Wrongfully convicted civil rights activist, exiled 40 years, speaks to Innocence Project students

Alyssa Boone (second from left) is pictured with Frederick Umoja, his daughter, and Project for Innocence staff, attorney Alice White and clinical associate professor Elizabeth Cateforis. Law professors are fond of telling their students not to “lose sight of the forest for the trees.” However, often as a law student, my here and now seems like little more than a …

Video game gladiators spark interest in media law

Greetings! I wanted to share my experience in a place far from the middle of the United States that has helped guide my legal path. As an undergrad, I was fortunate enough to visit Seoul, Korea, where I have a neighborhood friend working full-time in the video game industry. Although I am not an avid video game player myself, the …

Report gauges frequency, value of law school experiential learning opportunities

A report about law school experiential learning was released last week by the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) and the NALP Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to research about legal careers. The 2010 Survey of Law School Experiential Learning asked practicing lawyers about the usefulness of their law school experiential learning opportunities. The survey respondents were exclusively associates in private …