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for: ‘August, 2018’

Director of Alumni Engagement and Student Life

The University of St. Thomas has an immediate opening for a Director of Alumni Engagement and Student Life within the School of Law with 7 years of professional experience in development, alumni relations, or a related field. Preferred qualifications include a J.D. and a minimum of five years of legal experience. Interested candidates are encouraged […]

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Associate Attorney

Hansen, Dordell, Bradt, Odlaug & Bradt, P.L.L.P., a midsize AV rated firm in Arden Hills, has an opening for an associate attorney with 1 – 3 plus years’ experience in workers’ compensation litigation, and experience in business/commercial transactions is a plus. We offer a collegial working environment with attorneys who are recognized leaders in their […]

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ABA House of Delegates passes immigration resolution sponsored by MSBA

ABA Resolution 10C urges immigration reform addressing children separated from their parents at the United States border The House of Delegates of the American Bar Association (ABA) today adopted Resolution 10C (text) calling on Congress and the executive branch to immediately cease separating children and their parents at the border.  The resolution, which was initiated […]

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LLM in Transnational Commercial Practice

LLM in Transnational Commercial Practice 2-week sessions in Budapest, Shanghai, and/or Warsaw, plus distance-learning courses. Center for International Legal Studies.

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Visiting Professorships for Senior Lawyers

Visiting Professorships for Senior Lawyers Short-term pro bono teaching assignments in Eastern Europe, former Soviet Republics, and Asia. Center for International Legal Studies

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Attorney Wanted – Faegre Baker Daniels

The global law firm of Faegre Baker Daniels LLP is actively recruiting an associate to join the transactional Real Estate practice group in our Minneapolis or Denver office. Faegre Baker Daniels is an AmLaw 100 firm with offices located throughout the U.S., Asia and the UK. The attorney will be involved in real estate matters […]

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Attorney Wanted

The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board is seeking a Rulemaking Specialist to manage and direct the administrative rulemaking process for PELSB, including managing all administrative law procedures, working with stakeholders, board members, and board staff in the development of the rules, and advising board members and board staff on the rulemaking process. The incumbent […]

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Understanding ‘Risk Assessment’ Tools

What they are and the role they play in the criminal justice system: a primer The concept of “risk assessment” in the justice system has proliferated alongside other terms such as “evidence-based practices,” “risk algorithms,” “big data,” and “machine learning.” While these terms and topics are related, they are not all synonymous. Not all risk assessments […]

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So you are going to trial

How to prepare for the case that doesn’t settle Once upon a time, it could reasonably be argued that trial preparation began when a case was filed, if not before. Today, however, with 90 percent of civil cases settling before trial, case preparation is often focused on achieving a positive settlement. At some point in […]

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Guest or Tenant?

The relationship between temporary lodging establishments and the landlord/tenant statutes, and why it matters. Among property rights, the right to exclude is considered the most significant. Where a landlord/tenant relationship exists, the landlord’s right to exclude is predicated on the landlord’s obtaining a court order granting eviction against the tenant. Irrespective of the basis for […]

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