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William Mitchell presents: Networking in the New Economy

A three-part seminar on making connections, building relationships, and finding a job. The William Mitchell College of Law Office of Career and Professional Development and Alumni Association present Networking in the New Economy, a free three-part series for Mitchell students and alumni on making connections, building relationships, and finding a job. Continue reading →

Mitchell students work for renters’ rights during foreclosure crisis

By Joe Mielenhausen Second-year student Janet Neidt came to William Mitchell College of Law to accomplish two things: study the law and gain real-world experience. Thanks to the Minnesota Justice Foundation and the college’s Community Development Clinic, she’s also accomplished a third: make a positive impact on her community. Continue reading →

Mitchell professor, students honored for their integrity, compassion, and courage

The Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is a professional law fraternity dedicated to advancing integrity, compassion, and courage among law school students and professors, as well as people working in the legal profession. Its members include Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Supreme Court Justices Samuel …

William Mitchell College of Law, World Without Genocide announce affiliation

This fall, students at William Mitchell College of Law will have more opportunities to make a positive impact on their communities. Beginning in August, World Without Genocide, a non-profit organization currently headquartered in Edina, Minn., will move its offices to the college and provide students with real-world experience working to end …

Faculty in the news

Following is a summary of Mitchell faculty and programs recently featured in the media. Professor Ken Port, the director of William Mitchell’s Intellectual Property Institute, was quoted in the June 11 edition of the …

Mitchell students study the law in London

More than 40 William Mitchell students recently returned from in an in-depth study of current issues in counterterrorism, international dispute resolution, comparative criminal law, and corporate governance with international experts at the Mitchell in London program. Continue reading →

Iris C. Freeman named associate director of the Center for Elder Justice and Policy

Iris C. Freeman has been named associate director of the Center for Elder Justice and Policy at William Mitchell College of Law, which serves as a conduit for moving knowledge from an academic setting into the hands of policymakers and advocates who are shaping the nature of elder law and policy. Freeman has been an adjunct …