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Peking University Law School appoints Professor Paul Miller to Global Faculty
Professor Paul B. Miller, the Law School's associate dean for international and graduate programs, was recently named to Peking University Law School’s Global Faculty.
ND Law professor and students to attend human rights hearing in D.C.
Professor Alejandra Gonza, a visiting scholar who is spending the fall semester at Notre Dame Law School, will speak to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights this week in Washington,...
Professor Paul Miller to edit new book series for Oxford University Press
The new book series is an exciting development for the recently launched Notre Dame Program on Private Law.
Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell: Migrant caravan not an ‘invasion’
Mary Ellen O'Connell is the Robert & Marion Short Professor of Law and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution.
ND Law School launches new Program on Private Law
Bolstered by several recent hires, the Law School now boasts one of the strongest programs in private law in the country.
Roundtable examines copyright's impact in music industry
Leading copyright scholars gathered at Notre Dame Law School on October 26 to discuss Glynn Lunney's book, Copyright's Excess: Money and Music in the U.S. Recording Industry. Lunney is a professor...
Professor Mark McKenna elected to American Law Institute
The institute’s members have the opportunity to influence the development of the law in both existing and emerging areas, to work with other eminent lawyers, judges, and academics, to give...
Professor Stephen Yelderman to clerk for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch
Yelderman will be the 12th current member of Notre Dame Law School’s faculty who has clerked on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Celebrating a half-century of Notre Dame Law in London
Notre Dame Law School embarked on a unique experiment in legal education in the fall of 1968. Instead of spending the 1968-1969 academic year at the South Bend campus, 20...
Economic Justice Clinic featured in 'What Would You Fight For?' video
The University of Notre Dame’s award-winning “What Would You Fight For?” series featured the Law School's Judith Fox in a video that aired September 8 on NBC.
Community Development Clinic helps revitalize South Bend neighborhood
When South Bend’s Near Northwest Neighborhood Inc. decided to open a volunteer-run, pay-it-forward coffee shop a few years ago, they turned to Notre Dame Law School’s Community Development Clinic for...
Bray and Hobbins’ Genesis 1-11 receives praise
Notre Dame Law Professor Sam Bray recently received several notable reviews for his work, Genesis 1-11: A New Old Translation for Readers, Scholars, and Translators, which he co-authored last year...
Dean Nell Jessup Newton to step down in 2019
Joseph A. Matson Dean and Professor of Law Nell Jessup Newton will conclude her tenure as dean of Notre Dame Law School on June 30, 2019, after 10 years of...
Notre Dame Law's Roger Alford speaks at policy forum in Beijing
Since being appointed deputy assistant attorney general for international affairs with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, Alford has made speeches in Brazil, China, Germany, Mexico, South...
Professor Pojanowski's tribute to retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy
Tribute: Remembering little things that matter
Adjunct professor from ND Law nominated to be federal judge
President Donald Trump has nominated Damon R. Leichty, a partner at Barnes & Thornburg LLP and an adjunct professor at Notre Dame Law School, to become a federal judge for...
Professors Barbara Fick and Douglass Cassel announce retirements
The Law School’s 2018 commencement ceremony on Saturday was the last for two Notre Dame Law School professors who are retiring this summer.
Professor Nicole Garnett addresses Holy Cross College's Class of 2018
Notre Dame Law Professor Nicole Stelle Garnett was featured as the keynote speaker Saturday during Holy Cross College’s 51st Commencement Exercises.
ND Law Professor Stephen Yelderman earns tenure
Stephen Yelderman has been granted tenure as a professor of law at Notre Dame Law School. Yelderman joined the faculty in 2013 and has taught patent law, copyright, remedies, and...
Professor Carter Snead elected as Hastings Center Fellow
Notre Dame Law Professor O. Carter Snead, the William P. and Hazel B. White Director of the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, has been elected as a Fellow...
Mark McKenna named a John P. Murphy Foundation Professor
Notre Dame Law School is proud to announce that Professor Mark McKenna has been appointed a John P. Murphy Foundation Professor. McKenna joins Notre Dame Law Professors Barry Cushman and...
Four new professors to join ND Law School next fall
Notre Dame Law School will be welcoming four new faculty for the 2018-2019 school year: Sadie Blanchard, Samuel Bray, Emily Bremer, and Christian Burset. “It is time to add new...
Randy Kozel visits Richmond School of Law for talk, roundtables
Notre Dame Law Professor Randy Kozel visited the University of Richmond School of Law at the end of April to deliver a lecture and participate in several roundtable discussions surrounding...
Justice Gorsuch quotes Professor A.J. Bellia in Supreme Court opinion
For the second time in two weeks, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has cited work by Notre Dame Law Professor A.J. Bellia in an opinion.
Two ND Law professors cited at Supreme Court
Two Notre Dame Law professors – A.J. Bellia and Stephen Yelderman – were cited at the U.S. Supreme Court this week.
Conference to mark 50th anniversary of Fair Housing Act
This month marks 50 years since President Lyndon Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act into law, prohibiting discrimination against buyers and renters on the basis of race, color, national origin,...
Supreme Court patent case has major implications for international relations
Notre Dame Law professor says the case pits the U.S. interest in rewarding patent owners for their inventions against the sovereignty of other nations.
Missile strikes against Syria ‘as serious as triggering events,’ expert says
Currently in residence at the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway, Mary Ellen O’Connell says reprisal attacks are a serious breach of the United Nations charter.
Professor Stephen Yelderman files amicus brief in Supreme Court patent case
In WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp., the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a question that hinges on, of all things, the high seas.
Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell to speak at Brookings Institution
Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert & Marion Short Professor of Law and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution, will deliver the keynote lecture for the fifth annual Justice Stephen Breyer Lecture...