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In Memoriam: Professor John Copeland Nagle
It is with a heavy heart that Notre Dame Law School announces that John Copeland Nagle, the Law School's John N. Matthews Professor of Law, died on May 18, 2019, after a short illness. He is survived by his wife, Lisa, and daughters Laura and Julia.
Programs of Study
The study of law pertaining to business transactions.
The study of promoting justice through criminal prosecution and defense.
The law of natural resource use and protection — from water to oil and gas to climate change.
The study of public and private international and comparative law.
The study of protection and use of intangible resources.
The study of law's foundations and moral purposes.
Exploring constitutional governance, in national and global context.
The study of real property, including development, finance, land use, and transactions.