UCLA Law clinic wins free speech victory in U.S. Supreme Court

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW – The victory in Matal v. Tam marks the second win of the term for the clinic.

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Four Oklahoma Law students study rights of indigenous peoples in Costa Rica

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF LAW – OU Law students enrolled in the International Human Rights Clinic undertook a working visit to the Republic of Costa Rica.

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Utah Law’s Public Policy Clinic publishes report on Utah’s school-to-prison pipeline

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH S.J. QUINNEY SCHOOL OF LAW – The report, “Misbehavior or Misdemeanor? A Report on the Utah’s School to Prison Pipeline,” builds on two earlier reports.

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Stanford Law’s Policy Lab and Youth & Education Law Project release guide addressing concerns facing immigrant families in charter schools

26 June 2017

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL – The groups released a guide today to address increasing student absences and decreasing parental participation in California’s public charter schools among immigrant families in the wake of recent federal policy changes.

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Kansas Law Project for Innocence frees wrongfully convicted client after finding look-alike

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF LAW – The outlook for Richard Jones appeared bleak when University of Kansas School of Law Project for Innocence interns Chapman Williams and Chad Neswick took over his case in 2015.

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New Mexico Supreme Court adopts recommendations from UNM Law professor on pretrial justice

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO – The Court’s procedural rules were based on recommendations from the Ad Hoc Pretrial Release Committee chaired by Professor Leo Romero.

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Maine Law student embarks on Rural Summer Legal Corps Program in Montana

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SCHOOL OF LAW – Lauren LeSueur, a rising 2L at the University of Maine School of Law, is working at Montana Legal Services Association this summer as part of the Rural Summer Legal Corps Program.

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Denver Law recognized by Public Justice for prisoner rights case

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER STURM COLLEGE OF LAW — A team from the Civil Rights Clinic and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center, is one of four national finalists for Public Justice’s Trial Lawyer of the Year award.

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UCLA Law graduate argues First Amendment case before Ninth Circuit Court

26 June 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW – Elizabeth Arias’ rare opportunity came from participating in the law school’s First Amendment clinic.

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