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    First year student Ryan Schmidt has worked for both AmeriCorps and Peace Corps. He came to law school to explore his interests in public service and international law. MORE

  • Applications Now Open for Summer Programs Abroad

    Applications are now being accepted for AUWCL's specialized summer programs abroad. Participants will study international law in some of the most fascinating parts of the world, learn about different legal systems and cultures, and create professional networks abroad. Earn up to six credits in course topics from international business law to human rights law in Europe, Asia, and South America. Apply by March 31. MORE

  • Professor to Receive Prestigious Clinical Legal Education Award

    Professor Ann Shalleck, director of AUWCL's Women and the Law Program and Clinic, has been chosen as the 2015 recipient of the AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education's William Pincus Award for outstanding contributions to clinical legal education. The award, which will be presented at the Section's luncheon Jan. 3 at the AALS Annual Meeting, is the most prestigious award in clinical legal education and is a recognition of Professor Shalleck's extraordinary work and dedication as a clinical teacher, scholar, program builder, advocate, and mentor.

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