Georgia State University Law professor Ted Afield named chair of AALS Section on Teaching Methods

20 August 2019

Georgia State University — Ted Afield, associate clinical professor of law and director of the Philip C. Cook Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at Georgia State University’s College of Law, has been named chair of the Section on Teaching Methods for the Association of American Law Schools (AALS), a position in which he will advise AALS….

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Brooklyn Law professor Jodi Balsam named to NCAA Independent Resolution Panel

19 August 2019

Brooklyn Law School — Professor Jodi Balsam, a sports law expert and former in-house counsel at the National Football League, has been named by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to its Independent Resolution Panel, one of the groups created as part of the new Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP). These changes were made based on….

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UC Irvine Law professor Dan Berk presents talk at University of Hamburg on algorithms and markets

19 August 2019

UCI Law — Chancellor’s Professor of Law Dan Burk will present “Market Discipline and the Algorithmic Rule of Law,” at the University of Hamburg on Nov. 14, 2019.

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UC Davis Law Professor Raquel Aldana honored by the ABA

19 August 2019

ABA Journal — ABA honors five women for their service to the legal profession. Recipients include: Raquel Aldana (UC Davis), Michelle Banks (BarkerGilmore), Kelly Dermody (Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein), Judge Judith McConnell (4th District Court of Appeal of California), Julie Su (California Labor and Workforce Development Agency).

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Duke Law professor Carolyn McAllaster recognized for improving policies for people living with HIV/AIDS

19 August 2019

The Chronicle — Carolyn McAllaster retired June 30, 2019. During her tenure at Duke Law, she has had a profound influence on Duke’s legal clinics and law students as an advocate for health justice.

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Harvard Law professor Ronald Sullivan Jr. discusses controversy around legal representation of Harvey Weinstein

19 August 2019

Boston Magazine — The Harvard law professor talks about free speech, representing Harvey Weinstein, his empathy for Aaron Hernandez, and his controversial ouster as a faculty dean for undergrads on campus.

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Podcast: Northwestern Law Dean Kimberly Yuracko discusses the role of law schools in creating a diverse legal profession

19 August 2019

Legal Talk Network — Dean Kimberly Yuracko discusses her extensive research on gender equity and surveys the current landscape of anti-discrimination law.

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Harvard Law professor David Wilkins discusses the legal profession’s slow adoption of technology

12 August 2019

LIVELAW.IN — Speaking to Adv. Avani Bansal, Prof. Wilkins shared his thoughts and opinion on Rule of Law, its challenges, Globalization and Legal Profession in India.

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Lewis and Clark Law librarian Mari Cheney wins American Association of Law Libraries writing competition

12 August 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Mari Cheney, Assistant Director of Research and Instruction of Lewis & Clark Law School’s Boley Law Library, won the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) “Call for Papers” competition with her short form essay, “The Hearing-Impaired Law Librarian: Navigating Silent Spaces.”

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