Law school students petition US Supreme Court to improve access to online government legal materials

17 June 2019

IP PRO — Over 100 US law students have petitioned the US Supreme Court arguing that copyright laws and private firms are restricting their access to essential legal information.

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University of Wisconsin Law students receive outstanding non-traditional student scholarships

14 June 2019

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN LAW — Two UW Law students received Outstanding Adult Students Scholarships and Awards, hosted by UW-Madison’s Adult Career and Special Student Services program this spring.

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Kenesha Starling selected as editor-in-chief of South Texas Law Review

14 June 2019

STCL HOUSTON — A second-year law student at South Texas College of Law Houston (STCL Houston) recently broke a nearly 100-year-old glass ceiling at Houston’s oldest law school. Kenesha Starling earned the esteemed role as the first black editor-in-chief of South Texas Law Review since the school’s founding in 1923.

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University of Miami Law LLM student from Saudi Arabia selected as student marshal for graduation

14 June 2019

MIAMI LAW — Bayan Alhejji, a lawyer from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was chosen as the LL.M. Student Marshal for University of Miami Law’s spring Commencement 2019.

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US District Judge launches pipeline program for first-generation college students interested in law school

14 June 2019

9NEWS — The program was founded by the Honorable Christine M. Arguello of the Federal District Court, for low-income and first-generation college students.

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Recent UC Irvine Law graduate Cameron Sheldon wins rule of law writing competition from local bar association

12 June 2019

PATCH LOS ANGELES — The Beverly Hills Bar Association (BHBA), in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation, hosts the 65th Annual Supreme Court Luncheon honoring the Justices of the Supreme Court of California

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Teenage law school students share their experiences

12 June 2019

LAW.COM — Aaron Parnas enrolled at George Washington University Law School two years ago at age 18. At least three other teens are following in his footsteps this fall and will begin their legal studies.

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WMU-Cooley Law student receives awards from State Bar of Michigan tax section

4 June 2019

WMU COOLEY — WMU-Cooley student Jonathan Brignall was honored with the State Bar of Michigan Taxation Section Student Tax Achievement Award on May 23. In addition to the Student Achievement Award, Brignall was awarded first prize and $1,000 for the section’s writing contest.

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Wayne Law students awarded with scholarships for commitment to social equality

4 June 2019

WAYNE LAW —  Two Wayne State University Law School students have been awarded the Wolverine Bar Foundation Damon J. Keith Scholarship.

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What law schools are doing to help students cope with stress

3 June 2019

ABA JOURNAL — If you think law school is stressful, know that it gets worse once you are in practice, with deadlines, long hours and the weight of what a mistake could mean for a client, says recent graduate Michael R. Anspach. The good news, adds the Ohio lawyer, is that law school is a great….

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