Penn State Law welcomes school’s largest master of laws class to date

September 13, 2023

PENN STATE — On Tuesday, Aug. 15, the Penn State Law Master of Laws (LL.M.) program welcomed the biggest class in its history to the University Park campus during orientation.

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Arizona State University Law to host mock NBA trade competition

September 12, 2023

ASU NEWS — Students with a head for business and a passion for sports will be happy to learn of a first-of-its-kind event being hosted by the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University this November. 

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Penn Carey Law welcomes new students  

September 8, 2023

PENN CAREY LAW — This week, the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School welcomed the JD Class of 2026, comprised of 248 students from 34 states, the District of Columbia, and countries across the globe, including Canada, China, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam.

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A profile on new USC Gould Law dean Franita Tolson

September 8, 2023

DAILY TROJAN — On July 1, Tolson became the first-ever Black dean employed by Gould and the first woman to do so in more than four decades.

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Academic and Bar Support Scholarship Spotlight

September 5, 2023

Law School Academic Support Blog (by Louis Schulze) — Professor Schulze (FIU Law) highlights recent scholarship related to academic and bar support.  

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University of Michigan Law prohibits use of ChatGPT in law school applications

July 25, 2023

REUTERS — The admissions department at the University of Michigan Law School is looking for personal statements and application essays that reflect the traits and writing ability of aspiring attorneys. But those essays better not have been written by ChatGPT.

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University of Arkansas Law professor Sara Gosman and students discuss renewable energy with Sam’s Club employees

March 14, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS LAW — Law professor Sara Gosman, two law students and a recent graduate of the Sam M. Walton College of Business spoke to Sam’s Club employees about renewable energy and electric vehicles at a recent company-wide “regeneration” learning event at the corporate headquarters in Bentonville.

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A profile on UC Law San Francisco Plaintiff’s Law Association president Catherine Cawley

January 27, 2023

UC LAW SAN FRANCISCO — UC Law San Francisco is home to dozens of student organizations that help law students connect with like-minded peers and network for their future careers. One of these many groups is the Plaintiffs’ Law Association. Meet Plaintiffs’ Law Association President Catherine Cawley and hear in her own words what’s great

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An Online Resource of Note

January 24, 2023

Empirical Legal Studies (by Michael Heise) — Professor Heise (Cornell Law) shares tips on using UCLA’s statistical consulting site as a resource for empirical legal studies. 

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