The William Mitchell Center for Law and Business will celebrate its fourth anniversary with a CLE program on Leading Businesses through Transition: The Process and Pitfalls of Business Succession Planning, and reception, sponsored by Stinson Leonard Street, on Tuesday, May 12 from 3–6 pm in the William Mitchell Auditorium. Continue reading
William Mitchell has received an $89,000 grant from Access Group, Inc. to design and implement an evaluation of the hybrid, on-campus/online program at Mitchell. Continue reading
William Mitchell students Andrew Wilson, 2L, and Robert Yount, 3L, took third place in the Thurgood A. Marshall Memorial Moot Court Competition, on Friday, March 27, 2015, in Washington, D.C. Continue reading
The William Mitchell Intellectual Property Institute and the LegalCORPS Inventor Assistance Program will present a panel discussion on the Advancement of Women in IP Practice, sponsored by Patterson Thuente IP, on Monday, Apr. 20, from 1:30-3:00 pm, in the William Mitchell Auditorium.
William Mitchell President and Dean Eric S. Janus will speak at spring commencement on Sunday, May 17, 2015. Continue reading
Stephen R. Lewis, Jr., a member of the William Mitchell board of trustees, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 22nd Annual Mutual Fund Industry Awards on Thursday, Mar. 26, at the Mandarin Oriental in New York City. Continue reading
William Mitchell students Nodira Ismoilova, 3L, and Thomas Loonan, 3L, were named semi-finalists in the regional rounds of the 6th Annual Transactional LawMeet, placing in the top third of the regional competition in February. Continue reading
William Mitchell College of Law Professor Gregory M. Duhl has been awarded the Rolf and Nancy Engh Distinguished Professorship. Rolf ’82 and Nancy Engh’s leadership giving was part of the success of the recent If Not For Mitchell Campaign. Continue reading
The William Mitchell Intellectual Property Institute and Cybaris®, an Intellectual Property Law Review will present a CLE on Patent Quality and Eligibility Post-Alice on Tuesday, Apr. 7 from 1–5 pm, in the William Mitchell Auditorium. Continue reading
Two law school hockey teams will face off for the last time, as Mitchell’s Fighting Eelpouts compete against the Hamline University School of Law Pipers in the Res Ipsa Cup. The two law schools are on track to become one, pending ABA approval for the creation of Mitchell|Hamline School of Law. Continue reading
Judicial clerkships are counted among the most prestigious opportunities available to law school students upon graduation, but they’re also extraordinarily competitive. With the help of faculty and staff, William Mitchell students secure new judicial clerkships each year, pursuing opportunities in state and federal courts.
William Mitchell students once again brought home the Top Team Advocates and Top Brief honors from the National Native American Law Students Association moot court competition. Joshua Peterson and Scott Jurchisin won first place in both categories at the competition held this past weekend at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Continue reading
Minneapolis “Lawyer of the Year” winner calls the combination “a major step in the right direction”
Prominent Twin Cities attorney Clifford Greene wrote a commentary in support of the Mitchell and Hamline combination that appeared in the Thursday, March 5 edition of the Star Tribune. Continue reading