Assistant Dean, Tammy Oltz, quoted in Grand Forks Herald article regarding the ND ban on critical race theory for K-12

Assistant Dean, Tammy Oltz, quoted in Grand Forks Herald article regarding the ND ban on critical race theory for K-12

North Dakota ban on critical race theory for K-12 concerns higher ed professors Legislators say law likely won’t open the door to ban theory for universities and colleges Written By: April Baumgarten | 1:01 pm, Dec. 11, 2021 FARGO — Some professors fear North Dakota legislation […]

Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable

Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable

UND Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented his research project regarding the role of patent eligibility in artificial intelligence innovation at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable. Read the full story here LinkedIn Story

Professor Steven Morrison awarded the President’s Commendation from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Professor Steven Morrison awarded the President’s Commendation from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Steven R. Morrison, Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota School of Law, was recently awarded the President’s Commendation from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for his years of service on the Board of Directors. He […]

Professor Kathryn Rand, co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at UND is quoted in an article about the Koi Nation’s casino project in California

Professor Kathryn Rand, co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at UND is quoted in an article about the Koi Nation’s casino project in California

PHIL BARBER THE PRESS DEMOCRAT September 18, 2021 In the span of about eight months in late 2002 and early 2003, two Indigenous tribes announced plans to build casinos in Sonoma County. The first was the Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians, who identified a […]