AUWCL Alumna Creates Non-profit to Address Root Causes of Hunger and Abuse

AUWCL Alumna Creates Non-profit to Address Root Causes of Hunger and Abuse

11 Jun, 2015

For years, Carolyn Ronis ’14 (LL.M., Law & Government) has had a vision to affect change in the lives of people around the world. In September 2014, she brought her vision to life by starting her own non-profit organization, the International Coalition for the Eradication of Hunger & Abuse (ICEHA).  

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Specialized Summer Law Programs Host Opening Reception

Specialized Summer Law Programs Host Opening Reception (Photos)

08 Jun, 2015

An opening reception was held for participants in the law school's specialized summer law programs, including the Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy (PIOLD), International Commercial Arbitration, and the Environmental Law program.

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Dean Grossman Hosts Alumni Dinners in Seoul and Tokyo

01 Jun, 2015

As part of an AUWCL delegation traveling throughout Asia, Dean Grossman hosted two alumni dinners this weekend in Seoul, Korea and Tokyo, Japan.

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Students Compete in ICC Moot Court Competition in The Hague

Students Compete in ICC Moot Court Competition in The Hague

28 May, 2015

Students Trevor Maxwell (2L), Chris Keeler (2L), and Asma Kadri (2L) competed against teams from around the world May 17-22 during the international phase of the ICC Moot Court Competition in The Hague.

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AUWCL Delegation Visits Law Schools in Asia

AUWCL Delegation Visits Law Schools in Asia

28 May, 2015

From May 28 – June 3, an AUWCL delegation will be in Asia to participate in academic and development visits with law schools in Korea, Japan and India. The delegation, comprised of Dean Grossman, Professors Christine Farley, Michael Carroll, and Ezra Rosser, and Office of Global Opportunities Director Theresa Kaiser, will work to expand relationships with law schools in Asia through faculty and student exchanges and other programmatic initiatives.

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