North Dakota Law

Updates from the University of North Dakota School of Law.

Both UND Teams Advance to Semi-Finals at Regional IP Moot Court Competition. One is Heading to the National Competition in Washington, D.C.

Categories: Students

Two UND IP Moot Court teams recently competed in the Giles Rich IP Moot Court Southern Region Competition held in Houston, Texas on March 17-18. Haley Finch (3L) and Muriel Rott (3L) represented one of the teams and Sarah Belliston (2L), Casey Drege (2L), and Danielle Middleton (2L) comprised the other.  Both teams were coached […]

Frank Dooley ’81 named to national education board

Categories: Alumni, Public

Purdue Global chancellor named to national education board Deanna Watson Lafayette Journal & Courier WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Frank Dooley, the chancellor of Purdue Global and a leader instrumental in its creation, has been elected to the American Council of Education board of directors. Chancellor since May 2020, Dooley joins the board of the membership […]

Tasha Gahner ’09 has joined Fargo law firm O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Attorneys

Categories: Alumni

Experienced Family Law Attorney Joins O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Attorneys Tasha M. Gahner has joined Fargo law firm O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Attorneys. She is now part of the Family Law practice group, focusing on divorce, child custody, adoptions and many other issues related to family law. Gahner has been practicing in the Fargo-Moorhead area since 2010, […]

Off and Running: Indian Nations Gaming and Governance Program: Professor Kathryn Rand mentioned

Categories: Faculty

By Chad’s Dad February 23, 2023 The William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV unveiled the Indian Nations Gaming and Governance program (INGG) following a substantial gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in early 2020. Then just as the school was set to further boost its reputation as a leader in tribal law, gaming, […]

KX Conversation: University of North Dakota Law School

Categories: Faculty, Public

by: Morgan DeVries Posted: Feb 17, 2023 / 07:19 PM CST Updated: Feb 17, 2023 / 07:19 PM CST BISMARCK, N.D. (KXNET) — For our February 17th KX Conversation, Christina Randall spoke with Brian Pappas, the dean and a professor at UND School of Law. During the conversation, Pappas discussed how the law school connects with communities on […]

Professor Grijalva continues work with National Tribal Water Council

Categories: Faculty

The National Tribal Water Council is a technical and scientific body created to provide input to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and advocate for and assist tribes on water-related issues. Professor Grijalva has been a Technical Advisor to the Council for several years, and this year he assisted on three major projects. This fall, he […]

Thank You Legal Affair Donors

Categories: Public, Students

Thank you for your generous contributions to the 2023 Legal Affair. We could not have succeeded without you. Businesses Galstad Jensen & McCann RH Standard Harry’s Steak House TNT Outfitters Knick Knack PaddyWhacks Blue Moose The Spud Jr. Red River Cinema Texas Roadhouse UND Rydell Sublime Bloom The Olive Barrel Grand Cities Games Hub Pub […]

Liability vs. Full Coverage: Professor Paul Traynor shares expert opinion

Categories: Faculty

Learn more about the differences between liability and full coverage car insurance WalletHub Candace Baker, Car Insurance WriterMar 1, 2023 What’s the Difference Between Liability and Full Coverage? The difference between liability and full coverage is that liability will cover damage to other vehicles or injuries to other people from accidents you cause, while full coverage […]

Professor Kathryn Rand interviewed on Bloomberg Business and iHeart Radio’s “Crash Course” podcast

Categories: Faculty

Kathryn Rand, Floyd B. Sperry Professor of Law and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy was recently interviewed by Bloomberg Opinion senior executive editor, Tim O’Brien on his iHeart Radio podcast, Crash Course. Part 3: Tribal Casinos vs. Digital Sports Gambling Description Native Americans now run about half […]