William & Mary Law Appellate Clinic wins case in Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals

13 August 2018

WILLIAM & MARY LAW SCHOOL — The William & Mary Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic won a case for its client in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Two Pepperdine Law professors appointed to federal government positions

13 August 2018

PEPPERDINE LAW SURF REPORT —  Two members of Pepperdine Law’s faculty and administration—Professor Babette Boliek and Professor Donald (“Trey”) Childress—have been appointed to serve in important federal government positions for the coming year.

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New York Law School professor helps detained immigrants apply for asylum

13 August 2018

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL — An adjunct professor at New York Law School and a law student provided legal counsel to detained immigrants from over 35 countries who are seeking asylum in the U.S.

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University of Houston Law Center Immigration Clinic halts deportation of legal immigrant

13 August 2018

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — University of Houston Law Center faculty, students and alumni working through the school’s Immigration Clinic helped convince a federal judge to order an immigration court to review the case of a legal immigrant, ultimately resulting in the immigration court granting relief from deportation.

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Arizona State University Law’s post-conviction clinic included in a state task force for wrongful convictions

13 August 2018

ASU NOW — A new Arizona task force works to right wrongful convictions through hair evidence. The task force includes representatives from attorney general’s office, Department of Public Safety, Phoenix police crime lab, Arizona Justice Project and ASU law college.

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Rutgers Law international human rights clinic helps free Mexican journalist detained in U.S. in First Amendment case

6 August 2018

RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL — Rutgers Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic helped release a Mexican journalist who was being detained in the United States. A U.S. District Court Judge in Texas found the journalist and his son were detained in violation of their First Amendment rights.

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University of Virginia Law loan forgiveness program allows students to pursue public service

30 July 2018

DAILY PROGRESS — University of Virginia School of Law has a loan forgiveness program that helps interested students pursue careers in public service. The program is funded primarily by alumni donations and is available to law graduates working as public defenders, prosecutors, government attorneys or at legal aid offices.

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Loyola Law, Los Angeles Dean Michael Waterstone discusses school’s focus on public service

30 July 2018

DIVERSE ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION — Loyola Law Dean Michael Waterstone says that the legal system works best when it reflects the diversity of its community and Loyola has made inclusion a central part of its overall mission.

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Albany Law professor Sarah Rogerson discusses law clinic’s work with local police on immigration issues

30 July 2018

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL — Albany Law School Professor Sarah Rogerson, who runs the Immigration Law Clinic, assists law enforcement with detained immigrants. Rogerson and her students are allowed into the jail to provide counsel to the detainees.

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Notre Dame Law School students to debut online platform to connect pro bono attorneys with clients in need

26 February 2018

INDIANA LAWYER – An entrepreneurial-inspired legal answers website, started by Notre Dame Law School students, is preparing to go live, attracting funders and still turning heads.

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