Duke Law releases report analyzing ties between countering terrorism financing rules and gender equality

20 March 2017

DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW – The report analyzes how countering terrorism financing rules impact women’s rights organizing, women’s rights organizations, and gender equality.

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Harvard Law and Vermont Law release collaborative “Blueprint for a National Food Strategy”

20 March 2017

VTDIGGER – The Center for Agriculture and Food Systems at Vermont Law School and the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic announced the release of their “Blueprint for a National Food Strategy.”

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FIU Law clinic teaches and assists lawyers in all aspects of death penalty representation

20 March 2017

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY – Florida Center for Capital Representation at the FIU College of Law consults with, teaches and assists lawyers in all aspects of capital representation.

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Loyola, Los Angeles Law’s Project for the Innocent secures release for man wrongly convicted for murder

20 March 2017

LOYOLA LAW SCHOOL, LOS ANGELES – Loyola Law School, Los Angeles Project for the Innocent client Andrew Leander Wilson was released from L.A.’s Men’s Central Jail.

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UVA Law students help Zambians address human rights concerns through project

20 March 2017

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW – A recent trip to the region by eight University of Virginia School of Law students brought the everyday concerns facing Zambians to life.

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Harvard’s Food Law and Policy Clinic contributes to report calling for federal action on food recovery

20 March 2017

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL – The Food Law and Policy Clinic and the NRDC, released “Don’t Waste, Donate: Enhancing Food Donations through Federal Policy.”

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St. Mary’s Law seminar prepares law students to handle child abuse cases

20 March 2017

ST. MARY’S UNIVERSITY – The St. Mary’s School of Law began piloting an innovative course this spring that teaches law students about issues related to representing clients in the abuse and neglect docket of Bexar County’s Children’s Courts Division.

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UMass Law to receive public service award form state bar association

20 March 2017

SOUTH COAST TODAY – The University of Massachusetts School of Law will be given the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Public Service Award.

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WVU Law students provide thousands of hours in pro bono services throughout state while gaining hands-on experience

13 March 2017

EXPONENT TELEGRAM – Each year, WVU law students provide tens of thousands of hours of pro bono legal services to clients throughout the state, gaining valuable experience while helping individuals who otherwise couldn’t afford it.

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Duke Law students present data on human trafficking in U.S. to U.N.

13 March 2017

DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW – Four students from the International Human Rights Clinic assembled a comprehensive trove of data and patterns of human trafficking in the United States.

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