North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

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

Categories: Public, Students

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 […]

Justice Gerald W. VandeWalle ’58, speaks with “The Bar Examiner” about his experience taking the bar exam in 1958

Categories: Alumni

The Bar Examiner:  Seven Questions — A Conversation with Justice Gerald W. VandeWalle of North Dakota In this issue’s “Seven Questions” column, we bring you an interview with Justice Gerald W. VandeWalle of the North Dakota Supreme Court. Justice VandeWalle has served on the Supreme Court since 1978. He was elected Chief Justice in January 1993 and […]

Professor Kathryn Rand will be a visiting faculty member at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law for the spring 2022 semester

Categories: Faculty

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Boyd School of Law Announces Two Visiting Faculty Members for the Spring 2022 Semester The UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law is delighted to welcome two leading experts on tribal gaming law as part of the newly created Indian Nations Gaming and Governance Program. Professor Kathryn Rand and […]

Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable

Categories: Faculty

UND Assistant Professor of Law, Nikola Datzov, recently presented his research project regarding the role of patent eligibility in artificial intelligence innovation at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce IP Academic Roundtable. Read the full story here LinkedIn Story

Professor Kathryn Rand moderates panel discussion on Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts

Categories: Faculty

On Monday, October 18,  the Indian Nations Gaming & Governance Program at William S. Boyd School of Law, in proud partnership with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, hosted session two of a live webinar series on The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. This session explored Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts. It also explored […]

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

Categories: Alumni, Students

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 […]

Paul Traynor, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, presented at the 2021 Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

UND Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Paul Traynor, participated in a panel discussion at the 2021 Eight Circuit  Judicial Conference on October 28 in Colorado Springs, CO. The discussion, titled Civil Matters, centered around insurance coverage for businesses as a result of COVID-19 closures and disruptions. 2021 Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference 

Professor Steven Morrison awarded the President’s Commendation from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Categories: Faculty

Steven R. Morrison, Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota School of Law, was recently awarded the President’s Commendation from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for his years of service on the Board of Directors. He previously received the award in July 2015 for his distinguished service and contributions to the […]

Teresa “Terry” Rasmussen ’84 elected secretary of the Walker Art Center Board of Trustees in Minneapolis.

Categories: Alumni

The Walker Art Center elected Seena Hodges President of its Board of Trustees at their annual meeting on September 13, 2021. Hodges is the first person of color to hold the position. The Walker also elected a new slate of officers, including Vice Presidents Karen Heithoff and D. Ellen Wilson, Treasurer Sarah Lynn Oquist, and […]

UND Law alum, Ashley Halvorson ’16, opening children’s clothing boutique in Fargo’s West Acres mall

Categories: Alumni, Public

Vella Kids Boutique and Hairology are opening storefronts in Fargo’s West Acres mall Vella Kids is expected to open its storefront Sept. 25*, while the opening date for Hairology has not yet been made public. *UPDATE:  The opening of Vella Kids Boutique has been postponed until further notice due to a COVID-19 exposure.  Written By: Helmut […]