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for 2005

Professor Oren Gross on BBC Radio

November 27, 2005

On Sunday, Nov. 27, Gross was a guest on the show Sunday Sequence hosted by BBC Radio to talk about the recent political events in Israel and the departure of PM Sharon from the Likud party. (Source: Sunday Sequence by BBC Radio)

Professor Myron Orfield quoted in NY Times article entitled: Katrina Bares Racial Gulf; Experts See Little Change

September 7, 2005

(Source: The New York Times)

Op-ed by Provost E. Thomas Sullivan entitled: Judical activism, from left or right, undercuts rule of law

September 7, 2005

(Source: Baltimore Sun)

Professor Beverly Balos, on behalf of the Civil Practice Clinic, represented the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women as an amicus before the Minnesota Supreme Court

August 17, 2005

(Source: University of Minnesota Law School)

Prentiss Cox featured on Minnesota Public Radio about foreclosure equity stripping

August 17, 2005

(Source: University of Minnesota Law School)

Professor Myron Orfield quoted in a story about States trying to deal with rising property taxes

June 13, 2005

(Source: The Christian Science Monitor)

IRP Director Myron Orfield Named 2005-2006 Fesler-Lampert Chair In Urban and Regional Affairs

June 2, 2005

(Source: University of Minnesota Law School, Institute on Race and Poverty)

Professor Beverly Balos receives Sheila Wellstone Gold Watch Award

April 14, 2005

(Source: University of Minnesota Law School, WATCH)

Professor Guy Charles quoted in a story entitled VOTERS BEWARE MUDSLINGERS AHEAD detailing how the Colorado Senate race holds lessons for the upcoming Minnesota campaigns

March 26, 2005

(Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Professors Morrison and Washburn quoted in the Minneapolis Star Tribune regarding the announcement about a casino opening in the Twin Cities

March 5, 2005

(Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Professor David Weissbrodt joins U.N. board on slavery.

February 22, 2005

(Source: Minnesota Daily)

Professor Fred Morrison is quoted in a story about how the casino plan being pushed by Gov. Tim Pawlenty might take the Minnesota Lottery into new territory. A court might have to decide if it is beyond the scope allowed by the constitutional amendment t

February 14, 2005

(Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Professor Susan M. Wolf wrote an editorial entitled What Million Dollar Baby says about disability and death.

February 13, 2005

(Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press)