North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

Congratulations, UND School of Law Trial Team!

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By: Professor Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich This past weekend, UND School of Law Trial Team competed at the National Trial Competition for Region 9, which included 24 teams from around the region. The National Trial Competition is co-sponsored by the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers. The competition was established in […]

Law Students Tour the Pembina POE

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By: Professor Kit Johnson (Original post on ImmigrationProf Blog) Yesterday, I took a group of students from my Immigration Law course to the Canadian border for a tour of the Pembina port of entry, the busiest POE on a stretch including all of Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, and Idaho. On a particularly busy day, the […]

New Board Elected for North Dakota Law Review

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Congratulations to the newly selected North Dakota Law Review Board of Editors for the 2017-18 school year. Editor in Chief: Santana Royer Managing Editor: Allyssa Wall Student Articles Editor: Trevor Cantrell Outside Articles Editor: Megan Gordon Technical Editor: Laura Goforth Research Editor: Michael Kustra Symposium Editor: Jeff Sprout

Professor Eric E. Johnson publishes Torts Casebook

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Associate Professor of Law, Eric E. Johnson, recently published a legal education casebook titled Torts: Cases and Contexts Volume 2 . This book comes at the heels of Johnson’s Torts: Cases and Contexts Volume 1 . The casebook is described as plain-spoken and convivial. Rather than to provide a mere compilation of readings and questions, […]

Alleva’s Article Recognized as One of the Best Legal Education Articles for 2016

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Our very own Patti Alleva, Rodney & Betty Webb Professor of Law, made the TaxProf Blog list of best legal education articles for 2016 with Learning Intentionally and the Metacognitive Task, an article she co-authored with law professor Jennifer A. Gundlach of Hofstra University. It appeared in the Journal of Legal Education, a publication of […]

North Dakota Law Review Seeking Submissions

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On behalf of the Board of Editors of the North Dakota Law Review, I would like to extend an invitation for submissions of any written work you may have for an upcoming edition of our publication. The North Dakota Law Review serves as the journal of the State Bar Association of North Dakota and is […]

Video: UND Law’s Mock Trial Team Featured

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University of North Dakota’s Mock Trial team has only been on campus for three years, but they consistently are competitive on the national stage. First year law students at UND have the opportunity to tryout out for this team, in hope of learning new skills and practicing what they’ve learned.

Jennifer Cook, ’10, Quoted in The Guardian

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Jennifer (Reimer) Cook, UND School of Law Class of 2010 and Policy Director for the American Civil Liberties Union of North Dakota, was quoted in an article from The Guardian last week. In the article, Cook commented on the use of water cannons by law enforcement officers on unarmed activists protesting against the Dakota Access […]

North Dakota Supreme Court Names 2017-2018 Law Clerks

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The North Dakota Supreme Court recently announced its selection of law clerks for the 2017-2018 term. The Supreme Court selected four students from the University of North Dakota School of Law to serve as law clerks for the upcoming term. These students are Sarah Aaberg, Connor Melvie, SheraLynn Ternes, and Morgan Wagner. The soon-to-be law […]

UND Law Students Publish Articles in The Gavel Magazine

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Sarah Aaberg and Ashley Hinds, third-year law students at the University of North Dakota School of Law, have each published an article in the Fall issue of The Gavel, the official publication of the State Bar Association of North Dakota. The theme for the Fall issue centered around the upcoming legislative session. Aaberg’s article (page […]