Mike Fridgen, CEO of UW CSE startup
Kent Greenawalt, a Columbia University law professor, delivered the Meador Lecture on Law and Religion at the University of Virginia School of Law on Feb. 16.
By day she leads the University of Virginia School of Law's public service programming and counseling efforts, but until recently Annie Kim spent many nights preparing to argue her most challenging case as an attorney yet. Kim added a final victory working as in-house counsel for the Albemarle County Attorney's Office last week when the 4th U.S.
Dr. Stephen Jones, president of Bob Jones University, today announced the appointment of John D. Matthews as Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations.
Hayley Gorenberg, deputy legal director for Lambda Legal and lead counsel in the civil rights organization's New Jersey marriage equality case, spoke to students in the Law and Public Service Program seminar about her career in public service.
Three years after the launch of the University of Virginia School of Law's Program in Law and Public Service, the first class of students who joined as first-years is preparing to graduate, better prepared to work for the public good.
The Law School and the student-run Public Interest Law Association will give 109 students more than $483,000 to fund their public interest jobs over the summer, PILA organizers said this week.
The University of Strathclyde has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Prevention Research Institute to establish the Institute of Global Public Health.
Professor Chris Sprigman presents an early draft of “Valuing Attribution and Publication in Intellectual Property" at a faculty workshop moderated by Professor Greg Mitchell.
Baseball player agent Rob Plummer, has carved out a niche representing some of the most promising young players from the Dominican Republic.