Yale Law dean Heather Gerken discusses integrating theory and practice in legal education

17 June 2019

LAW.COM — Law schools, says Gerken, should integrate both theory and practice to such a degree that they aren’t viewed as opposite goals, but rather natural extensions of each other.

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University of Arkansas Law names Kelly Terry associate dean

17 June 2019

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS NEWS — Kelly Terry, Ben J. Altheimer Professor of Law at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has been named the associate dean for experiential learning and clinical programs at Bowen.

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West Virginia University Law professor Jena Martin awarded fellowship to conduct consumer rights research

14 June 2019

WVU LAW — WVU Law professor Jena Martin is exploring consumer rights issues with the goal of creating best-practice guidelines for policymakers.

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University of Virginia Law professor Michael Livermore publishes book on use of computers to analyze legal information

14 June 2019

UVA LAW — Professor Michael Livermore of the University of Virginia School of Law has collaborated on a new book that examines how computer-based tools are being used to analyze dense legal information

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Seton Hall Law professor Jennifer Olivia honored for public service

14 June 2019

NJBIZ –Incoming Seton Hall University School of Law Professor Jennifer Oliva has been selected as the 2019 Ike Skelton award winner by The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation.

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Quinnipiac Law dean Jennifer Brown named interim provost; Brad Saxton named interim dean

14 June 2019

Q30 TV — After 21 years with the Quinnipiac University, Mark Thompson, executive vice president and provost, will be leaving May 31st, having just accepted the position of President at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston.

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Colleagues honor University of Houston Law Center professor Michael Olivas

14 June 2019

UH LAW CENTER — The academic careers of University of Houston Law Center Professor Michael A. Olivas and University of Houston College of Education Professor Tina Reyes, Olivas’ wife, were recently celebrated at Houston restaurant Caracol.

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Three Fordham Law professors honored by American Constitution Society for scholarship

14 June 2019

FORDHAM LAW — On Friday, June 7, Professors Andrew Kent, Ethan J. Leib and Jed Shugerman were named the winners of the Twelfth Annual Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law by the American Constitution Society at their 2019 National Convention.

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Denver Law professor files unequal pay lawsuit

14 June 2019

DENVER POST — The University of Denver’s law school made professors’ salaries transparent as part of a $2.7 million settlement last year of an unequal-pay lawsuit brought by female professors.

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Former Columbia Law dean Lance Liebman honored for service to school

14 June 2019

COLUMBIA LAW — Faculty, friends, and family gather to celebrate the beloved professor and influential scholar upon his retirement.

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