Graduate programs face lower enrollment and revenue

20 May 2020

THE HECHINGER REPORT — The lion’s share of the decline? A drop in the number of international engineering students deciding to come to southern California, said Susamma Barua, the college’s dean.

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Survey: Colleges expect decline in international enrollment

20 May 2020

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Eighty-eight percent of colleges expect declines in international student enrollments this fall, according to new survey results from the Institute of International Education, a nonprofit organization that collects data on international enrollments and study abroad participation. Seventy percent of responding college officials anticipate that some international students will not be able to come to….

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University of Oregon Law professor Michael Fakhri appointed to UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

19 May 2020

AROUND THE O — Michael Fakhri, associate professor at the University of Oregon School of Law, has been chosen to serve as the next United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food.

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Chinese University of Hong Kong Law leadership discusses the impact of COVID-19 on legal education

11 May 2020

ABA JOURNAL — Ari Kaplan recently spoke with Lutz-Christian Wolff, Stephen Gallagher and Joyce Wong—the dean, associate dean for teaching and learning and the faculty secretary, respectively—of the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s law faculty, about the COVID-19 pandemic and a potentially new era of legal education.

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Study abroad providers face layoffs and financial challenges

11 May 2020

INSIDE HIGHER ED — With no clear timeline for putting students on planes again, study abroad providers face layoffs and uncertain futures. And when they do resume regular programming, they’ll need new health and safety protocols.

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How colleges can support international students during the pandemic

8 May 2020

EDUCATION DIVE — Higher education administrators, program leaders and college ambassadors, along with professional associations, must serve the unique needs of international students through new and creative action.

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New York Law School adjunct professor Claire R. Thomas receives Fulbright Award to research asylum laws in Mexico

7 May 2020

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL  — Adjunct Professor Claire R. Thomas ’11 has received a 2020-21 Fulbright Scholar Program Award to conduct legal research in Mexico, New York Law School (NYLS) announced today.

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Penn Law students Alyssa Cannizzaro and Eduarda Lague discuss impact of COVID-19 on women’s rights

7 May 2020

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CAREY LAW SCHOOL — For their final papers, Alyssa Cannizzaro and Eduarda Lague address issues that women are confronted with during this pandemic: access to their reproductive rights and justice and domestic violence. The final work product will be presented to United Nations officials….

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Case Western Reserve Law professor Juscelino Colares appointed to US Roster of International Trade Arbitrators

27 April 2020

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Juscelino Colares has been re-appointed for the sixth time to serve on the U.S. Roster of NAFTA Chapter 19 Trade arbitrators.  Colares is the Schott-van den Eynden professor of business law and co-director of the law school’s Cox International Law….

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A look at William & Mary Law’s English Bridge Program

21 April 2020

WILLIAM & MARY LAW SCHOOL — The English Bridge Program — an online and live-remote educational certificate program at William & Mary Law School — is the brainchild of Jennifer S. Stevenson, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, Director, LL.M. Program & Professor of the Practice of Law; and Patricia E. Roberts, Vice Dean, Clinical Professor of….

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