Recent Penn Law graduate Tatiana Corcoran recognized for outstanding service

June 28, 2022

PENN STATE — Tatiana Corcoran LLM’22 has been selected to receive the Dr. Andy Binns Impact Award for Outstanding Service to Graduate and Professional Student Life at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.

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Penn State Dickinson Law professor Sara Gerke receives EU grant as part of team creating AI-based clinical decision support system

June 28, 2022

PENN STATE — Once designated to the realm of science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) has become an increasing reality in everyday life. Early applications on website messenger platforms and video games have given way to more impactful opportunities, such as AI-assisted surgery, and the potential upsides could save lives.

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Pepperdine Law Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy clinic persuades California Department of Justice to concede error

June 28, 2022

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY CARUSO SCHOOL OF LAW — As participants in the Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy clinic, graduating third-year students Rebecca Voth and Tatum Lowe took on a challenging appeal.

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Pitt Law to fund six Ukrainian lawyers to obtain degrees in the US

June 28, 2022

REUTERS — The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is working to bring a half dozen Ukrainian lawyers to the United States to spend a year studying and doing pro bono work related to their home country.

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New MSNBC podcast follows St. Mary’s University Law mock trial team

June 28, 2022

ST. MARY’S UNIVERSITY — St. Mary’s School of Law students are front and center in the newly launched Class Action podcast, hosted by MSNBC’s Katie Phang.

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USC Gould Law to launch bachelor of science in legal studies

June 28, 2022

TULLAHOMA NEWS — With law becoming a more and more integral part of society, the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law has introduced a new undergraduate degree: the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies.

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Southwestern Law professor Michael Epstein named Fulbright specialist

June 28, 2022

GLOBE NEWSWIRE — The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board recently announced that Southwestern Law School Professor Michael Epstein received a Fulbright Specialist Program award in Sierra Leone. Epstein will collaborate with two NGOs, Initiative for Media Development and Media Matters for Women.

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Stanford Law welcomes first summer pipeline program cohort

June 28, 2022

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL — Today, Stanford Law School (SLS) welcomed the first cohort of 20 college students to the law school’s new Stanford Law Scholars Institute (SLSI). SLSI is a leadership and law school pipeline program designed to provide support and training to college undergraduates who want to explore the opportunities and benefits of a….

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Syracuse Law Veterans’ Legal Clinic help veterans receive government benefits

June 28, 2022

LOCAL SYR — PTSD Awareness Day is June 27 and Syracuse University says their law students see the challenges and hardships local veterans face from PTSD as they work at the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic (VLC).

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University of Texas Law professor pursues equal pay trial against the university

June 28, 2022

BLOOMBERG LAW — The University of Texas must face trial on a female class action law professor’s claim under the Equal Pay Act that she was paid less than a male professor for performing equal work, a federal judge in Austin ruled.

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