Albany Law Government Law Center releases summaries of aging and disability law

25 February 2020

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL — The Government Law Center at Albany Law School has released the first four publications in its explainer series on Aging and Disability Law for state and local policy makers. The Government Law Center Aging and Disability Explainer Series is designed to help policymakers and others understand the complex laws relating to older adults….

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American University Washington College of Law creates Tech, Law, and Security Program

25 February 2020

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — On Thursday, February 13, 2020, American University Washington College of Law officially launched its new Tech, Law, and Security Program (TLS), an initiative that seeks to tackle challenges at the intersection of law, policy, and technology. The program operates as a mini think-tank within the law school, focusing on undertaking tough problems….

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UC Irvine Law announces summer program for law students seeking to practice in New York City

25 February 2020

UCI LAW — The University of California, Irvine School of Law (UCI Law) is delighted to announce a new comprehensive program for students interested in exploring professional opportunities in New York City called, “UCI Law in NYC.” UCI Law in NYC will include an annual summer program for UCI Law students in New York City, provide….

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Florida International Law launches Pro Se Litigant Project to assist low-income families with legal needs

25 February 2020

MIAMI’S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS — To bridge this gap, the FIU College of Law is launching a legal assistance program for families who represent themselves in the Family Division of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court. The Pro Se Litigant Project will provide services that include workshops, brief advice sessions, and “low bono” representation on a sliding fee….

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Georgia State Law launches public policy fellowship program

25 February 2020

GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY — Georgia State University’s College of Law has partnered with the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation to offer a prestigious public policy fellowship to law students with an interest in public service. The College of Law joins the University of Cincinnati College of Law as the latest additions to the fellowship program, which includes 18 U.S. law….

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Rutgers Law offers certificate in immigration law

25 February 2020

THE DAILY TARGUM — Rutgers Law School is now offering a Certificate for Immigration Law, making it the first law school in New Jersey to carry this program, according to an article on Rutgers Today. This program will let employees know that law students have gained knowledge on immigration issues prior to graduating from law school, according to….

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A look at Syracuse University Law’s joint JD/MBA online program

25 February 2020

SI NEWS — A new graduate programme at Syracuse University in New York can now be taken entirely online, and students will receive two qualifications upon completion. This enables students to earn two degrees at once – a juris doctor degree in law from SU’s College of Law and a Master’s in business administration (MBA) from the….

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CSU Cleveland-Marshall Law to host space law symposium on moon settlement

18 February 2020

CLEVELAND-MARSHALL COLLEGE OF LAW — The Global Space Law Center at Cleveland State University will host a symposium, “Returning to the Moon: Legal Challenges as Humanity Begins to Settle the Solar System” Friday, March 6, at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The Global Space Law Center (GSLC) at CSU’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is the nation’s only academic….

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Duke Law First Amendment Clinic files brief in support of journalist

18 February 2020

DUKE LAW — In early February, Duke Law School’s First Amendment Clinic filed an amicus brief in the Court of Appeals in Washington. The case, Brian Green v. Pierce County, concerns the interpretation of Washington’s Media Shield Law and Public Records Act. Clinic argues that state’s Media Shield Law demands broad interpretation, includes YouTuber as member….

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Gonzaga Law launches Lincoln LGBTQ+ rights clinic

18 February 2020

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY  — Gonzaga University’s School of Law is pleased to announce the unveiling of its new Lincoln LGBTQ+ Rights Clinic, developed in partnership with the school’s Center for Civil and Human Rights and supported by a significant donation from Joe Lincoln, an alumnus (’88; electrical engineering) and Regent of Gonzaga University. The clinic aims to advance….

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