Cameasha Turner walked into South Bend’s Center for the Homeless earlier this month a little bit apprehensive, but mostly excited to volunteer in the community she would be calling home for the next three years.
Three Notre Dame Law School alumni were recently named fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the top legal associations in America. Maureen Reidy Witt, ’80 J.D., Judy D. Snyder, ’73 J.D., and Monty B. Bottom, ’82 J.D., will join the membership — which also includes 30 previously inducted Notre Dame Law School graduates.
Here is a brief overview of the new people, programs, and opportunities you will be encountering in the coming year.
I am pleased that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be visiting Notre Dame September 12-13 and spending some time at the Law School on the 13th. You will be receiving additional updates in the coming days.…
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will hold a conversation with Notre Dame law students Tuesday, September 13, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom. She will talk with students about a variety of issues in the conversation moderated by Jennifer Mason McAward, associate professor of law and director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights.…
More than 200 Notre Dame Lawyers welcomed Jack Swarbrick, Jr., ’76, vice president and James E. Rohr Director of Athletics at Notre Dame, to Chicago Aug. 11. The group included alumni as well as current and admitted students. Swarbrick offered an inside look on collegiate athletics.
Sixty-three Notre Dame Law students have successfully completed a grueling week of advocacy training as in the Law School’s the Intensive Trial Advocacy class, a unique program taught by distinguished trial attorneys and judges to develop students’ advocacy skills.
Mark P. McKenna, professor of law and associate dean for faculty development at Notre Dame Law School, recently filed a friend-of-the court brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands, a case concerning the copyrightability of the design of cheerleading uniforms. The Court will hear arguments in the case this fall.
By Athena Aherrera, 2L
I still remember the first time I saw Admissions Director Jake Baska’s email regarding the orientation schedule and information on the service projects. My heart palpitated at the idea that law school was going to begin in just a month. Like many of my classmates, I was extremely excited but also extremely nervous to start this new chapter in my life.…
More than 200 new students – J.D., Transfer, LL.M., and J.S.D – will attend Notre Dame Law School‘s orientation program next week. The program will include a number of activities meant to introduce students to campus, their legal education, and the profession.
One of the benefits of being a student (or the spouse of a student) is access to services through a Campus ID card. How do you get yours?
Campus ID cards are issued by and administered through the Campus Card Office. To request a campus ID card, a student must present a valid government-issued picture ID or passport and his or her University of Notre Dame ndID (nine-digit account number). Upon verification a head shot will be taken and the campus ID card is printed. Your campus ID card gives you….…
Johanna Fröhlich, LL.M. ’15, was pursuing her Ph.D. in comparative constitutional law at Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Hungary, where she also obtained her law degree, when she felt a yearning to learn more about the United States legal system. After exploring several LL.M programs in the United States, Fröhlich came to Notre Dame Law School in 2014 as one of the students in the school’s inaugural LL.M. class. Now, she’s a teacher herself.
We know our students go to law school to ultimately have a career in the law. Our alumni and the Career Development office help jumpstart student’s careers with the dynamic mock interview program.
Marah Stith McLeod has joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty as an associate professor. Her research explores legal and ethical problems in criminal law and criminal procedure. Her work seeks to promote better-informed and reasoned decisions as well as the appropriate and effective distribution of power among decision makers in the criminal justice system.
University of Notre Dame law professor Jimmy Gurulé, a terrorist financing expert, testified Thursday (July 14) before the House Judiciary Committee’s Constitution and Civil Justice Subcommittee at a hearing on the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which would allow the surviving family members of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for aiding and abetting the 15 Saudi hijackers that perpetrated the terror plot.
More than 200 ND alumni, students, and guests gathered for the 6th Annual Notre Dame Lawyers of New York City Reception at the Union League Club. The guests included more than 20 current NDLS students and several admitted students. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, ’84 J.D., spoke to guests.
Bruce Huber, associate professor of law, has been appointed the Robert and Marion Short Scholar, a three-year rotating appointment for pre-tenure faculty members.
When Brian Murray, ’11 J.D., worked as a staff attorney in the employment unit at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, he saw first hand the long-term challenges low-income citizens face after having contact with the criminal justice system, and he wanted to do more to help.