College of Law News

Teaching Professor Aliza Milner Named to Editorial Board of Legal Communication & Rhetoric

Tuesday 6/5/2018

The editorial board of Legal Communication & Rhetoric: Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (JALWD) and the Association of Legal Writing Directors has named Teaching Professor Aliza Milner an Associate Editor and Editorial Board Member. Additionally, Professor and Director of Legal Communication and Research Ian Gallacher has completed his term as lead editor of JALWD.

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Aliza Milner

Arlene Kanter Honored by Israeli Human Rights Center Bizchut

Monday 6/4/2018

On June 3, Israel’s Human Rights Center for People with Disabilities—Bizchut—presented Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence Arlene S. Kanter an award for her work with the Jerusalem-based organization ...

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Arlene Kanter

Jasmine Greenfield Selected as Rural Summer Legal Corps Student Fellow

Thursday 5/31/2018

3L Jasmine Greenfield has been named among 30 Rural Summer Legal Corps Student Fellows. A joint program of Equal Justice Works (EJW) and Legal Services Corporation, the Legal Corps provides direct services to underserved rural communities across the United States and its territories. EJW selects the Student Fellows and LSC funds the Legal Corps program and the 26 host sites ...

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Jasmine Greenfield

Alumna Samantha Pallini’s Pro Bono Scholars Resolution to be Considered at ABA Annual Meeting

Thursday 5/24/2018

Providing widespread access to legal services is critical if underprivileged populations in the United States are to be treated equitably and fairly. As the American Bar Association (ABA) recognizes, systematic inequities and disadvantages can be exacerbated because vulnerable populations are often unaware of their rights or cannot find or afford counsel. In many cases, it falls to service-minded law students or new J.D. graduates to close the “justice gap” ...

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The ABA Law Student Division Pro Bono Caucus in August 2017.

Christopher Clark L’18 to Participate in Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition for Second Consecutive Year

Tuesday 5/22/2018

Alumnus Christopher Clark L’18 has been invited to participate in his second consecutive Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition held at Baylor Law School. 3L Sara Fitzpatrick will assist Clark during the competition and Joanne Van Dyke L’87, a partner at Coté and Van Dyke LLP, will serve as the team’s coach.

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Sara Fitzgerald, Christopher Clark

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