Criminal Justice

International Law Helps Boost A Los Angeles Attorney's Earning PotentialA managing partner from one local law firm shares sound advice on staying competitive within the legal industry.
Criminal Justice Teachers Earn Well Above The National Average In LAUCLA criminal law instructor Christopher Westhoff says anyone seeking a career in law enforcement will discover many good choices in Los Angeles.
Jobs For Campus Guards In LA Require More Than A Keen EyeLoyola Marymount University's chief of public safety, says the role of a campus security guard has toughened to better safeguard students and staff.
LA's Criminal Justice System Wins In Matter Of Job OpportunitiesJoel C. Koury says securing a rewarding profession within the criminal justice system involves more than acquiring book knowledge.
Calif. Counties Seek To Reduce Re-Offense RateCalifornia's 58 counties are grappling with the best way to cut the re-offense rate for former state prisoners who are now being released to the counties for local supervision.
More Than 150 Employees Brace For Layoffs At LA Superior CourtMore than 150 employees of the LA Superior Court face being laid off Friday, according to officials.
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