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College of Law Establishes Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship Fund

Wednesday 3/16/2016

The College of Law has established the Beau Biden Memorial Scholarship Fund to honor the life and achievements of its alum, Joseph R. “Beau” Biden III, L’94.

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Joseph R. “Beau” Biden III L'94

U. S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Delivers Seminar to D.C. Externship Program Students

Tuesday 3/15/2016

The Semester in Washington D.C. program hosted a seminar by Judge Mary Ellen Coster Williams of the United States Court of Federal Claims in one of its courtrooms.

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United States Court of Federal Claims Judge Delivers Seminar on Federal Courts to DC Externs

On the 5th Anniversary of the Syrian Civil War, Professor Crane Directs Focus to the Victims

Tuesday 3/15/2016

Professor of Practice David Crane has written on the 5th Anniversary of the Syrian Civil War (March 15) about the importance of documenting war crimes for future transitional justice.

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David M. Crane

Students and Faculty Discuss Cold Case Justice Initiative at Bond, Schoeneck & King Law Firm

Friday 3/11/2016

In conjunction with Black History Month, Bond Schoeneck & King hosted Paula Johnson, Professor of Law and co-director of the Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) along with Ashley Weathers 3L, Julian Harrison 1L.

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Paula Johnson

I Am Syria to Mark Fifth Anniversary of Syrian Conflict with “Seven Days for Syria”

Tuesday 3/8/2016

Starting March 15, 2016, I Am Syria will launch its second iteration of “Seven Days for Syria,” a set of small-but-significant actions that anyone can do to help.

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