The University of Iowa College of Law is pleased to announce the inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Award recipients. The award winners were nominated and selected based on their contributions to building and supporting an inclusive and diverse community at the law school.
With a passion for the law and a determined spirit, Wiah is well on her way to making an impact on the legal profession. After she graduated from Temple University, she had two years left on her military contract. Wiah decided to finish out the military and then go to law school.
The fast pace and ability to interact with people are some of his favorite aspects of politics. “It's a lot of moving parts, and no two days are the same. It really teaches you to think on your feet, move fast, and work well under pressure.”
The Hubbell Environmental Law Initiative (HELI), made possible by the $5 million gift from Iowa Law alumni Charlotte Beyer Hubbell (76JD) and Fred Hubbell (76JD), is helping the law school take its environmental law program to the next level.
Professor Solow-Niederman’s research evaluates how digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence, both challenge and offer opportunities to improve existing legal institutions and regulatory approaches
Before she heads out to Washington D.C. to join Mayer Brown’s litigation team with a focus on antitrust after graduation, 3L Lauren Knudson will be spending a year as a law clerk for Senior Judge Michael J. Melloy of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. This is especially exciting for Knudson who enjoys, and has plenty of experience with, research and writing.
The University Iowa College of Law is pleased to announce that Professor Andrew Jordan will be joining the Iowa Law faculty as an associate professor starting this fall. Professor Jordan’s research focuses on issues in legal and moral philosophy, constitutional theory, and contract law.