University of Mississippi Law students take interdisciplinary approach to opioid crisis

15 October 2018

OLE MISS — The University of Mississippi schools of Law and Pharmacy are working together to combat the opiod crisis in an interdisciplinary manner. The schools collaborated for an education symposium on “An Interprofessional Approach to the Opioid Crisis in Mississippi.”

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University of Mississippi Law introduces living-learning community for college freshman

15 October 2018

OLE MISS — Ten freshmen at the University of Mississippi will begin their legal education early through the School of Law Living-Learning Community. This is the inaugural year of the program, which will take these students interested in attending law school after graduation and introduce them to the law.

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University of Houston Law Center students discuss alternative legal careers with employers

15 October 2018

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — University of Houston Law Center students recently learned about nontraditional ways they can use their legal education during Career Development Office’s Alternative Legal Career Table Talk in the Commons.

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Stanford Law students work with and learn from California’s Yurok tribal leaders

9 October 2018

STANFORD LAWYER — Stanford Law students experience how the law was having an effect on the lives of tribal members.

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Pepperdine Law community celebrates renovation of campus

1 October 2018

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY GRAPHIC — Pepperdine’s School of Law recently unveiled its completed renovation project. The intentionality behind every change made to the atrium and auditorium ultimately contributes to the creation of an environment that will not only encourage academic growth but also the growth of lifelong relationships

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University of Mississippi Law student to intern at U.S. Mission to NATO

1 October 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI —  A University of Mississippi law student will spend the fall semester in Brussels, Belgium developing her expertise on international law and policy.

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University of Maryland Law’s Environmental Law Clinic wins ABA award

1 October 2018

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FRANCIS KING CAREY SCHOOL OF LAW — The Environmental Law Clinic has been named the ABA’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources 2018 Law Student Program of the Year Award winner. The award recognizes the best student-organized education program or service project focusing on issues in environmental law.

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South Carolina starts toll-free legal aid hotline for Hurricane Florence victims

1 October 2018

ABC 15 NEWS — A toll-free legal aid hotline allows callers to request the assistance of a lawyer in flood-related matters, is a partnership between the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, the South Carolina Bar, the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division, and South Carolina Legal Services.

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Yale Law expansion provides additional classroom and study space for students

24 September 2018

NEW HAVEN REGISTER — For the first time in 83 years, the footprint of the Yale Law School has expanded with the addition of Baker Hall, which will serve as a residential hub and student center, as well as provide additional classroom and study space for students.

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Notre Dame Law’s Church, State and Society fellows reflect on summer work experiences

24 September 2018

NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL — Five Notre Dame Law students gained valuable exposure this summer in the area of religious-institutions practice. Sponsored by the Law School’s Program on Church, State & Society, each summer fellow assisted a religiously affiliated organization with legal services.

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