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Aspen Advisor Week in Review for October 25th, 2019

Experiential Learning

The Palmetto LEADER, the bus the University of South Carolina Law School will use to provide assistance in underserved areas. 

Law School Students

Law school, like life, is tough. Things are not always going to go the way you want or anticipated. Take control over your situation.

Attorney coach and UCLA law lecturer Judith Gordon discusses why law school is so stressful, and what students can do to manage their classroom anxieties.

In this episode, we're talking about civil procedure -- in particular, supplemental jurisdiction.

News that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will be teaching at the University of Florida in 2020 has prompted some students to create a group aimed at addressing what they say is a culture of tolerating harassment, unequal treatment, misogyny and violence.

Legl Education

The American Bar Association rejected a bid by Florida Coastal School of Law to go nonprofit, but law school leaders are committed to the change in tax status.

The latest law school to offer students the opportunity to opt out of the LSAT is Seton Hall Law. 

On Wednesday, Pepperdine law school will announce its largest-ever gift, $50 million from the Carusos to help low-income and other underserved students attend, pay off student loans and pursue public service careers. The Carusos also have pledged to help raise an additional $50 million over the next decade for an endowment to keep the financial aid sustainable.

South Carolina’s two law schools are losing top leaders at the end of school year. 

Two researchers discussed the potential for innovations in the use of artificial intelligence and digital phenotyping to advance social justice causes at a Harvard Law School panel Wednesday.

Called "the Catholic Charities Immigration Clinic at Gonzaga Law School," the clinic will provide immigration legal assistance to low-income individuals, including undocumented immigrants, while simultaneously training aspiring immigration lawyers.

More than 200 alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of Brooklyn Law School gathered on Wednesday, Oct. 23 for the installation ceremony of Michael Cahill as the school's new dean.

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