Denver Law professor receives civilian award from Indian government

12 February 2018

INDIA ABROAD – The Padma Bhushan, India’s third-highest civilian award, has been presented to professor Ved Prakash Nanda.

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William & Mary Law’s LL.M. program provides international students with practical training in U.S. legal skills

12 February 2018

WILLIAM & MARY LAW SCHOOL – William & Mary Law School offers its LL.M. students the opportunity to participate in introductory and advanced Lawyering Skills courses throughout two semesters.

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Harvard Law partners with Thailand Institute of Justice on workshop series to strengthen rule of law

12 February 2018

HARVARD CRIMSON – The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School has partnered with the Thailand Institute of Justice to launch workshops focused on strengthening the rule of law.

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U.S. law schools offer summer programs for incoming international LL.M students

5 February 2018

LLM GUIDE – Many law schools offer students the chance to skill-up in their law and English skills, before starting an LL.M.

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Vermont Law students travel to Haiti to provide legal aid in environmental law and human rights

5 February 2018

VERMONT LAW SCHOOL – Vermont Law School students will travel to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in March as part of a new VLS-Haiti Development Initiative.

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University of Miami Law’s International Arbitration Institute collaborates with international court on research project

5 February 2018

ICCWBO – The ICC International Court of Arbitration and the International Arbitration Institute of the University of Miami School of Law have announced an unprecedented research project.

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Survey finds harassment and discrimination are an ongoing reality for articling Canadian law students

5 February 2018

CANADIAN LAWYER – The survey found that one in five current or recent articling students who completed the survey faced “comments or conduct” based on their gender, race, sexual orientation, citizenship, disability or other personal characteristics.

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