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Professor Kathryn Rand is cited

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How a SC Native American tribe came to operate an out-of-state casino The Post and Courier By Jessica Holdman Sept 11, 2022 KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. — On a recent weekday at year-old Two Kings Casino, a steady afternoon crowd shuffled inside a series of temporary red modular buildings to try their luck at some of […]

Professor Daniel Lewerenz interviewed by Indian Country Today

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Daniel Lewerenz, assistant law professor at UND, was interviewed by Indian Country Today for an Aug. 23 newscast reporting on Indian Child Welfare Act The U.S. Supreme Court in November will hear a case related to the law that protects Native American children in adoption proceedings. The interview begins at 1:25 in the video. https://indiancountrytoday.com/newscasts/08-23-22-native-physician-transitions […]

Professor Nikola Datzov participates in Junior IP Scholars Workshop hosted by Berkeley Law

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The annual Junior Intellectual Property Scholars Association (JIPSA) Workshop brings together leading junior IP faculty from around the world who hold a full-time academic position for 7 years or less and whose scholarship deals with IP law. The event provides a unique and important opportunity for participating faculty members to engage in robust, meaningful discussions […]

Professor Grijalva Presents at National Tribal Environmental Conference

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Professor Jim Grijalva recently spoke at the National Tribal Lands and Environment Forum in Milwaukee, WI. The Forum is sponsored annually by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, which advises the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and assists American Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages in developing governmental capacity for managing natural resources and implementing environmental […]

Professor Nikola Datzov recently presented at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual conference in Miramar Beach, Florida

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Professor Datzov participated on a panel and presented his research, “IP Enforcement in Web3: An Unforeseen Roadblock.” Session Summary – Intellectual Property and Web3 August 1, 2022 Submitted by Keith Robinson The IP and Web3 panel took place on Sunday at 1 PM in Juniper 4.  This well-attended program brought together intellectual property scholars to […]

Professor Carolyn Williams elected treasurer of The Legal Writing Institute

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The Legal Writing Institute (LWI) announced that Professor Carolyn Williams was elected by her peers as the LWI Treasurer, after just being elected for her first term as a Director of the Board. LWI is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving legal communication by supporting the development of teaching and scholarly resources and establishing forums […]

U.S. News: Professor Steven Morrison quoted

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ND Abortion Clinic Says Minnesota Move Won’t Delay Services The owner and operator of North Dakota’s lone abortion clinic says a judge’s ruling that will delay the closing of the state’s lone abortion clinic should provide more than enough time for her to move it a few miles away to Minnesota. By Associated Press July 28, […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently presented at the Natural Resources Law Teachers Workshop

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Professor Tade Oyewunmi presented a working paper on ‘The Regulatory State and the Emerging Offshore Wind Energy Market in the US’ at the Natural Resources Law Teachers Workshop hosted by the Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law in Vail, CO This paper discusses the emerging offshore wind energy market in the U.S. and highlights […]

Professor Steven Morrison quoted

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EXPLAINER: Challenge pending to North Dakota abortion ban AP News By DAVE KOLPACK July 18, 2022 FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s only abortion clinic, the Red River Women’s Clinic, has gone to state court seeking to declare the state’s imminent abortion ban is contrary to the state constitution. The lawsuit also seeks to at least delay […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi published in the “Palgrave Handbook of Natural Gas and Global Energy Transitions”

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Regulating Gas Flaring Emissions from Upstream Operations on US Federal Lands and in Nigeria by Tade Oyewunmi Abstract This chapter examines the framework for regulating gas production operations, flaring, and fugitive emissions on US Federal Government lands (on the one hand) and in Nigeria (on the other hand). Natural gas plays a key role in […]