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UND professor of law, Margaret Moore Jackson to participate in High Plains Fair Housing Center panel discussion

Categories: Faculty, Public

UND professor of law, Margaret Moore Jackson will participate in a panel discussion this Thursday, April 22. The High Plains Fair Housing Center will present the film, Jim Crow of the North followed by a panel discussion with Professor Jackson and High Plains Fair Housing Center president, Courtney Souvannasacd Thursday at 6:30 p.m.  About this Event April is […]

New North Dakota Law Review, Volume 96, Number 1 (2021) now available online

Categories: Alumni, Public, Students

The new issue of the North Dakota Law Review, Volume 96, Number 1 (2021) is now available to view online. ARTICLES INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE: Using Drones to Reduce the Risk of Litigation in the Construction, Energy, and Agriculture Industries – Emily A. Donaher It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, Weather Modification Regulation is Snoring: A Proposal […]

Professor Christensen publishes article in Michigan Journal of Race and Law

Categories: Faculty

Professor Grant Christensen recently published an article titled Predicting Supreme Court Behavior in Indian Law Cases in the Michigan Journal of Race and Law.  This piece builds upon Matthew Fletcher’s call for additional empirical work in Indian law by creating a new dataset of Indian law opinions. The piece takes every Indian law case decided by […]

Professor Grijalva publishes article in Harvard Environmental Law Review

Categories: Faculty

Professor James M. Grijalva recently published an article titled Ending the Interminable Gap in Indian Country Water Quality Protection in the Harvard Environmental Law Review. The article examines the 30-year history of the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) water quality programs in Indian country and identifies a continuing gap in the protection of waters. […]

Oltz named Chair-Elect of the North Dakota Academic and Special Libraries Section

Categories: Faculty

Tammy Pettinato Oltz, Director of the Law Library and Assistant Professor, has been elected to serve as Chair-Elect of the Academic and Special Libraries Section of the North Dakota Library Association. According to the NDLA web-site, the A&SL Section provides “a forum for participants to discuss and exchange ideas related to academic and special libraries, […]