Marnin Michaels L’96 to Deliver 1L Convocation Lecture

Marnin Michaels L’96, Partner, Baker & McKenzie Zurich, will deliver the 1L Convocation Lecture on Monday, September 26.

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Dean Boise Co-authors opinion article: “A Tightened Bar Passage Standard is Needed”

College of Law Dean Boise has co-authored an opinion article, “A Tightened Bar Passage Standard is Needed”, with Daniel Rodriguez, Dean of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, in the National Law Journal.

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Professor Driesen Writes on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

University Professor David Driesen has written on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan at the Center for Progressive Reform blog.

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Professor Crane and Students Discuss Syrian Accountability Project White Paper

Professor of Practice David Crane along with Peter Levrant 3L and Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project, Molly White 3L and Chief Registrar of the Syrian Accountability Project, and Zachary Lucas 2L and incoming Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project discuss the findings in the “Looking Through the Window Darkly” white paper.

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VERMONT ATTORNEY THOMAS P. AICHER (J.D. ’90) NAMED SPECIAL COUNCIL FOR THE NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION

NSAA is the national trade association of U.S. ski area operators and industry support businesses headquartered in Englewood, Colorado.

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All About Your Letters Of Recommendation

At this point in the application process, you’re likely thinking about references—who to ask, what they should say, and so on—so that’s exactly what we’re writing about today. Think of these letters as verification of what you’ve accomplished, summaries of your intrinsic talents, and endorsements of your educational excellence. In other words, letters of recommendation count.

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Keith J. Bybee

Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F. Alper '72 Judiciary Studies Professor

Professor Bybee is the Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F. Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor at the College of Law. He holds tenured appointments in the College of Law and in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He also directs the Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics, and the Media (IJPM), a collaborative effort between the College of Law, the Maxwell School, and the… More»

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