American University Washington College of Law hosts virtual international opportunities fair

23 September 2020

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — On Wednesday, September 9, American University Washington College of Law hosted its first virtual International and Abroad Opportunities Fair.

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Pace Law and Jindal Global Law establish international academic partnership on environmental and energy law

23 September 2020

PACE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and Jindal Global Law School at O.P. Jindal Global University in Delhi, India, have reached an agreement to collaborate through academic and personal exchanges in areas of law including environmental law and energy law.

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University of Baltimore Law Barbara Babb receives appointment on the Singapore Family Justice Courts’ advisory council

28 August 2020

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE LAW SCHOOL — UB Law Prof. Barbara Babb, director of the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts, has received a two-year appointment on the Singapore Family Justice Courts’ Advisory and Research Council on Therapeutic Justice (ARC), created in June 2020.

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USC Gould Law faculty submits amicus briefs on national and international court cases

28 August 2020

USC GOULD SCHOOL OF LAW — When they’re not sharing their knowledge in the classroom or through research, USC Gould School of Law professors bring their expertise to bear by filing amicus curiae briefs, informational documents with the potential to influence court decisions all over the world.

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A look at Washington University Law’s dual-degree program with Fudan University

28 August 2020

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS — The Washington University in St. Louis School of Law is entering the second year of its partnership with the Fudan University Law School in China. The program allows a cohort of students from Fudan to study at the School of Law.

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Federal guidance bars new international students from entering US if taking online-only classes

4 August 2020

INSIDE HIGHER ED — New U.S. immigration guidance clarifies that new international students — unlike continuing international students — cannot come to American colleges to take a “100 percent” online course load this fall.

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Harvard University and University of Southern California advise new international students against coming to the US for online classes amid federal restrictions

29 July 2020

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Two universities tell new international students not to come to U.S. to take classes remotely, as higher ed groups lobby for greater clarity — and flexibility — on federal policy for new students from abroad.

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AALS and other higher education associations join brief challenging ICE directive on international students in online classes

24 July 2020

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION — ACE and 70 other higher education associations filed a brief this morning supporting the first of several legal challenges to the Trump administration’s new directive which, among other things, prohibits international students from remaining in the United States if their colleges hold courses online-only this fall as the country continues dealing with the….

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DHS and ICE rescind policy barring international students from online classes

24 July 2020

TECH CRUNCH — The Trump administration has backed down from plans to revoke visas of international students studying in the U.S. whose schools planned to provide their classes exclusively online in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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After pending litigation, Trump administration stops plan to revoke visas of foreign students in online-only classes

24 July 2020

ABA JOURNAL — The Trump administration has dropped plans to revoke visas of foreign college students who are taking all online courses this fall, a federal judge announced on Tuesday.

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