UNLV Law announces Justice Douglas Pre-Law Fellowship Program

8 October 2019

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL — UNLV’s William S. Boyd School of Law announced Wednesday the Justice Michael L. Douglas PreLaw Fellowship Program, named for the first African-American justice on the Supreme Court of Nevada. It offers undergraduate students at UNLV a sampling of law school classes, as well as networking opportunities with legal professionals and current law school students.

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Santa Clara Law Launches in-residence experts program

8 October 2019

SANTA CLARA LAW — Santa Clara Law launches a new program dedicated to connecting current students with legal experts in a variety of areas. In-residence experts are on campus and excited to share their mastery of a multitude of subjects, from mediation to patents, with Santa Clara Law students considering entering similar fields.

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Washington and Lee Law introduces minor in legal studies

8 October 2019

THE COLUMNS — Beginning in fall 2019, however, students also may choose to pursue a minor in Law, Justice, and Society (LJS) through a new interdisciplinary program that harnesses the academic trifecta of the College, the Williams School and the Law School.

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Albany Law Justice Center details future efforts

30 September 2019

WAMC — Celebrating an anonymous $15 million donation it received over the winter, Albany Law School recently unveiled a new sign for its Justice Center. Albany Law School President Alicia Ouellette says the former “Law Clinic and Justice Center” was renamed “The Justice Center” following the January donation – the biggest in the school’s history. Between….

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A look at the Arizona State University Law Master of Sports Law and Business program

30 September 2019

ARIZONA SPORTS — The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State recently announced the Master of Sports Law and Business program will be named after former MLB commissioner Allan “Bud” Selig. The school also announced the creation of the Marie Selig Professorship, in honor of Selig’s mother.

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University of Georgia launches First Amendment Clinic

30 September 2019

UGA TODAY — The University of Georgia School of Law will create a First Amendment Clinic thanks to a $900,000 gift from the Stanton Foundation, an organization established by former television broadcasting executive Frank Stanton. The clinic will support First Amendment rights by focusing on regional cases involving free speech, freedom of the press and….

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Hofstra Law offers new course on real estate

30 September 2019

LIBN.COM — The university’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law is now offering a new, “intensive” real estate course to provide students with the skill sets needed to “navigate and shape the future of Long Island real estate development,” according to a press release about the program. The initiative is a partnership between the law school’s….

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University of Maryland Law launches pre-orientation program to introduce students to legal education

30 September 2019

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE — To ease the transition into life as law students, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law traditionally welcomes the newest members of its community with an orientation program gearing them up for the rigors ahead. This year, the law school took orientation a step further with a two-week….

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UC Irvine Law graduate tax program partners with data analytics company for certification

23 September 2019

UC IRVINE LAW — The Graduate Tax Program at the University of California, Irvine School of Law (the Program) has just announced a partnership with Alteryx, Inc. (NYSE: AYX), a computer software company based in Irvine, revolutionizing business through data science and analytics.

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California Western Law New Media Rights program organizes legal workshops for local filmmakers

23 September 2019

CALIFORNIA WESTERN LAW — California Western’s New Media Rights (NMR) recently presented two workshops at KPBS San Diego as part of their Explore Local Content Project orientations for local filmmakers and podcasters. The Explore Local Content Project is a collaboration with local producers to grow the quality and quantity of unique local content. It explores….

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