Recent University of Wisconsin graduate Robert Lundberg wins Equal Justice Works Fellowship on protecting water resources

14 June 2019

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN LAW — Robert Lundberg, a 2019 UW Law School graduate, is one of 76 attorneys nationally to receive an Equal Justice Works fellowship. The program allowed Lundberg to create a fellowship of his own design to address legal issues on behalf of the community or cause of his choosing.

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Lewis & Clark Law recent graduates Alison Roth and Katelyn Kindberg win international law writing competition

14 June 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW —  Established through the generosity of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, the Lewis & Clark Law School award program provides a $2,500 stipend for the best research paper written in the past year by a Lewis & Clark JD student on any topic in private or public international law

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Recent UC Irvine Law graduate Cameron Sheldon wins rule of law writing competition from local bar association

14 June 2019

PATCH LOS ANGELES — The Beverly Hills Bar Association (BHBA), in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation, hosts the 65th Annual Supreme Court Luncheon honoring the Justices of the Supreme Court of California

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Recent UC Irvine Law graduate Cameron Sheldon wins rule of law writing competition from local bar association

12 June 2019

PATCH LOS ANGELES — The Beverly Hills Bar Association (BHBA), in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation, hosts the 65th Annual Supreme Court Luncheon honoring the Justices of the Supreme Court of California

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Infographic: A look at the 2018 law graduate employment landscape

12 June 2019

LAW.COM — Some 70% of 2018 law graduates got jobs that require passing the bar within 10 months of leaving campus. That’s according to the American Bar Association, which in May released detailed data on employment outcomes from 2018.

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New study shows in-house counsel salaries are increasing

3 June 2019

LAW.COM — In-house lawyers are bringing home fatter paychecks. The average annual salary of corporate counsel in all positions across all industries increased 4.4% from 2017 to 2018

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Recent Texas A&M graduate Najmu Mohseen awarded Equal Justice Works Fellowship

28 May 2019

TAMU LAW — Texas A&M University School of Law former student, Najmu Mohseen J.D. ’19, is a recipient of the 2019 Equal Justice Works Fellowship, one of the most prestigious and competitive post-graduate legal fellowships in the country.

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NALP survey shows salaries for first-year associates at large law firms up over previous year

28 May 2019

BLOOMBERG LAW — First-year salaries for law firm associates saw double-digit growth last year but many of them didn’t match the much-publicized figure of $190,000 that some make at the biggest firms, new figures show.

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Law school graduate proposes fix for U.S. News rankings in new article

28 May 2019

LAW.COM —  University of Pennsylvania Law graduate Christopher Iacono’s paper is titled: Legally Unhappy: How US News and Law Schools have failed and How This Can Be Fixed, which he hopes to publish in a law review.

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Women role models inspires UVA Law graduate

20 May 2019

UVA LAW — Kendall Burchard, who will graduate Sunday from the University of Virginia School of Law, might never have considered going to law school. There were no lawyers in her family, at least that she knew of.

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