Visiting professor of practice at Maine Law named arbitrator for E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield program

18 September 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SCHOOL OF LAW – Peter Guffin has been selected by the U.S. Department of Commerce and European Commission to serve as an arbitrator for the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield arbitration program.

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Penn State Law hosts panel examining the success of human rights movements around the world

18 September 2017

DAILY COLLEGIAN – Sponsored by Penn State Law, Penn State School of International Affairs and the Rock Ethics Institute, the panel will be free and open to the public on Sept. 13.

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Ontario government intervenes in case of Christian law school’s proposed ban on homosexuality

18 September 2017

GLOBE AND MAIL – The Ontario government is likening a proposed Christian law school’s requirement of no sexual intimacy outside of heterosexual marriage to a bar against Jews that existed in the province’s legal profession nearly 200 years ago.

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U.S. universities predict drop or stagnation in international enrollments due to political climate

11 September 2017

INSIDE HIGHER ED – Amid concerns about visas and the political environment, some institutions are maintaining or even increasing their enrollment numbers, but many report drops, some by as much as 30 to 50 percent for new students.

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Brooklyn Law’s Safe Harbor Clinic wins asylum for West African client

11 September 2017

BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL – A client of Brooklyn Law School’s Safe Harbor Clinic has been granted asylum after almost two years of advocacy on his behalf.

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John Marshall Law professor helps open first law school in Bhutan

11 September 2017

JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL – Professor Mark Wojcik has been working as a Fulbright Specialist at the Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law in Thimphu, Bhutan since July.

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Baylor Law explores study abroad program in Zambia

11 September 2017

BAYLOR LARIAT – The Baylor Law School recently hosted Zambian legal practitioner Sara Larios to discuss her work with nonprofits in Africa and the possibility of starting a Baylor in Zambia program.

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Indiana McKinney Law’s IP center to help organize conference on new paradigms of law in Taiwan

5 September 2017

INDIANA UNIVERSITY ROBERT H. MCKINNEY SCHOOL OF LAW – The Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation is a co-organizer of the upcoming Conference on New Paradigms of Law.

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WVU Law to tackle U.S.-Cuba baseball diplomacy during annual lecture

5 September 2017

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY – International relations scholar Daniel Añorve Añorve will deliver the annual Archibald McDougall Lecture on International Law.

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Fordham Law hosts annual international antitrust law and policy conference

5 September 2017

BUSINESSWIRE – The conference will feature topics focused the role of the courts in antitrust enforcement, “must-have” content and the antitrust playing field in media and sports, and the multijurisdictional challenge of e-commerce and antitrust.

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