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The Provost will begin accepting applications immediately, with interviews for potential candidates beginning as early as next week.
After interviews, DiLorenzo plans to meet with the Law School faculty before an announcement is made. UND archival photo.

Provost accepting nominations for Law School deanship

February 5, 2019 at

Provost: Looking forward to working with new Dean on cementing law school strengths, exploring ideas to magnify impact

Supreme opportunity

Supreme opportunity

November 6, 2018 at

Each year, UND student lawyers save their best arguments for North Dakota’s highest tribunal in the Moot Court Finals

This year, UND Law students Kate Drechsel and Ashley Bukowski led an effort to honor their professor, Julia Ernst and her family, who had tragically lost her 14-year-old son, Shuwang, in a drowning accident the previous summer. The Class of 2018 created the Shuwang Ernst Clement Memorial Scholarship endowment, which will be awarded each year to a first-year law student, with preference to students who reflect Shuwang’s compassion for others, and who will enhance diversity within the UND School of Law. Image courtesy of the UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

Turning tragedy into legacy

August 29, 2018 at

UND School of Law graduating class dedicates gift to professor’s family following heartbreaking loss

Brad Myers, who holds the title of Randy Lee Professor of Law, has been with UND Law since 2001, and carries a full load of teaching trusts and estates, tax, and business and estate planning in addition to his administrative duties as interim dean of School of Law. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Myers tapped for interim School of Law dean

May 8, 2018 at

Brad Myers will take over for Kathryn Rand, who is returning to teaching, effective Aug. 1

Kit Johnson, an expert on immigration law, was chosen to be a faculty lecturer by a UND committee of Chester Fritz Distinguished professors. Photo by Kit Johnson/UND Today.

Immigration on the mind

March 1, 2018 at

UND Faculty Lecturer Kit Johnson highlights peculiarities and potentials of immigration law

Jack Marcil, longtime UND donor and founder of regional media giant Forum Communication, took advantage of the North Dakota Higher Education Challenge Fund, which, for every $2 given by a donor, matches it with another dollar.  Marcil says he attributes his success to his UND education. Image courtesy of Jack Marcil.

Endowing the future

February 20, 2018 at

New endowments at UND Law strengthen school, benefit students

‘Professional’ hockey of a different kind

‘Professional’ hockey of a different kind

February 1, 2018 at

Law and Medical Schools from UND and the University of Manitoba face off on the ice in the Fifth Annual Cross Border Classic

UND Law School Dean Kathryn R.L. Rand, the first female head of the law school whose nine years in charge ranks her as one of the longest serving law deans in the country, has decided to conclude her service as dean and continue her role as a law school faculty member. Image courtesy of Rob Carolin.

Time is right

January 23, 2018 at

UND Law’s Rand to conclude her service as dean and return to faculty with school well positioned for her successor

UND Law School transfer students

‘Part of the community’

November 28, 2017 at

UND Law transfer students talk about experiences in new home, school

VandeWalle (center) said a business law course he took as an undergraduate at UND sparked his passion for the legal profession. UND Today archival photo.

Making the case

November 7, 2017 at

North Dakota Supreme Court justices hear cases at UND School of Law, judge student competition

Paul LeBel, UND Law Dean Emeritus and former UND Provost and Law Professor gave the speech at the School of Law Commencement Ceremony. Photo by Jackie Lorentz photo.

Law School graduates 63

May 11, 2017 at

Retired UND former law dean and University provost Paul LeBel tells grads they are uniquely qualified to help heal a ‘polarized’ nation

Davis, executive director of the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission, talks openly about the abuse he’s endured from both sides of the DAPL divide. A descendant of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Davis has served the state of North Dakota throughout the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) saga, trying to find any sort of common ground or opportunity for dialogue between sides.  Photo by Richard Larson.

Between a ‘Cannonball’ and a hard place

April 20, 2017 at

American Indian leaders on both sides of DAPL fight come together at UND Law School event to talk frankly about resistance, resilience and reconciliation

On Thursday, Feb. 23, the UND School of Law was recognized for its part in winning a regional design and construction award that was the result of the teamwork involved in completing the recently $14.4 million Law School renovation and addition project. Photo by Richard Larson.

Top of the ‘Pyramid’

March 2, 2017 at

UND Law School recognized for team effort that led to regional design and construction award for renovation and addition

Order in the court

Order in the court

November 29, 2016 at

UND’s Mock Trial team has only been on campus three years, but it’s consistently a competitive player on the national stage