Brooklyn Law professor Jodi Balsam named to NCAA Independent Resolution Panel

19 August 2019

Brooklyn Law School — Professor Jodi Balsam, a sports law expert and former in-house counsel at the National Football League, has been named by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to its Independent Resolution Panel, one of the groups created as part of the new Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP). These changes were made based on….

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Drexel Law Litigation and Appeals Clinic students win whistleblower claim for client

19 August 2019

Drexel University — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit handed students from the Federal Litigation and Appeals Clinic a victory on Aug. 6, reviving a whistleblower’s claim against Citigroup.

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Northeastern Law Program on Human Rights & the Global Economy authors report on water affordability in Massachusetts

19 August 2019

Northeastern University Law — The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) at Northeastern University School of Law has released its fourth publication in a series on the human right to water. “A Drop in the Bucket” looks at water affordability and its impact in twelve Massachusetts communities, including Boston, Brockton, Cambridge, Lawrence, Lowell,….

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Duke Law professors author Supreme Court amicus brief on Clean Water Act case

12 August 2019

DUKE LAW — Three Duke Law experts on environmental law have authored an amicus brief that has been filed with the Supreme Court in an important Clean Water Act case on behalf 37 scholars of environmental and natural resources law.

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Lewis and Clark Law Green Energy Institute releases report on reducing diesel particulates

12 August 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Portland suffers from some of the highest levels of diesel pollution in the United States. A recently released report from the Green Energy Institute (GEI) at Lewis & Clark Law School describes strategies to effectively address this pollution, in “Deconstructing Diesel: A Law & Policy Roadmap for Reducing Diesel Emissions in the Portland Metropolitan….

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Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law seeks to block implementation of restrictions on felon voting rights law

12 August 2019

FLORIDA PHOENIX — Civil rights organizations filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in federal court on Friday to block the implementation of a voting rights law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis  —  limiting the number of felons who can automatically have their voting rights restored.

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UCLA Law shares the stories of four UC Presidential Fellows

5 August 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW — The UC President’s Public Service Fellowship program has provided vital support to graduates from the University of California’s four law schools since 2016. Here are first-hand accounts of the program and the opportunities it created from some of UCLA Law’s UC President’s Public Service Fellows.

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UCLA Law awards post-graduate fellowships in public service to 14 graduates

5 August 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW — UCLA School of Law has awarded 14 postgraduate fellowships, including seven University of California President’s Public Service Law Fellowships, to 2019 graduates committed to practicing public interest law. The fellowships enable graduates to work on behalf of underserved individuals, communities and causes.

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Lewis & Clark Law’s Carma Corcoran selected for fellowship focused on advancing democracy

22 July 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Carma Corcoran, Lewis & Clark Law School’s Indian Law Summer Program Coordinator, has received a two-year fellowship by the Kettering Foundation’s Deliberative Democracy Institute. The fellowship is aimed at improving civil society by fostering a learning exchange between people from diverse nations.

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