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  • Distinguished Speakers in Grand Forks

    Alan Page and Paulette Brown

    Paulette Brown, the first African American woman to be elected President of the American Bar Association, and Alan Page, the first African American to be elected to the Minnesota Supreme Court, will speak at the Chester Fritz Auditorium on Thursday, June 16, 2016.

  • Three years. . . Three schools

    2016 Law Review Symposium

    The UND School of Law Class of 2016 had the unique experience of three different school arrangements through their time here.  They started in the original 1922 building, spent a year scattered across campus and finished in the new and improved building.

  • Leading on a National Level

    Leading on a National Level

    Third-year student Zachariah Oluwabankole Babington-Johnson submitted a paper and presented to the United Nations Working Group on Experts on People of African Decent.  

  • Transformation Complete

    UND Ribbon Cutting ceremony

    Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley, UND President Robert Kelley and Law School Dean Kathryn Rand cut the ceremonial ribbon formally dedicating the UND Law building addition and renovation project at a ceremony held Friday, October 9.

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