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Rabbi-Scholar Visits Notre Dame

Dr. David Dalin, an ordained rabbi and widely published scholar of American Jewish history and Christian-Jewish relations, will speak at Notre Dame on Thursday, April 3. The talk, which is...

Dean O'Hara to Step Down Next Year

In June of next year, I will complete my tenth year as dean. When I was a relatively new dean, a wonderful alumnus and generous supporter offered me what I...

CCHR Co-sponsors “Witnessing Genocide” Conference

Survivors from the war-torn nations of Rwanda and Darfur, a Holocaust survivor, journalists, and others will converge at Notre Dame on Sunday and Monday, April 6-7 for the conference “Witnessing...

Prof. Carozza Elected Chair of Human Rights Commission

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) voted unanimously to elect University of Notre Dame Associate Professor of Law Paolo Carozza as its chairman for 2008-2009. The election was held...

RECOMMENDATION LETTERS, REFERENCES & NETWORKING

Rarely are law students asked to provide full letters of recommendation with their application materials. Of course, the major exceptions to this rule are judicial clerkship and fellowship applications. However,...

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...

FACULTY RECOMMENDERS

Our faculty are very interested in helping students with their job searches and they are more than willing to write letters of recommendation. Help them out by: • Talking to...

INTERESTED IN PATENT LAW?

The Practicing Law Institute has scheduled a Web audio briefing about patent law and the patent bar for Tuesday, March 4 at 1 p.m. Eastern.