Making a Difference
Public service is a core value in legal education and the legal profession. AALS provides the latest public interest related news and information in American law schools.
When Gonzaga Law Professor Megan Ballard organized a half-day workshop for refugees on American law and justice, 180 newcomers turned out to hear from a judge, police officer, public defenders and a prosecutor (several of them Gonzaga graduates).
In Praise of Law Reviews (and Jargon-Filled, Academic Writing)
Cass R. Sunstein, Harvard Law School professor and former administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, outlines the value of law review articles, not just to academia or the legal profession, but to society as a whole.
THE DAILY COUGAR â “Law schools had no choice but to proactively respond with a change in their curricula to make their students more prepared for the workforce. Some schools even resorted to cutting or freezing their tuition rates. Thus, the challenge of law school turned into an opportunity.”2265742731
GLOBENEWSWIRE â Research conducted at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has helped lead to changes in how the U.S. Supreme Court preserves materials cited in its opinions.Read More about Research from John Marshall Law leads to changes in U.S. Supreme Court material preservation process
INSIDE WFU â The Veterans Legal Clinic launched at Wake Forest this fall with the mission to provide legal services to veterans with legal issues stemming from or relating to their military service that are currently underserved by existing programs.6159385951