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The Journal of Dispute Resolution announces student comments for Spring 2020 issue

The Journal of Dispute Resolution is proud to announce that the following student comments have been selected for publication in the Spring 2020 issue:   “A Break in the Cycle: Applying ADR Principles to Inner-Prison Conflicts” by Eli Dodge “The Negotiation of Patent Prosecution: Reason to Avoid the Anchor” by Kevin Johnston “The Grass is Always Greener: Applying ADR to…

Featured Alumnus: David Radunsky

David Radunsky began his legal studies at Mizzou in the fall of 1968. He loved law school and studying law, which developed into a desire to teach. In a discussion about his potential teaching career, Dean Willard Eckhart explained that the “modern” career track was to practice for a couple of years before seeking a teaching position. A discussion with Professor Hal…

Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica Visits With Mizzou Law Students and Faculty

On Thursday, February 6, Prime Minister Andrew Holness of Jamaica and Her Excellency Audrey Marks, the Jamaican Ambassador to Washington visited with students in Hulston Hall. 2L Carley Johansson shared her thoughts with us: What makes a place like Mizzou Law so special is the opportunity to be in incredible places with incredible people. On February 6, a small group…

BETR Articles and White Papers Publication Announcement

The Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review (“BETR”) is proud to announce the following student-written articles that were selected for publication in our Spring 2020 issue:   Clayton Alexander Game Over? How Video Game Console Makers are Speeding Toward an Antitrust Violation Christian Hodgson On the Effort to Discover and Eliminate Offshore Tax Abuse Douglas Mann Cleaning Up and Cashing Out: Using Financial…

MU Law Veterans Clinic Participates in Lathrop Gage Lunch and Learn

The MU Law Veterans Clinic recently participated in a lunch-and-learn event honoring veterans, hosted by Kansas City law firm Lathrop Gage. Lathrop Gage diversity and inclusion director Vanessa Vaugh West organized the picnic-style lunch which featured a salute to the firm’s veterans and military family members. Keith Starr of Military Matters, an organization devoted to pairing veterans in need of…

New grant gives boost to MU School of Law Innocence Clinic

The grant totaling nearly $500,000, from the U.S. Department of Justice will help MU law students and the Midwest Innocence Project review a backlog of cases of possible innocence involving Missourians Contact: Sara Diedrich 573-882-3243 diedrichs@missouri.edu  COLUMBIA, Mo. – For more than 10 years, students at the University of Missouri School of Law have been working with the Midwest Innocence…

Mizzou Law Faculty and Alumni Honored by Mizzou Alumni Association

Three of Mizzou Law’s very own have been selected for the 2019 Faculty-Alumni Awards, which will be presented on Friday, November 15 at a banquet in Reynolds Alumni Center. Faculty and Alumni are recognized for outstanding professional and personal achievements. Class of ’85 graduate William M. Corrigan is an accomplished trial attorney who has consistently been listed in The Best…

Cyberweek 2019 to be held November 18-22

The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution will be holding the online Cyberweek 2019 conference from November 18-22. Throughout the week there will be presentations, demonstrations and podcasts from various industry professionals and will include discussions regarding online dispute resolution and technology on multiple fronts. You can register for free or review the week’s agenda here.…

Ninth Annual University of Missouri Patent Law Moot Court Competition

On Friday, November 15, Mizzou Law hosted the Ninth Annual University of Missouri Patent Law Moot Court Competition. Thirteen students wrote briefs and presented oral arguments in a mock-version of a pending infringement lawsuit involving a patented device for 3D modeling of orthodontistry. Overall winner of the competition this year (brief + arguments) was Kevin Johnston who will receive the…