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Research and Rescue

Drake Law School Faculty Write Iowa Law Research Guide to Aid Legal Scholars
August 30, 2011

So Fresh and So Clean ... and So Local

The Drake Agricultural Law Center Brings Farmers and Consumers Together with the Buy Fresh, Buy Local Guide.
August 30, 2011

Extinguishing Fires

Recent Law School Alumnus Works to Help Prevent Wrongful Arson Convictions
August 30, 2011

Drake Law School Welcomes Three New Faculty Members

Three new faculty members are joining the Drake Law faculty this semester, bringing professional experience and new depth of knowledge to the classroom.
August 30, 2011

Faculty News

Award, honors and events involving Drake Law faculty
August 30, 2011

Access to Achievement

Creating Access and Promoting Diversity at Drake Law School
August 30, 2011

Drake Law School Expands Clinic Programs

Domestic Violence Immigrant Clinic added to Roster of Programs
August 30, 2011

Save the Date! Drake All-Law Reunion

Drake All-Law Reunion, September 30 — October 1, 2011
August 30, 2011

Student Accomplishments

Demonstrating the Benefits of the Drake Law Experience
August 30, 2011

Celebrating National Library Week

Events at the Dwight D. Opperman Law Library provide opportunities for student engagement "” and prizes.
May 24, 2011

Drake Law Hosts Mock Trial Finals

Continuing the tradition of partnership between the American Mock Trial Association and Drake Law School
May 24, 2011

Collaboration leads to publication

Recent alumnus Peter Leo, LW'10, publishes persuasive paper on mortgage law reform.
May 24, 2011

Pioneering Alumna Delivers Law School Commencement Address

Romonda D. Belcher, LW'95, the first African American women to serve as a judge in Iowa, delivers inspiring commencement address to Drake Law graduates.
May 24, 2011

Save the Date: Upcoming Drake Law School Events

Drake Law Constitution Day and All-Law School Reunion dates announced
May 24, 2011

Drake Law students draft proposals for a greener Des Moines

The class on Sustainability and Its Applications has proposed ways to make city laws and ordinances more environmentally friendly, socially responsible and economically viable.
May 24, 2011