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Law Center Highlights
Students Volunteer Over 23,000 Hours of Legal Work
The graduating class of 2013 participated in the Pro Bono Honor Program and volunteered 23,041 hours of pro bono legal work while in law school, an all-time record. This is an impressive volunteer effort, and its impact on the community is beyond measure. (read more)
NSU Law Alumnus Wins His First Case at the Supreme Court of the United States
When NSU Law alumnus, Angel L. Arias (JD 2004), joined his fellow NSU Law alumni in April 2012 to be sworn in to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, his timing could not have been better. On October 10, 2012, he sat second chair during oral argument before the Supreme
Students Receive Bar Gift Award
NSU Law Center students Jennifer Palacio and Alexander Annunziato were this year’s recipients of the Bar Gift Award. Funded through generous contributions of alumni and faculty member donors, the Bar Gift Award provides monetary assistance to graduates during their 10 weeks of preparation
Student Receives 2013 Rising Star Scholarship Award
The Broward County Women Lawyers' Association (BCWLA) presented the 2013 Rising Star Scholarship Award to NSU Law Student Jennifer Aguila. Expecting to graduate in May 2014, she has balanced her time between being a wife and mother, while working full time for the U.S. Attorney's
Law Center Takes Trophies at NSU’s 14th Annual Student Life Achievement Awards
April 16, 2013 was a night of celebration for the Law Center at NSU’s 14th Annual Student Life Achievement Awards, also known as the “STUEYS.” Third-year Law Center student and Student Bar Association president, Brooke Latta, won Overall Student of the Year Award out
Alumni Win Big and Named "Most Effective Lawyers"
NSU Law alumni Peter Herman ‘82 and Alex Brown ’04 of the firm Tripp Scott were named “Most Effective Lawyers 2012” by the Daily Business Review for the Member Services v. Security Mutual Life Insurance case, which resulted in a jury decision of $26