Mitchell faculty in the news

Following is a list of some of the recent media stories in which Mitchell faculty are featured or quoted:

President and Dean Eric Janus was included in the Star Tribune’s coverage of a symposium at William Mitchell College of Law on treating sex offenders. Janus co-hosted the forum with Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson.

Read the complete article in the Star Tribune.

The forum was also the focus of a Star Tribune editorial  by D.J. Tice.

 

Professor Greg Duhl was quoted in a story picked up by Fox Business about people who do illegal things and then brag about them on the internet. The story originally appeared at carinsurance.com.

Read the complete article from Fox Business.

 

Professor Ted Sampsell-Jones is quoted in a Star Tribune article about the case he argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Sampsell-Jones argued that the federal government’s use of a computer hacking statute is overly broad and has national implications.

Read the complete article in the Star Tribune.

 

Professor Peter Knapp is quoted in a Star Tribune article about how a student working with Mitchell’s clinical program successfully argued a case in which the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that the state and Wal-Mart were wrong to deny unemployment benefits to a Shoreview man.

Read the complete article in the Star Tribune.

 

Professor Sarah Deer is mentioned in an Indian Country article about efforts to stop sex trafficking of Native Americans.

Read the complete article in Indian Country.

 

William Mitchell College of Law was mentioned in a Mankato Free Press article about anniversary commemorations of the U.S.-Dakota Conflict. The article refers to the Dakota War of 1862 exhibit currently on display through March 30.

Read the complete article in the Free Press.

Professor Jim Hilbert is quoted in a St. Paul Pioneer Press story about a proposed diversity plan for St. Paul schools. The proposal uses test scores rather than race to determine school populations.

Read the complete article in the Pioneer Press.