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Professor Larson interviewed by KSTP-TV

Professor of Law David Larson was interviewed by KSTP-TV regarding a football coach who was reinstated to his position following determinations by a judge and arbitrator.More

Coben Journal Purchased by CCH Hong Kong

Tan Pan: The Chinese-English Journal on Negotiation, a peer-reviewed journal co-founded and co-edited by Professor James Coben has been purchased by CCH Hong Kong (a Wolters Kluwer publishing imprint).More

Law Prof. Sundeen participates on panel

Law Professor Sharon K. Sandeen will participate on a panel on April 27, 2014 following an upcoming play, "The History of Invulnerability," presented by the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company.More

Hamline Law Alums Recommended for 6th District Judicial Vacancies

The Commission on Judicial Selection has recommended four candidates to Governor Mark Dayton for consideration to fill two current in Minnesota’s Sixth Judicial District. Jill Eichenwald Cornwell JD '92 and Theresa Neo JD '01 are among the four who were recommended.More

From Dean Jean Holloway, April 2014

In my few short months at the law school, I’ve been impressed by the dedication of the faculty and staff, and their commitment to continually challenge the status quo in the classroom and seek out new ways to truly equip students for their future careers.More

Larry King, '76 Hamline Law Dean's Board of Advisors

It is with great sadness that Hamline University School of Law learned of the death in late March of Larry King JD ’76, after a courageous battle with brain cancer.More

Hamline Law Makes National Jurist's Honor Roll for Delivering Practical Training

Hamline University School of Law was recently named among the top 60 law schools in the country for delivering practical training to students by The National Jurist magazine.More

Fredrikson & Byron Foundation Grant Supports Dean’s Summer Fellows Program

Hamline University School of Law has received a generous grant from the Fredrikson & Byron Foundation to help expand the law school’s Dean’s Summer Fellowship program for the next three years.More

Professor Pope Receives Grant to Develop Hospice Guidelines

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Hamline Law Professor and Director of the Health Law Institute  Thaddeus Pope , along with David Casarett, M.D., of the University of Pennsylvania and chief medical officer of Penn-Wissahickon Hospice, have been awarded a grant to outline  Ethical and Legal Obligations of Hospice Staff When Their Patients Receive Aid in Dying .  More

Dan Lew JD '95 becomes Minnesota's first Asian-Pacific American Chief Public Defender

Daniel Lew JD '95 has been named chief public defender for the Sixth Judicial District and becomes the first Asian-Pacific American to be named to the post in Minnesota.More

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