Podcast: University of Virginia Law professors discuss important election law case before Supreme Court

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — A case now before the U.S. Supreme Court could upend the tradition of State courts ensuring that federal elections run in accordance with federal and state laws as well as ramp up partisan gerrymandering. Professor Bertrall Ross discusses the Moore v. Harper case on the latest episode of

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Podcast: University of Virginia Law assistant dean of financial aid Jennifer Hulvey offers advice on paying for law school

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — Assistant Dean of Financial Aid Jennifer Hulvey lends her expertise on the momentous task of financing a legal education. From loans to scholarships to payment plans and counseling, learn how UVA Law’s personalized support helps its community to make smart financial decisions without undue stress.

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Podcast: University of Virginia Law professors discuss important election law case before Supreme Court

November 10, 2022

COMMON LAW — State courts traditionally play a role in ensuring that federal elections run in accordance with federal and state laws. A case now before the U.S. Supreme Court could upend that tradition and ramp up partisan gerrymandering, says Professor Bertrall Ross on the latest episode of “Common Law,” a podcast of the University of Virginia

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Case Western Reserve Law launches podcast on Russian war crimes

November 2, 2022

CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shocked the conscience of humanity. Daily reports of Russian atrocities appear in the news. Worldwide, the cries for accountability are rising. But are Vladimir Putin and other Russian political and military leaders beyond the reach of international criminal law?

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UC Berkeley Law students create podcast on art and the law

October 28, 2022

THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN –Stephanie Arrington, a student at Berkeley Law, describes herself as a creative in the legal world. When she came to law school, she felt like she had to choose between art and  law, but instead she created the podcast “Power of Pro Bono,” where she merged the two together. The podcast, which was

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University of Virginia Law podcast looks at taboo transactions

October 26, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — A “taboo” topic is launching the fifth season of the podcast “Common Law” at the University of Virginia School of Law.

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Podcast: Harvard Law professor Martha Minow discusses the importance of civil justice

October 19, 2022

LEGAL TALK NETWORK — Martha Minow joins LSC President Ron Flagg to discuss access to justice, law schools and her new role as the MacArthur Foundation’s board chair on the latest episode of LSC’s “Talk Justice” podcast.

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Podcast: Forecasting employment outcomes for future law graduates

October 17, 2022

LEGAL TALK NETWORK — The overall employment outcomes for 2007 and 2021 law school graduates were both 91.9%. And while that sounds like a good thing, it could be a warning.

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Podcast: Leaders discuss the founding of the Penn State Dickinson Law Antiracist Development Institute

October 17, 2022

ED UP LEGAL — Legal education is experiencing large swings in applications; a call for innovation & adaptation; demand for increased diversification of the profession; & cries for social justice impact & protection of the Rule of Law.

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Podcast: A look at the public’s concerns over the value of higher education

October 13, 2022

THE KEY PODCAST — Americans aren’t questioning the importance of higher education, but they’re concerned it is unaffordable and unavailable for too many people. Experts dig into the data.

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