Law Student’s Gen AI Product, Lexplug, Makes Briefing Cases A Breeze

It was a bathroom break that inspired Bradley Neal, a 3L at The George Washington University Law School, to develop a product that uses generative AI to help law students better understand... Read more »

USCIS Clarifies Policy Guidance for International Students in F, M Status

 The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has changed its policy manual to make it easier to find and understand all the regulations regarding nonimmigrant students in F and M status. The... Read more »
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LexisNexis Expands Access to its Lexis+ AI to Law School Students

In October, LexisNexis released its generative AI research tool, Lexis+ AI, for general availability for U.S. customers, along with limited release in law schools to select faculty, librarians and students. Now, the... Read more »

Know Who Needs A Raise? Law Students On Journal – See Also

Future Prestige Doesn’t Fill A Presently Rumbling Stomach: Students rally against work without pay. Stephen Miller Picked A Fight With Taylor Swift: Not sure this is who you want bad blood with.... Read more »

On LawNext: The Law Students Working to End Racism in the Legal System

Each year for the past three years, the LexisNexis African Ancestry Network LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation Fellowship has awarded fellowships to promising law students to participate in research projects related to... Read more »

Efforts Continue to Legalize Work, Other Pathways for Undocumented Students, Asylum Seekers

Undocumented students are waiting for University of California (UC) leadership to issue a plan that would remove hiring restrictions for all UC students, regardless of immigration status. The proposed plan, titled Opportunity... Read more »

US federal prosecutors charge Cornell University student over alleged online threats against Jewish students – JURIST

The US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of New York announced on Tuesday that it charged and arrested Patrick Dai, a Cornell University student, for posting threats online against Jewish students.... Read more »

Carla Stenzel Comments on Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Challenge Against OPT Programs for Foreign Students

Carla Stenzel comments on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to decline hearing a challenge to the Optional Practical Training (OPT) work program for foreign students, ending yearslong litigation and preserving the program... Read more »

Why the United Auto Workers union is embracing grad students : NPR

Union academic workers and supporters march and picket at the UCLA campus amid a statewide strike by nearly 48,000 University of California unionized workers on Nov. 15, 2022, in Los Angeles. Mario... Read more »

Wisconsin judge blocks policy allowing students to change their gender identity at school without parental consent – JURIST

A Wisconsin state judge struck down on Tuesday a public school district policy that allowed students to request to transition to a different gender identity at school without parental consent and over... Read more »

Juelsgaard Clinic Students Urge Fairness and Transparency in Copyright “Small Claims” Proceedings – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Last month, Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic students Matt Krantz (JD ’22), and Peggy Xu (JD ’23) submitted a comment to the U.S. Copyright Office advocating for fair and accessible procedures... Read more »

Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Students Reflect on First Court Hearing – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Lauryn Bennett, ’24, on Preparing for the Hearing: Ari Berman, ’24, and Lauryn Bennett, ’24, represented a family from Venezuela seeking political asylum. This quarter, my clinic partner and I represented a... Read more »
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