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A Law Degree Opens Doors to All Kinds of Careers

Sep 12, 2019

Most students come to law school with the intention of becoming a lawyer. But not all. Some pursue a law degree for the intellectual rigor it entails. Others do it knowing they can use the degree in a different way, in a so-called “JD-preferred” or “JD-ad

A Beloved Professor Retires

Sep 12, 2019

G. Michael Fenner, JD, Creighton’s first James L. Koley ’54 Endowed Professor of Constitutional Law (bestowed upon him in 2001), taught his last class on April 26, 2019. On July 1, he officially assumed the title of professor emeritus.

Exceeding Expectations: Nuremberg to the Hague Program Offers Profound Experience

Sep 11, 2019

The 2019 cohort of the Nuremberg to the Hague (N2H) summer study abroad program capped off a month of learning and exploration in Europe with a prestigious moot court team award.

‘I Basically Started from Nothing’

Aug 30, 2019

First-year law student fights back from rare disease; pursues new path in her love for construction.

Student’s Legal Paper Turns into Nebraska Bill

Jun 19, 2019

Creighton part-time law student, Chris McMahon, wrote a bill that was passed by Nebraska Legislature and approved by Gov. Pete Ricketts.