Nine Public Interest Summer Scholarships Awarded

Nine students were awarded public interest summer scholarships from the Women’s Legal Forum, Asian Law Student’s Association, and the Environmental Law Society. Seven scholarships were funded by the Women’s Legal...

Prof. Doug Kmiec donates book

Prof. Kmiec donated a copy of his book, “Lift Up Your Hearts” to the Kresge Law Library. Doug Kmiec was a member of the NDLS faculty from 1980-99.

Nussbaum To Receive Sorin Award

Richard A. Nussbaum II ’74, ’77 J.D. received the Rev. Edward Frederick Sorin, C.S.C., Award from the Notre Dame Alumni Association at Reunion. The award is presented annually to a...

Indiana Tax Court held in McCartan Court Room

NDLS hosted a live Tax Court session in the Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom on Wednesday, September 11. The case Union Township, St. Joseph County v. State of Indiana, Department of...

Kristen Polovoy, ’98 J.D.

Kristen Polovoy’s articles “Prepare for Product Labeling Class Action Now,” Parts One and Two, appeared on the front page of Corporate Counsel on May 31-June 4, 2013. Polovoy is Of...

Kevin F. Warren, ’90 JD

Kevin F. Warren has been appointed to the board of Grand Canyon Education Inc. Warren is vice president of legal affairs and chief administrative officer for the Minnesota Vikings.

High-Tech Border Checks Blow Spies’ Cover

In “the old days,” as one put it — that would be before 9/11 — deep-cover CIA operatives could use and discard false passports like hand wipes.Now the increasing deployment...

American Universities Infected by Foreign Spies

Efforts by foreign countries to penetrate universities have increased in the past five years. The FBI and academia are working together to combat the threat. Placing academics at U.S. research...
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World Class: London alumni recount summer abroad.

It was “a once in a lifetime experience,” Australian law student Chloe Donjerkovich recounts. Last summer, Chloe and 33 other law students from around the world embarked upon Notre Dame...

Professor O’Connell Speaks on Drone Warfare

Professor Mary Ellen O’Connell is giving two talks next week on the legal and ethical issues raised by drone warfare. One will take place at the "Ethics of Assassination" symposium...

Indiana Court of Appeals Argument

April 2, 2012McCartan Court RoomEck Hall of Law3:30 p.m.There will be a Q & A with the judges after the arguments, then a reception in Eck Commons at approximately 5:00.Panel...

A Man of Many Firsts: John H.A. Whitman

John H.A. Whitman first stepped onto the campus of Notre Dame in 1918 when he was hired to teach American literature and Latin in the prep school. But, the Law...