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Regent moot team returns with honors

The strong appellate advocacy program at Regent’s law school has struck again, returning from a national competition with a second place trophy and a best oralist honor for one of its participants. Law students Lindsey Powdrell and Elizabeth Fabick carried ...

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Law school to host radio talk show

A radio studio at Liberty University’s law school will be the headquarters for a one-hour daily talk show hosted by law school dean Mat Staver. In addition to running the law school in Lynchburg, Staver serves as chairman of Liberty ...

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Clerkship blog launches

The University of Virginia law school is hosting a blog just for law students hoping to land a judicial clerkship.  Much of the advice on the first post at The ‘Shipping News would be well taken by anyone looking for ...

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Reveley is the man

W. Taylor Reveley III is no longer interim president at the College of William and Mary. The college’s board of visitors decided yesterday to forego a national search to fill the position and named Reveley to head the school for ...

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Law lecture becomes viral video

The video of Regent Law Professor James Duane’s 5th Amendment lecture – popularly known as “Don’t talk to the police!” – is enjoying widespread viewership on the Internet. In the video, the loquacious professor advises potential criminal lawyers why their ...

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A new approach to 3L

The Washington & Lee University law school has unveiled a new program, entitled “The New Third Year,” designed to make the last year of law school meaningful. Students will participate in a curriculum that is entirely experiential, using the final ...

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