North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

Assistant Professor Nikola Datzov quoted: Burgum’s campaign is using pop culture for merchandise. Is he violating copyright laws?

Categories: Faculty

Much of Gov. Doug Burgum’s presidential campaign merchandise and social media posts draw inspiration from pop culture. The Jumpman logo, left, compared to a T-shirt being sold by North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum’s presidential campaign.WDAY graphic InForum | By Nick Broadway of WDAY Friday, September 15 Watch the story by WDAY’s Nick Broadway FARGO — […]

Second-year law student, Bridget Grathwohl, awarded Brink Lawyers UND scholarship

Categories: Students

Brink Lawyers, P.A. is proud to announce that Bridget Grathwohl was awarded the Fall 2023 Brink Lawyers UND Northern Valley Scholarship. Ms. Grathwohl is a second-year law student at the University of North Dakota School of Law. In addition to her studies, Bridget is Treasurer of UND’s Agricultural Law Association, a member of the UND’s […]

UND School of Law welcomes Class of 2026

Categories: Alumni, Students

Eighty-five first-year law students, members of the UND School of Law Class of 2026, began their legal education this week. Their journey began with a Convocation ceremony held Sunday evening at the Chester Fritz Auditorium with their family and friends in attendance. Andrew Armacost, UND president; Eric Link, UND vice president for academic affairs and […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi named co-editor of the Oil, Gas, & Energy Law Journal’s Special Issue.

Categories: Faculty

The special issue will focus on “International Energy and Investment Law Implications of the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act.” Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence invites submissions for a Special issue focusing on “International Energy and Investment Law Implications of the US Inflation Reduction Act“. The co-editors for this issue are Tade Oyewunmi (Assistant Professor of Law at […]

Professor Ariana D. Meyers recently presented at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) conference in Boca Raton, Florida

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

Professor Meyers presented her forthcoming paper, the enhancement of family law pedagogy in the classroom using visualization to explain the traditional doctrinal concept of equitable division during the Family Law Pedagogy Discussion Group. The group, invited both doctrinal and clinical professors to discuss the tools and strategies they use in their family law (and related) […]

Professor Kathryn Rand was a recent guest on an episode of the podcast Native American Calling

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Tribes on offense over sports betting July 26, 2023 Listen The Seminole Tribe is poised to have exclusive control of mobile sports betting in Florida just as the NFL season gets started. Their potential windfall is part of a $5 billion compact with the state that — for now — is holding up against court […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi publishes ‘The Regulatory State and the Emerging Offshore Wind Energy Market in the United States’

Categories: Faculty

Professor Oyewunmi’s article is featured in Volume 60, Issue 1, 2023 of the Foundation Journal for Natural Resources and Energy Law The semiannual law journal of the former Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (now FNREL) contains reprints and original scholarly articles covering oil and gas, mining, water, public lands, and environmental law. This 2023 issue […]

UND Law receives a B+ grade for practical training

Categories: Public

The National Jurist’s Pre-Law magazine announces their list of ‘Best Schools for Practical Training’ The issue highlights the 66 law schools that excel when it comes to clinics, externships, and other educational offerings that help students learn how to lawyer. By Julia Brunette for the National Jurist Pre-Law You may have heard the phrase “Learn […]

UND Law interns polish courtroom skills

Categories: Students

Students aid state’s attorney’s office Minot Daily News AUG 9, 2023 JILL SCHRAMM Associate Editor   Two law students with local Minot roots have been getting a leg up on their education while helping the Ward County State’s Attorney’s Office keep up with caseload this summer. Jacob Schmidt and Logan Simons are completing three-month […]

Dean Brian Pappas addressed the ABA House of Delegates at the ABA Annual Meeting in Denver

Categories: Faculty

He spoke in favor of Resolution 501 that encourages civility in public discourse The now adopted resolution was brought forward by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution in which Dean Pappas is the outgoing Chair. The Resolution effectively asks the House of Delegates to reaffirm 11A108 that affirms the principle of civility as a foundation […]