New podcast focuses on advice for law students and recent graduates

17 April 2018

TWO LAWYERS WALK INTO A BAR — We grabs drinks with prominent members of the legal community and talk about their career path to success. These conversations then become podcasts so listeners can soak up their wisdom and hear their varied journeys to professional accomplishment after law school

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Maryland Carey Law Announces 2018 Alumni Honors Award Winners

3 April 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CAREY SCHOOL OF LAW — The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is proud to announce the award winners, John B. Frisch’ 83 and Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum ’87, to be honored at the 2018 Alumni Honors Banquet as part of Maryland Carey Law’s annual Alumni Weekend event on April 12-14.

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University of Virginia Law students help secure victory for student arrested after Charlottesville counter protest

30 March 2018

UVA TODAY — A team trained at the University of Virginia School of Law, comprised of an alumna and four current students, helped demonstrate DeAndre Harris’ innocence after the Charlottesville counter protest on August 12, 2017.

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American University Washington College of Law students honored for writing

30 March 2018

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — Students and alumni were recognized for their published works during American University Washington College of Law’s 13th Annual Student Author Reception March 26.

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A look at free online government legal research tools

23 March 2018

ABA FOR LAW STUDENTS — Several websites provide free and reliable legal and legislative information for researchers—the trick is knowing where to look for these resources, and how to utilize them.

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Gift to Penn Law helps expand public service program

20 March 2018

THE DAILY PENNSYLVANIAN — Two Penn alumni, Robert Toll and Jane Toll, 1966 graduates of Penn Law and the Graduate School of Education, respectively, have donated $3 million to Penn Law School to fund a significant expansion of their Public Service program.

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Law school graduates can expect technology to play a significant role in their careers

13 March 2018

NATIONAL JURIST — New technological developments will shift the type of work recent law school graduates are expected to do, but won’t necessarily eliminate it.  

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Two Widener Commonwealth Law students recognized for promoting diversity

9 March 2018

WIDENER UNIVERSITY COMMONWEALTH LAW SCHOOL — Rachel Hadrick ’13 and John Harris, a 3L student at Widener University Commonwealth Law School, were chosen to receive the Black Law Students Association’s Starla J. Williams Service Award, which honors a student and an alum in an effort to recognize their efforts to promote diversity within the legal community.

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Pepperdine Law student selected for externship with federal judge

9 March 2018

PEPPERDINE NEWSROOM — Pepperdine University School of Law 1L student Whiney Williams will complete an externship under U.S. District Court Judge and Pepperdine Law alumnus André Birotte.

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Notre Dame Law School hosts investiture of Judge Amy Coney Barrett

9 March 2018

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL — Notre Dame Law School was privileged to celebrate a beloved alumna and professor, Amy Coney Barrett, ’97 J.D., by hosting her investiture as a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

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