Law School News
for June, 2006
June 30, 2006
June 30 marks the end of the Minnesota Law School's Summer Study Abroad Program in Beijing, China. Twenty-two J.D. students from the U. of Minnesota and other law schools participated in this 5-week program.
June 26, 2006
Robert Berlin won first place in the fourth annual TIPS Law Student Writing Contest with his paper titled, "Epidemiology as More Than Statistics: A Revised Tool for Products Liability."
June 23, 2006
Professor Carol Chomsky and staff member Debbie Nelson received the 2006 President's Award for Outstanding Service, along with ten other individuals selected from the entire U of M community to receive this award.
June 23, 2006
The Civil Rights Moot Court is sponsoring a seminar and panel discussion entitled, Race and Litigation, Anatomy of the Race Card: First in a Series - The Impact of Race, Friday, June 23. CLE credits will be available.
June 12, 2006
David Leishman, class of 2006, will be presented with a Burton Award on June 12 for his law review article, "Adding Insult to Injury: ERISA, Knudson, and the Error of the Possession Theory."
June 9, 2006
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June 7, 2006
Minnesota Women Lawyers, Inc. will present the award to Jennifer C. Johnson (class of 2006) for her paper, “Race-Based Housing Importunities: The Disparate Impact of Realistic Group Conflict.” on June 7.