How legal English courses help foreign educated students in LLM degree programs

July 10, 2024

THE INTERNATIONAL JURIST — If you are applying to LL.M. programs in the U.S., you may have come across the phrase “legal English.” And for good reason as language is a crucial component of U.S. legal education. I still remember buying Black’s Law Dictionary and looking up words in 2010 during my own 1L, sometimes

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Boston College Law professor E. Joan Blum named honorary professor at university in Uzbekistan

July 10, 2024

BC LAW MAGAZINE — BC Law’s E. Joan Blum was named an honorary professor of Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL), a renowned center of legal education in Uzbekistan. 

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Hofstra Law professor Ellen Yaroshefsky receives Fulbright scholarship to conduct research in Brazil

July 9, 2024

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY LAW NEWS — Hofstra Law Professor Ellen Yaroshefsky, Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to conduct research and teaching in Brazil for the 2024-2025 academic year from the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

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Northwestern Pritzker Law celebrates 25th anniversary of International Team Project

July 9, 2024

NORTHWESTERN PRITZKER SCHOOL OF ART — This past spring break, Yona Isaacs (JD ’24) was one of 21 students who traveled to Bosnia as part of this year’s International Team Project (ITP). 

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Notre Dame Law hosts students from Nairobi for collaborative internship program 

July 9, 2024

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME THE LAW SCHOOL — Two rising third-year students from Strathmore Law School in Nairobi, Kenya, participated in a unique and collaborative opportunity this summer through internships with Notre Dame Law School’s Exoneration Justice Clinic (EJC).

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Seton Hall Law professor Tracy A. Kaye receives Fulbright award to study international tax law

July 8, 2024

SETON HALL LAW — Tracy A. Kaye, J.D., professor of law and Eric Byrne Research Fellow, director of the Dean Acheson Legal Scholar Program and IRS Chief Counsel Externship Program at Seton Hall University Law School, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Vienna, Austria, for the 2024 fall semester from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William

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Stanford Law students Katherine Viti and Kyrylo Korol present report on Russian accountability for the war in Ukraine 

July 8, 2024

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL — Many of us go to law school interested in public policy as well as in law, but it is a rare opportunity when students get to do legal research, write a policy report—and present that report to decision-makers in Washington, D.C. 

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Recent UC Law San Francisco (formerly UC Hastings) graduate Catherine Nasi pursues career in global law

July 1, 2024

UC LAW SAN FRANCISCO — During a summer internship at Airbnb, Catherine Nasi ’24 discovered an area of practice that made her think, “This is what I want to do with my law degree.”

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Harvard Law visiting fellow Afrooz Maghzi discusses the history of human rights lawyering in Iran

June 27, 2024

HARVARD LAW TODAY — Harvard Law School visiting fellow Afrooz Maghzi shares insights on women’s struggles for equality and democracy in her home country.

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UMass Law establishes study abroad program in Portugal 

June 27, 2024

THE INTERNATIONAL JURIST — Ten students from University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth were in Portugal in May as part of a new study abroad program created in partnership with the Católica Global School of Law of Lisbon.

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