UCLA Law students and faculty participate in inaugural Public Service Challenge

17 November 2020

UCLA SCHOOL OF LAW — Hundreds of members of the UCLA School of Law community participated in the law school’s inaugural Public Service Challenge, which took place over five days, from Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, and served a great number of voters, charitable groups and others in Southern California.

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UCLA Law students win Tournament of Champions trial competition

17 November 2020

UCLA SCHOOL OF LAW — UCLA School of Law’s top-ranked A. Barry Cappello Trial Team has completed the best weekend in its history, including strong finishes in multiple national competitions and the team’s first-ever victory in the Tournament of Champions, the nation’s premier invitational trial competition.

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Georgia State University Law Immigration Clinic wins green card for client

17 November 2020

GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY — Students in Georgia State Law’s new Immigration Clinic won its first merits hearing for their client at the Atlanta Immigration Court. The student team of Cruz Espitia (J.D. ’21) and Haley Solomon (J.D. ’22) represented a young woman who arrived in the U.S. from Guatemala at the age of 15.

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Penn State Dickinson Law student Anthony Fanucci awarded scholarship from the American Society for Pharmacy Law

17 November 2020

PENN STATE NEWS — Third-year Penn State Dickinson Law student Anthony Fanucci was named the recipient of the 2020 Fink Family Scholarship by the American Society for Pharmacy Law. The Fink Family Scholarship supports a pharmacist attending law school who demonstrates academic, professional or service-related achievement.

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Southern Illinois University Law to host National Health Law Moot Court competition

17 November 2020

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY — Law school students from across the nation will compete virtually this weekend as the Southern Illinois University School of Law hosts the National Health Law Moot Court competition. Thirty-two teams from 21 law schools will argue the merits of a fictitious case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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South Texas College of Law Houston students Nicholas Ocampo and Elizabeth Nevle win National Sports Law Negotiation Competition

17 November 2020

THE NATIONAL JURIST — South Texas College of Law in Houston is celebrating yet another moot court victory. Nicholas Ocampo and Elizabeth Nevle recently won first place at the National Sports Law Negotiation Competition. The STCL Houston team was coached by alumnus Johnathan Trimble ’17.

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University of Texas Law celebrates Veterans Day

17 November 2020

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN SCHOOL OF LAW — This Veterans Day, Texas Law is shining a light on students who have served in America’s military. Each is involved in a range of school organizations and causes, and each has a unique career ambition. Together, they and the many other veterans in our student population enrich….

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A look at University of Cincinnati Law student efforts to protect free speech and address police violence

10 November 2020

UC NEWS — Many law students, alumni, faculty and staff attended demonstrations, marches, protests and vigils. “They were standing up to make a difference,” says Jim Tomaszewski, assistant director of Cincinnati Law’s Center for Professional Development. “It’s really just a fundamental reminder of what lawyers are called to do.”

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Vermont Bar Association recruits law student and lawyer volunteers for election protection efforts

10 November 2020

NEWS 10 ABC — Shortage of poll workers not a problem in Vermont, thanks to partnership with state bar. In September, election officials around the country were scrambling to find volunteers to work the polls on November 3. But that’s not a problem in Vermont, according to several town clerks.

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University of Akron Law intellectual property students help develop medical technologies through new interdisciplinary competition

10 November 2020

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON — Students in The University of Akron (UA) School of Law’s intellectual property (IP) law program will help develop much-needed medical technologies in a new, interdisciplinary student competition launched by Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).

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