Maryland Carey Law students spend two weeks in Malawi helping children through collaboration

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND – A two-week trip to Malawi has further cemented a collaborative bond established years ago between the law school and the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College of Law.

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Two Fordham Law, Georgetown Law professors lead legal team for project to increase reach of broadband internet access in Harlem

13 November 2017

JOURNAL OF BLACKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION – Olivier Sylvain and Sheila Foster are leading the legal team of a project that hopes to bring broadband internet access to low-income residents in Harlem.

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University of Wisconsin Law’s Latino exoneration program recognized with award

13 November 2017

WISCONSIN BAR – Those questions spurred creation of the Wisconsin Latino Exoneration Program, an initiative of the Wisconsin Innocence Project at the U.W. Law School.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law hosts start-up workshop in partnership with Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK – The School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will deliver a free workshop to help clear up the legal questions associated with opening a new business.

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Northwestern Law students draft petition in support of DACA program

13 November 2017

DAILY NORTHWESTERN – Pritzker School of Law students gathered Wednesday to unveil a petition in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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Students in University of Arizona Law clinic improving the lives of veterans

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA – Through the Veterans’ Advocacy Law Clinic, students represent veterans through a court-monitored, six-month diversion program, giving back and gaining valuable experience.

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Students from Harvard Law, Stanford Law present research on issues surrounding police use of technology

6 November 2017

STANFORD LAW SCHOOL – The cross-section of practitioners, policymakers, technologist, and activists came together as part of the Stanford-Harvard Project on Technology and Policing.

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University of New Mexico Law holds free legal fair on “Real ID” requirements

6 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF LAW – Members of the public who have these issues or others dealing with compliance to the new law are invited to the Real ID Free Legal Fair.

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William & Mary Law students to host non-partisan Election Day information hotline for voters

6 November 2017

WILLIAM & MARY LAW SCHOOL – Students are set to run the W&M VOTEline at (757) 742-3095, a voter assistance hotline aimed at responding to questions local citizens have about voting.

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Yale Law clinic helps win freedom for client after 23-year sentence

6 November 2017

YALE NEWS – In light of mounting evidence that he was denied his constitutional right to a fair trial, a motion was filed to grant McIntyre a new trial.

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