American University Washington College of Law celebrates clinical programs

25 February 2020

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — On Thursday, Jan. 30, AUWCL welcomed 50 Clinical Program alumni back to campus for a celebration of the AUWCL Clinical Program.

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Two Alums Appointed as Judges in Multnomah County

21 February 2020

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — On September 11, 2019, Governor Kate Brown announced the appointment of two Lewis and Clark alums, Morgan Wren Long (’07) and F.G. “Jamie” Troy II (’95), to the Multnomah County Circuit Court.

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Q&A with William & Mary Law Alumnus Joe Grogan

21 February 2020

WILLIAM & MARY LAW SCHOOL — Joe Grogan ’00 is Assistant to the President and Director of the Domestic Policy Council. He previously served in the Office of Management and Budget as Associate Director, Health Programs.

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Quinnipiac Law alum Richard Colangelo named as Connecticut’s chief state’s attorney

7 February 2020

QUINNIPIAC — Richard Colangelo Jr., JD ’92, has been named Connecticut’s chief state’s attorney. The Quinnipiac Law alumnus was previously the state’s attorney for the Judicial District of Stamford/Norwalk since 2015. He has been involved in criminal investigations and criminal justice education.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law receives donation to create student scholarship fund

5 February 2020

ARKANSAS BUSINESS — A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law is donating $2The scholarship will benefit full- and part-time Bowen students in good academic standing and can be used for tuition, books, fees and room and board. Financial need will be strongly considered, the university said. 69,000 to….

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Seton Hall Law alum Marcus Hicks appointed Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Corrections

30 January 2020

SETON HALL UNIVERSITY –Marcus Hicks J.D. ’03 has been appointed Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Corrections. Confirmed by the Senate, he will be sworn in at the Statehouse by Governor Phil Murphy on January 30. A cabinet level position within the Murphy administration, as Commissioner of the State’s second-largest department Hicks is responsible for….

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University of Louisville School of Law alum Daniel Cameron swears in as Kentucky Attorney General

22 January 2020

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF LAW — Cameron, a 2011 graduate of the University of Louisville School of Law, is the state’s first African American Attorney General and the first Republican to hold that office in more than 70 years. His swearing-in ceremony was held in Louisville Law’s historic Allen Court Room and was attended by a….

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IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law alum Carlton Martin joins National Lw Center on Homelessness & Poverty

22 January 2020

INDIANA UNIVERSITY ROBERT H. MCKINNEY SCHOOL OF LAW — Carlton Martin, ’12, has accepted a management position with the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty in Washington, D.C. He will be sworn into the D.C. Bar on January 24. The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty is the only national organization dedicated to using the….

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Judge Bradford, alum of IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, elected Chief Judge of Indiana Court of Appeals

22 January 2020

INDIANA UNIVERSITY ROBERT H. MCKINNEY SCHOOL OF LAW — Judge Cale Bradford, ’86, has been elected Chief Judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals. He succeeds Judge Nancy Vaidik, whose term expired in December 2019. Judge Bradford will serve a three-year term, which began January 1. He has served on the Court of Appeals for nearly….

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Harvard Law alum Alexis Wheeler leads the Harvard Club of Seattle Crimson Achievement Program

22 January 2020

THE HARVARD GAZETTE — The initiative helps illuminate the path to college for high-potential ninth- and 10th-graders from Western Washington school districts in low-income areas. Eight CAP scholars were chosen from a pool of 50 applicants in the first year. During their high school years, they receive free professional college test prep and supplemental aid for educational….

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