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Jessup Team excels at regional competition in Chicago

Jessup Team excels at regional competition in Chicago

Feb 12, 2018
The Case Western Reserve University Jessup International Law Moot Court team was victorious in the Chicago Regional competition, and will next compete in the international rounds on March 29-April 7 in Washington, DC. 
International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Team takes first place in Vis Pre-Moot Competition

International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Team takes first place in Vis Pre-Moot Competition

Jan 31, 2018
The team of 7 CWRU law students, ranging from 1L to 3L, placed first among the nine participating schools. In addition, two students received individual honors for their performances in the competition.
CWRU Inaugurates First Joint LLM Degree between US and China

CWRU Inaugurates First Joint LLM Degree between US and China

Oct 20, 2017
CWRU School of Law, in partnership with China’s Southwest University of Political Science and Law, held an opening ceremony on September 19, 2017 to celebrate the start of the nation’s first and only joint LLM degree program.
Alumnus-Founded Firm Leads Challenge to the President’s Executive Order

Alumnus-Founded Firm Leads Challenge to the President’s Executive Order

Sep 6, 2017
Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Lowry, founded by Austin Fragomen ’68, took a leading role in combating the intended and unintended consequences of the President's executive order for members of the immigrant and business communities across the nation.
Professor Colares discusses NAFTA renegotiation in WVIZ Idea Stream segment

Professor Colares discusses NAFTA renegotiation in WVIZ Idea Stream segment

Aug 24, 2017
Colares outlines the trade positions of the United States, Mexico and Canada in light of President Trump's interest in renegotiating NAFTA to better favor the United States.
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