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Two law students receive stipends from the natural resources & environmental law program for summer work
April 28, 2022

Jackie Munro and Kate Tara
UNM’s Natural Resources and Environmental Law Program has awarded stipends to two students who will work this summer in otherwise-unpaid positions in environmental law.  The students and their summer 2022 employers are Jackie Munro (Class of ’24) with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center, and Kate Tara (Class of ’23) with American Rivers. Read More about Two law students receive stipends from the natural resources & environmental law program for summer work

Students from UNM School of Law Natural Resources and Environmental Law Clinic Argued for Stronger Protections in Ozone Precursor Regulations for NM Oil and Gas Regulations
April 15, 2022

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Students from UNM School of Law Natural Resources and Environmental Law Clinic Argued for Stronger Protections in Ozone Precursor Regulations for NM Oil and Gas Regulations Read More about Students from UNM School of Law Natural Resources and Environmental Law Clinic Argued for Stronger Protections in Ozone Precursor Regulations for NM Oil and Gas Regulations

Border Justice Initiative Inaugural “Border Justice Intensive”: A Spring Break 2022 Service-Learning Opportunity Course
April 14, 2022

Border Justice Intensive students at the New Mexico court house
The Border Justice Initiative just completed its initial “Border Justice Intensive,” a service-learning opportunity course that immersed students in experience and advocacy about legal issues faced by communities and families at the New Mexico and Texas border with Mexico. Read More about Border Justice Initiative Inaugural “Border Justice Intensive”: A Spring Break 2022 Service-Learning Opportunity Course

Students and Professors Work Together on New Mexico Supreme Court Case
March 11, 2022

Student law school supreme court case
Professor Barbara Creel, along with students from the New Mexico Innocence and Justice Project, just argued a motion to reopen a record on a long-running case and to allow for DNA expertise. Over the course of the years, many individuals have worked tirelessly on this case. Students have assisted on research for the appellate briefing, helped review the records, volunteered their time to learn and practice the argument, craft questions, and research the cases on Exculpatory cited by the State, and the case briefs. Read More about Students and Professors Work Together on New Mexico Supreme Court Case

Talk by John Leshy hosted by Natural Resources and Environmental Law Program
March 2, 2022

Our Common Ground book cover and author John Leshy
On Tuesday, April 19, the Natural Resources and Environmental Law Program will be hosting a talk by John Leshy. Leshy's new book, Our Common Ground, published by Yale University Press, will be released on March 1. John Leshy is emeritus professor at U.C. Hastings College of the Law and former Solicitor (general counsel) of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Read More about Talk by John Leshy hosted by Natural Resources and Environmental Law Program

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