The Supreme Court at UND School of Law - The November 1-2, 2017 photos Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Supreme Court at UND School of Law

The Court's annual visit to the University of North Dakota School of Law began with arguments in State v. Adams. Samuel Gereszek represented the appellant. The Court's annual visit to the University of North Dakota School of Law began with arguments in State v. Adams. Samuel Gereszek represented the appellant.
Assistant Grand Forks County State's Attorney Carmell Mattison responds to Gereszek's arguments. Assistant Grand Forks County State's Attorney Carmell Mattison responded to Gereszek's arguments.
Next, the Court heard arguments in Owego Township v. Pfingsten, with Scott Brand representing the appellant. Next, the Court heard arguments in Owego Township v. Pfingsten, with Scott Brand representing the appellant.
Appellee attorney Amy Clark listened to a question during the Owego Township v. Pfingsten arguments. Appellee attorney Amy Clark listened to a question during the Owego Township v. Pfingsten arguments.
After the arguments, Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle was a guest at UND's gender law class. After the arguments, Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle was a guest at UND's gender law class.
Justices Jon Jensen, Jerod Tufte and Lisa Fair McEvers gave students information about working as law clerks for the Court. Justices Jon Jensen, Jerod Tufte and Lisa Fair McEvers gave students information about working as law clerks for the Court.
Justices Jensen and McEvers answered questions at the lawyering skills class. Justices Jensen and McEvers answered questions at the lawyering skills class.
Justice Dan Crothers talked to the evidence class about the admission of electronic materials. Justice Dan Crothers talked to the evidence class about the admission of electronic materials.
The Court judged the annual Fall Moot Court competition during its visit. The Court judged the annual Fall Moot Court competition during its visit.
Moot Court finalists presented their arguments to the Court. Moot Court finalists presented their arguments to the Court.
The Court's second day in Grand Forks started with a breakfats sponsored by UND's Law Women's Caucus. The Court's second day in Grand Forks started with a breakfast sponsored by UND's Law Women's Caucus.
The first  arguments on Nov. 2 were in Glass v. Glass, with attorney David Garaas representing the appellant. The first arguments on Nov. 2 were in Glass v. Glass, with attorney David Garaas representing the appellant.
Attorney Patti Jensen answered a question during the Glass v. Glass arguments. Attorney Patti Jensen answered a question during the Glass v. Glass arguments.
The final argument of the Court's visit was in Winnie Development v. Reveling, with attorney Lynn Mesteth representing the appellant. The final argument of the Court's visit was in Winnie Development v. Reveling, with attorney Lynn Mesteth representing the appellant.
Appellee attorney Jacob Hendricks made his arguments in the Winnie Development v. Reveling case. Appellee attorney Jacob Hendricks made his arguments in the Winnie Development v. Reveling case.