2013 Rolling Thunder Campaign

USD School of Law

Cover of LLM-T Bulletin Informing the legal and scholarly community about what makes USD School of Law a unique academic legal institution.

Each year USD's Rolling Thunder Campaign communicates new faculty hires, key law school program developments, and unique academic accomplishments at USD to regional bench and bar members as well as to law school deans, associate deans and recently tenured faculty across the country.

Rolling Thunder allows USD to inform key constituents about the people and programs that make USD a vibrant academic legal community.

New Faculty at USD School of LawNew Faculty Members

The Faculty Hires Brochure highlights USD's newest faculty members. In 2013, USD welcomed professors Howard Abrams, Miranda Perry Fleischer, Victor Fleischer, Adam Hirsh, Horacio Spector, Sharmila Sohoni, and Dov Fox.

Practice-Ready Programs at USD School of LawPractice-Ready Programs Brochure

The Practice-Ready Programs Brochure highlights recently expanded clinical programs and experiential learning opportunities at USD. In 2012-13, USD School of Law students worked more than 85,000 hours in a wide variety of settings: counseling and representing pro bono clients, performing legislative and regulatory advocacy, serving in public agencies, clerking for judges, and counseling start-up companies on business and intellectual property issues.

International Law Opportunities at USD School of LawInternational Law Brochure

The International Law Brochure highlights expanded global programs at USD in 2012-13. USD School of Law continues to expand international law opportunities for students to meet the increasing demand for globally fluent lawyers who can serve clients conducting business worldwide.

Tax Matters at USD School of LawTax Law Brochure

The Tax Matters Brochure highlights new tax faculty, visiting scholars, special tax events, and USD's commitment to tax law education. USD School of Law is building on its
strong tradition of training leaders in tax law by recruiting outstanding new faculty, expanding its curriculum and tax programs, and providing new opportunities for hands-on,
practical experience.

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