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Full Course Listing Nebraska College of Law

Advanced Legal Research Law 733/G; 3 cr hr. Advanced Legal Research is an upper division elective law course. The purpose of the course is to give students deeper, more intimate exposure to the field of legal research. While the emphasis will be on practical …

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Areas of Law Nebraska College of Law

(9 days ago) Administrative LawAdministrative law governs the activities of administrative agencies of government, both federal and state. Work in these government agencies can include rulemaking, adjudication or the enforcement of specific regulations. Several Nebraska Law faculty and adjunct faculty members specialize in Administrative Law.

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Legal Writing Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Laura Arp Adjunct Law Professor. Ms. Arp received her B.A. degree in Art and English from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin in 1996. She worked as a secretary and paralegal, then received her J.D. degree (with distinction) in 2011 from the University of Nebraska College of Law. While at Nebraska Law, Ms. Arp was Research Editor of the

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Space Law Nebraska College of Law

(Just Now) Nebraska Law is proud to be collaborating with the newly forming U.S. Center on Space Law to continue to activities and resources of the network. Fund raising and organization will take at least a year or two, so no funding options are currently available. There are many places to research space law and find compiled resources.

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LL.M. in Global Legal Practice Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Nebraska Law has faculty specializing in a wide array of practice areas and a large selection of courses each semester. Popular choices include courses in the areas of International Law, Intellectual Property Law, Business Transactions, or Litigation. Please note, because the program is only two semesters LL.M. students are unable to receive a

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Space Law Network Nebraska College of Law

(6 days ago) The University of Nebraska has received a $250,000 NASA Space Law pilot-program grant to create a nationwide network of students, faculty and practitioners interested in space law and policy. “NASA understands workforce development is crucial to the United States’ prosperity in space.

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Scholarships Nebraska College of Law

(3 days ago) Through the generosity of many persons, the College of Law has a variety of sources available for financial aid, including: Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund. Established by the College of Law and funded by contributions in memory of alumni of the College of Law. The Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Amen Family Fund. Established by the Amen family in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Amen.

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Craig M. Lawson Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) Law of Provider and Patient Law 737/G (1-4 cr hr) Students may also enroll in LAW 713G Style and Composition in Legal Writing for an additional hour of Law College credit. A limited but central topic in the larger field of health-care law-the law bearing on the relationship between …

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Kyle Langvardt Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) Constitutional Law I 609/G This course is an introduction to American constitutional law and the structure of American government. The course focuses on the function, purposes, and limitations of judicial review; the balance of power between federal and state governments; the separation of national powers among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the federal government; and

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Robert Schopp Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Criminal Law Law 508/G (EDAD 970) (3 cr hr) Substantive criminal law, focusing on the theoretical foundations, general principles, and doctrines that govern the rules of liability and defenses, both in the common law tradition and under the Model Penal Code.

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Corporate Law Nebraska College of Law

(Just Now) From 1982 to 1986, he worked for the law firm of Jenkens & Gilchrist in Dallas, Texas and, during the 1986-87 academic year, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University. Read more about C. Steven Bradford

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Build Your Character Nebraska College of Law

(1 days ago) Nebraska Law’s core curriculum is designed to teach you many of these skills through doctrinal, clinical, and other skills-focused courses. The Build Your Character (BYC) program is designed to help you continue to build these skills both inside the classroom and outside through your participation in various opportunities. Your coursework and

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Breaking into the Boardroom Nebraska College of Law

(Just Now) Wednesday, April 18, 2018 College of Law 3:00 - 6:30 p.m. Breaking into the Boardroom: The Process and the Path Presented in partnership . Please join us for a unique networking and information-sharing event, including a keynote delivered by Nebraska Law alumna Connie Collingsworth, Chief Business Operations Officer of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Nebraska Public Interest Law Fund Nebraska College of Law

(6 days ago) The Nebraska Public Interest Law Fund (NPILF) Summer Fellowships provide a limited number of stipends to matriculated University of Nebraska College of Law students who secure summer positions that serve the public interest. To be considered for a fellowship, applicants must meet certain individual and host-organization criteria described herein.

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Tax Law Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) In 1989, he received his J.D. degree from Yale Law School, where he was an editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. From 1989 until 1995 he practiced tax law as an associate with the Philadelphia-based law firm of Dechert Price & Rhoads, with a special focus on international tax law as well as exempt organizations law.

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Why Choose Nebraska Law Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Nebraska Law is the only law school in the Big ten to require an International Law class in the first year. “I knew I would have a good chance of landing paid summer work between my 1L and 2L years, which is not the norm at other schools.”

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Constitutional Law Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) In 1976, he received his J.D. degree from the Cornell Law School, where he served on the Board of Editors of the Cornell Law Review. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1977. From 1976-79, he was associated with White & Case, a New York City law firm. Professor Duncan teaches Property, Constitutional Law, and First Amendment.

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Space, Cyber, & Telecommunications Law Nebraska College

(1 days ago) Professor Jack Beard joined the law faculty in 2011. Before coming to Nebraska, he was a member of the faculty at the UCLA School of Law. He previously served as the Associate Deputy General Counsel (International Affairs) in the Department of Defense where he was responsible for a variety of legal matters related to arms control agreements, defense cooperation and basing agreements in the

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Kristen Blankley Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Professor Blankley joined the faculty in 2010. She received her B.A. in History and Political Science and graduated summa cum laude from Hiram College, and she received her J.D. from The Ohio State University, Mortiz College of Law, and graduating first in her class. After law school, Professor Blankley served as a law clerk on the Sixth and Eighth Circuits and worked for at

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Ryan Sullivan Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Estate Planning Clinic Law 767C (3 cr hr) Students, under close faculty supervision, will represent clients in the provision of estate planning services, including the disbursing of legal advice and the drafting of basic estate planning documents, including a simple will, a power of attorney instrument, advance directives, and title documents.

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Colleen E. Medill Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Professor Colleen Medill is nationally recognized as a scholar of Employee Benefits Law and as a teacher of Property and Legal Skills Development. She teaches three of her four law school courses using textbooks that she has authored. Professor Medill is the sole author of Introduction to Employee Benefits Law: Policy and Practice (West 5th ed. 2018), Developing Professional

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Areas of the Law Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Areas of the Law. Below you will find brief overviews for a variety of law practice areas. More information for each is available in the CDO Resource Library. Administrative Law. Advertising Law. Alternative Dispute Resolution. Antitrust Law. Appellate Practice. Aviation Law.

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Law + Business Program Nebraska College of Law

(3 days ago) Nebraska Law has a robust Law + Business program that prepares students for a variety of careers using their legal and business knowledge. In addition to the traditional range of business law classes, we offer business-related programs of concentrated study, business-related programming for students who will use their law-school training to pursue careers in business, and fellowships and

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Learning Outcomes Nebraska College of Law

(8 days ago) The Law/Public Accountancy joint degree program combines concepts and analytic methods from both fields. Students who complete the program will take a wide breadth of courses that provide interdisciplinary insights, preparing them to sit for both the Bar exam and CPA exam. Learning Outcomes for Graduate Degree Programs.

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C. Steven Bradford Nebraska College of Law

(8 days ago) Professor Bradford joined the faculty in 1987. He received his B.S. degree (summa cum laude) from Utah State University in 1978; an M.P.P. from Harvard University in 1982; and a J.D. (magna cum laude) from Harvard Law School in 1982. From 1982 to 1986, he worked for the law firm of Jenkens & Gilchrist in Dallas, Texas and, during the 1986-87 academic year, he was a Visiting

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2021 Direct Democracy Symposium Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) This symposium will be available remotely via Zoom and in-person at the College of Law. Instructions for connecting remotely will be distributed following registration. In-person walk-ins are also welcome. Register . Parking. All registrants should park in the "C" student lot (South of McCollum Hall). A parking attendant will distribute permits

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Brian D. Lepard Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) Professor Lepard is a leading expert in the fields of international law, human rights law, comparative law, and tax law. He joined the faculty in 1995. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 1983. At Princeton, he was named a Scholar of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and concentrated on the study of international law

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World Speaks Space Series Nebraska College of Law

(9 days ago) Cooperation between different actors is essential for the successful exploration and use of outer space. From the practicing lawyer’s perspective, this cooperation can mean that it becomes necessary to understand different perspectives on the same sets of legal rules. Conversing about space law for the purpose of enhancing our understanding of space law and of each other’s

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Elana Zeide Nebraska College of Law

(2 days ago) Elana Zeide teaches, researches, and writes about privacy and the legal, policy, and ethical implications of data-driven systems and artificial intelligence. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and part of its new interdisciplinary Nebraska Governance and Technology Center. Her work focuses on the modern day permanent record and how new

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3-3 Program Information Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Policy The 3-3 Law Program allows qualified undergraduate students to begin studies at the University of Nebraska College of Law after three years of undergraduate studies. Students admitted to the program will use the credit hours awarded in the first year at the College of Law to complete their undergraduate degree requirements. The 3-3 Law Program allows students to receive

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SPACE, CYBER, AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW

(5 days ago) Law’s Eilene M. Galloway Symposium for its 13th symposium, “Critical Issues in Space Law” on December 5 at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. The conference is organized and run by Nebraska Law Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law Advisory Board President and Adjunct Professor Dennis Burnett. Nebraska Law also

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Adam Thimmesch Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) Professor Adam Thimmesch joined the faculty in 2012. His research focuses largely on state taxing jurisdiction and tax compliance issues. His articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including the Virginia Tax Review, the Florida Tax Review, the Utah Law Review, the Denver Law Review, and the Temple Law Review. He frequently speaks at academic and professional

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Schaefer Serves as Panelist for the 2021

(Just Now) 20 Oct 2021 . Professor Matthew Schaefer, Veronica A. Haggart and Charles R. Work Professor of International Trade Law and Founding Co-Director of the Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law Program, served as a panelist for t he 2021 Allen L. Poucher Lecture on October 13, 2021. The 2021 Allen L. Poucher Lecture was created by Betty Poucher, Elizabeth …

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Employer Information Nebraska College of Law

(6 days ago) The Law College also offers students the opportunity to earn academic credit by developing an externship with an employer. Before posting for an unpaid position, please familiarize yourself with the FLSA standards link make sure you will not be in violation of federal wage laws. If you are posting a volunteer position, please be sure it is

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Elsbeth Magilton Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Biography. E lsbeth Magilton is the Executive Director of the new Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC) and the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law program where she oversees development, growth, and operations.She is also the Executive Producer for Tech Refactored, a podcast from the NGTC at the University of Nebraska.. She has been quoted in The Atlantic, The Verge, …

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Nebraska Governance and Technology Center

(Just Now) The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center has announced its second class of student fellows, with students from graduate programs across the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Members of the class come from a diverse range of programs — from integrated media communications and computer engineering to law — but share an interest in exploring the pressing issues technology

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U.S. STRATCOM Advanced Operational Law Conference

(3 days ago) The Annual Advanced Operational Law ConferenceU.S. Strategic Command Due to pandemic protocols and other situational obstacles, the conference has been postponed indefinitely for 2021 and likely 2022. Information on any future events will be sent to prior conference attendees and posted here.

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Children’s Justice Attorney Education Program

(Just Now) Nebraska College of Law; Children’s Justice Attorney Education Program; Children’s Justice Attorney Education Program . 1 Start 2 Complete . First Name Required. Last Name Required. Firm/Organization Required. Email Address Required. Phone Number Required.

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Ruser Releases Guide for Criminal Law Practitioners

(Just Now) Professor Kevin Ruser published the 2021 edition of his book, The Nebraska Criminal Law Practitioner’s Guide to Representing Non-Citizens in State Court Proceedings. The Guide is designed to help Nebraska criminal law practitioners meet their Sixth Amendment obligation to advise their non-citizen clients of the immigration consequences of state criminal proceedings in which

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Sandra B. Placzek Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Professor Placzek joined the Schmid Law Library faculty in October 1998 as an Assistant Professor and Reference Librarian. She received her B.A. in Art History from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1986, her J.D. from Creighton University School of Law in 1993, and a Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas-Austin in 1995.

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Matthew Schaefer Nebraska College of Law

(7 days ago) Matthew Schaefer is the Veronica A. Haggart and Charles R. Work Professor of International Trade Law and Founding Co-Director of the Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law Program. He has over two decades of law teaching experience and has taught courses in international law, international trade law, international business transactions, foreign relations law and policy,

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News Archive Nebraska College of Law

(3 days ago) Nebraska Law’s Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law Program hosts numerous conferences and events every year, including an annual space law conference in Washington, D.C. that features faculty-authored white papers, invite-only government-industry round-tables, public sessions, and partnerships with leading think tanks and agencies.

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Roger W. Kirst Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) Professor Kirst joined the faculty in 1974 and is a Professor of Law. In 1970 he received his J.D. degree from Stanford Law School where he served as a member of the Stanford Law Review. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1971 and the Nebraska Bar in 1974. He was employed as an associate by a New York City law firm from 1970-71 and served in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps from

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Strategic Plan Nebraska College of Law

(5 days ago) Nebraska Law is committed to rigorous, relevant, creative, and diverse scholarship that reaches lawyers, leaders, scholars, and the public. Through our impactful research and service to society we advance justice and contribute to a brighter future.

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Josephine (Jo) R. Potuto Nebraska College of Law

(2 days ago) Professor Potuto joined the faculty in 1974. She currently teaches Federal Jurisdiction, Constitutional Law, Sports Law, and Criminal Procedure. She also maintains a special interest in Conflict of Laws and Appellate Advocacy and, among other courses, has taught Mass Communications, Civil Procedure, Contract and Criminal Law. In 2003 Potuto received the Nebraska Alumni

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Joint Degree Journalism Nebraska College of Law

(4 days ago) For more information on the law portion of the joint program, contact: Admissions Office. College of Law. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Lincoln, NE 68583-0902. (402) 472-2161. For more information on the journalism and mass communications portion of the Joint Program, write to: …

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Frans von der Dunk Nebraska College of Law

(9 days ago) International Satellite Communications Law Law 784 (1 cr hr) The branch of space law which is focused most on practical and commercial applications without a doubt is the satellite communications sector. The present class will address the specific legal regimes dealing with satellite communications law in particular at the international level.

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Civil Trial & Procedure Nebraska College of Law

(8 days ago) She is an American Bar Association Fellow (limited to 1/3 of 1% of lawyers) and served as State Chair from 2010-2014). She has been a Great Plains Super Lawyer in Business Law and Family Law since 2009 and is a regular speaker at the annual family law seminar. Read more about Jane Langan Mach

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