Indiana McKinney Law alumna appointed Indiana Department of Natural Resources general counsel

18 September 2017

INDIANA UNIVERSITY ROBERT H. MCKINNEY SCHOOL OF LAW – Samantha DeWester, ’07, was appointed General Counsel of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

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Two Rutgers Law alumni tapped for senior SEC posts

15 September 2017

RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL – Alan M. Cohen ‘79 joined the Security and Exchange Commission as a senior policy advisor. Kristina Littman ‘05 was recently promoted to be the lead advisor.

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First African-American graduate of University of Mississippi Law’s gift to support scholarships for students

11 September 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF LAW – Retired state Supreme Court justice Reuben Anderson’s most recent gift will provide scholarships for full-time law students.

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Southwestern Law School names two fellows for Domestic Violence Advocacy Initiative

11 September 2017

SOUTHWESTERN LAW SCHOOL – Southwestern’s Domestic Violence Advocacy Initiative recently named Anthony Bonadies ’14 and Alice Nguyen ’16 as its first ever Fellows.

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Following the careers of four law school graduates who entered the profession young

5 September 2017

ABA JOURNAL – Recent reports on a youth who is entering law school at the age of 18 spurred Law.com to track down some other law school grads who began their studies at an early age.

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Legal community rallies around Yale Law graduate denied bar admission for teenage indiscretions

5 September 2017

YALE NEWS – Betts’ story has attracted national attention and sparked a public debate about the equity of the U.S. criminal justice system.

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Harvard Law’s David Wilkins named to ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Education

29 August 2017

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL – David Wilkins ’80, the Lester Kissel Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, has been named to the American Bar Association’s Commission on the Future of Legal Education.

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Recent Case Western Reserve Law graduate wins regional bankruptcy law award

29 August 2017

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW – Yamane is the 2017 Midwest Regional Bankruptcy Seminar Distinguished Law Student.

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Largest ever group of black UC Berkeley Law students, alumni secure federal clerkships

21 August 2017

DAILY CALIFORNIAN – 11 Black Berkeley Law students and alumni secured federal judicial clerkships this year, the highest known number of clerkships obtained by the school’s Black students and graduates in a single application cycle.

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Penn Law graduate awarded postgraduate fellowship to work with Southern Poverty Law Center’s Special Litigation Practice Group

21 August 2017

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL – David Washington L’15 has been named the Penn Law Civil Rights Fellow, a new, two-year, postgraduate fellowship created by Penn Law and the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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