Law School Task Force Holds First Meeting
Task Force members listened to presentations from USD and School of Law staff and faculty, research attorneys with the Legislative Research Council, representatives from the State Bar of South Dakota and public testimony.
After discussion, the task force scheduled the next meeting for Sept. 6 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The task force was formed to consider whether relocating the state’s only law school would be in the best interest of the students, the university, and the state of South Dakota. Rep. Mark Mickelson, R-Sioux Falls, will chair the Law School Task Force.
For updates, meeting times and information on the task force visit the USD Law School Task Force page at www.usd.edu/lawschooltaskforce.
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