UC Irvine Law student Michaela Posner elected to ABA Board of Governors

17 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW — UCI Law student Michaela Posner ’21 was elected this April to be the Law Student At-Large on the ABA Board of Governors for the 2019-2020 year. Posner will join the Law Student Division Council and also be a voting member of the ABA Board of Governors and ABA House of Delegates.

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UC Irvine Law Black Law Student Association honors students, alumni, and legal community

17 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW — UCI Law’s Black Law Student Association held its second annual awards gala Saturday, April 6. Highlights of the evening included a keynote address by the Honorable Andre Birotte Jr. of the U.S. District Court (Central District) and remarks from Dean L. Song Richardson.

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UC Irvine Law clinic students provide thousands of hours of legal assistance to local organizations

17 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW — Several UCI Law students participated in a pro bono nonprofit assessment clinic on April 4, 2019, in Costa Mesa. The clinic was a collaboration of Snell & Wilmer LLP, the Association of Corporate Counsel, Public Law Center and UCI Law.

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University at Buffalo Law student shares experience assisting asylum seekers

17 April 2019

LAW.COM — University at Buffalo Law 2L student Rosellen Marohn shares her experiences assisting asylum seekers at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley. Marohn is a former Peace Corps volunteer (El Salvador, 2009 to 2011) and a participant in the law school’s U.S.-Mexico Border Clinic.

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University of Arkansas Law students spend spring break in access to justice program

17 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS —  University of Arkansas Law students Andrew Dixon, Sara Koch and Julian Sharp participated in Legal Aid of Arkansas’ annual Spring Break on the Road to Justice. The students provided estate-planning services to elderly individuals in rural communities under the supervision of Legal Aid and volunteer attorneys.

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Two Fordham Law moot court teams take top honors in media and international law competitions

15 April 2019

FORDHAM LAW — This winter, two of Fordham’s moot court teams triumphed in media and international law competitions. On March 17, Fordham’s team won the national championship in the Cardozo/BMI Entertainment and Media Law Moot Court Competition.

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Two Indiana McKinney Law students bring unique perspective from their home countries

15 April 2019

INDIANA LAWYER — With fresh perspectives and experiences added to their legal toolbelts, two international Indiana University McKinney School of Law students are preparing to tackle human rights issues in their communities head on.

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University of Mississippi Law student Stephanie Gobert honored by school’s Pro Bono Initiative

15 April 2019

OLE MISS LAW — The knowledge that attorneys carry comes with great responsibility. Many attorneys and aspiring attorneys use that knowledge to give back to clients in need through pro bono work.

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University of Mississippi Law student Nathaniel Snyder shares experience as Space Law Fellow in Congressional office

15 April 2019

OLE MISS LAW — University of Mississippi School of Law student Nathaniel Snyder is getting the most of his space externship with U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo’s office in Washington, D.C. Snyder, a second-year student in the Air and Space Law Concentration, met NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to discuss Mississippi’s role in the use and exploration of….

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University of Richmond Law student shares her experience in BYU LawStories program

15 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND NEWS — When Dorie Arthur and her fellow 1L students walked into their first Contracts course with Professor David Epstein, they received a surprising directive: At the close of the lecture, instead of packing up their books and rushing out the door, Professor Epstein asked students to applaud

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