Whither the Monograph: Changes to the ABA Standards on Library and Information Resources and Their Unintended Consequences for Legal Scholarship by Nicholas Mignanelli

May 21, 2024

Legal Skills Prof Blog (by Scott Fruehwald) — The author shares a forthcoming Northwestern Law Journal article by Nicholas Mignanelli (Yale Law) that describes how changes to ABA standards on library information and resources could affect legal scholarship. 

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UC Irvine Law establishes scholarship initiative in partnership with Thrive Scholars

April 17, 2024

UCI LAW — The University of California, Irvine School of Law (UCI Law) and Thrive Scholars have established a scholarship initiative for graduating Thrive Scholars and alumni. 

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Case Western Reserve Law international law moot court team wins national competition

March 13, 2024

CASE WESTERN RESERVE SCHOOL OF LAW — The law school’s Jessup International Law Moot Court team (composed of Elise Manchester, Will Baker, Ellie Buerk, Brianna Schmidt and Naomi Matthusen) took 1st place at the National Competition held on Feb. 29—March 3, 2024 in Portland, Oregon, earning a berth in the International Rounds in D.C. in

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A look at Harvard Law Anticorruption Lab

March 6, 2024

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL — I came to Harvard Law School with a background in international development from my undergraduate years, excited to work on the most pressing issues facing the developing world.

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Harvard Law hosts forum on Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment 

January 30, 2024

THE HARVARD CRIMSON — Hundreds of Harvard Law School affiliates gathered in Wasserstein Hall on Thursday for a Rappaport Forum event on Trump v. Anderson. 

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Podcast: Touro Law senior instructional designer Patricia Baia describes how course design has changed over the years

October 16, 2023

THE ASPEN LEADING EDGE PODCAST — Patricia Baia, Touro Law School, shares the details of being an Instructional Designer and how designing courses has changed over the years. She also gives advice on how to mix up lessons and how to conduct self-reflection after every class.

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Washington and Lee Law German Law Journal to host symposium on sexual violence and the law

October 2, 2023

THE COLUMNS — On Friday, Oct. 6, the German Law Journal will host a day-long symposium at W&L Law titled “Sexual Violence and the Law.”

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Arizona State University Law launches new alumni engagement office

September 27, 2023

ASU NEWS — The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is launching a dedicated alumni office to reshape how it connects and engages with all of its graduates.

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University of the Pacific McGeorge Law’s Homeless Advocacy Clinic secures victory for Sacramento’s unhoused and low-income community

September 26, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC — The Homeless Advocacy Clinic at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law played a critical role in saving homeless and other low-income people across Sacramento more than $162 million in court fines and fees.

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Video: University of Houston Law Center student Tyler Brewster shares why he chose the school

September 15, 2023

THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — Tyler Brewster, 3L and former SBA President (2022) talks about tucking away the thought of being a lawyer for awhile and the rewards now of making that dream happen by attending UHLC.

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