University of Virginia Law professors collaborate on new book on comparative international law

15 October 2018

UVA SCHOOL OF LAW —  Faculty at the University of Virginia School of Law collaborated on a recently published book that not only enlightens scholarly understanding of international law, but is among the first to open up the field to comparative study.

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University of Dayton Law launches online LLM program in American and Transnational Law

15 October 2018

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON — The University of Dayton School of Law will offer an entirely online Master of Laws (LL.M.) program in American and Transnational Law, including an optional U.S. legal practice certificate.

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University of Colorado Law adds international law certificate

15 October 2018

COLORADO LAW — The University of Colorado Law School added a certificate in international law, which formally recognizes JD students who have completed concentrated coursework in this area of study.

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Report: International graduate school enrollment declines for second straight year

10 October 2018

INSIDE HIGHER ED — First-time international graduate enrollments in U.S. institutions fell 3.7 percent from fall 2016 to fall 2017, according to a new report from the Council of Graduate Schools.

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Notre Dame Law celebrates 50 years of London Law program

9 October 2018

NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL — Notre Dame Law School and Notre Dame International have been celebrating the 50th anniversary of the London Law Program throughout 2018. The culminating celebration is scheduled for October 20 to 23 in London.

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Lewis & Clark International Environmental Law Clinic spurs action on Japan’s whale meat trade

9 October 2018

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — The International Environmental Law Project (IELP) at Lewis & Clark Law School prepared a legal opinion that helped trigger an international regulatory decision demanding that Japan take immediate remedial action to stop importing the meat of sei whales.

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Center for Globalization, Law and Society at UC Irvine convenes transnational criminal justice scholars

9 October 2018

UC IRVINE — UCI Law’s Center for Globalization, Law and Society (GLAS) welcomed more than a dozen leading scholars from around the world for a two-day conference entitled “The Transnational Ordering of Criminal Justice.”

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University of Mississippi Law student to intern at U.S. Mission to NATO

1 October 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI —  A University of Mississippi law student will spend the fall semester in Brussels, Belgium developing her expertise on international law and policy.

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American University Washington College of Law hosts international intellectual property conference

1 October 2018

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY — American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) hosted the Fifth Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest, welcoming hundreds of researchers, activists, and practitioners at the intersection of intellectual property and public interest to the AUWCL campus.

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American University Washington College of Law center holds conference on gender-based violence in Mexico

1 October 2018

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY — American University Washington College of Law’s Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law presented a two-day conference in Mexico City, Mexico to discuss issues of sexual and gender based violence.

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