Donation to University of Houston Law Center will support pre-law pipeline program

February 6, 2024

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — James M. Stanton, former state district judge and founder of the Stanton LLP law firm, has demonstrated his commitment to aspiring law students with a donation to the University of Houston Law Center’s Pre-Law Pipeline Programs.

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University of Akron Law to bring back pre-law pipeline program in 2024

November 21, 2023

THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON — Following a well-received debut this past May, the Law School’s new prelaw pipeline program Akron Law Prep Week is on track to return next year.

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Mercy University hosts College to Law School Pipeline Program

September 25, 2023

MERCY UNIVERSITY — An opportunity for Mercy students interested in pursuing law school to meet with mentors from the Westchester County Bar Association’s Diversity Committee.

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Pipeline program focuses on applicants who were denied law school admission 

September 12, 2023

REUTERS — Among the 38,000 or so first-year law students nationwide who are kicking off their studies this month are 51 who didn’t quite make the cut when they applied two years ago.

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Jumpstart pipeline program in Illinois prepares incoming students for law school

August 25, 2023

2CIVILITY — The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism is pleased to report that 91 students from all nine Illinois law schools participated in Jumpstart 2023, a pre-law school preparatory program for first-generation law students and those from communities that are historically underrepresented in the legal profession.

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Mississippi College Law discusses placement of students in federal clerkships

August 10, 2023

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE LAW — When her civil procedures professor explained to her class how a federal clerkship is a tremendous learning experience that offers valuable insight into the judicial process and provides practical familiarity with the litigation process that could benefit young attorneys throughout their careers, Sonya Dickson wasn’t interested. At the time, the first-year

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A look at the Rutgers Law Raising the Bar internship program

August 10, 2023

RUTGERS LAW — A new one-year internship program helped Newark native Mubdi R. Sanni-Thomas on his way as he prepared for the intense bar exam. Initiated by former Rutgers Law Co-Dean Kim Mutcherson, the “Raising the Bar” paid internship program pairs third-year Minority Student Program (MSP) students in Camden with employers for part-time internships during

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Indiana University Maurer Law collaborates with IU Northwest for law scholars pipeline program

July 10, 2023

INDIANA UNIVERSITY MAURER LAW — LAW SCHOLARS PROGRAM TO REDUCE TUITION FOR UP TO FOUR IU NORTHWEST GRADS INTERESTED IN PURSUING A LEGAL EDUCATION.

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University at Buffalo Law hosts high schoolers to learn about law school and the legal profession

June 27, 2023

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO LAW — Teenagers are typically not seen much around O’Brian Hall. But the law school filled its halls with several young people recently, thanks to two initiatives that brought the tools and possibilities of the law to people of high school age. The first, a faculty-led mini-training for at-risk youth, introduced teens

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George Washington Law students coach local middle schoolers for mock trial

June 27, 2023

GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW — Twenty Stuart Hobson Middle School students completed their mock trial Monday, which culminated six months of legal coaching from seven GW Law students. D.C. District Court Judge Jia Cobb presided over the trial, which deliberated whether Smith, an imaginary junior, stole another student’s $700 Nikon camera in a make-believe case created

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