American University Washington College of Law launches program on technology law and security

15 October 2019

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW — American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) is proud to announce its Tech, Law, Security Program (TLS), a new initiative that seeks to tackle challenges that emerge at the intersection of law and technology. The Program – founded by AUWCL Professor Jennifer Daskal, world-renown tech policy and national security….

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University of Chicago Law announces accelerated 3-year joint JD/MBA

15 October 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW — The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and Law School announced the launch of an accelerated joint JD/MBA program enabling students to receive both degrees in just three years.The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and Law School announced the launch of an accelerated joint JD/MBA program enabling students….

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A look at the Fordham Law conflict resolution program

15 October 2019

FORDHAM LAW NEWS — The Fordham Ulster Conflict Resolution Program lives on in the law school’s most popular summer program, the Belfast-Dublin Program. It is the first American program to link educational institutions in Northern Ireland participants spend one week in Belfast, studying human rights and conflict resolution at Queen’s University, followed by a week….

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Penn Law launches new initiative to position students and alumni in the modern legal profession

15 October 2019

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW — Penn Law is launching the Future of the Profession Initiative. The Initiative will “Teach, Lead, and Transform” by examining new ways law schools can adopt a holistic vision for the formation of lawyers – both during law school and throughout their careers to create true Lifelong Learning for Penn Law lawyers.….

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New Penn State Law course to explore intersection of legal system and medical profession

15 October 2019

PENN STATE — Dr. Joseph Wiedemer, director of the Penn State Health Family and Community Medicine residency at Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, Pennsylvania, wondered how he could introduce young physicians to the legal system and help them understand how it might enhance their practice of medicine. Wiedemer pitched the idea of an interdisciplinary….

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Wayne Law launches undergraduate minor in law

15 October 2019

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY — Wayne State University Law School, in partnership with the Mike Ilitch School of Business, the School of Social Work, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is launching a minor in law program for undergraduate WSU students beginning in winter semester 2020. This program seeks to develop in students the skills….

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A look at the structure of two new hybrid JD programs

8 October 2019

INSIDE HIGHER ED — University of Dayton and the University of New Hampshire, started their inaugural hybrid J.D. terms this fall.The two new degree programs offer an early look at the pedagogy and the faculty role in online legal education at the J.D. level.

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UCLA Law receives grant to support Tribal Legal Development Clinic

8 October 2019

UCLA LAW — The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has awarded a grant of more than $1.3 million to UCLA School of Law to help strengthen legal institutions in California and across Indian country through the law school’s Tribal Legal Development Clinic.

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Cornell Law launches India Law Center

8 October 2019

MIRAGE NEWS — Cornell Law School launched its Cornell India Law Center on Sept. 26 with a lecture by Richard Verma, vice chairman and partner at the Asia Group and former U.S. ambassador to India.

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Fordham Law Pro Bono Scholar alumni share their experiences in program

8 October 2019

FORDHAM LAW NEWS — Fordham Law School’s Pro Bono Scholar program allows participants to discover and develop their interests while working with a like-minded community of service-focused peers and mentors. By devoting their final semester of law school to real-life pro bono practice, Pro Bono Scholars gain practical work experience prior to graduation and embody the….

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