UC Irvine Law professor Swethaa Ballakrishnen honored by Canadian Review of Sociology for research

11 September 2019

UCI LAW — UC Irvine Law congratulates Professor Swethaa Ballakrishnen (UCI Law) for winning the 2019 Best Article Award from the Canadian Review of Sociology for her article, “Nevertheless They Presisted: Gendered Frameworks and Socialization Advantages in Indian Professional Service Firms.”

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University of Houston Law Environment Energy & Natural Resources Center shares European Commission award

9 September 2019

UNIV. OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — The European Commission has awarded a three-year energy research grant to the Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center at the University of Houston Law Center and the French Universite Jean Moulin Lyon III.

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University of Oregon Law professor Elizabeth Tippett presents on dispute resolution in Brazil

9 September 2019

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON — Professor Elizabeth Tippett (University of Oregon Law) was invited by Professor Antonio Rodriguez de Freitas Jr. (University of Sao Paulo Law) to give presentations throughout the city on appropriate dispute resolution.

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Judge Rosemary Barkett presents introduction to U.S. law to University of Miami LLM students

26 August 2019

MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW — Miami Law has had the distinction to welcome the legendary Judge Rosemary Barkett as an adjunct professor teaching Introduction to U.S. Law to the incoming class of foreign-trained lawyers pursuing their LL.M. degrees.

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U.S. law school visits inspire changes to legal education in the Philippines

19 August 2019

ABS/CBN NEWS — A 12-day visit to several law schools in the United States last year has helped spur changes in legal education in the country, Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin acknowledged Wednesday as he welcomed US Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim to the halls of the Supreme Court.

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University of Virginia Law student Mika Bray shares human rights fellowship experience in Costa Rica

19 August 2019

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA — University of Virginia School of Law student Mika Bray ’20 used her public service fellowship grant this summer to work on human rights litigation.

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Harvard Law professor David Wilkins discusses the legal profession’s slow adoption of technology

12 August 2019

LIVELAW.IN — Speaking to Adv. Avani Bansal, Prof. Wilkins shared his thoughts and opinion on Rule of Law, its challenges, Globalization and Legal Profession in India.

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University of Houston Law clinical faculty host Chinese human rights students

12 August 2019

UNIV. OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — University of Houston Law Center clinical professors met with six Chinese graduate and doctoral students to discuss legal education in the U.S. and human rights law on Wednesday.

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Lewis & Clark Law students share experiences in international externships

24 June 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW — Lewis & Clark offers a plethora of externship opportunities, including those that provide academic credits and a carefully supervised, well-crafted work experience. They are part of many law students’ practical training and can be done internationally.

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Lewis & Clark Law’s Center for Animal Law Studies sponsors training in Zimbabwe

24 June 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW — The third training organized by the Zimbabwean nonprofit, Speak Out for Animals (SOFA), was held in Harare, Zimbabwe earlier this month.

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