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Everyday work of a human rights lawyer?

A:  Learning to starve like the thousands of other attorneys out of work..........consider this........ 56 thousand law degrees are awarded each year........with thousands in the pipe line......law is and will be saturated for years and years.........get something in the health field and you won''t have to starve trying to pay off your 200K student loan........just look in the yellow pages under lawyers.......page after page of attorneys begging for work........the new software can do 90% of what you would hire a lawyer to do.........for $40 bucks........Legal self help just opened in our court house in Feb 2010 they have serviced 900 legal issues in 5 months without the assistance of...

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Investment Plans

A:  403b is usually used for Teachers 401k and 403b refer to sections of the federal tax code. 401k is a employer based retirement plan for a business that operates for profit. 403b is usually associated with non profit. Often school boards will use 403b to fund retirement annuities. There is often but not necessarily an employer match in the 401k. The 403b usually does not have an employer match. Both of these plans fall under the general category of defferred compensation....

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What''s the difference between the Navy and the Coast Guard?

A:  The United States Coast Guard (USCG) is a branch of the United States armed forces and one of seven uniformed services. The Coast Guard is a maritime, military, multi-mission service unique among the military branches for having a maritime law enforcement mission (with jurisdiction in both domestic and international waters) and a federal regulatory agency mission as part of its mission set. It operates under the Department of Homeland Security during peacetime, and can be transferred to the Department of the Navy by the President or Congress during time of war. As members of the military, Coast Guardsmen on active and reserve service are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice and receive the same pay and allowances as members of...

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What''s the difference between a law center and adoption agency?

A:  The former is even more loosely regulated than the latter In a crude way, it''s kind of like buying groceries from the wholesale company, rather than the middle man grocery store. Adoption agencies are the go between the first moms and the adoptive parents, and often are very poorly regulated, and at times, many are really not reputable. An adoption agency has to hire an attorney to do their legal paperwork in the adoption process, and often is run by licensed social workers, who do the home studies. Adoption attorneys handle all the legal paperwork, and serve clients almost identically to the adoption agencies, however, they have to hire social workers to do the home studies. Foster care is less expensive, and gives children who need homes a chance at being adopted. There are more risks...

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What is the difference between army rotc, army reserves and army national guard?

A:  First of all I am confused as to why you are asking the differance in Army components when you want to join the Air Force. So first thing to do is decide which one of these branches you want to join. ROTC-Full time college, scholarships, commissioned 2LT upon graduation and aliving allowance once you contract Reserve-One weekend a month-2 weeks a year--deployable--regulated by the federal government National Guard-Same as reserve only regulated by state and federal governments, so you may be activated for state side and national disasters. The Army and Air Force both have a NG and There are Army and Air Force ROTC programs--figure out what branch you want and go from there. ROTC is Reserve Officers Training Corps. You go ROTC when youre...

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What is the difference between an illegal immigrant and an immigrant? arent they both the same?

A:  I guess they don''t teach civics or social studies anymore in public school. Immigrants are people who have undergone the process of immigration. This involves applications, fees, interviews, visas and proof of merit. Illegal migrants, so called because they have NOT undergone the legal process of immigration, are people that just move back and forth between nations with no legitimate documentation to do so. Activists are hoping for an amnesty that would turn migrants into immigrants. This would be incredibly unfair to legal immigrants who have waited years, worked hard to qualify and jumped through bureaucratic hoops to come here. No, they are not the same, not even close. An immigrant is someone who reports to immigration and customs, and is granted the privilege to work and live in a...

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What, besides the price, is the difference between cheap and expensive car tyres?

A:  The quality and durability of materials, speed rating, load rating and manufacturers overheads/profit margin. Type of tread some for street or all terrain or snow how many miles its good for some go for as little as 40xxx some as much as 120xxx Grip and wear are the differences. Cheap tyres grip poorly and wear out quickly. Since tyres are the only contact between your car and the road surface it is wise to fit good tyres. Please note that I said good tyres, not expensive tyres. You can find good tyres such as Michelin. Pirelli, Dunlop, Firestone, Bridgestone etc at reasonable prices if you do your research. In Hampshire, Micheldever Tyres undercut all the national outlets considerably. Consequently I buy my Michelins there alongside all the Porsche and BMW owners...

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What is the difference between a, A-road? and a, B-road?

A:  a road is more travled on than a b road B Roads don''t get their pot-holes repaired anymore and A roads Don''t get their pot-holes repaired anymore either unless it is the 31st of February. I think that''s how it works now. Yes a A road is like the busier roads like say the country roads or carriage ways.B roads would be like the quiet,narrow roads that aren''t major. A roads are the major trunk roads between towns or cities B roads are local roads between villages or smaller towns. A roads are maintained by the Highways Agency (i.e. central government) B roads are the responsibility of local councils....

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What Is the Difference Between Paid-In Capital and Earned Capital?

A:  The reason to keep numbers separate is because you need to keep track of them. For these two numbers, there are tax reasons which differ if you are an S Corp, a C Corp an LLC, etc. But depending on the company status, the difference between the two numbers is important. If you lived on a desert island with no stockholders and no taxes, it wouldn''t matter unless you wanted to keep track of it for your internal analysis of return on investment....

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Is there a difference between the attitudes of people who?

A:  While I do feel that many of the regular ap''s here on Y!A do not have the BSE attitude, I feel that most adoptive parents DO. Again, I am NOT directing this towards the educated ap''s here. Just peruse some of the ap & pap blogs out there. The verbage, the entitlement, their sentiments reek of the BSE Era. It''s like I am reading some science fiction novel from the 1960''s. I hesitate to link them here, because I have had several answers with blog links receive violations, but I will be more than happy to share them through email. I feel the difference between the BSE attitude ap''s and the attitudes of many of the ap''s here is simply because of education, and because these parents realize that adoption is supposed to be in the child''s best interest. Not theirs....