April 25, 2019
A study of neighborhood change across America recently released by the Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity shows that poverty concentration and neighborhood decline are occurring more frequently in American cities than gentrification and displacement of low-income families. It also finds that decline is strongly associated with white flight and concentration of families of color.
April 24, 2019
The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) has recognized the scholarship of two members of the Law Library faculty with prestigious awards.
April 19, 2019
Please tell us about your Human Rights Lab project. What was the work and what was this experience like for you personally?
April 12, 2019
3L Alicia Granse won the 2019 Minnesota Women Lawyers Equal Justice Award for her note, “Gun Control and the Color of the Law.”
April 8, 2019
Wall Street Journal media reporter Keach Hagey, author of The King of Content: Sumner Redstone’s Battle for Viacom, CBS, and Everlasting Control of His Media Empire, was the keynote speaker for a day-long conference highlighting the contributions of business book author
April 7, 2019
Retired Brigadier General (USAF) Chester David Taylor Jr. ’52 passed away last month.
April 4, 2019
Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Natalie Hudson ’82 will be the Law School’s 2019 commencement speaker.
April 3, 2019
When the Innocence Project of Minnesota moved to Mondale Hall on April 1, it was something of a homecoming for IPMN executive director Sara Jones ’88, the second of three generations of Minnesota Law alums. Her father, C.
April 2, 2019
The Innocence Project of Minnesota (IPMN) has moved to the University of Minnesota Law School as part of an expanded partnership between the group and the Law School.
March 31, 2019
Catherine Ulrich, 1L, a student on the Law School’s Diversity Committee interviewed Professor Chris Roberts about teaching and learning in a diverse and inclusive Law School environment.
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