A group of students assisted an overwhelmed prosecutor’s office during winter break by completing expungement petitions on behalf of South Bend-area residents with criminal records.
Retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page, a 1967 University of Notre Dame graduate and the first African American justice to serve on Minnesota’s highest court, will join G. Marcus...
Amid coronavirus, ND Tax Clinic and other University partners provide remote assistance for low-income taxpayers
The Center for Civic Innovation (CCI) coordinated assistance for 53 taxpayers via the videoconferencing app Zoom and referred another 100 taxpayers to Goodwill for assistance, representing those without access to...
Chris Kozelichki, a former deputy prosecutor and now assistant director for career development at the Law School, hosted an expungement clinic with 45 law students at the YWCA in South Bend.
With help from Notre Dame Law School students, expectations at Clay are high this year ahead of regionals later this month and the annual state competition in March.
Three University of Notre Dame graduate students and one Law School student have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to study critical languages abroad this summer.