Baylor Law student receives Texas state pro bono award

10 December 2018

WACO TRIBUNE — The Texas Access to Justice Commission presented the 2018 Law Student Pro Bono Award to Tychanika Kimbrough of Baylor Law School. The award recognizes a Texas law student who demonstrates commitment to the delivery of legal services to low-income Texans and passion for advocating on behalf of the underserved

Read More about Baylor Law student receives Texas state pro bono award

Women’s groups at eight law schools oppose law firms’ mandatory arbitration policies

10 December 2018

THE RECORDER — Women’s associations from eight elite law schools, including Stanford Law School and University of California, Berkeley School of Law, are joining the fight against forced mandatory arbitration among legal employers.

Read More about Women’s groups at eight law schools oppose law firms’ mandatory arbitration policies

Harvard Law student groups call for creation of diversity committee

10 December 2018

THE HARVARD CRIMSON — A coalition of 10 Harvard Law School student affinity groups called on Dean John F. Manning to establish a Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in a letter published Monday in the Harvard Law Record, the school’s student publication.

Read More about Harvard Law student groups call for creation of diversity committee

UCLA Law clinic releases report to help improve transition to civilian life for incarcerated women

10 December 2018

UCLA LAW — Following a two-year collaboration with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, UCLA School of Law’s International Human Rights Clinic has released a report and recommendations on improving opportunities for formerly jailed women to return successfully to civilian life in Los Angeles.

Read More about UCLA Law clinic releases report to help improve transition to civilian life for incarcerated women

UC Irvine Law Domestic Violence Clinic students discuss current issues at area high school

10 December 2018

UCI LAW — On November 29, students from UCI Law’s Domestic Violence Clinic delivered a presentation at University High School on the #MeToo Movement and Teen Dating Violence Awareness.

Read More about UC Irvine Law Domestic Violence Clinic students discuss current issues at area high school

Pepperdine Law student Sarah Parker selected for public service fellowship

10 December 2018

PEPPERDINE LAW — Pepperdine Law third-year student Sarah Parker was selected by the Human Trafficking Institute as a 2018-2019 Douglass Fellow. Parker is one of seven students chosen this year from the nation’s top law schools.

Read More about Pepperdine Law student Sarah Parker selected for public service fellowship

Quinnipiac Law students gain international law experience while studying abroad

3 December 2018

QUINNIPIAC NOW — Two Quinnipiac Law students developed a unique perspective on human migration, refugee policy and global ethics during a two-week experiential learning and immersion trip this summer at the University of Oxford in England and Lesvos, Greece.

Read More about Quinnipiac Law students gain international law experience while studying abroad

Notre Dame Law hosts National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom

3 December 2018

NOTRE DAME LAW — The Notre Dame Law School Moot Court Board recently hosted the Third Annual National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom. Nine moot court teams from across the country participated in the competition that was organized by Notre Dame Law students

Read More about Notre Dame Law hosts National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom

South Texas College of Law Houston students win award at national moot court competition

19 November 2018

STCL HOUSTON — South Texas College of Law Houston (STCL Houston) students continue to shine on the national advocacy stage this fall, as two third-year students earned the “Best Brief in the Nation” award at the 2018 National Finals of the Judge Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition in Chicago over the weekend.

Read More about South Texas College of Law Houston students win award at national moot court competition

Penn State Dickinson Law student receives American Society for Pharmacy Law scholarship

19 November 2018

PENN STATE NEWS — Third-year Penn State Dickinson Law student Marc Wagner was recently named the recipient of the 2018 Fink Family Scholarship by the American Society for Pharmacy Law (ASPL).

Read More about Penn State Dickinson Law student receives American Society for Pharmacy Law scholarship