Yale Law student Ellis Liang selected for Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics

15 April 2019

YALE LAW — Ellis Liang ’19 is one of 14 law students and early-career attorneys chosen by the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) to participate in a two-week program in Germany and Poland this spring.

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Drexel Law Professor Amy Boss leads seminars at women entrepreneurship summit in Cairo, Egypt

8 April 2019

DREXEL LAW — Trustee Professor of Law Amy Boss led three seminars at the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative Summit II, hosted by the School of Business at American University in Cairo.

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University of Virginia students study legal remedies for air pollution in Colombia

8 April 2019

UVA LAW — As part of the International Human Rights Clinic, our student group traveled to Bogota, Colombia, last month to meet with our partner organization, Dejusticia, in order to conduct interviews with researchers and practitioners involved in Colombia’s efforts to improve air quality.

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Notre Dame Law professor Paolo Carozza appointed to international legal body Venice Commission

26 March 2019

NOTRE DAME LAW — The U.S. Department of State recently appointed Notre Dame Law Professor Paolo Carozza to serve on the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe, a prestigious international body of lawyers, judges, academics, and government officials.

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University of Miami Law Human Rights Clinic visits U.N. to address discriminatory drug laws

19 March 2019

MIAMI LAW — Last month, second-year law students Gabrielle Wynn and Romney Manassa and Human Rights Clinic’s Associate Director Tamar Ezer had the opportunity to travel to Geneva, Switzerland to meet with the United Nationals Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, UNAIDS, and the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women.

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Cornell Law professor Muna Ndulo appointed to U.N. Secretary General’s Civil Society Board

4 March 2019

CORNELL LAW — Professor Muna Ndulo has been appointed by United Nations Secretary General António Guterres to the Civil Society Advisory Board. The new board was created by the Secretary General as part of his strategy “to combat sexual exploitation and abuse alleged to have been perpetrated by those who serve this organization.”

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UC Irvine Law Professor Dan Burk awarded Weizenbaum Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research Fellowship

4 March 2019

UCI LAW —  Dan Burk, Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, has been awarded a prestigious Senior Fellowship to the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society in Berlin, Germany during fall 2019.

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UC Irvine Law Dean L. Song Richardson delivers seminar on innovation in Australia

25 February 2019

UCI LAW — Dean and Chancellor’s Professor of Law L. Song Richardson delivered a seminar on innovation, creativity and the brain on Feb. 12, 2019, at Bond University in Queensland, Australia.

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University of Colorado Law professor speaks at U.N. General Assembly event celebrating indigenous languages

19 February 2019

COLORADO LAW — Speaking on behalf of the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP), of which she serves as the North American member and vice chair, Council Tree Professor of Law Kristen Carpenter delivered a statement about indigenous languages to the U.N. General Assembly

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University of Toronto Law seminar students support criminal appeal lawyers in Canada

19 February 2019

U TORONTO NEWS — A University of Toronto Faculty of Law externship seminar course, thought to be unlike anything offered by other Canadian universities, is helping balance the scales of justice, as students lend their talents to some of the best criminal appeal lawyers in Canada.

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