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for 2005

Tour the Law School Beijing Campus!

November 17, 2005

Join Law School Alumni on a spectacular alumni tour of China and the Law School's Beijing campus in March 2006.

2005 Minnesota Law Review
Lindquist & Vennum Symposium

September 23, 2005

"The Future of the Supreme Court: Institutional Reform and Beyond" held October 21st.
Archived webcasts available for viewing.

State Tax Incentives for Economic Development Conference

September 21, 2005

Homecoming CLE Seminar: Privacy in America, Four Years after September 11

September 20, 2005

In Order to Form a More Perfect Union: Constitution Day 2005 Event. Archive Now Available

September 12, 2005

Law School aids staff member with liver cancer

July 27, 2005

(Source: Minnesota Daily)

Institute on Race & Poverty announces audio files and papers from conference on Race & Regionalism now available

June 24, 2005

26th Annual Summer CLE Program - May 31 - June 10, 2005

May 19, 2005

Tovah Flygare is awarded an Outstanding Clinical Student Award

May 17, 2005

Tovah Flygare, Class of 2006, has just been given an Outstanding Clinical Student Award from the Clinical Legal Education Association. The award was given for Tovah’s work in helping to create the Worker’s Rights Clinic. The award is for excellence in clinical fieldwork based on ethical and high quality representation provided to clients in the community and for exemplary thoughtfulness in exploring lawyering issues and skills in an accompanying clinical seminar. (Source: University of Minnesota Law School)

Commencement 2005

April 12, 2005

Law School presents 1-day conference May 5 -- With All Deliberate Speed: Brown II and Desegregation’s Children

April 4, 2005

3rd Annual Race for Justice 5K Fun Run & Walk - Info and Registration now online!

February 8, 2005

The University of Minnesota Law School's 3rd Annual Race for Justice 5K Fun Run & Walk will be held on Sunday, April 17, 2005 at the Nicollet Island Pavilion in Minneapolis. All proceeds benefit U of MN students and graduates pursuing careers in public interest law.

View highlights video of first two TORT Law School musicals

February 7, 2005