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GMU introduces new specialty law concentration

The George Mason University law school has introduced a new specialty concentration in homeland and national security law. According to a press release on the school’s Web site, students interested in the field are required to take six courses: Administrative ...

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GMU introduces new specialty law concentration

The George Mason University law school has introduced a new specialty concentration in homeland and national security law. According to a press release on the school’s Web site, students interested in the field are required to take six courses: Administrative ...

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Bueller?… Bueller?

How do you follow Chuck Norris as a graduation speaker?  Liberty University this year will go with actor, writer and economist Ben Stein. The former presidential speechwriter — who came to fame in 1986 as Ferris Bueller’s economics teacher — ...

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W and L tax clinic gets grant

The tax clinic at the Washington and  Lee University law school will get a matching $48,000 grant from the Internal Revenue Service. The grant will enable to the clinic to provide assistance to low-income tax payers in much of the ...

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William & Mary moot program repeats at Tulane

For the second year in a row, a moot court team from William & Mary has taken top honors at the Tulane University School of Law Mardi Gras Invitational.  The annual sports law competition featured a field of 38 teams ...

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ASL honored for community work

The Appalachian School of Law is on a presidential honor roll for community service. In 2008, ASL continued coaching “Lego Robotics” teams at the Mountain Mission School for underprivileged children.   ASL students took part in the Buchanan County Community ...

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GMU mootsters take regional honors

George Mason University law students have won the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship in the National Rounds of the 2009 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, according to the school’s announcement. The moot team shut out the competition 7-0. ...

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Regent moot team repeats at W&M

The Regent University law school moot court team took top honors for the second year in a row at the William B. Spong National Moot Court Tournament at William & Mary.  Regent’s team consisted of 2L students Chuck Slemp and ...

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Law students urged to focus on practice choices

Start thinking now about what kind of law you want to practice, a legal employment expert told students at the U.Va. law school last week. Lawyers work with people, things, ideas, money or business, said Sarah Van Steenburg, managing director ...

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