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Berger wins Cudahy award

Eric BergerAn article written by Eric Berger, assistant professor in the College of Law, has won the 2011 American Constitution Society's Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. Continue reading…

Dean's Message

Poser 0411 - OFFICIALresized.jpgI hope your semester is off to a good start. Today I want to focus on careers and what you are all here for – to become lawyers. Our 1L students should not be focused on this at all right now. Continue reading…

DTP Apparel Sale Extended!

DTP logo.jpgDelta Theta Phi is extending its annual appraisal sale for one more week. DTP will be selling all of its merchandise down in the student lounge during the lunch hour from Monday, September 3rd to Friday, September 9th. Continue reading…

Meet the Families Day

Join us for the annual “Meet the Families” day on Saturday, September 10, at the Law College from 10:00-11:30 a.m. We’ll have refreshments, games and prizes for all of the kids. Continue reading…

New Books @ Schmid Law Library

These materials are shelved just behind the reference desk, and may be checked out for two weeks. The links under each title take you directly to IRIS, where you’ll find more information about each title and whether or not it is currently checked out.

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DRI Networking Social - THIS THURSDAY!

DRI is having a networking social this Thursday, September 8, 2011in the North Hallway of the law school from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. There will be FREE food, beer, wine, and refreshments.
This is a great opportunity to meet local attorneys from Omaha, Lincoln, and surrounding areas.
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Bioethics Defense Fund's Nikas To Speak

Nik Nikas of the Bioethics Defense fund will speak in Room #111 on Monday,September 12th at noon. His presentation is entitled, "What every law student should know about physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia." This speaker is sponsored by the Federalist Society.

A New "Face" for Nebraska Law Career Services

Facebook.jpgThe CSO is branching out and now has a page on Facebook. We will be using our Facebook page to remind students of upcoming events, to share interesting articles about career related topics and advertise job opportunities. We hope you “like” us and find the updates useful. Continue reading…

Originally published September 6, 2011 - Submit an Item