UND Law alumna Cassie Marka ’13 featured in Vanguard Law Magazine VANGUARD Law Magazine | Written by: Neil Cote So, what’s in a name? A lot when it’s the identity of the almost 10-year-old daughter of Cassie Marka and her husband, Bill. A willow is strong enough to bend, and that’s the name of their little girl. Willow […]
UND experts on Indian gaming law and policy surprised with UND’s highest academic honor UND Today | Janelle Vonasek UND President Andrew Armacost (left) surprises Steven Light (center) and Kathryn Rand with UND’s highest academic honor last Friday in front of their respective deans and colleagues. The pair widely known as the nation’s experts in American […]
Expert panelists visit UND to discuss repatriation and federal law UND Today | Adam Kurtz On Tuesday, April 11, dozens of UND students, faculty and staff members packed a third-floor lecture bowl in the School of Law to gain a better understanding of repatriation, a process deeply affecting UND. It’s been more than a year […]
In Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices, he discusses how artificial intelligence will change the ways in which attorneys engage in discovery, project due diligence, document management, and process automation. Read the article
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE Tribal Self-Governance in Action: A New Era of Healthcare for the Winnebago Tribe The Northern Plains Indian Law Center is proud to host the Annual Distinguished Indian Law Speaker on Thursday, April 20 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at UND School of Law in room 203. Smith […]
Professor Margaret Moore Jackson recently presented at the 2023 Poverty Law Conference at the University of California-Berkeley
The Annual two-day conference featured panel discussions and speakers by poverty law academics, advocates, and practitioners from around the country. Professor Jackson presented her ongoing research on furthering fair housing. Her presentation titled, Improving Walkability and Reducing Segregation was part of a breakout session on Housing topics.
Minnesota State Law Library hosts Mayflower Compact exhibit By: Dan Emerson Considering its historic importance, the Mayflower Compact could be considered one of the most overlooked documents in American history. Signed on Nov. 11, 1620, by the male passengers of the Mayflower ship, the Mayflower Compact set a governing framework for the colonists. “Join In! The […]
Professor Lewerenz quoted as an expert: The Supreme Court and the Indian Child Welfare Act: What’s at Stake in Brackeen Case
Brackeen v. Haaland could change the future of Indigenous rights. teenVogue BY SOPHIE HAYSSEN MARCH 8, 2023 At age nine, tragedy struck Autumn Adams’ life. Her father passed away and her mother was deemed unfit to care for her, leaving Adams with an uncertain future. Adams, who is a member of the Yakama Nation, a federally recognized […]
Holland & Hart announced that experienced corporate finance attorney George Singer hasjoined the firm as a partner in its Denver office, strengthening the firm’s capabilities indebt and equity financing and credit restructuring and workouts. George works closely with lenders, borrowers, and administrative agents, as well as privateequity firms and their portfolio companies, on complex debt […]
Both UND Teams Advance to Semi-Finals at Regional IP Moot Court Competition. One is Heading to the National Competition in Washington, D.C.
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 […]