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Professor Ariana D. Meyers and Alumnus Gabrielle C. Wolf recently published their article, Policing Morality: The Inconsistent Application of the Moral Fitness and Fitness Factor, in the Children’s Legal Rights Journal

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

The Children’s Legal Rights Journal is a national journal sponsored by Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, in cooperation with the National Association of Counsel for Children. The article depicts the importance of reforming the best interest of the child factors through the elimination or replacement of the moral fitness and fitness factors. This […]

Professor Ariana D. Meyers recently presented at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) conference in Boca Raton, Florida

Categories: Alumni, Faculty

Professor Meyers presented her forthcoming paper, the enhancement of family law pedagogy in the classroom using visualization to explain the traditional doctrinal concept of equitable division during the Family Law Pedagogy Discussion Group. The group, invited both doctrinal and clinical professors to discuss the tools and strategies they use in their family law (and related) […]

MN Lawyer story featuring alumna, Jana Aune Deach

Categories: Alumni

Breaking the Ice: Family law attorney works to ‘minimize conflict, consequences’ Name: Jana Aune Deach Title: Attorney, Moss & Barnett Education: B.A., history, University of North Dakota; J.D., University of North Dakota School of Law   Moss & Barnett attorney Jana Aune Deach jokes that she’s “probably one of five people who went to law school with the […]