U.S. Army veteran and Georgetown Law student shares her experience in dual roles

16 November 2017

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER – It was, in fact, working through this bureaucratic inefficiency, breaking down obstacles that propelled Nicolas to want to come to law school.

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UCLA Law student argues case before federal court of appeals concerning prisoner’s free speech rights

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW – On Oct. 19, Kneitel made his case before a panel of three judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in Sisney v. Kaemingk.

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Rutgers Law School students aid local youth through Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program

13 November 2017

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY-CAMDEN – Through the Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program at Rutgers Law School’s Camden location, ex-offenders up to the age of 24 in Camden can get help in resolving their civil legal issues and possibly getting their records expunged.

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BYU’s Community Law Clinic assists local residents and institutions

13 November 2017

EDUCATION DIVE – Brigham Young University Law School is celebrating the opening of a new Community Legal Clinic to help better serve these residents of the city.

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UC Irvine Law students take part in community pro bono projects

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW – UCI Law students recently participated in several pro bono projects benefitting low-income and underserved populations, locally and beyond.

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Northwestern Law’s Center on Wrongful Convictions wins acquittal for client

13 November 2017

DAILY NORTHWESTERN – Kerry Masterson, a client of Northwestern’s Center on Wrongful Convictions, was acquitted Thursday of a 2009 murder, the University announced in a release.

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UCLA Law students provide legal aid to veterans through new clinic

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – The Veterans Legal Clinic allows UCLA Law students to help veterans gain access to benefits and address criminal justice issues.

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University of Idaho Law’s Immigration Clinic students help assemble DACA information guide

13 November 2017

ARGONAUT – Andrew Augustine and David Delyea, two third-year law students, assembled and are distributing a guide for people with families at risk of deportation or who are at risk themselves.

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University at Buffalo Law students to travel to Puerto Rico as part of recovery assistance legal clinic

13 November 2017

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF LAW – The University at Buffalo School of Law has launched the Puerto Rico Recovery Assistance Legal Clinic, in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.

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