Steve Bornfeld

Freelance Writer

Articles by Steve Bornfeld

A woman stands next to a turquoise blue wall in the shadow of palm trees
Arts and Culture | May 7, 2021
2015 alumna Fawn Douglas uses her art and Nuwu Studios collective to be a fierce advocate for Native Americans, women’s issues, and more.
A group of students stand on a stage.
People | April 28, 2021
Through the uncertainty of accreditation, the charter class gambled on a fledgling medical school — and then faced a mass shooting and catastrophic pandemic. For UNLV’s first medical school graduates, the risk pays off.
A passport and U.S. visa
Campus News | March 10, 2021
Immigration Clinic program offers critical — and free — immigration-related legal assistance to UNLV and College of Southern Nevada students, staff and family members.
Hands hold the scales of justice
Campus News | February 8, 2021
As the nation clamors for substantive social justice reform, the Boyd School of Law is advancing the cause through its innovative and impactful courses, programs and community initiatives.
A hand reaches up to a chain link fence in front of the American flag.
Business and Community | March 21, 2019
Students do their part to aid UNLV Law’s Immigration Clinic during a time of great need.
Seven law professors pose at the bench in the Thomas & Mack Moot Courtroom between the United States and Nevada flags.
Campus News | March 12, 2019
Thanks to a team of skilled professors, driven students, and committed administrators, Boyd’s legal writing program is second to none.
William S. Boyd School of Law at night
Business and Community | January 18, 2019
Rosenblum Tax Clinic provides representation to those with limited means who are engaged in IRS tax controversies.
Three people in office
Campus News | November 17, 2017
Led by a passionate team of student attorneys and staff, the UNLV Immigration Clinic shines rays of hope on young clients in dire need of legal — and emotional — support.