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UNM School of Law Wild Friends program receives $50,000 grant
November 18, 2020

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New Mexico and Texas have been fighting over water since long before 1974. But that was the year that Texas sued New Mexico in the U.S. Supreme Court over water usage from the Pecos River, leading to a decree in 1988 resolving the case. The dispute over the Pecos River recently returned to the Supreme Court and UNM Law Professor Reed Benson is reporting on it for SCOTUSblog.com. Read More about UNM School of Law Wild Friends program receives $50,000 grant

UNM Law Professor lends his expertise to SCOTUSblog coverage of state water dispute
October 19, 2020

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New Mexico and Texas have been fighting over water since long before 1974. But that was the year that Texas sued New Mexico in the U.S. Supreme Court over water usage from the Pecos River, leading to a decree in 1988 resolving the case. The dispute over the Pecos River recently returned to the Supreme Court and UNM Law Professor Reed Benson is reporting on it for SCOTUSblog.com. Read More about UNM Law Professor lends his expertise to SCOTUSblog coverage of state water dispute

UNM alumnus Stuart Butzier appointed president of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
September 25, 2020

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The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation announced the appointment of UNM alumnus Stuart Butzier (Class of 1989) as the President of the foundation in late July. Butzier will serve a one-year term as President, a multi-year term on the RMMLF’s Board, and received a life-long term as a Trustee of the organization. Read More about UNM alumnus Stuart Butzier appointed president of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

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