The Notre Dame Law School community celebrated Randy Kozel’s book, Settled Versus Right: A Theory of Precedent, on Thursday with a ceremony and reception in Eck Commons.
The drama of jury trials might provide plotlines for lawyer movies and TV shows, but in real life – especially in family law cases – avoiding a trial often leads to the best outcomes.
Veronica Root, an associate professor of law at Notre Dame Law School, was among 20 University of Notre Dame faculty members who received grants this week through the Notre Dame Internal Grant Program.
Root was awarded a grant for her project titled, “Reclaiming the dignity of work through varied methods of assessment.”
The Notre Dame Clinical Law Center has had a profound impact on generations of law students who have worked there since the clinic was founded in 1951.
Count Tom and Marissa McDermott, both ’00 J.D., among the Notre Dame Lawyers who were moved by their clinical experience.
Notre Dame Law School is proud to announce that Samuel Bray—one of the nation’s leading experts in remedies and equity—will join the faculty as a full-time professor. Bray is a tenured faculty member at the UCLA School of Law. He is teaching this year at Notre Dame Law School as a visiting professor, and he will join the faculty in the fall 2018 semester.
Juan Pablo Albán, current doctoral student in the CCHR-sponsored J.S.D Program in International Human Rights Law, has been appointed an Amicus Curiae for the Special Jurisdiction for Peace in Colombia
The Center for Civil and Human Rights (CCHR) sponsors the CCHR Summer Fellowship, a $5,000 stipend for legal work in a public interest organization that promotes civil or human rights, and/or the enforcement of federal rights on behalf of underrepresented minorities.
Recently the Law School’s Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic secured a patent for a University of Notre Dame invention that could help physicians detect serious diseases faster and more economically.