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Experiencing freedom after 30 years on death row

Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years on Alabama’s death row for crimes he didn't commit. He spoke to ND Law students about his wrongful conviction and the lingering effects of...
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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...
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Educating lawyers with a global perspective

The Notre Dame London Law Program was born 50 years ago, in the fall of 1968, with the idea that law students would become better lawyers if their legal education...
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Law students talk about Klau Center Summer Fellowships

The Klau Center, in cooperation with Notre Dame Law School’s Career Development office, recently hosted its 2018 Summer Fellows for a briefing on their experiences with public interest organizations.
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2018 Homecoming Recap

Over 375 Notre Dame Law School alumni and guests gathered from around the country for the second annual Law Homecoming Weekend as they watched the Fighting Irish beat Vanderbilt on...
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ND Law Student receives BakerHostetler scholarship

Second-year Notre Dame Law student Alexandria Hasenkamp has received The Paul D. White Scholarship from the law firm of BakerHostetler.   As a tribute to Paul D. White, the firm’s first minority...
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Klau family gift endows Center for Civil and Human Rights

The Klau Center, in partnership with Notre Dame Law School, supports the education and professional formation of human rights lawyers. The center also teaches graduate and undergraduate students in the Keough...