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Reserving Study Rooms During Exams

Due to anticipated high demand, you may not reserve a study room from Wednesday, April 27 through Friday, May 13 more than one day in advance. On any day during...

Rick Garnett quoted in Worldmag.com

Royal treatment Worldmag.com The Supreme Court has consented to hear a case that Notre Dame law professor Rick Garnett calls “the most important religious-freedom case in 20 years.”

Laptop Reservations for Exams

Beginning Monday, April 25th, the Circulation Desk will take reservations for laptops that are on Reserve. Reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. During the exam...

Library Easter Break Hours

Followings past practice, please find the library’s public service hours for the Easter Break.

Hesburgh Library Resources for Law Students

Hesburgh Library is a great alternative place to study on campus for law students. It offers thirteen floors of mostly quiet study space and some great window views of campus....

Law Students Tour the Mercantile Exchange

Professor Colleen Baker led students who are interested in business law on a tour of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange on April 8. The group also visited the nearby headquarters of...

Professor Garnett Authors Amicus Brief

Professor and associate dean Richard W. Garnett was counsel of record for amicus curiae the American Center for School Choice in the Supreme Court’s recently decided taxpayer standing and Establishment...

Professor Richard Garnett quoted in Chicago Tribune

Supreme Court upholds tax break for Arizona religious schools Chicago Tribune “This has quietly become the option of choice” for those favoring state aid for religious schools, said University of...

The 2011 Natural Law Lecture

Oliver O’Donovan, professor of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology at the University of Edinburgh, will be at Notre Dame Law School April 11 to deliver the 2011 Natural Law Lecture....

Court OKs Arizona's tax break for private schools

The Seattle Times By contrast, tax credits have been seen as more acceptable. “This has quietly become the option of choice” for those who favor state aid for religious schools,...

Notre Dame professor to train human rights lawyers

The Indiana Lawyer.com Sean O’Brien, professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School, is in Tunis, Tunisia this week to participate in the training of North African human rights...

Dean Announces New Chapter in The London Program

Dean Nell Jessup Newton has announced that beginning in 2011-2012, 2L students may choose between a one-semester or full-year option and 3L students will also be able to enroll in...

Professor Vincent Rougeau accepts new appointment

Notre Dame Law School faculty, staff, and students have been congratulating Professor Vincent Rougeau this week on being appointed the next dean of Boston College Law School. The highly regarded...

Exciting Chapter in The London Program

For more than 40 years, the Notre Dame Law School has offered second-year law students in good standing an opportunity to study in London. Now beginning in 2011-2011, 2L students...

Specialist on values to lead BC law school

Boston Globe Notre Dame law professor Vincent Rougeau, a specialist on the role of moral and religious values in lawmaking and public policy, will be the next dean of Boston...