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Prof. Carozza Observes Jamaican Human Rights Situation

Notre Dame Professor of Law Paolo Carozza, president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), recently led an IACHR delegation to Jamaica at the invitation of the Jamaican government...

NDLS Student Wins Pew Religious Freedom Scholarship

Julie Marie Baworowsky ’09 won the 2008 William Pew Religious Freedom Scholarship Competition. The $2,500 scholarship is awarded each year to a law student who is concerned about issues of...

Prof. Cassel Wins Human Rights Award

University of Notre Dame Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights Douglass Cassel won the 2008 Elmer Gertz Award from the Human Rights Section...

Free $$$

An explanation of the Summer Stipend Program. A great way for 1Ls to gain worthwhile experience while serving public sector agencies and secure paid employment for the summer! Missed the...

Public Interest Work…

Public Interest Work is immensely satisfying. Gain employment by first volunteering with agencies or public interest groups. Successful job seekers reported that they volunteered work for an organization before they...

Two NDLS Faculty Invited to Address National Association

The Federalist Society’s 2008 National Lawyers Convention will feature two University of Notre Dame Professors of Law, Richard Garnett and William Kelley. They will contribute to discussions about the role...

2008 NDLS Alum Wins Tax Writing Competition

Katie Fuehrmeyer, a 2008 Notre Dame Law School alum, won first place in the Tannenwald Writing Competition. The prestigious, national competition is open to all full- or part-time law school...

Prof. Emeritus Kommers Translates German Constitution

Notre Dame Law School Professor Emeritus Donald Kommers recently completed work on a translation of the Basic Law, Germany’s Constitution. The Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany, recognized...

Prof. Bauer Talks Antitrust Law in Korea

Notre Dame Professor of Law Joseph Bauer delivered a keynote speech at the Korean Competition Law Association International Symposium in Seoul, South Korea, Nov. 6-7. “Competition law” is analogous to...

Laptop Reservations

Beginning Friday, November 21, the Circulation desk will take reservations for laptops that are on reserve.Reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. During the exam period—Friday,...

Navy v. Whales: An Environmental Law Perspective

We are accustomed to hearing Theodore Roosevelt being quoted in favor of environmental conservation. We forget that T.R. also served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Chief Justice Roberts invoked...

Three NDLS Alums Re-elected to Congress

Three University of Notre Dame Law School graduates were re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in the Tuesday, Nov. 4 election.

Prof. Gurulé Advises Albanian Prosecutors on Anti-Money Laundering

Jimmy Gurulé, an internationally known expert in the field of international criminal law—specifically terrorism, terrorist financing, and anti-money laundering—met with top government officials, prosecutors, bank representatives, and police officers in...

What Happened to Our Books?

During fall break, Hallett Movers transferred most of the books in Stacks 1, 2 & 3 to Large Compact Storage (which from now on will be called “Stacks”) on the...