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Alumni Spotlight: Tara Stuckey ’07

Only a select few enter the hallowed chambers of the Supreme Court of the United States to clerk for a justice. Notre Dame Law School alumna Tara Stuckey made the...

Prof. Mayer quoted in Florida Times-Union

Northeast Florida’s hospitals wonder what the impact of new health care law will be; More will have benefits, but may not be able to pay their deductibles (Quotes: Lloyd Mayer)...

Alum speaks about exonerating wrongly accused man

Joshua Kezer re-entered society in February 2009 after serving 16 years—nearly half of his life—of a 60-year prison sentence for murder. Notre Dame Law School alumnus Charles Weiss ’68 made...

Prof. Nagle publishes new book

Environmental laws don’t always impact the environment in expected ways and, in other cases, laws seemingly unrelated to the environment have a tremendous impact on our habitats. Notre Dame’s John...

MSNBC.com quotes Prof. Mayer

Christian co-ops swamp burden of medical bills; Little-known health care sharing ministries exempt from fines in health law (Quotes: Lloyd Mayer) – msnbc.com –April 14, 2010

Prof. Carozza selected as Fulbright scholar

Notre Dame Associate Professor of Law Paolo Carozza will spend the spring 2011 semester in Italy as a Fulbright scholar, working from the University of Florence on a book about...

NDLS alums at the U.S. Supreme Court

For the second year in a row, a Notre Dame Law School alum will clerk for a justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. An impressive number of...

Visiting professor teaches Law and Islam

Professor Mohammad H. Fadel, a member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto, will teach a class this spring at ND Law School titled Law and Islam....

Japanese judge at NDLS: Takeshi Nobuhiro

Takeshi Nobuhiro is one of 30 judges chosen by the Supreme Court of Japan to study law and judicial system in a foreign country for a year as part of...

Prof. Joseph Bauer Goes to Hong Kong

Notre Dame Professor of Law Joseph Bauer spent three weeks at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) this spring teaching antitrust law—referred to as competition law in China—and intellectual property...

International Law vs. National Sovereignty

As the world becomes more interdependent, attention turns to the scope and importance of international law and its relationship with national sovereignty.