Georgia State University Law professor Rose Rameau honored by AALS Section on Comparative Law

March 13, 2024

AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION — Professor Rose Rameau, Fellow, was awarded the 2024 Mark Tushnet Prize in Comparative Law. Professor Rameau won the award for an article titled “Reshaping Government’s Fiduciary Role Under the 1992 Constitution of Ghana.”

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AALS survey: Value of pro bono services from law class of 2023 exceeds $104 million

March 7, 2024

THE NATIONAL JURIST — In December, 83 law schools reported that 16,559 law students in the class of 2023 contributed more than 3,289,714 hours in legal services as part of their legal education, an average of about 198 hours per student. 

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University of Baltimore Law professor Dionne Koller honored by AALS Section on Law and Sports

February 28, 2024

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE SCHOOL OF LAW — Prof. Dionne Koller, director of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center for Sport and the Law, received the America Association of Law Schools’ (AALS) Section in Law and Sport’s section award for excellence in her scholarship at the organization’s annual conference on Jan. 3. 

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American Law Institute celebrates members recognized with AALS section awards

February 22, 2024

THE AMERICAN LAW INSITUTE — At its 2024 annual meeting, the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) acknowledged the winners of the 2024 Section Awards with an awards ceremony. 

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University of Mississippi Law Housing Clinic honored by AALS section

February 21, 2024

THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF LAW — University of Mississippi School of Law Housing Clinic Director Desiree Hensley and staff attorney Jordan Hughes were recently recognized by the Association of American Law Schools for their outstanding pro bono work in Cleveland, Mississippi where the team took on representation for 50 tenants living in uninhabitable

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Pepperdine Law professor Chris Chambers Goodman presents paper on artificial intelligence at 2024 AALS Annual Meeting

February 13, 2024

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY CARUSO SCHOOL OF LAW — Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented “Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice” at the 2024 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting.

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Stetson Law professor Kirsten Davis honored by AALS Section on Technology, Law, and Legal Education

February 13, 2024

FLORIDA RECORD — From embracing virtual learning during the pandemic to inspiring colleagues to reimagine legal education in the age of artificial intelligence, Dr. Kirsten Davis is leading important conversations about the ways tech transforms how we teach law.

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Michigan State University Law professors Kathryn Fort honored by AALS Litigation Section 

February 6, 2024

LEGAL NEWS — MSU Law Professor and Clinic Director Kathryn Fort was honored for her pivotal role in the landmark case, Brackeen v. Haaland with the Practitioner Award from the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).

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University of Nebraska Law highlights faculty who presented at the 2024 AALS Annual Meeting

February 6, 2024

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA LINCOLN COLLEGE OF LAW — Five Nebraska Law professors presented at the Association of American Law Schools annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

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UNLV Law professor Frank Rudy Cooper honored by AALS Section on Minority Groups

February 6, 2024

THE JOURNAL OF BLACKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION — Frank Rudy Cooper, a William S. Boyd Professor of Law and director of the Program on Race, Gender & Policing at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, recently received the 2024 C. Clyde Ferguson, Jr. Award from the Association of

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