William S. Boyd School of Law News
The William S. Boyd School of Law prepares students for the competent and ethical practice of law, offering three- and four-year programs for the Juris Doctor degree.
Current Law News
UNLV law professor David Orentlicher breaks down how lawmakers will assess the Mueller Report.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who've made news thus far in 2019.
Historian/author Deborah Lipstadt and journalist Jonathan Weisman to discuss modern manifestations of anti-Semitism during free public event at UNLV.
Students do their part to aid UNLV Law’s Immigration Clinic during a time of great need.
Dispute Resolution Concentration gives Boyd students the necessary tools to succeed in the modern-day litigation world.
Thanks to a team of skilled professors, driven students, and committed administrators, Boyd’s legal writing program is second to none.
Law In The News
Barely two decades since the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the people of the United States again are confronting the possibility that their president, now Donald Trump, could be impeached, meaning charged by the House of Representatives with offenses that, if proved in a Senate trial, would remove him from office.
Morehouse College’s graduating class got quite the surprise over the weekend, when their commencement speaker promised to pay off their outstanding student loans. But students aren’t totally out of the woods yet—they could still be liable for potentially thousands of dollars in taxes on their newly canceled debts.
New York is on the cusp of enacting a law that could help congressional Democrats gain access to President Donald Trump’s state tax returns, potentially opening the door for Congress to obtain tax records for any New York resident or business they want to investigate.
Sen. Cory Booker is reintroducing legislation Tuesday to block controversial Immigration and Customs Enforcement partnerships with local law enforcement, making the New Jersey Democrat the latest presidential candidate to stake out a position on the issue this year.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., will reintroduce a bill aimed at preventing Immigration and Customs Enforcement from forming partnerships with local law enforcement, CBS News reports.
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