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Temple Law Student Wins First Prize in Bar Association Writing Competition

Third-year law student Bradley Smith has taken the top prize in the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s newest writing competition, which focuses on issues in workers’ compensation. In addition to a cash prize, the paper will be published in The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Centennial: A Narrative and Pictorial Celebration, a commemorative publication edited by Hon. David B. Torrey.
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Temple Law Ranked 15th Nationally for Practical Training

National Jurist Magazine has ranked Temple Law School 15th nationally for practical training and given the school an overall grade of “A” in its March 2015 report, “Best Schools for Practical Training.”
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Advocacy in Action: Temple National Lawyers Guild Expungement Project Offers a Path Forward

Ed. note: Temple Law School has always been “home” to passionate students who don’t wait for graduation to use their advocacy skills in service to the community. The Temple National Lawyers Guild Expungement Project is one way these students have found to make an impact now. We checked in with 2L Emily Bock, who organizes student volunteers through the Temple Law chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, to find out more about the Project.
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First Amendment “Giant” Floyd Abrams Calls Higher Education the Next Battleground over Free Speech in 2015 Adams Lecture

Legendary First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams identified higher education as the next battleground over free speech in his 2015 Adams Lecture remarks, citing several instances in which speaking invitations to controversial figures were withdrawn after disapproving student groups threatened disruptive action if the events proceeded as planned.
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