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UND celebrates Helen Hamilton Day

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NEWS PROVIDED BY State of North Dakota Courts April 20, 2022, 16:55 GMT SHARE THIS ARTICLE On April 8, the Law Women’s Caucus welcomed judges, attorneys and others to the UND School of Law for the annual Helen Hamilton Day conference. Pictured are the LWC outgoing and incoming executive boards. The theme of the event […]

Brooke Bergeron ’23, receives Brink Lawyers UND School of Law Scholarship

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Bergeron named spring law scholarship winner Brink Lawyers PA recently announced that Brooke Bergeron of Crookston is the winner of the Spring 2022 Brink Lawyers University of North Dakota Law Scholarship. Bergeron is a second-year law student at the UND School of Law and currently serves as President of the Rural Practice Association, Treasurer of […]

North Dakota Law Review Issue 96:3 now available online

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The latest issue of the North Dakota Law Review (96:3) is now available online. The issue features transcripts from select speakers at the 2021 North Dakota Law Review Energy Law Symposium. Also included are articles, case comments, and notes from student authors Alex Wegner, Krista Christopherson, Noelle Berkelman, and Samantha Schmidt. Read the issue here: […]

GF Herald: UND School of Law receives Tribal Justice Institute grant

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Grand Forks Herald: UND School of Law receives Tribal Justice Institute grant  Written By: Adam Kurtz | 3:03 pm, Nov. 10, 2021 The funding award was announced by the office of Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., on Wednesday, Nov. 10. The funds will be used by the Tribal Justice Institute at the law school, to “provide technical assistance and […]

JournalTrib.com: Lystad the latest DC alum to edit UND Law Review

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By JournalTrib.com Staff | on October 26, 2021 By Brad Nygaard FacebookTwitterEmailMessengerCopy LinkSMSShare It’s an honor, it’s also a lot of work, and for three Divide County graduates, something they all have in common, despite graduating in different years. Being named editor in chief of the Law Review at the University of North Dakota (UND). That distinction goes to […]

UND School of Law ranked sixth in Scholarships Hall’s ’10 Most Affordable Law Schools in the U.S.’

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August 30, 2021 Cheap tuition 10 Most Affordable Law Schools in the United States Posted by admin Finding the most affordable law schools in the United States can be tough, especially when a student understands that the United States has 237 law schools to choose from. Individuals who do not have the financial means to pay a […]

UND School of Law mentioned in ABA Journal

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Despite the COVID-19 crisis, some law school’s see increases in jobs for new graduates When the pandemic started, law schools feared 2020 would be a year like 2009—which was during the Great Recession and saw significantly fewer job opportunities for new graduates, along with many attorney layoffs. But those fears don’t seem to have come […]

New North Dakota Law Review, Volume 96, Number 1 (2021) now available online

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The new issue of the North Dakota Law Review, Volume 96, Number 1 (2021) is now available to view online. ARTICLES INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE: Using Drones to Reduce the Risk of Litigation in the Construction, Energy, and Agriculture Industries – Emily A. Donaher It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, Weather Modification Regulation is Snoring: A Proposal […]

UND Law to host 29th annual National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court competition

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The National Native American Law Student Association announced in June they have awarded the 29th Annual National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition to the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) at the University of North Dakota School of Law.  The national competition will bring teams from across the United States to the […]