North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

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Beth Moe

Ferguson Books will host Jackie Stebbins ’09, author of ‘Unwillable: A Journey to Reclaim My Brain,’ for a book-signing

Categories: Alumni

Bismarck lawyer, UND grad pens book about rare brain disease Ferguson Books will host Jackie Stebbins, author of “Unwillable: A Journey to Reclaim My Brain,” for a book-signing from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday, June 27, at the Grand Cities Mall. Grand Forks Herald By Pamela Knudson June 21, 2022 04:14 PM GRAND FORKS – Ferguson […]

Professor Kathryn Rand quoted

Categories: Faculty

NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES BRING FRESH ENERGY AND TIME-TESTED TRADITIONS TO LAS VEGAS HOSPITALITY Las Vegas Weekly Amber Sampson Thu, Jun 23, 2022 (2 a.m.) Las Vegas’ Palms Casino Resort has always had a great story. The property just west of the Strip thrived under the original reign of the Maloof family, turning heads with its […]

Terry Effertz ’18 joins Olson Effertz Lobbying & Consulting

Categories: Alumni

Olson Effertz Adds Principal Consultant Published June 18, 2022 12:02 AM The Olson Effertz Lobbying & Consulting firm announces the addition of Terry Effertz as a Principal Consultant. In her new role, Terry will provide lobbying consulting and legal analysis services, as well as supporting the Olson Effertz Executive Search team. “We are happy to welcome […]

Ask the Experts: Assistant Professor Paul Traynor talks accident forgiveness

Categories: Alumni, Faculty, Public

Is Accident Forgiveness worth paying for? Accident Forgiveness programs vary depending upon the insurance carrier so policyholders should read them carefully before making any decisions. Also, understand that these are insurance programs and are not part of the policy contract or insurance policy. As a result, the insurance company can interpret them, cancel them or amend them […]

Professor Kathryn Rand to continue role as Senior Distinguished Fellow for UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation

Categories: Faculty

UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation appoints four Fellows on different areas The ICGR’s Fellowship program encourages the development of research, educational programs and content, and thought-leadership opportunities. In addition, Fellows serve in an advisory role, providing expertise regarding the development of the center and services provided to clients. “We are thrilled to have these industry professionals […]

Judge Leslie Beiers ’83 has been elected to serve as chief judge of Minnesota’s 6th Judicial District

Categories: Alumni, Public

District Court in Northeastern Minnesota selects new leader Judge Leslie Beiers will elevate to chief judge July 1. Beiers, based in Duluth, will be backed by a new assistant chief judge, Hibbing’s Rachel Sullivan. Duluth News Tribune By Staff reports June 01, 2022 03:37 PM DULUTH — Judge Leslie Beiers has been elected to serve as […]

Professor John Cook publishes article in Harvard National Security Journal

Categories: Faculty

The Harvard National Security Journal recently published the article Is Esquire a Higher Clearance Than Top Secret?: A Comparison of the Bar Admission and National Security Clearance Processes by John Cook, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law (August 2020-May 2022). The article is available online at John Cook is a visiting assistant professor of law. […]