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Spotlight on Careers for Social Change

Two Notre Dame Law School alums will tell their stories at a campus event on Wednesday called “Making a Living, Making a Difference: Careers for Social Change.” It takes place from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Hesburgh Center Auditorium. All Notre Dame students are invited to attend. Keynote speaker…

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ND Law Screens Oscar Award-winning Film Featuring ND Prof.

The Center for Civil and Human Rights at Notre Dame Law School will screen the Oscar Award-winning documentary “Taxi to the Dark Side” on Thursday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Annenberg Auditorium of the Snite Museum of Art. A panel discussion follows the screening. Beginning with the case…

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Assoc. Dean Kelley Discusses Impact of Future President on the Courts

Notre Dame Law School Associate Dean William Kelley says that Senate support and judicial excellence are key factors for any president to consider in making appointments to the Supreme Court. His comments came as part of a panel discussion at the University of California, Berkeley, entitled “The Next President and the Courts.”

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Moot Court Showcase

Notre Dame Law School presents its 58th annual Moot Court Showcase Argument on Thursday, Feb. 21 in the Judge Norman C. Barry Courtroom of the Law School. All four advocates on the case are third-year law students. The case involves the contention of legislation intended to reform existing handgun and…

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ND Law Hosts Client Counseling Competition

Notre Dame Law School recently hosted the American Bar Association (ABA) Law Student Division’s Client Counseling Competition for region seven on Saturday, February 9. Seth Carmack and Emily Chang earned Notre Dame the hosting right with their regional win last year at John Marshall Law School in Chicago. The competition…

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Prof. Bridgette Carr Wins Marshall Memorial Fellowship

By: Melanie McDonald December 15, 2007 The German Marshall Fund of the United States awarded a 2008 Marshall Memorial Fellowship to University of Notre Dame Associate Clinical Professor of Law Bridgette Carr. Carr advocates for non-citizens, particularly those who are victims of forced migration. Migration and immigration are among the…

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Law professor Gurulé to address Italian leaders on terrorism

Jimmy Gurule Jimmy Gurulé, professor of law in the University of Notre Dame Law School, will visitMilan,RomeandNaplesthis week to give lectures and lead discussions on global strategies to thwart the financing of terrorism. p. Among those to whom Gurulé will be speaking are government officials from the Italian ministries of finance,…

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