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IN THE DECEMBER 22, 2014 ISSUE


William Brewer

Agostina Bellini

TABLE of CONTENTS

Latinas Take the Lead in Law-Related Degrees
by Mary Ann Cooper
Each year, The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine reports on schools conferring the most law and criminal justice degrees on Hispanics. Our information is based on National Center for Education (NCES) statistics. This year, we are presenting data on the top schools granting the most associate, bachelorís, masterís and/or doctoral degrees to Hispanic students. click here

Law Firm Champions Latino Opportunities and Issues
by Sylvia Mendoza
William Brewer and John Bickelwere young attorneys laying out their ultimate objectives as they started their law firm in Dallas. They wanted to do more than practice law. They wanted to effect change in surrounding communities. click here

A New Kind of Dean Appointed at Brooklyn Law School
by Gary M. Stern
Ten years ago, Nick Allard would likely not have been appointed dean of Brooklyn Law School as he was on July 1, 2012. Most law school deans were academics that climbed their way up the law school ladder. But Allard was a working attorney.

Legislation and Programs Support Undocumented Students in Florida
by Kimberly Allen
Until recently, a college education was out of reach for many high school students who entered the United States as children of undocumented immigrants. Through a program that launched last fall, Seminole State College of Florida has provided full scholarships and tuition waivers for eight students who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) scholarship program.

New Efforts to Combat Sexual Assault on Campus
by Frank DiMaria
While the NFL was dealing with the public relations nightmare of domestic violence perpetrated by its players earlier this year, some of Americaís colleges were placing sexual assault prevention at the forefront of their messages to their students and faculties, and for good reason.

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