Supreme Court Justice Alito to deliver building dedication keynote address at University of South Carolina Law

18 September 2017

THE STATE – U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito, one of the court’s most conservative justices, will be the keynote speaker at the dedication of the University of South Carolina School of Law.

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Wisconsin Law School hosts Supreme Court Justice Kagan for talk on her career and experiences

18 September 2017

BADGER HERALD – Elena Kagan spoke to UW law students, faculty about her experience in the legal profession, time on SCOTUS.

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Survey of university admissions directors finds some colleges may be falling short of admissions goals

18 September 2017

INSIDE HIGHER ED – Only 34 percent of colleges met new student enrollment targets this year by May 1, the traditional date by which most institutions hope to have a class set.

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Op-ed: How U.S. News rankings promote economic inequality on campus

18 September 2017

POLITICO – “A POLITICO review shows that the criteria used in the U.S. News rankings … create incentives for schools to favor wealthier students over less wealthy applicants.”

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California Western Law students help tackle federal immigration case backlog in San Diego

18 September 2017

CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW – The Community Law Project provides legal advice, consultations, and community education in 11 areas of law, and serves more than 1,000 individuals each year.

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Georgetown Law’s Center on Poverty and Inequality releases report on school resource officers and girls of color

18 September 2017

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER – The new report is centered on first-of-their-kind focus groups and interviews with school resource officers and girls to learn first-hand perspectives.

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University of Kansas Law provides free legal assistance for DACA renewals

18 September 2017

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS – The University of Kansas School of Law will provide free legal assistance to individuals eligible to renew their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals authorization.

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University of New Hampshire Law’s immigration clinic offers help to DACA recipients

18 September 2017

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE – The clinic is available to assist with legal issues that arise from the decision by the White House to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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Arkansas Law’s immigration clinic to hold public Q&A session to address DACA concerns

18 September 2017

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS – Christina Pollard, visiting associate professor of law and director of the University of Arkansas School of Law Immigration Clinic, to address questions about the upcoming changes.

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Creighton Law clinic to provide legal aid to immigrants and refugees

18 September 2017

OMAHA WORLD-HERALD – A new clinic aims to directly aid immigrants and refugees in open cases in immigration courts and train the next generation of lawyers.

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