’17 grad excited to start career as assistant Greene County attorney
By: Hayley Bruce | 2017.06.21 | 08:36 am
Thomas Laehn decided to apply to law school at the University of Iowa so he could return to his home state, where he knew there was a shortage of attorneys. Even though he also had a job offer in New York City, he’s staying in Iowa.
...and forward to the final commencement, for the College of Dentistry, May 26
By: Lynn Anderson Davy | 2017.05.15 | 02:13 pm
UI graduates celebrated a series of commencements May 11–14. From the Carver College of Medicine to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Hawkeyes cheered and shed some tears at the closing of an important chapter in their lives. Read a recap and check out some photos of the festivities.
Former intelligence analyst attends Iowa Law, already has job lined up
By: Hayley Bruce | 2017.05.04 | 10:33 am
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, joining the military, and working as an intelligence analyst, Lindsay Danielson came to the University of Iowa to earn a JD—and with a husband and kids in tow. Now graduating from Iowa Law, she already has a job lined up.
By: Office of Strategic Communication | 2017.05.03 | 08:38 am
About 4,800 UI students will receive their degrees at spring 2017 commencement ceremonies, which begin May 11 with the College of Pharmacy and end on May 26 with the College of Dentistry. All other ceremonies will take place May 12–14. Read on for college-specific information, including links to live video.
University of Iowa law professor Sarah Seo was recently named the winner of the Law and Society Association’s 2017 Dissertation Prize. Her dissertation, “The Fourth Amendment, Cars, and Freedom in Twentieth Century America,” was nominated by Hendrik Hartog of Princeton University.
When Iowa Law alumna Sara Davenport began working as assistant county attorney in Jackson County, Iowa, she didn’t expect to stay very long. But when the Jackson County attorney resigned, Davenport found herself appointed to the position, one she’s grown to love.
Thanks to a OneIT subproject, many UI students’ and employees’ Iowa One Card door access is now automatically updated based on information from MAUI and human resources or housing databases. The new system saves staff members’ time and increases security.