North Dakota Law

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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 […]

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 […]

Longtime Detroit Lakes attorney, David Stowman ’72, recalls military service during turbulent times in Vietnam

Categories: Alumni, Public

Stowman earned the Bronze Star and several other medals, commendations, ribbons and citations during the 13 months he fought as a Marine in Vietnam. But he doesn’t consider himself a hero, and he doesn’t like to see war glorified. He says, “If there is any glory in war, it rests with those who did not […]

SBAND presents gavel to Judge Brady ’99

Categories: Alumni, Public

On May 26, the president of the State Bar Association of North Dakota, South Central Judicial District Judge Doug Bahr, presented a gavel to East Central Judicial District Judge Reid Brady. SBAND traditionally presents a gavel to new judges at their formal investiture ceremony. While Judge Brady was elected to the bench in 2020, his […]

Nick Chase ’95 appointed East Central Judicial District Judge

Categories: Alumni, Public

Thursday, April 28, 2022 – 02:10 pm BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum has appointed Interim U.S. Attorney Nick Chase of Fargo to a judgeship in the East Central Judicial District. Chase has served in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of North Dakota since 2002. As an assistant U.S. attorney, he led the office’s […]

Levi Andrist ’10 Elected to Starion Bank Board of Directors

Categories: Alumni, Public

Starion Bank: Elects Taylor and Andrist to Board of Directors Starion Bank announces that Ryan Taylor and Levi Andrist have joined the Board of Directors. The board guides the overall strategic direction of the bank, including principal business focus and merger and acquisition activities. The board includes representatives of the communities served by the bank, […]

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

Categories: Faculty, Public

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 […]

North Dakota Democratic party has selected UND alum Timothy Lamb as their candidate for AG

Categories: Alumni, Public

The North Dakota Democratic party has selected attorney Timothy Lamb as their candidate for AG. Lamb, a graduate of the University of North Dakota School of Law, currently owns the Lamb Law Office in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Lamb will face the incumbent AG, Republican Drew Wrigley, in the November 8 General Election. Wrigley is a former Lieutenant […]