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Opinion: A Better Alternative to State Bankruptcy or Default (WSJ)

With tax revenue crashing and expenditures soaring, states face severe financial problems. Illinois has already requested a federal bailout of its pension system, and last month Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested that Congress should enact legislation allowing states to go bankrupt.
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IP Advocacy Moot Court Teams Sweep Regional Competition in Dallas

The Intellectual Property (IP) Advocacy Moot Court teams at the University of Iowa College of Law once again swept the regional competition in Dallas this past February, taking first and third place overall in the Trademark division.
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Celebrate Commencement with Dishes Inspired by the Class of 1869

Commencement is a joyous occasion for students. It marks the completion of a degree attained through hard work and dedication. To celebrate this exciting time, it is common for a graduate to gather with their friends and family to share a meal together.
Zac McFarland Iowa Law Alum 2020

Zac McFarland ('20) Picked Esq. Over ESPN

Zac McFarland originally wanted to play professional football, but picked Esq. over ESPN. The University of Iowa College of Law student will join the Minneapolis law firm Fredrikson & Byron after graduation.
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A Year in Review: Iowa Law Faculty Books

Over the past year, Iowa Law faculty members have published well received books, garnering the attention of The New York Times Review of Books, The New Yorker, and Smithsonian Magazine, among others.
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Winnie Uluocha ('19) Inspires Giving to Iowa Law

Know how important visits are in the decision making process, Winnie Uluocha created a fund to help support underrepresented students visit our campus. In addition to her giving, Uluocha has made significant contributions toward furthering the university’s human rights policy through her work at the Colleges of Law and Public Health, service on diversity committees at both colleges, and a leadership role in the Black Law Students Association.