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Professor Kathryn Rand was a recent guest on an episode of the podcast Native American Calling

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Tribes on offense over sports betting July 26, 2023 Listen The Seminole Tribe is poised to have exclusive control of mobile sports betting in Florida just as the NFL season gets started. Their potential windfall is part of a $5 billion compact with the state that — for now — is holding up against court […]

UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors Kathryn Rand and Steven Light recently appeared as guests on “Main Street” radio program

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Distinguished UND Professors Rand and Light ~ Dan Bielinski, director of “Sanctified” ~ Poetry Profile: Emily Dickinson Published May 10, 2023 at 4:26 PM CDT Listen PATRICK MILLER Steven Light and Kathryn Rand named 2023 Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors Wednesday, May 10, 2023 – Kathryn Rand and Steven Light have been named 2023 Chester Fritz Distinguished […]

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

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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, […]

Professor Kathryn Rand is quoted

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How a SC Native American tribe came to operate an out-of-state casino The Post and Courier By Jessica Holdman Sept 11, 2022 KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. — On a recent weekday at year-old Two Kings Casino, a steady afternoon crowd shuffled inside a series of temporary red modular buildings to try their luck at some of […]

Professor Kathryn Rand quoted

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NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES BRING FRESH ENERGY AND TIME-TESTED TRADITIONS TO LAS VEGAS HOSPITALITY Las Vegas Weekly Amber Sampson Thu, Jun 23, 2022 (2 a.m.) Las Vegas’ Palms Casino Resort has always had a great story. The property just west of the Strip thrived under the original reign of the Maloof family, turning heads with its […]

Professor Kathryn Rand to continue role as Senior Distinguished Fellow for UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation

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UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation appoints four Fellows on different areas The ICGR’s Fellowship program encourages the development of research, educational programs and content, and thought-leadership opportunities. In addition, Fellows serve in an advisory role, providing expertise regarding the development of the center and services provided to clients. “We are thrilled to have these industry professionals […]

Professor Kathryn Rand, co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at UND is quoted in an article about the Koi Nation’s casino project in California

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PHIL BARBER THE PRESS DEMOCRAT September 18, 2021 In the span of about eight months in late 2002 and early 2003, two Indigenous tribes announced plans to build casinos in Sonoma County. The first was the Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians, who identified a parcel of land they owned on the southeast edge of town […]

Fox 13 Tampa Bay quotes UND Professor of Law, Kathryn R.L. Rand, expert on tribal gaming law

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Fox 13 Tampa Bay – May 19, 2021:  Lawmakers question federal approval of gambling deal, Evan Axelbank reports Related Stories; Tampa Bay Times article – May 18, 2021: Who’s regulating Florida’s new gambling landscape? Tampa Bay Times article – May 17, 2021: Florida races toward mobile sports betting, but where are data privacy safeguards?     

Professor Kathryn R.L. Rand featured as a “go-to voice” on tribal gaming policy and law

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The biggest casino in the United States — in fact, the biggest casino in the world — is the WinStar World Casino in Oklahoma, a tribal casino owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation. America’s second largest casino is the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Massachusetts. It’s also tribally owned, in this case by the Mashantucket […]