American University Washington College of Law contributes to Guatemalan Constitutional Court decision regarding death penalty

13 November 2017

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW – Aythnis Rivera LL.M. ’17 and Tatiana Devia ’18, who are part of the law school’s Impact Litigation Project, were pleased to hear about the decision.

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Maryland Carey Law students spend two weeks in Malawi helping children through collaboration

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – A two-week trip to Malawi has further cemented a collaborative bond established years ago between the law school and the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College of Law.

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Maine Law Dean honored by International Women’s Forum

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SCHOOL OF LAW – Dean Danielle Conway was recently honored by the International Women’s Forum as a “Woman Who Makes A Difference.”

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NYU Law receives grant from Government of Japan to support U.S.-Asia Law Institute

13 November 2017

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY – NYU School of Law has announced a grant of $5 million from the Government of Japan for an endowment of the U.S.-Asia Law Institute.

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Fordham Law wins international award for ethics program in Ghana

6 November 2017

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW – A joint program won this year’s American Lawyer’s Global CSR Project of the Year.

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UC Irvine Law student shares his experience externing in U.N. Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights in Switzerland

6 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW – “My coursework at UCI Law, particularly the skills I learned during my Lawyering Skills class, has afforded me the opportunity to excel in this externship.”

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Georgia State Law LL.M program helps students hone legal communications skills

6 November 2017

GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW – These students are enrolled in one of the law school’s more unusual cross-curricular courses, combining linguistics and U.S. law.

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Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Clinic advocates for greater transparency in use of armed drones in Europe

30 October 2017

COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL – A team from the Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic traveled to Europe in September to present their recent report “Out of the Shadows.”

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