Maria Suarez ’19 creates book scholarship to assist Latinx students

Maria Suarez ’19 has created a book scholarship to support Latinx students in pursuit of their dreams and legal education. Buying textbooks is often a worry for low-income and minority students who often lack financial support. A book scholarship helps a student focus on studying without the stress of needing […]

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Class Notes Feb. 2022

Class of 1985 Rev. Dr. Cynthia Jackson ’85 was interviewed on NorthJersey.com about her church leadership. Class of 1987 Tim Gresback ’87 is running for the Idaho state legislature. Class of 2011 Evan Mascagni ’11 produced Persistent: A Challenge to Kentucky’s PFO Law, a short film on the work of returned […]

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3L Gloria Cannon carries on Deepwater Horizon work with Whistleblower Protection Clinic

While continuing her work from Spring 2021 to present in the Whistleblower Protection Clinic (WPC), UDC Law 3L Gloria Cannon is working with Congress to challenge the ongoing public health and environmental disaster resulting from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  

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Prof. Budzinski fights for better, safer rules for service of process in domestic violence cases

Last year, Prof. Andrew Budzinski proposed relaxing the rules on service of process in the domestic violence division of the D.C. Superior Court, resulting in the implementation of a temporary amendment through the end of 2021. Budzinski worked to reinstate the amendment as omicron surged, succeeding earlier this month.  

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