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Professor Michael McGinniss selected for National Federalist Society Executive Committee

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Michael McGinniss, Professor of Law, J. Philip Johnson Faculty Fellow, and former Dean, has been selected to serve on the Executive Committee for the national Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies Practice Group on Professional Responsibility and Legal Education. The Committee meets each month to address and discuss issues relevant to the practice […]

Grand Forks Herald: Legal experts discuss changes in federal, state laws – Professor Nick Datzov is quoted

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Business owners are advised to consult with their attorneys on new regulations. Grand Forks Herald By Carrie McDermott January 10, 2024 at 7:00 AM Attorney Justin DiBona, a partner at Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP in Rapid City, South Dakota, has been busy consulting with his clients about a new federal law that became effective […]

What is Full Coverage Car Insurance? Professor Paul Traynor shares expert opinion

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Full Coverage Car Insurance Guide WalletHub Ask the Experts To gain more insight about full coverage car insurance, WalletHub posed the following questions to a panel of experts. Click on the experts below to view their bios and answers. 1. When should drivers consider getting full coverage car insurance? 2. When should drivers consider dropping […]

Winter Commencement 2023

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The University of North Dakota held its winter commencement ceremony for professional and graduate degrees on Thursday, December 14, 2023 at the Chester Fritz Auditorium on the UND campus. Fourteen law students completed the required coursework to earn the Juris Doctor degree, two of which completed the joint J.D./M.B.A. degree. Five graduates participated in the […]

School of Law hires new tenure-track faculty

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Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor will begin their new assignments in August 2024 UND School of Law is pleased to announce the hiring of three new tenure-track faculty as Assistant Professors of Law – Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor. Professor Kimberly Dasse Professor Kimberly Ann Dasse joined the faculty at UND […]

UND Social Work and partners secure $2.5M to improve state’s American Indian/Alaska Native Child Welfare Outcomes

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For this round of funding, the UND School of Law also brings faculty with national expertise in ICWA to the team. BY NATIVE NEWS ONLINE STAFF OCTOBER 13, 2023 The University of North Dakota Department of Social Work at the College of Nursing and Professional Development and its partners have received a second five-year $2.5 million federal award from the Administration for […]

Men accused of killing teen in Fargo robbery face rare felony murder charge – Professor Steven Morrison is quoted

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The charge filed against Fabian Scott and Marcus McCuin has been used by North Dakota prosecutors four other times in the last 20 years. What does it mean for the case? FARGO — When prosecutors accused Fabian Edwin Scott and Marcus Pierre McCuin of planning a robbery that led to a 16-year-old’s death in Fargo, the attorneys […]

Jesse Lange ’04 joins SW&L Attorneys in Fargo

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Jesse Lange joins SW&L Criminal Defense Team Jesse graduated from University of North Dakota School of Law in 2004 and has been practicing law in Fargo ever since. Over the past eighteen years, Jesse has represented people from all walks of life as they faced a variety of serious criminal charges in the courts of […]

Read Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices

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In Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices, he discusses how artificial intelligence will change the ways in which attorneys engage in discovery, project due diligence, document management, and process automation. Read the article

Professor Oyewunmi was a recent panelist for an Institute for Energy Law webinar

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Managing the Turmoil in European Energy Markets Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently participated in a webinar that explored the current energy market crisis in Europe. European energy markets have seen record futures prices of €1,000/ MWh only this August (a price more than ten times higher than contemporaneous forecasts in the US.) The unrivaled EU energy […]