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Take a moment to peruse our student volunteers’ enormous achievements on the colorful posters hanging from the boards across from Financial Aid. The posters represent the diverse projects and activities Iowa law students have engaged in during the past year, including … Continue reading
Over the last two Spring Breaks, Iowa law students have volunteered with the Workers Defense Project in Austin, TX helping undocumented workers achieve justice. How are Texas construction companies getting around the law and exploiting undocumented labor? One landscaping business … Continue reading
All College of Law students are invited to participate in the North Liberty Community Pantry Golf Outing on Friday, May 10th at Saddleback Ridge Golf Course in Solon. This is a great way to unwind after finals and support the … Continue reading
This spring, three Iowa Law students Agnes Bugaj, Jason Emmanuel and Denise Patters are externing with the United Nations in the Netherlands. While earning law school credit, they are spending the semester assisting the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) … Continue reading
If you are looking for a study break, the Iowa Children’s Museum has a number of upcoming events and volunteers are needed!
Last week, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller and Director of the National Attorneys General Program James Tierney engaged students in the fourth floor Student Lounge. If you’d like to know more details about the AG office, check out Mr. Tierney’s … Continue reading
“Not At All What I Expected: My Grand Career” with Prof. Nancy Hauserman (Second to last L&L of the Spring Semester!)
“Rural Americans are increasingly without lawyers even as law school graduates are increasingly without jobs.” “Last month, South Dakota became the first state to…pass a law that offers lawyers an annual subsidy to live and work in rural areas, like … Continue reading