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for March, 2007

Ní Aoláin & Gross Win Book Award

March 29, 2007

Professors Fionnuala Ní Aoláin & Oren Gross will be awarded the 2007 Certificate of Merit from the American Society of International Law for their book Law in Times of Crisis at the ASIL annual meeting March 29.

Judith T. Younger Reappoint. Lecture

March 27, 2007

The Law School and Univ. community are invited to Younger's reappointment lecture, "Across Curricular Boundaries: Searching for a Confluence between Marital Agreements & Indian Land Transactions," March 27.

Law School Adds Seven New Faculty

March 26, 2007

We are pleased to announce the appointment of 7 new faculty: S. Blumen- thal, T. Gallanis, M. Goodwin, D. Schwarcz, G. Shaffer, L. Stratton, and B. Welke, in addition to previously announced R. Painter.

Super CLE Week, March 12-17

March 12, 2007

Each spring the Law School offers a week filled with CLE opportunities. Expert speakers are brought in from around the country to teach a variety of topics. Watch this site for future announcements on the 2008 Super CLE Week course offerings.

U of M Law Student Elected to Regents

March 8, 2007

University of Minnesota law student Venora Hung (class of 2009) was elected as one of four new members to serve on the University’s Board of Regents. Board members serve for a six-year term.

ABA Advances Professor Stein’s Vision

March 6, 2007

The American Bar Association announces the formal consolidation of the Association’s international rule of law programs into a single entity, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative.

5th Annual Musical: Frankenlaw

March 2, 2007

This year’s musical tells the comical tale of a professor who tries to build the perfect law student. Shows are in the Pantages theatre, downtown Minneapolis, March 2nd and 3rd. Get your tickets while they’re available.

Snow Moot Point for Nat'l Competition

March 1, 2007

Snows that closed the rest of the University could not stop participation of all 40 teams from across the nation in the 22nd annual William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition. Results are now in.