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Monday, October 22, 2018
Today at the Court
1:30 pm Hunts Along v. N.D. Dep't of Transportation
New Opinion: Oct. 18
Judical vacancy at Fargo filled.
Supreme Court cases to be heard at UND Law School
The North Dakota Supreme Court will hear four oral arguments and judge the fall Moot Court student competition final argument at the University of North Dakota School of Law on Oct. 24-25.
NECJD to celebrate 10 years of adult drug court
The Northeast Central Judicial District will be celebrating 10 years of Adult Drug Court on Oct. 29 with a special drug court session. Past participants will speak at the celebration, which is open to the public.
Supreme Court Justice Thomas stresses need for neutrality
Justice Clarence Thomas Associated Press: "U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says judicial independence and neutrality is as important as ever with public opinion deeply divided on high-profile issues."
Eighth Circuit hears fight over pipeline land deals
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Courthouse News Service: "The Eighth Circuit heard oral arguments Thursday over whether pipeline company Dakota Access pressured landowners into easement agreements and lied to them about how much money they could get for sections of their property."
U.S.: Justice Department expands tribal police help, calling it 'right thing to do'
MPR News: "Last year, police in Washington state were chasing a lead about an elder abuse case that quickly took a turn toward the criminal. Mark Williams, a veteran detective for the Suquamish Police Department, said he'd learned the nickname of a potential suspect in a kidnapping of a man in his 90s."

North Dakota
Notice of Judicial Vacancy
The Judicial Nominating Committee received a letter from Governor Doug Burgum convening the committee to screen applicants and submit a list of nominees to fill the seat in the East Central Judicial District as a result of the resignation of Judge Douglas R. Herman. Applications are due Nov. 1.
October Term of Court
North Dakota Supreme Court
The October Term of Court has been posted, including issues and briefs.
Court adopts changes to rule on judicial referees
The Supreme Court has adopted amendments to N.D. Sup. Ct. Admin. R. 13 regarding the scope of duties delegable to judicial referees. The amendments take effect Jan. 1.
Court approves new rule on specialized dockets
The Supreme Court has approved new Administrative Rule 60, which creates "an interdisciplinary committee on specialized dockets." The new rule takes effect Jan. 1, 2019.
UND School of Law to host free CLE on Philando Castile case
The UND School of Law International Human Rights Organization and the Black Law Students Association will host Ramsey County, Minn., Chief Prosecutor John J. Choi for a discussion of the Philando Castile case on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the UND Law Baker Courtroom.
LSND to hold winter CLE Dec. 7
Legal Services of North Dakota will hold its Winter continuing legal education seminar on Dec. 7 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck.

Federal
Justice Dept asks Supreme Court to put climate change lawsuit on hold
United States Supreme Court building CNN: "The Justice Department filed an emergency petition Thursday asking the Supreme Court to put on hold a federal lawsuit by youths who say the federal government has failed to act to curb climate change."
U.S.: Sotomayor tells Cornellians to 'be a voice for change'
Justice Sonia Sotomayor Cornell Daily Sun: "Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor told Cornellians Thursday that their 'most important job in this life' is to change the world for the better."
U.S. District Court announces proposed revisions to local rules
U.S. District Court The U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota has proposed revisions to seven of the court's Local Rules. The proposed rules are now available for public comment.

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