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Professor Kathryn Rand quoted

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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 […]

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

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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 […]

Professor John Cook publishes article in Harvard National Security Journal

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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 https://harvardnsj.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2022/06/Vol13Iss2_Cook_IsEsquireAHigherClearance.pdf John Cook is a visiting assistant professor of law. […]

Incoming Professor, Carolyn Williams, elected to the Legal Writing Institute’s Board of Directors

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Incoming Assistant Professor of Law, Carolyn Williams, has been elected to the Legal Writing Institute’s Board of Directors. She will begin serving a four-year term at the board meeting scheduled to take place July 20, 2022 at the 2022 Biennial Conference in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown Law. Williams has a scheduled start date of July […]

What to Do After a Car Accident: Professor Paul Traynor offers expert advice to WalletHub

Categories: Alumni, Faculty, Public

Paul E. Traynor Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law, University of North Dakota Should a driver always report an accident to their insurance company, regardless of the scale? No. If the property damage is minimal and below a collision deductible there is no reason to report every incident to your insurance company, however, always […]

Professor Kathryn Rand, co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at UND is quoted

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Koi partnering with Chickasaw Nation on Shiloh casino proposed for Windsor area PHIL BARBER THE PRESS DEMOCRAT January 24, 2022 When the Koi Nation, an economically disadvantaged local Pomo band with approximately 90 members, announced last September that it had purchased land for a major casino project in an unincorporated area near Windsor, many wondered from where […]

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

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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 that bans critical race theory in public K-12 schools could open the door to […]

Professor Kathryn Rand will be a visiting faculty member at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law for the spring 2022 semester

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The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Boyd School of Law Announces Two Visiting Faculty Members for the Spring 2022 Semester The UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law is delighted to welcome two leading experts on tribal gaming law as part of the newly created Indian Nations Gaming and Governance Program. Professor Kathryn Rand and […]