North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

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

Categories: Faculty, Uncategorized

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?     

UND professor of law, Margaret Moore Jackson to participate in High Plains Fair Housing Center panel discussion

Categories: Faculty, Public

UND professor of law, Margaret Moore Jackson will participate in a panel discussion this Thursday, April 22. The High Plains Fair Housing Center will present the film, Jim Crow of the North followed by a panel discussion with Professor Jackson and High Plains Fair Housing Center president, Courtney Souvannasacd Thursday at 6:30 p.m.  About this Event April is […]

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 […]

Nikola Datzov, UND Law assistant professor, to be panelist at NDUS’ virtual discussion on “Big Tech”

Categories: Faculty

BISMARCK — The North Dakota University System is slated to host a virtual panel discussion titled “The States vs. Big Tech” Thursday, April 15, from noon to 1 p.m. The panel will discuss attempts by state legislatures across the United States to curtail “Big Tech”, large technology firms such as Apple and Google. Moderating the […]

Jason Loos ’05, Appointed Lake Oswego City Attorney

Categories: Alumni

The Lake Oswego City Council has ended the search for a new city attorney. During the April 6 meeting, the council selected Jason Loos to replace former City Attorney David Powell. Powell retired at the end of 2020 and Loos is set to begin in his new position June 14. Evan Boone has served as […]

Kermit Edward Bye ’62, first UND Law graduate appointed as a United States Circuit Judge, dies at 84

Categories: Alumni, Public

Kermit Edward Bye, 84, passed away Saturday, March 20 surrounded by his loving wife, children, grandchildren and brother. Kermit was born Jan. 13, 1937 to Margaret Brekke Bye and Kermit Bertherand Bye. He was born in the railroad section house in Hatton as a blizzard made it impossible to get to a hospital. Kermit and […]

UND Law alumna, Lu Jiang, ’12, to be keynote speaker at upcoming Women for Philanthropy online event

Categories: Alumni, Public

UND Alumni Association & Foundation’s annual Women for Philanthropy event returns in an online format on April 20, 2021. UND female leaders from around the globe will gather on one screen to embrace philanthropy and share experiences that will leave you feeling motivated and inspired to change the world. Keynote speakers include Katie Itterman, ’03, Executive […]

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

Categories: Alumni, Public, Students

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 […]