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Visiting Professor Peter GuffinEU-U.S. Privacy Shield – Its origins and the high bar it must meet

By Peter Guffin, Visiting Professor of Practice

To predict the Privacy Shield’s future, it’s helpful to recall its origins and to understand the high bar it must meet – namely, ensuring “an adequate level of protection” under the Data Protection Directive…

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Maine Law and La France: The Tradition Continues

By Professor Charles Norchi

The State of Maine and its law school have a long-standing relationship with “La Francophonie.” We border Quebec- a Francophone province of Canada; large numbers of Mainers identify as “Francos” and speak French; and many “new Mainers” hail from Francophone Africa – Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, Senegal…

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Bodie B. Colwell ’11 to participate in National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Next Generation Program

Bodie B. Colwell ’11 will participate in the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ) Next Generation Program, held at the annual meeting of the NCBJ in Las Vegas from October 8–11. She is one of 40 young attorneys participating in the program.

Anna MikhaylinaMaine Law student wins 2017 Stanley R. Arnold State Tax Scholarship

Anna Mikhaylina, a rising 3L at the University of Maine School of Law, has been awarded the 2017 Stanley R. Arnold State Tax Scholarship. The Scholarship is awarded annually to one law student enrolled in a qualifying tax program, who has made outstanding contributions – locally and nationally – to the state and local tax field.

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