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News Archive - October 2010

"Wills for Missionaries" - Prof. Philip Manns shares his efforts in Pro Bono work

October 28, 2010

The Wills for Missionaries program provides estate planning and other documents (wills, durable powers of attorney, advance medical directives, and travel authorizations) for missionaries of the International Mission Board (IMB), as they head overseas...

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Federalist Society Welcomes Professor Esenberg for Jurisprudence Talk

October 28, 2010

The Federalist Society at Liberty University School of Law welcomes Marquette University School of Law Professor Richard Esenberg, to speak on the topic entitled “The Impoverishment of Legal Discourse: Naked Jurisprudence and Civil Society.”...

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National Pro Bono Celebration Interview; Prof. Edna Udobong shares her efforts in Pro Bono work

October 26, 2010

Upon graduation from the Nigerian Law School, and call to the Bar, I first registered for a job with the Nigerian Legal Aid Services where I represented clients in criminal cases. It was my first taste of pro bono legal work that revealed to me how...

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National Pro Bono Celebration Interview; Christopher Pitera shares his efforts in Pro Bono work

October 25, 2010

Christopher has made pro bono service a priority during his tenure at Liberty University School of Law.  Over the past three years he has contributed numerous hours of his time providing pro bono service to the Street Law Program, Liberty University...

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Today Liberty University Appeared in Federal Court Challenging the Healthcare Law

October 22, 2010

Today Liberty Counsel represented Liberty University and five additional clients against the new healthcare law opposing the federal government’s motion to dismiss in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia. Liberty Counsel’s...

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Liberty Law School to Co-Host Seminar on the Constitution and Rule of Law

October 20, 2010

Liberty University School of Law is excited to offer a free seminar entitled “The U.S. Constitution and the American Rule of Law” on Tuesday, October 26. This event is cosponsored by the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and will...

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Tim Todd Claims Victory in Sixth Annual Moot Court Tournament

October 12, 2010

After nearly a week of intense competition rounds, third-year law student (3L) Tim Todd was declared champion at the conclusion of the Liberty University School of Law 2L/3L Moot Court Tournament held from October 4 through October 7, with the final...

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Liberty Law Negotiation Team Wins National Entertainment Law Tournament

October 05, 2010

Liberty University School of Law proudly congratulates the team of Hannah Reichel (Class of 2011) and Karlee Shelton (Class of 2012) for their victory in the first-ever Southwestern Entertainment Law Negotiation Competition. The team was declared...

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