University of Cincinnati Law student Greg Magarian honored at international moot court competition

9 April 2021

UC NEWS — If you want to hone your writing skills, enhance your persuasive skills and develop your public speaking skills, there may be no better opportunity to take advantage of than the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition, says Greg Magarian (3L).

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Liberty Law students Luca Di Nunzio and Victoria Belk win International Transatlantic Negotiation Competition

9 April 2021

LIBERTY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — On March 19-21, two Liberty University School of Law students, Luca Di Nunzio and Victoria Belk, won the virtual International Transatlantic Negotiation Competition. Read the full Liberty University News Service article here.

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University of Kansas Law co-launches Legal English Program for international students

31 March 2021

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF LAW — A new program offered by the University of Kansas School of Law and KU’s Applied English Center will help international students improve their English skills while learning about the U.S. legal system. The Legal English Program is a one-month intensive program.

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University of Miami Law international law moot court team wins awards at competition

31 March 2021

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW — Miami Law’s international moot court team was declared winner of the fifth annual AIAC Pre-Moot achieving the best overall score out of nearly 100 schools from around the world. Noozyara Eshaba was also recognized as Best Oralist after earning the most points for her performance.

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Penn Law partners with US Army War College to run international crisis and negotiation exercise

31 March 2021

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CAREY LAW SCHOOL — The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, partnering with the U.S. Army War College’s Center for Strategic Leadership, will host a unique, two-day international strategic crisis and negotiation exercise from March 25-27.

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Northwestern University publishes virtual highlighting international achievements and milestones

31 March 2021

NORTHWESTERN — This week, the Office of the Vice President for International Relations launched a new online tool highlighting Northwestern’s rich global history, from the time of its founding to the present day. Many of the events listed mark important global milestones; others showcase unique, memorable, and proud moments.

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Law professors and ACLU fight sanctions against international lawyers investigating US in International Criminal Court

26 March 2021

LAW & CRIME — The American Civil Liberties Union hopes to undo a Trump and Biden administration effort to sanction and punish international lawyers who are investigating the United States for war crimes. On Friday, the group filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in an ongoing lawsuit challenging the government’s economic sanctions.

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University of Houston Initiative on Global Law and Policy hosts discussion about international law and COVID-19

18 March 2021

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — Experts from Colombia and Italy discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic can potentially challenge international law experts to think beyond current normative parameters and serve as a standardizing force during a virtual discussion hosted by the University of Houston Law Center.

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University of the Pacific McGeorge Law Immigration Clinic student Erika Patty Munoz details experience supporting families seeking citizenship

18 March 2021

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC — Erika Patty Munoz ’21 has changed the lives of many clients in the Sacramento area. Through University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law Immigration Clinic, she has helped numerous undocumented immigrants with legal proceedings to reunite them with their families and also help them stay in America legally.

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Harvard Law clinics publish report on internet restrictions in Myanmar and Bangladesh

11 February 2021

THE HARVARD CRIMSON — Researchers at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic and International Human Rights Clinic collaborated with three human rights organizations based in Myanmar to produce a study on internet restrictions in Myanmar and Bangladesh, according to a white paper the groups published last month.

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