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Mizzou Law Continues to Increase Career Opportunities for Students through Networking Events

November 13th, 2013

At Mizzou Law, the faculty and staff know a thing or two about how to help students build future careers for themselves. However, sometimes students do not understand there is more to obtaining a job than just

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Mizzou Law Arbitration Teams Won ABA Regional Competition, Head to Nationals

November 12th, 2013

Congratulations to the Mizzou Law arbitration teams that won the American Bar Association Regional Arbitration Competition with an undefeated record.  For the fourth consecutive year, the law school will send a team to the national tournament in

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“Pirates of Cyberspace” Focus of Prof. Cherry’s Symposium Contribution

November 8th, 2013

Prof. Miriam Cherry was featured in an online symposium on the book, The Electronic Silk Road, written by Prof. Anupam Chander of the UC Davis School of Law. Her contribution, “Pirates of Cyberspace,” analyzed differing local and

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Professor Publishes Article on Cultural Heritage Law

November 7th, 2013

The Transnational Dispute Management Journal recently published an article written by Prof. S.I. Strong in a special issue, “Art and Heritage Disputes in International and Comparative Law.” Prof. Strong’s contribution, “Rubin Redux: Rights Balancing in Cultural Heritage

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Prof. Uphoff Comments on Ryan Ferguson Case as Expert in Wrongful Convictions

November 7th, 2013

Prof. Rod Uphoff has recently been sought by the media as an expert in wrongful convictions concerning the case of a Columbia man. In 2005, Ryan Ferguson was convicted of the robbery and murder of Columbia Tribune

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