March 31, 2019
Catherine Ulrich, 1L, a student on the Law School’s Diversity Committee interviewed Professor Neha Jain about teaching and learning in a diverse and inclusive Law School environment.
Where are you from?
March 29, 2019
Minnesota Law students and alumni have been on the frontlines of protecting the rights of asylum seekers in a challenging political climate.
March 28, 2019
The Minnesota Law Review recently launched “Experto Crede,” a new legal podcast featuring a series of interviews with article authors and other thought leaders.
March 20, 2019
Joining the faculty as a visiting professor this semester is Eric Bylander, professor of procedural law at Uppsala University in Sweden. This is Prof. Bylander’s second tour of duty as a visiting professor at the Law School, and he was also previously here as an exchange student.
March 19, 2019
The Law School’s Community Legal Partnership for Health Clinic is known for giving students rich experience in helping individuals with their varied legal issues. This year, the clinic added a new twist by providing students with an opportunity for first-hand involvement in policymaking through crafting legislation that would help protect Minnesota residents from radon.
March 14, 2019
Recent strong showings by the Law School’s moot court competition teams continue a highly successful season for the program.
March 12, 2019
The Law School Career Center’s Wendy Griak and Simona Suen were awarded one of this year’s Campus Climate Micro-Grants to fund a new project they created that helps students who are first-gen, from families with little or no legal experience, and/or from economically disadvantaged backgrounds obtain professionally branded business cards.
March 11, 2019
3L Jessica Wheeler recently won second place in the Epstein Becker Green Writing Competition for her note, “Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics: Privacy Protections in Integrated Care.”
March 9, 2019
In January, students and staff of the James H. Binger Center for New Americans traveled to Alexandria, Louisiana, for what has become an annual service trip to work with immigration detainees in rural communities. Previously, the Binger Center worked with detainees in Arizona and Texas.
March 8, 2019
We recently asked the incoming editors-in-chief of Minnesota Law’s four law journals to share a little bit about their backgrounds, interests, and plans. Today, we focus on Will Dooling, who was elected editor-in-chief of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology for the 2019-20 academic year.