Two recent Fordham Law graduates awarded Equal Justice Works Fellowships

20 May 2020

FORDHAM LAW NEWS — Two members of the graduating class of 2020, Emma-Lee Clinger and Maura Tracy, have been awarded prestigious postgraduate fellowships from Equal Justice Works (EJW), an organization dedicated to transforming passionate law students into committed public service lawyers.

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Indiana University McKinney Law partners with IndyBar for graduate legal intern skills workshop for recent graduates

20 May 2020

THE INDIANA LAWYER — The IndyBar is ready to step in to bridge the gap for new graduates with the no-fee Graduate Legal Intern Skills Workshop, which will provide tools 2020 Indiana law school graduates need to get to work. Training will include a practice component incorporating the tell/show/do model, giving the opportunity to apply newly….

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Texas A&M Law celebrates 2020 law graduates

19 May 2020

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — “One for the ages,” said a Texas A&M School of Law social media follower of the law school’s virtual celebration of graduates hosted on Zoom the first week of May.

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University of Tennessee Law community addresses legal needs during coronavirus pandemic

7 April 2020

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE KNOXVILLE COLLEGE OF LAW — Those who are struggling as a result of the coronavirus, COVID-19, may be able to find assistance through the University of Tennessee Legal Clinic and resources created by College of Law alumni.

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University of Tennessee Law makes student loan repayment assistance available to graduates working in public interest

7 April 2020

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE KNOXVILLE COLLEGE OF LAW — Recent graduates with student debt who work in public interest law can receive assistance through a program being offered by the University of Tennessee College of Law. Four graduates each will receive up to $4,000 this year through the Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, & Berkowitz, PC Loan Repayment….

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Alumni Jim Millstein and Franklin A. Thomas to receive Columbia Law School’s Medal for Excellence

6 March 2020

COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL — The Medal for Excellence, Columbia Law School’s most prestigious award, is presented annually to alumni and past or present faculty members who exemplify the qualities of character, intellect, and social and professional responsibility that the Law School seeks to instill in its students. Franklin A. Thomas CC ’56, LAW ’63, consultant, the Study….

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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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