New report examines factors behind declining international student enrollment

3 June 2019

CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION — An international-education group is warning that “harmful policies and anti-immigrant rhetoric” are keeping international students from enrolling at American colleges, hurting the economy.

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Columbia Law Professor David Miliband honored by Journal of Transnational Law for refugee advocacy

28 May 2019

COLUMBIA LAW — International law to protect refugees, forged in the aftermath of World War II, is in retreat, International Rescue Committee President David Miliband told current and former editors of Columbia Law School’s Journal of Transnational Law at the 45th annual Wolfgang Friedmann Memorial Banquet.

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William & Mary Law international internship program prepares students for global legal work

21 May 2019

WILLIAM & MARY — The future is clear: The need for lawyers who are able to recognize and competently deal with issues outside the U.S. legal system will only increase over time.

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Lewis & Clark Law Professor Bob Klonoff builds connections with Cambodian law school

21 May 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW — Earlier this year the call went out to Lewis & Clark Law professors: ‘please donate your unused casebooks for a Cambodian Law School.’ As a result, Professor Bob Klonoff delivered some 240 pounds of law books

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Legal tech becomes focus of UK law schools

20 May 2019

LEGAL TECH NEWS — As technology and client expectations evolve, so too are the skill sets needed by lawyers. It’s a common adage repeated by legal educators and legal tech advocates in the U.S., but recently it’s also being heard across the Atlantic.

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University of Richmond Law Professor Chiara Giorgetti contributes work to the U.N. digital library

13 May 2019

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND NEWS — The United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law is a virtual training and research center in which leading international law scholars, judges, and practitioners from different countries and legal systems contribute to a growing bank of online resources.

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University of Cincinnati Law students gain international legal experience in Colombia

13 May 2019

UC NEWS — In recent years, the University of Cincinnati’s College of Law successfully has forged friendships with important universities around the world. One of those partnerships is with the Pontificia Universidad de Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia.

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Akron Law professor Patrick Gaughan to teach at Hanoi Law University as Fulbright scholar

13 May 2019

AKRON LAW — Patrick H. Gaughan, associate professor of law and associate dean of global engagement at The University of Akron School of Law, has been accepted as a Fulbright Scholar to Hanoi Law University in Vietnam for next year’s spring term.

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Toronto’s Ryerson Law introduces proposal to integrate traditional curriculum with practice experience

8 May 2019

LAW TIMES — Ryerson University has a proposal that would allow graduates to bypass articling by putting practice preparation directly into its law school curriculum. The Integrated Practice Curriculum would be offered at a new school that would begin accepting applications this August and would open in September 2020.

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Number of international students in U.S. decreases

1 May 2019

INSIDE HIGHER ED — The total number of international students studying in the U.S. at all levels declined by 2.7 percent from March 2018 to this March, according to quarterly data on student visa holders recently published by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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