Campbell Law students compete in national law competitions

November 17, 2022

CAMPBELL LAW SCHOOL — Three teams of Campbell Law School advocates traveled far and wide to represent the law school well over the first weekend in November. Campbell Law School third-year students Corey Goss, Liza Trent and Adia McLaughlin and second-year student Rachel Rogers, competed in the National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC) from Nov. 3-6,

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Campbell Law students compete in national law competitions

November 17, 2022

CAMPBELL LAW SCHOOL — Three teams of Campbell Law School advocates traveled far and wide to represent the law school well over the first weekend in November. Campbell Law School third-year students Corey Goss, Liza Trent and Adia McLaughlin and second-year student Rachel Rogers, competed in the National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC) from Nov. 3-6,

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Elon Law names inaugural student diversity fellows

November 17, 2022

ELON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Elon Law has selected four students in the Class of 2023 as the inaugural cohort of a new Fellows program designed to enhance and promote inclusive excellence throughout the university’s downtown Greensboro campus community. Joining them in their work is a professor selected as Elon Law’s inaugural Dean’s Faculty

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Recent University of Mississippi Law graduate Francesca Morschbach wins writing award

November 14, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF LAW — Francesca Morschbach, who graduated with an LL.M. from the University of Mississippi School of Law in August, is this year’s winner of the Constance O’Keefe Aviation Law Writing Award, presented by International Air Transport Association Legal Symposium in Paris in October. The award allows students to gain industry

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Pace Law Student Christen Maccone wins student writing competition

November 14, 2022

PACE UNIVERSITY ELISABETH HAUB SCHOOL OF LAW — At the Pace Environmental Law Review (PELR) Symposium held on October 28th, PELR announced Haub Law 3L Christen Maccone as the winner of the John R. Nolon Student Writing Competition. Christen’s article entitled, Should Environmental Protection be Through Anthropocentric Rights?, addresses the issues with human-centered, instead of

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Washington and Lee Law students Sica Matsuda and Brian Warren argue case before US Court of Appeals

November 14, 2022

WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — Two third year law students at Washington and Lee University School of Law argued a case this month before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Sica Matsuda ‘23L and Brian Warren ‘23L were assigned the case as part of their work with the school’s

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University of Utah Law Student Bar Association hopes to rebuild community after COVID-19

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, S.J. QUINNEY COLLEGE OF LAW — The Utah Law Student Bar Association, the student government made up of elected representatives from each of the three classes within the law school, meet weekly to plan events to build community after switching to a virtual learning format due to COVID-19.

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Notre Dame Law student Jazmyn Ferguson to speak at National Black Pre-Law Conference

November 10, 2022

NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL — Jazmyn Ferguson, a second-year student at Notre Dame Law School, served as one of the panelists at the 18th annual National Black Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair from November 10-12 in Boston. The National Black Pre-Law Conference is designed to provide aspiring Black lawyers with access to information, resources, and

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Northern Kentucky University Law student TJ Roberts argues case before US Court of Appeals

November 10, 2022

NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW — Student TJ Roberts argued a case in the United States Court of Appeals, the court just one level below the Supreme Court of the United States. His case in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals at Cincinnati, Nov. 1: A criminal appeal involving evidentiary and constitutional issues, part

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Yale Law scholarship covers full tuition for 51 students

November 10, 2022

YALE NEWS — Chisato Kimura LAW ’25 first interacted with the American legal system while navigating the visa process for her parents, who were recent immigrants from Japan. Now, she is one of 51 law students to receive funding from Yale Law School to cover the full cost of tuition, fees and health insurance under the

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