UC Irvine law professor Elizabeth Loftus honored by University College Dublin

10 December 2018

UCI LAW — Distinguished Professor of Psychological Science and Law Elizabeth Loftus has been awarded the Ulysses Medal from University College Dublin. The Ulysses Medal is the highest honor awarded by the university, named in recognition of its revered alumnus James Joyce.

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Penn State Dickinson Law Professor Dermot Groome reflects on experience prosecuting war crimes at the International Criminal Tribunal

3 December 2018

PENN STATE DICKINSON — It took more than five years for a judgment to be entered in the case of The Prosecutor v. Ratko Mladic, a case led by Dickinson Law Professor of Law Dermot Groome at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague.

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Harvard Law Professor J. Mark Ramseyer honored by Japanese government

3 December 2018

HARVARD LAW TODAY — J. Mark Ramseyer, Mitsubishi Professor of Japanese Legal Studies at the Harvard Law School, has been conferred with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon, by the Japanese government.

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Creighton Law participates in human rights scholarly exchange

3 December 2018

CREIGHTON LAW — This fall, the School of Law has had the unique opportunity to host a visiting professor from Europe. As part of the Creighton Global Initiative Visiting International Scholar Program, the Hon. Dragoljub Popovic is visiting Creighton, teaching international human rights and comparative governments.

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Touro Law signs scholarly agreement with South China Normal University

19 November 2018

TOURO LAW NEWS — Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce that Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with South China Normal University (SCNU) for the two schools to jointly pursue scholarly activities.

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Fewer international students are coming to the U.S.

19 November 2018

WALL STREET JOURNAL — U.S. enrollment of international students declined for the second year in a row, sending waves of unease across American colleges and universities, which see students from abroad as a buffer against the falling number of U.S. high-school students graduating each year.

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Missouri Law professor speaks at College of Commercial Arbitrators Annual Meeting

29 October 2018

MIZZOU LAW — University of Missouri Law Professor S.I. Strong recently traveled to Atlanta, Ga., to speak at the annual meeting of the College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA), the leading professional organization for arbitrators and academics specializing in national and international commercial disputes.

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Stanford Law expands Global Law program through large gift

29 October 2018

STANFORD NEWS — Stanford Law School (SLS) will expand its global educational offerings through a $25 million gift – the largest gift from an alum in the law school’s history

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UC Irvine Law Professor David Kaye reports on artificial intelligence and human rights at UN General Assembly

29 October 2018

UCI LAW — UCI Law clinical professor and UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression David Kaye presented his report on artificial intelligence, human rights, and freedom of expression to the Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee at the UN General Assembly on Oct. 22, 2018.

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Brooklyn Law forum focuses on trade policy

29 October 2018

BROOKLYN LAW — Brooklyn Law’s October Dean’s Law & Policy Series program featured Professor Julian Arato, an expert on international economic law and co-director of the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law.

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