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University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Visiting Professor Peter Guffin recently co-authored an article in Maine Lawyers Review with Kyle Noonan (an associate at Pierce Atwood LLP) on Maine's new internet privacy law. You can read it here: http://bit.ly/2KIjeYv

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • We are excited to welcome new and returning adjunct professors at instructor orientation today. We are immensely grateful for your contributions!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Great op-ed in today's The Bangor Daily News by Professor Deirdre Smith:

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Good luck to all who are taking the Maine Bar Exam today and tomorrow!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • We want to hear what you've been up to! Share your class notes with us by filling out the brief online survey (https://bit.ly/2Y8uWoV) or send them to lawalum@maine.edu. Please submit any class notes by Thursday, August 15, 2019 if you would like to be included the next Maine Law Magazine.

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Professor Charles Norchi discusses Maine Law's many maritime connections in this new blog post. Says Norchi, "Maine is blessed with an extensive coast and because of geography the University of Maine School of Law has a maritime tradition unique among American law schools." http://bit.ly/2M09T0f

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Professors Charles Norchi and Jeff Thaler recently traveled to South Greenland with University of Maine and University of Southern Maine scientists on a multi-disciplinary project exploring its common problems with Maine in the face of rapidly changing North Atlantic and Arctic conditions.

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Maine Law Alumni and Friends, there is still time to give! Join the over 620 donors and show your support for Maine Law by making your annual gift before the end of the day on June 30th. Gifts of all sizes have an impact! mainelawcommunity.org/give

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • ICYMI: Check out this new JUSTPOD podcast featuring Associate Professor Thea Johnson.

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Great story on three Maine eco-innovators - including current Maine Law student Nicholas Mazuroski!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Maine Law Alumni and Friends, we are counting on you! Annual gifts are one of the most impactful ways you can help Maine Law support students and faculty each year. Don’t miss your chance to be counted; make your gift before June 30th! mainelawcommunity.org/give

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • In this faculty blog post, Professor Pitegoff discusses the new Economic Justice Fellowship Program at Maine Law. This fellowship program, made possible with grant support from the Maine Justice Foundation, will support legal training in community economic development law. The two inaugural fellows are Nina Ciffolillo and Adam Cohen. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2IVpgUK

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • ICYMI - A compelling read!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Congratulations to Pat Scully `84 and Liz Stout `90 for receiving the Distinguished Service Award at Reunion Weekend 2019! It was an honor to celebrate you both.

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Congrats to the 11 graduates of the Class of 2019 who have been hired to clerk for state and federal judges. We are so proud of you! View the list: http://bit.ly/2F1AMMS

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • In this new faculty research blog, Prof. Moffa discusses a research collaboration with the Maine Regulatory Training and Ethics Center (MeRTEC) and the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) at the University of Southern Maine. The goal of the research was to apply a neutral, empirical lens through which to evaluate how the trend towards increasingly complex rulemaking benefits administrative agencies, courts, and commentators. Ashley Fagan (USM ’19) served as undergraduate research assistant on this project. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2K2YRal

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Congratulations to Sara Carson Harvey and Devin Sorkin, rising 3Ls at Maine Law, who have been selected for the Rural Summer Legal Corps Program! Each summer, Equal Justice Works partners with Legal Services Corporation to support 30 dedicated law students who want to serve rural and isolated communities across the United States and its territories. Sara will spend her fellowship at Pine Tree Legal Assistance and Devin will serve at the Legal Aid of Wyoming. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2QN2Fgs

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Congratulations to Chancellor Malloy! We look forward to working with you!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Everything is set for this morning’s Commencement! Congrats to the Class of 2019!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • Congrats to our 2019 Law Teacher of the Year Associate Professor of Law Thea Johnson! And, huge congrats to the Class of 2019!

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • It’s #LawWeek in Victoria, Australia! Visit our Faculty Research blog for the latest from Prof. Lois Lupica, currently on a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award to study Access to Justice in Australia: http://bit.ly/2EtCxCw

University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
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  • ICYMI: Associate Dean Dmitry Bam was featured on yesterday's Maine Public Maine Calling episode, "Red Flag Laws: Understanding Extreme Risk Protection Orders and Whether a Bill Will Pass in Maine"

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