Thurgood Marshall School of Law launches solo practice incubator for graduates

14 June 2019

HOUSTON CHRONICLE — Most people who enter law school hope to make the world a better place by bringing justice to their community. Then come the classes, the fierce competition and the bill for tuition.

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American University Washington College of Law receives accreditation for its health care compliance certificate

28 May 2019

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY — American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) is pleased to announce the accreditation of its Health Care Compliance Certificate (HCCC) by the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)®.

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Cardozo Law launches online master’s degree in data and privacy law

7 May 2019

LAW.COM — Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School is launching what it says is the first master’s degree in data and privacy law offered by a law campus. A pilot cohort of six students started in the online program last fall

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Boston University Law to offer master’s degree in tax law

17 April 2019

THE NATIONAL JURIST — Boston University School of Law is launching a Master in the Study of Tax Law (MSL). Offered through the school’s Graduate Tax Program, the master’s is a 24-credit program designed to provide foundational tax law training to aspiring and current accountants, auditors, and other business professionals. 

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Albany Law announces expanded public-service fellowship program

17 April 2019

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL — The Government Law Center at Albany Law School introduced today a restructured and expanded Government Law Center Fellowship program to further support and prepare law students for careers in public service. Through the Fellowship, students gain practical experiences and formal preparation for careers in government and government-related practice.  

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Drexel Law opens Center for Law, Policy, and Social Action

15 April 2019

DREXELNOW — The Kline School of Law has launched the Center for Law, Policy, and Social Action to bring together scholars and practitioners from the Law School and the region to help faculty, students and community members become informed, effective advocates for policy innovation.

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Pacific McGeorge Law debuts online master’s degrees in water and government policy

15 April 2019

PACIFIC MCGEORGE — University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law will launch new online law and graduate master’s degree programs in water, environment, and government in fall 2019 and spring 2020.

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A look at the University of Arizona Law Professional Skills and Knowledge Program dedicated to supporting student academic and career success

10 April 2019

ARIZONA COLLEGE OF LAW — The Professional Skills and Knowledge Program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is a new initiative dedicated to students’ long-term academic and career success, with particular emphasis on bar exam preparation and professional competencies.

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Chicago-Kent Law program aims to help legal professionals keep up with evolving technology

8 April 2019

LAW.COM — Last year, Chicago-Kent approved a Masters of Law degree in legal innovation and technology. Under that very big umbrella fits knowledge in legal analytics, machine learning and technology-aided access to justice, all of which will be dolloped out to students over the course of one year.

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Florida International University Law receives AccessLex grant for pre-law diversity program

8 April 2019

SOUTH FLORIDA CARIBBEAN NEWS — Florida International University College of Law has been awarded a $124,850 grant by the AccessLex Center for Legal Education Excellence to launch a new pre-law initiative, the Path to the Legal Profession

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