Student Profile: Q&A with First Year Student Nomcebisi

Student Profile: Q&A with First Year Student Nomcebisi "Noma" Ndlovu

First year student Nomcebisi “Noma” Ndlovu has a background in democracy and governance work with a non-profit in D.C. She came to law school to gain more technical expertise in her field, and felt she could build a solid foundation for her legal career at AUWCL.

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Alumni Pay it Forward: LegallyBlack IP

Alumni Pay it Forward: LegallyBlack IP

In January 2020, Kiara Ortiz ‘20 and Valérie Cambronne ‘20 started an organization called LegallyBlack. LegallyBlack’s mission is to create a more informed public by empowering and educating minority communities of color on the value of intellectual property protection.

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Program on Judicial Reform Examines Developments in Latin America, July 14-25

Program on Judicial Reform Examines Developments in Latin America, July 14-25

With the wide-ranging move in the region towards oral, adversarial trials, Latin America continues to undergo significant legal and judicial reforms throughout the region.  Participants from Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, and the United States have gathered in Washington, D.C. for a two-week intensive seminar that aims to position them to gain a greater understanding of lessons learned in Latin American systems as well as how the example of the U.S. judicial system can apply to their own work in their respective countries.

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Students, Faculty, and Staff Lend a Hand in Local Neighborhoods

More than 180 incoming students, faculty, and staff participated in the In My Back Yard (IMBY) Public Service Day on Aug. 19, volunteering at organizations in local Washington, D.C. neighborhoods.

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