UND saw one of its largest Winter Commencement classes graduate in December, thanks to series of strategic barrier busting moves by the University that have students dancing out the door with degrees in hand. At winter commencement in December, dignitaries and faculty members on the stage were dancing too. UND has streamlined graduation requirements to industry and accreditation standards, said Correll.
Ted Dane is a litigation partner focusing on intellectual property and antitrust disputes in high technology industries. He has represented clients across a broad range of technologies, including pharmaceuticals, life sciences, medical devices, computer hardware and software, radio frequency identification, wireless networking technology, telecommunications technology and avionics. In the intellectual property area, Mr.
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Perry Dane has a body of scholarship that includes conflict of laws, religion and law, Constitutional Law, legal pluralism, nonprofits law, Jewish Law, and legal theory. He clerked for Judge David Bazelon of the U. Supreme Court and served for nine years on the Yale Law School faculty.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees Paul M. JoAnne Boyle, President of the College, conferred the degrees. She spoke about the differences the graduates had already made both within themselves and on the Seton Hill community.
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Updated: September 7, pm. Armstrong is a graduate of Hemingford High School. He earned a grade point average of 4.
Originally from Kansas, Dane came to Illinois for college and has called Illinois home ever since. While attending law school, Dane gained practical experience as a law clerk at an Urbana, Illinois law firm and interned with Judge Brian L. After graduating from law school and passing the bar exam inDane began working as an associate at the Ansel Law Ltd law firm in Champaign, Illinois.