor of student loans. "This is like the government giving the fox unfettered access to the hen house, which in this case is the students," says Emory Law Professor Rafael Pardo. "The perceived conflict of interest really casts a pall on this whole transaction."
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