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School of Law hires new tenure-track faculty

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Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor will begin their new assignments in August 2024 UND School of Law is pleased to announce the hiring of three new tenure-track faculty as Assistant Professors of Law – Kimberly Dasse, Ariana Meyers, and Paul Traynor. Professor Kimberly Dasse Professor Kimberly Ann Dasse joined the faculty at UND […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi published in the “Palgrave Handbook of Natural Gas and Global Energy Transitions”

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Regulating Gas Flaring Emissions from Upstream Operations on US Federal Lands and in Nigeria by Tade Oyewunmi Abstract This chapter examines the framework for regulating gas production operations, flaring, and fugitive emissions on US Federal Government lands (on the one hand) and in Nigeria (on the other hand). Natural gas plays a key role in […]

Professor John Cook publishes article in Harvard National Security Journal

Categories: Faculty

The Harvard National Security Journal recently published the article Is Esquire a Higher Clearance Than Top Secret?: A Comparison of the Bar Admission and National Security Clearance Processes by John Cook, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law (August 2020-May 2022). The article is available online at John Cook is a visiting assistant professor of law. […]

Professor Kathryn Rand moderates panel discussion on Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts

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On Monday, October 18,  the Indian Nations Gaming & Governance Program at William S. Boyd School of Law, in proud partnership with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, hosted session two of a live webinar series on The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. This session explored Innovative Approaches to Mobile Sports Betting in Tribal-State Compacts. It also explored […]

Paul Traynor, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, presented at the 2021 Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

UND Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Paul Traynor, participated in a panel discussion at the 2021 Eight Circuit  Judicial Conference on October 28 in Colorado Springs, CO. The discussion, titled Civil Matters, centered around insurance coverage for businesses as a result of COVID-19 closures and disruptions. 2021 Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference 

Faculty Hiring Announcement

Categories: Faculty, Public

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF LAW invites applications for one or more tenure-track positions beginning fall 2022.  Areas of interest include Federal Indian Law, Lawyering Skills, Civil Procedure,  Business Associations, Energy, and Oil & Gas. We seek colleagues dedicated to fostering well-rounded and public-minded legal professionals with skills to serve as effective, self-reflective, […]

UND law professor Paul Traynor ’88, on vaccine mandates: ‘You do not have the right to endanger other people by refusing to be vaccinated’

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

UND Law Professor Paul Traynor said the U.S. Supreme Court has made it clear; “You don’t have the right to put the rest of the population in danger.” Written By: Matt Henson | 10:39 pm, Jul. 22, 2021 FARGO — Sanford Health is the first in the region to put a COVID-19 vaccine mandate into place. Employees have until […]

UND Law Professor William Bales Fisch dies at 85

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William Bales Fisch, UND Professor of Law from 1965-1970, passed away on July 7 after a prolonged struggle with heart disease.  Obituary Columbia – Professor William Bales Fisch passed away on July 7 after a prolonged struggle with heart disease. Bill was the patriarch of a large and loving family he built and sustained with […]