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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 […]

Professors Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich and Jennifer Cook presented at the 2022 Western Regional Legal Writing Conference

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The University of Oregon School of Law hosted the two-day conference where law faculty and scholars from across the nation gathered to share innovative legal writing teaching strategies and scholarship. Their presentation, Legal Research and Writing: Ethics and Privacy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, is the subject of their law review article in progress and provided conference […]

Fox 13 Tampa Bay quotes UND Professor of Law, Kathryn R.L. Rand, expert on tribal gaming law

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Fox 13 Tampa Bay – May 19, 2021:  Lawmakers question federal approval of gambling deal, Evan Axelbank reports Related Stories; Tampa Bay Times article – May 18, 2021: Who’s regulating Florida’s new gambling landscape? Tampa Bay Times article – May 17, 2021: Florida races toward mobile sports betting, but where are data privacy safeguards?     

Trista Johnson ’07, and husband, Adam, open in-home senior living facility

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A Place At Home, which offers in-home senior care to help seniors age with dignity and respect, announced the opening of our third location in Texas.  THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Place At Home, which offers in-home senior care and other services designed to help seniors age with dignity and […]

Hamilton and Winbauer win fall moot court competition

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The fall internal moot court competition was held on October 30, 2019 in the Baker Courtroom on at the UND School of Law. Second-year students Tatiana Hamilton and Katie Winbauer defeated second-year students Martha Amdahl and Logan Caldwell in an extremely close competition to claim the championship. Other award winners include: Intra-school Champion Team: ​Katie Winbauer […]