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CCHR announces 2018 Summer Fellows

The Center for Civil and Human Rights has awarded its 2018 Summer Fellowships in support of Notre Dame law students pursuing public interest work
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ND Law student co-founds Pareto Life Sciences

The Pareto principle postulates that 80% of “effects” (good or bad) come from 20% of possible causes. This principle, known colloquially as the 80-20 rule, was originally developed to explain...
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NDLS hosts moot court tournament for religious freedom

The Notre Dame Law School Moot Court Board recently hosted its Second Annual National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom.Ten moot court teams from across the country participated in the...

The Class of 2015: Year of the Volunteer

When Alisa Finelli, JD ’15, learned that she had won the national Pro Bono Award from the Super Lawyers rating service, she was grateful for the recognition the prize would...

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...

NDLS Team Wins National Moot Court Tourney

After four rounds of competition, NDLS students Sarah Gallo and Patrick Duffey (with Jae Kim on the brief) were declared the winners of the National Religious Freedom Moot Court Competition...

Notre Dame Law in D.C. Set for Spring Launch

Janet Laybold Assistant Dean for Graduate and Strategic Initiatives The Law School is launching a Notre Dame Law in D.C. externship program for Spring 2015 and Spring 2016, Dean Nell...