Our latest Law Student Limelight is Tareian King, who is…
Lawdragon 500 member David Anders has stayed a local and active alum of Fordham Law, where a third-year prosecution clinic played an important step in the development of his professional life.
Jason S. Kim was only 11 years old when he and his family immigrated from Seoul, Korea, to Washington, D.C. in search of economic opportunity. Before long he was looking for something bigger and eventually earned himself admission into UCLA, where he also received his law degree.
St. Mary’s School of Law is known in the South Texas area for their emphasis on education for service, justice and peace. These values can be seen in action their work for detained immigrant families and, more recently, separated immigrant family members.
The diversity of the legal profession’s next generation was on full display at the 2018 graduation ceremony for New York Law School, held at Carnegie Hall on June 1. U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer gave the keynote address, headlining a ceremony that was at times emotional.
Bobby Chesney has been at the University of Texas School of Law since 2008, after a stint at Wake Forest Law. He is one of the nation’s leading experts on national security law, including cybersecurity. He may be best known for the Lawfare blog and the National Security Law Podcast.
This past year, the ultra-elite Lawdragon 500 guide featured 2008 Harvard Law graduate Alec Karakatsanis, the founder and executive director of Washington, D.C.-based Civil Rights Corps – and one of the youngest lawyers ever to make the 500 guide.
There is no better lawyer than Neal Katyal to give advice on how to succeed in law. Katyal has argued 34 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, 32 of them in the last eight years.
Dean Limelight: Harriet Rolnick on Southwestern Law School’s New Two-Year SCALE Program in Entertainment and Media Law
Innovation has always been the hallmark of Southwestern Law School’s SCALE program. The Associate Dean for SCALE, Harriet Rolnick, explains how reforms have increased “fluidity” between SCALE and the traditional program. The most recent change is a new two-year program for students interested in media and entertainment law.
While the city of Pittsburgh was celebrating its mighty Penguins’ Stanley Cup win with a wonderful parade last Thursday, the Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors (NAPLA) was holding its 2017 conference just a few blocks away. Lawdragon Campus was proud to serve as a sponsor.