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Tax Fair

Free Income Tax Controversy Fair for Low-Income Individuals
September 29, 2015
Low-income individuals who have income tax problems with the IRS can get brief advice from UNM Clinical Law Students at an upcoming free Income Tax Controversy Fair.

Udall Interns

Udall interns learn federal Indian policy first-hand
September 22, 2015
Melanie Ben ('17) and Christine Jordan ('16) spent ten weeks in Washington D.C. this summer they will cherish forever.

Food for Thought

UNM Law School helps make Food for Thought a smashing success
September 10, 2015
UNM School of Law graduates Mia Touchet, Rachel Higgins, Kelly Sanchez, and Wendy York have helped the Albuquerque Public Schools Title I Homeless Project for the past three years.

Summer Work Experience

Summer work experiences in Indian Law
September 10, 2015
Reed Benson, Weihofen Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law, has been named Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Water and the Environment at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada.

UNM Law School Professor Carol Suzuki

Bioethics writing seminar examines legal and ethical issues in medicine and healthcare
September 9, 2015
This semester, UNM School of Law Professor Carol Suzuki is co-teaching a Bioethics writing seminar with Dr. Aroop Mangalik, a retired internist and oncologist from UNMH-Health Sciences Center, former Chair of the UNM-BioMedical Ethics Committee, and current member of the UNM Ethics Institute.

Beyond the classroom: students work at Indian Law nonprofits

Beyond the classroom: students work at Indian Law nonprofits
September 8, 2015
The UNM Law School's commitment to providing students with a quality education goes beyond the classroom. With the help of the Office of Student & Career Services, three students pursuing Indian Law worked in nonprofit organizations this summer.

Alaska Networking

Networking in Alaska
September 8, 2015
Two UNM Law School students had an all-expenses paid opportunity to learn, network and enjoy 20 hours of sunlight in Anchorage, Alaska this summer.

Public policy internships

Interns receive hands-on experience in tribal and federal Indian law
September 8, 2015
UNM School of Law's proximity to a number of surrounding tribes and pueblos lends itself to excellent opportunities for students to get hands-on experience in both tribal law and federal Indian law.

Reed Benson

UNM Law School professor awarded Fulbright Scholarship
September 8, 2015
Reed Benson, Weihofen Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law, has been named Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Water and the Environment at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada.

Students work in Indian Law for private firms this summer

Students work in Indian Law for private firms this summer
September 8, 2015
UNM School of Law's proximity to a number of surrounding tribes and pueblos lends itself to excellent opportunities for students to get hands-on experience in both tribal law and federal Indian law.

Max Minzner

Professor Max Minzner named General Council for the Federal Energy Commission
September 4, 2015
UNM Law Professor Max Minzer has been named General Council for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).