We’ll be doing some server maintenance in the near future, and our website may be inaccessible—for part of a day. Our IT Services Department will be relocating the data center, causing the Mitchell website to go offline on Saturday, Aug. 2. Continue reading →
When students and faculty from 12 law schools traveled to England this summer for Mitchell in London, we asked them to share their experiences on social media. The results are brilliant! Continue reading →
Star Tribune’s Maura Lerner reports on students in Mitchell’s Indian Law Clinic serving as public defenders in tribal courts on the Bois Forte and Menominee reservations. Read On campus beat: Law students serve as public defenders on startribune.com
Professor John Sonsteng was on KSTP-TV’s 5 pm news Tuesday and Wednesday nights discussing developments in the Byron Smith case. Watch the video below. Continue reading →
Technology has changed everything—from the way we communicate to the way we shop, travel, date, and learn. And now, even the staid institution of legal education has embraced the interactivity, excitement and energy that technology brings to the classroom. Continue reading →
Classes scheduled to begin at 6 pm or later will not be held today, Friday, Feb. 21, 2014. At 1 pm today, the Minnesota State Patrol issued a release advising no travel throughout Minnesota. Continue reading →
Campus will be open and classes resume on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014. Students, faculty, and staff should return to campus on regular schedule. Students should check their Mitchell email for more information from Dean Thompson.
Classes scheduled to begin at 3 pm or later will not be held today, Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. Continue reading →
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Campus will be open and classes resume on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014. Students, faculty, and staff should return to campus on regular schedule. Students should check their Mitchell email for more information from Dean Thompson.
Updated, Monday, Jan. 27, 2014 at 7 pm Campus re-opens and classes resume on regular schedule Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014. Students should check their Mitchell email for more information from Dean Thompson. William Mitchell College of Law will be closed on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. All day and evening classes, meetings, and events are canceled due to the extreme …
The law firm of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P., along with two of its partners, have donated $1.125 million to William Mitchell College of Law. This is the largest gift from a law firm and its partners in the college’s 113-year history, and is given in honor of the firm’s 75th anniversary. Continue reading →
Professor Ken Port, in his newly-revised textbook, gives students an updated examination of the ever-changing trademark issues related to the Internet. The Third Edition of “Trademark Law and Policy,” published this month, includes a section on cybersquatting, which is when a non-trademark owner registers someone else’s name or trademark as a domain name. Continue reading →