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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...

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. 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...

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...

Prof. Gurulé in Albania to Discuss Money Laundering

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

Prof. O’Connell to Give Book Talk at Hammes

Notre Dame Professor of Law Mary Ellen O’Connell will discuss her new book, THE POWER AND PURPOSE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (Oxford University Press, August 2008), on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at...

THE VALUE OF A JUDICIAL CLERKSHIP

On Monday, October 6th, at 12:15 pm in room 120, the Honorable Tim Corrigan from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and his former clerk,...

Student Groups Host Immigration Symposium

The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy (JLEPP), in conjunction with the Hispanic Law Student Association, presents “Yearning to Breathe Free: Immigrants and the American Dream,” a...

New Book Features NDLS Faculty

A new book titled “Peace through Commerce: Responsible Corporate Citizenship and the Ideals of the United Nations Global Compact,” includes essays by major business leaders and scholars—including Notre Dame Law...

CCHR Post-doc Discusses Human Rights in Sudan

On Monday, Sept. 15, Muthee Kiunga, a post-doctoral research associate for Notre Dame Law School’s Center for Civil and Human Rights (CCHR) will present “Beyond Darfur: Conflict and Human Rights...

Professor O’Connell extols international law

The reaction of the United States to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, particularly the authorization of torture and secret detention, has greatly depleted the power of already strained international...

Teaching China to Count

The Olympics have concluded to acclaim for China’s global leadership role, celebration of China winning the most gold medals, and new reports that China has extended its global lead in...

Prof. Snead to Present at Neuroscience Symposium

Notre Dame Law School Professor O. Carter Snead will join professors from Yale, Stanford, and Harvard for the Sept. 25-26 Neuroscience, Law and Government Symposium at the University of Akron...