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E-Newsletter of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law | March 2010

Dear Colleague,

This E-Newsletter is devoted to interesting scholarship and news about faculty, alumni, and students at UNLV's Boyd School of Law. We welcome your comments and suggestions for future contributions.

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Professor Jeffrey Stempel Wins Liberty Mutual Prize
In February 2010, Professor Jeffrey Stempel was named the winner of the Liberty Mutual Prize. The prize is awarded annually for an exceptional article on the law of property and casualty insurance, its regulation and corporate governance.
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Legal Clinic
 
Thomas & Mack Legal Clinic Weaves Scholarship with Service
The Boyd School of Law’s clinical studies program consistently rates among the top programs in the nation, due largely to its innovative clinician-scholar model. The founding vision of the Boyd School of Law included a strong clinical studies program, a “law firm within the law school” where providing law students with hands-on experience
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Gaming Law Journal
 
Boyd School of Law to Launch Gaming Law Journal
The William S. Boyd School of Law, with support from the International Masters of Gaming Law, is in the process of launching a new scholarly journal: the UNLV Gaming Law Journal. The first issue will be published in spring 2010.
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Boyd Alumnus Jeremy Aguero Makes His Mark in Nevada
For more than a decade Jeremy Aguero ’04 has steadily built a strong reputation in Nevada as an expert in economic, fiscal and policy analysis. He formed Applied Analysis, a Nevada-based advisory firm, in 1997 and has become a trusted expert on the Nevada economy.
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Saltman Center Offers Summer Institute in Dispute Resolution

The Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution at UNLV's Boyd School of Law will be offering a Summer Institute, commencing in May 2010. We will provide two-credit courses in mediation, negotiation, and workplace dispute resolution. These courses will be open to lawyers, law students, and other professionals, and each course will qualify for 24 Nevada CLE credits. Please see the brochure for more information, and feel free to distribute this widely.

Website: click here | Brochure (PDF): click here | Application (PDF): click here

 
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