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UI College of Law First-Year Enrollment Increases Despite Nationwide Downturn
Posted: Thursday, August 29 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Contrary to national and regional trends, the University of Idaho College of Law (Idaho Law) is showing increases in enrollment, diversity and total applications. “The excellence of our programs comes from the combined efforts of many people,” said Michael Satz, interim dean. “But the end result is that a law degree from the University of Idaho provides cou...
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Law | Michael A. Satz | University of Idaho Boise | News Release | Office of the President | President's Office
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UI’s Bellwood Lecture Centers on Justice for All in a Changing America
Posted: Monday, July 8 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho’s College of Law will host national leader in civil rights law, Morris Dees, co-founder and chief trial counsel for the Southern Poverty Law Center, during the Oct. 8 Bellwood Memorial Lecture Series. “Morris Dees’ work at the Southern Poverty Law Center has had a profound influence fighting hate and bigotry in the United States,&rd...
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Law | Michael A. Satz | News Release
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Idahoans Aren’t Getting the Legal Help They Need
Posted: Friday, June 21 2013
BOISE, Idaho – Tens of thousands of low to moderate income Idahoans are not getting their legal needs met, according to a University of Idaho report being released today. The study, performed by the College of Law and the Social Science Research Unit, is the first step in identifying needs and working to make improvements. The college and other policy makers will use the results to make d...
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Law | Michael A. Satz | Patrick D. Costello | News Release
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Building a Meeting Place Between Disciplines: University of Idaho Offers Law for Architects
Posted: Tuesday, October 26 2010
Written by Donna Emert MOSCOW, Idaho – It takes a whole village to build a house, or a housing tract. It’s a big, diverse, multi-stakeholder village that can include architects, contractors, developers, home owners, brokers, planners, engineers and attorneys. Extensive land development and construction can require primary contracts, subcontracts, leases, loans, insurance and other agreements....
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Law | Art & Architecture | Michael A. Satz | Román Montoto | News Release | Architecture | Idaho at Glance | Register Features
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