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March 31st

Kathryn & Steve's UNLV Faculty Lecture Podcast

Mar 31 2012
Kathryn&Steve visited the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in March.  We guest lectured on tribal gaming law and policy in a Federal Indian Law class, met with the student Gaming Law Society, and presented a faculty lecture on legal education and gaming law and policy.  A podcast of our faculty lecture, which connects tribal gaming, the practice of gaming law, professionalism, and legal education, is available at http://gaming.unlv.edu/podcast.html .

Thanks to David Schwartz with the UNLV Center for Gaming Research for hosting the podcast!

March 16th

Steve & Kathryn to Visit UNLV

Mar 16 2012
We're off to Las Vegas to visit UNLV's William S. Boyd School of Law on March 26&27.  We're slated to give a presentation on gambling law education, as well as visit classes and meet with faculty and students.  On March 26, we'll visit Professor Rolnick's Indian Law class and meet student members of the Gaming Law Society.  On March 27, we'll give a public lecture on gambling law education, stemming from our work on an Indian gaming ethic and its role in professional values and ideals.  Looking forward to it!

March 2nd

New Article on Gaming Law Courses & Legal Education

Mar 2 2012
Kathryn's latest article appears in the Jan/Feb 2012 issue of the Gaming Law Review&Economics: "Educating Lawyers Through Gambling Law: How a Course in Gambling Law Furthers Knowledge, Skills, and Values in Legal Education."  In it, she discusses the Carnegie Report on legal education and the three "apprenticeships" necessary to effectively educate aspiring attorneys.  Kathryn argues that a well designed and taught gambling law course can further students' substantive knowledge of the law, their skills as practicing attorneys, and their understanding of the values and ideals of the legal profession.

The citation is 16 Gaming L. Rev. & Econ. 8-14.  A pdf of the article is available on request.