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Denise Fort

Professor Denise Fort Discusses Tribal Water Marketing
February 29, 2012
Professor Denise Fort presented a talk titled, “Policy Questions Concerning Tribal Water Marketing” at the American Bar Association’s 30th Annual Water Law Conference in late February.

Fritz

Professor Chris Fritz Looks at Constitutional Issues in New Essays
February 27, 2012
Professor Chris Fritz addresses America’s constitutional tradition in two essays that were recently published in leading national forums.

Professor Nathalie Martin

Law School Hosts Foreclosure Assistance Weekend
February 27, 2012
Homeowners worried about foreclosure will receive help from New Mexico’s housing counselors, major banks, and financial planning experts in a free, four‐day foreclosure assistance event from March 15-18 at the University of New Mexico School of Law.

Professor Rob Schwartz

Professor Rob Schwartz Addresses Public Health Issue in Op-ed
February 13, 2012
In an op-ed published in the Feb. 11 edition of the Albuquerque Journal, Professor Rob Schwartz discusses a federal rule that extends all preventive services, including contraceptive services, to women who are insured through their employers.

Kevin Washburn

Dean Kevin Washburn Speaks to Senate Panel on Internet Gaming
February 9, 2012
Dean Kevin Washburn testified about the potential impact of Internet gaming on Indian gambling enterprises before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on Feb. 9.

Trial Practice

Students Learn by Doing in Evidence/Trial Practice
February 9, 2012
Every fall semester, Professor Barbara Bergman leads students in a unique learning-by-doing opportunity when she combines two law school staples into one course: Evidence and Trial Practice.

Professor Marsha Baum

Professor Marsha Baum Gives Keynote Address to Meteorologists
February 6, 2012
Professor Marsha Baum was the invited keynote speaker at the Certified Consulting Meteorologists Forum on Ethics, which took place at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in New Orleans in late January.

Professor Moore

Humanitarian Law in Africa Focus of Professor Moore's New Book
February 6, 2012
Professor Jennifer Moore’s latest book, Humanitarian Law in Action within Africa, was published by Oxford University Press in early February. In the book, Moore studies the role and application of humanitarian law by focusing on African countries that are emerging from civil wars.

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