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January 2012
Boyd News
Philip Pro Lectureship in Legal History with Frank Zimring
2/13/2012 • 6:00 p.m. Thomas & Mack Moot Court
This year's Philip Pro Lectureship will be delivered by Professor Zimring of the University of California Berkeley School of Law on the topic his latest book...
Boyd News

13th Annual Public Interest Law Association Auction
2/10/2012 • 5:30-7:30 p.m. Fremont Hotel & Casino
The purpose of the auction is to raise funding for summer internship grants for Boyd students working in the public sector...

Boyd News
Alumnus Ryan McInerney Named 2011-12 Capital Fellow
Boyd alumnus Ryan McInerney '11 has been named a Capital Fellow for 2011-12. McInerney will be one of the 10 named to the Judicial Administration Fellowship portion of the program....


Miles Dickson: The Connector
Vegas Seven
- January 26, 2011
Miles Dickson '11

How Floyd Mayweather Avoided a Knockout In Court
The Legal Blitz
- January 26, 2011
Professor Addie C. Rolnick

SOPA legislation stirs debate about Web
Fox 5 News
(Video) - January 17, 2011
Professor Marketa Trimble

Con law seminar makes you appreciate the Constitution
Las Vegas Review-Journal
- December 16 , 2011
Boyd School of Law continuing legal education (CLE) program

Professor Nancy Rapoport on Ethics in Bankruptcy
Bloomberg Law Podcast
(Audio) - December 15 , 2011
Professor Nancy B. Rapoport

Legislative "police powers" said to trump U.S. Constitution
Nevada Policy Research Institute
- December 5 , 2011
Professor Thomas B. McAffee

Special Report: Internet Gaming and Nevada Suitability Standards -- A Practical Guide
Gambling Compliance (subscription required) - November 10, 2011
Adjunct professors Bob Faiss and Greg Gemignani of law firm Lionel Sawyer & Collins explain the significance of the Nevada suitability process from an online perspective.


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