School of Law

First-year Moot Court Competition

First-year Moot Court Competition

The finals of the first-year moot court competition featured students Ashley Boomgaarden and Trevor Yakimchuck.

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2019 UND Law Trial Team

Trial Team Wins Regional Championship

The UND Law Trial Team of Emily Christensen, Montana Funk, and Erica Skogen emerged the overall winner of the National Trial Competition for Region 12 held in Lincoln, Nebraska.

A successful regional
NDLR Energy Law Symposium 2019

NDLR Energy Law Symposium

The North Dakota Law Review will host a symposium featuring topics in Energy Law. There is no charge to attend and it is approved for 7 North Dakota CLE credits.

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UND Law Students

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Our students come from around the region, state and world bringing with them a variety of academic backgrounds and experiences.

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Why UND School of Law

A high quality curriculum, affordable tuition, small size and access to faculty interested in your professional development makes UND a great place to earn your law degree. 

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Experiential Learning

Our "practice-ready" approach to legal education is supported by many experiential learning opportunities for  gaining practical experience inside and outside the classroom 

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Student Involvement

Our students are leaders. We encourage each one to become engaged in our programs, organizations, and activities to enhance the educational experience.

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Trial Team/Moot Court 

Participating in our internal and external moot court and trial teams will help you gain practical experience through competitions on campus and across the nation.   

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Law Faculty

Our nationally recognized faculty are committed to the success of their students.  Learn more about their experience and work being done to enhance your learning. 

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ABA Required Disclosures

The American Bar Association's Standards and Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools included in Standard 509, consumer information.