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Students learn to think like judges

Students learn to think like judges

May 13, 2016 — In what’s likely the only class of its kind in the country, New Mexico Court of Appeals judges teach students how to think like a judge. In Appellate Decision Making, UNM Law School students learn how judges think about a case. They learn how judges go...

Making headlines while improving lives

Making headlines while improving lives

May 04, 2016 — Garrett Adcock has been in the news for his intelligence, versatility on the Lobo football field, and most of all, for his extensive community service.

Amicus brief from UNM law school faculty receives national attention

Amicus brief from UNM law school faculty receives national attention

April 27, 2016 — Two faculty members in the Law and Indigenous Peoples Program at The University of New Mexico School of Law combined their expertise in Indian law to write an amicus brief that has received national attention. Creel and LaVelle collaborated to draft and...

Students learn to control the courtroom from the pros

Students learn to control the courtroom from the pros

April 01, 2016 — The six students knew the practice sessions and preparation for the Mock Trial Competition would be intense. But they also knew that there would be a great payoff: Steve and Andy Scholl would train them to be trial lawyers, not mock trial...

UNM law students win national tax law competition

UNM law students win national tax law competition

February 15, 2016 — Surprise and elation spread across the faces of UNM Law School students Frank Cardoza and Scott Woody at a dinner during the midyear meeting of the ABA’s Section of Taxation.

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