North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

Blake A. Klinkner receives Professor of the Year Award from the Washburn University School of Law Class of 2023

Categories: Faculty

On May 13, 2023, Professor Blake A. Klinkner was honored with the 2022/2023 Professor of the Year Award by the graduating class at Washburn University School of Law. Prior to joining the UND Law faculty in July 2022, Professor Klinkner served for 3 years as Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Washburn University School of […]

Professor Blake A. Klinkner recently presented at the Legal Assistants of Wyoming Annual Conference

Categories: Faculty

Professor Blake A. Klinkner was recently invited to present at the Legal Assistants of Wyoming Annual Conference on the topic of eDiscovery. In his presentation, “The Changing Landscape of eDiscovery,” Professor Klinkner discussed the evolution of eDiscovery and provided recommendations for managing eDiscovery.

UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors Kathryn Rand and Steven Light recently appeared as guests on “Main Street” radio program

Categories: Faculty

Distinguished UND Professors Rand and Light ~ Dan Bielinski, director of “Sanctified” ~ Poetry Profile: Emily Dickinson Published May 10, 2023 at 4:26 PM CDT Listen PATRICK MILLER Steven Light and Kathryn Rand named 2023 Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors Wednesday, May 10, 2023 – Kathryn Rand and Steven Light have been named 2023 Chester Fritz Distinguished […]

Professor Blake A. Klinkner recently presented twice at the American Bar Association Western States Conference

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In his first presentation, “Social Media, Jury Trials, and the Right to a Fair Trial,” Professor Klinkner discussed the many ways in which jury access to social media threatens the right to a fair trial and, accordingly, the rule of law. lIn his second presentation, “So, You Want to Be a Law Professor? Advice for […]

Priscila Ulloa ’22 joins SW&L Attorneys

Categories: Alumni

Priscila is an associate attorney on SW&L’s Family Law Team. She is dedicated to helping clients primarily with domestic matters such as; custody, visitation, divorce and contempt. Priscila is fluent in Spanish and has experience assisting individuals who speak little to no English. Priscila earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Social Science at […]

ChatGPT, Professor of Law by Professor Tammy R. P. Oltz

Categories: Faculty

Tammy Pettinato Oltz University of North Dakota School of Law Date Written: February 4, 2023 Abstract Although ChatGPT was just released by OpenAI in November 2022, legal scholars have already been delving into the implications of the new tool for legal education and the legal profession. Several scholars have recently written fascinating pieces examining ChatGPT’s […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently presented on the Implications of Global Energy Transition and Energy Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa

Categories: Faculty

The virtual seminar was hosted by the Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan, Nigeria on Thursday 6th April 2023 The idea of an ‘energy industry in transition’ is not necessarily a new phenomenon. When considering the formation of energy policy in this regard, it is essential to understand the relevant social, […]

A Review of Energy & Natural Resources Law Issues at the 2023 UND Energy Law Symposium

Categories: Faculty, Public

The 2023 University of North Dakota (UND) Law Review’s symposium was held on Thursday, March 23, 2023, in Bismarck, North Dakota. The presentations at the symposium examined the role of law and regulation governing the development of carbon, capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), including carbon dioxide (CO2) transportation infrastructure; a review of oil and gas […]

Logan Meyer ’22 joins Gjesdahl Law, P.C.

Categories: Alumni

Gjesdahl Law, P.C., a family law firm, has hired Logan Meyer as an associate attorney. Logan grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota, and attended both North Dakota State College of Science and the University of North Dakota. He graduated with honors in May 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology. He then attended […]

UND students shine at national intellectual property moot court competition

Categories: Students

The UND School of Law Intellectual Property Moot Court team impressed at the National Round of the Giles S. Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. After an exceptional showing at the Regional Competition in Houston, Texas the team consisting of 2L students Sarah Belliston, Casey Drege, and Danielle Middleton made another strong showing […]