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College of Law Hosts Women Attorney Trailblazers in New York State Exhibit

Wednesday 2/10/2016

The College of Law is hosting the Women Attorney Trailblazers in New York State exhibit in the Dineen Hall atrium as part of the College’s Diversity Week (February 8 – 12) programming.

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Women Attorney Trailblazers in New York State Exhibit

Professor Driesen on Clean Power Plan Ruling: “Extraordinary and Unprecedented Judicial Activism”

Wednesday 2/10/2016

University Professor David Driesen provides commentary on Supreme Court’s ruling on the Clean Power Plan

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David Driesen

Semester in D.C. Externship Students Gain Multiple Perspectives on Military Legal Systems

Tuesday 2/9/2016

The Semester in D.C. Externship students participated in a seminar at Joint Base Andrews led by Col. Karen Mayberry, Appellate Military Judge of the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals.

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Martin Luther king Jr Celebration Dinner Provides Inspirations and Insights to LL.M. Students

Tuesday 2/9/2016

A group of over 40 LL.M. students, friends and families attended the 31st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Dinner in the Carrier Dome to learn about the legacy of Dr. King and how his teachings continue to inspire and drive civil rights in America and around the world.

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Martin Luther King Jr Celebration Dinner

National Trial Competition Team Advances to Nationals

Wednesday 2/3/2016

College of Law students Carly Halpin L’16, J. Joe Gattuso L’17, and Cory Schoonmaker L’16 advanced to the National Round for National Trial Competition following the New York Regional held this past weekend.

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Cory Schoonmaker, J. Joe Gattuso, and Carly Halpin.

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