Theresa Stadheim ('10) recently learned that she won first-place honors in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law's Annual Student Writing Competition for 2009-10.
An article by David A. Couillard (’10) received a thorough and enthusiastic review by James Urquhart in his Jan. 17, 2010, CNET News blog, The Wisdom of Clouds. Couillard's article, "Defogging the Cloud: Applying Fourth Amendment Principles to Evolving Privacy Expectations in Cloud Computing," was published in the Note section of the June 2009 edition of the Minnesota Law Review.
An article by Lauren B. Beach (’10), entitled "Comparative Effectiveness and Personalized Medicine Frame the U.S. Health Care Debate," was recently published in a magazine of the Food and Drug Law Institute.
On Feb. 4-7, 2010, in Orlando, Fla., Danielle Bailey (’11) and Emily Van Vliet (’10) competed in the ABA National Negotiation Competition and also accepted their trophy for placing first at the November ABA Regional Negotiation Competition. Student coaches Bobby Mir (’12) and Ben Tozer (’12) and faculty adviser Mary Alton accompanied the team.
The Law School's Civil Rights Moot Court team—3Ls Dana Boraas, Anthea Dexter-Cooper, Ann Entwistle, and Sara Seeger—advanced to the semi-finals, and the respondent team, Dana Boraas and Ann Entwistle, received the Best Brief Award in the National Religious Freedom Moot Court competition February 5-6, 2010.
A four-part series entitled "Sweat the Small Stuff" by Nicholas J. Dudley (’10) is appearing in the Nanotort Law Blog.
If you can spare a Sunday afternoon, the Minnesota Justice Foundation student chapter and the Law School's bowling league, Legal Bowling, are sponsoring an event to address those wishes: the Second Annual Bowl for Justice.
8th annual Race for Justice, to benefit law school graduates through the Loan Repayment Assistance Program of Minnesota. Sunday, April 25th.