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University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring

University of Houston’s Law School to Offer Corporate Compliance Class in Spring A class titled ‘International Corporate Compliance’ will be offered in the spring of 2013 by the University of Houston’s law school. The course will have curriculum that covers the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data analytics in compliance programs and internal…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

Clinics from NYU School of Law and Fordham Law School Criticize NYPD Aggression on Occupy Protesters

Clinics from NYU School of Law and Fordham Law School Criticize NYPD Aggression on Occupy Protesters On Wednesday, two law school clinics, The Global Justice Clinic (NYU School of Law) and the Walter Leitner International Human Rights Clinic at the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice (Fordham Law School) published a scathing report of the…>read more

No Comment July 26, 2012

University of Illinois College of Law Fined and Censured by ABA

University of Illinois College of Law Fined and Censured by ABA For the first time, the American Bar Association has fined a university for reporting incorrect consumer data. The school that was censured and fines is the University of Illinois College of Law. The school was fined $250,000. The law school…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2012

Stanford Law Names Mary Elizabeth Magill Dean

Stanford Law Names Mary Elizabeth Magill Dean The vice dean of the University of Virginia School of Law, Mary Elizabeth Magill, has been named as the dean of the Stanford University Law School, according to a press release from the school. The announcement was made by Provost…>read more

No Comment July 25, 2012

Gonzaga University Law Student Arrested for Hit-and-Run

Gonzaga University Law Student Arrested for Hit-and-Run   According to The Spokesman-Review, Timmy Nguyen, a Gonzaga University law student, made his first appearance on July 23, 2012, for allegedly crashing into a bicycle trailer carrying a two-year-old girl. The Gonzaga University law student, soon to turn age…>read more

No Comment July 24, 2012

Law Student Sues over Cell Phone Seizure in Rajat Gupta Case

Law Student Sues over Cell Phone Seizure in Rajat Gupta Case A second-year law student, Benula Bensam, entering her third year at the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Marshals Service and Preet Varrara, Manhattan’s to federal prosecutor, for seizing her phone illegally. The matter was…>read more

No Comment July 24, 2012

Study Names Top 10 Law Schools by Impact of Faculty

Study Names Top 10 Law Schools by Impact of Faculty According to a study of all the American Bar Association accredited law schools, researchers ranked the schools based on their scholarly impacts of law faculty. On the list, the School of Law at the University of California, Irvine, made the…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2012

Former Students’ Lawsuit against Cooley Law School Dismissed

Former Students’ Lawsuit against Cooley Law School Dismissed On Friday, a Michigan court dismissed a lawsuit brought by former students of Cooley Law School accusing the law school of misrepresenting graduate job placement statistics. The lawsuit, which sought $250 million in damages, was dismissed as the court did…>read more

No Comment July 21, 2012

Application for Bar Admission by Immigrant Supported by California Attorney General

Application for Bar Admission by Immigrant Supported by California Attorney General Sergio Garcia is living in the country illegally and is a Mexican immigrant. Garcia finished law school by working multiple jobs and taking the money made from publishing a self-help book. Garcia is running into problems with practicing law in…>read more

1 Comment July 20, 2012

Vermont Law School’s Capital Campaign Exceeds its Target by $3.4 Million

Vermont Law School’s Capital Campaign Exceeds its Target by $3.4 Million At a time when law schools are under heavy criticism from certain parts of the lawyers’ and students’ communities, it is refreshing to find citizens asserting their confidence in a law school. On Tuesday, the Vermont Law School Dean, Jeff…>read more

No Comment July 20, 2012

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