2008 alumni and MPA Instructor, Garrett Tyson, is providing a webinar for the Missouri Municipal League (MML) entitled Planning and Zoning Basics: The Role of the Commission and Public Hearings. According to the MML, "This session will cover the foundation aspects of municipal planning and zoning with an emphasis on how to effectively utilize public hearings held before … [Read more...] about Garrett Tyson Offers Lessons in Planning and Zoning
The folks at Quimbee recently posted some advice about how to prepare for taking a remote bar exam in the National Jurist's preLaw magazine. They note that "what was already a very difficult and stressful time has become even more challenging as examinees are forced to navigate this new territory." To read their four tips, see Remote Bar. … [Read more...] about Preparing for a Remote Bar Exam
Currently, I am a 2L at the University of Oregon School of Law. I plan on going into either criminal law or family law. I graduated from Missouri State University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Professional Writing with a minor in Public Law. Why the University of Oregon During my senior year at Missouri State, I set a wide range for the law school I wanted to … [Read more...] about Update From Rowan Bond
Missouri State University’s Model UN club attended the virtual Midwest Model United Nations (MMUN) conference February 18-20, 2021. While we missed traveling to St. Louis this year, the Gatherly platform allowed the conference to go on even in these challenging times. Our club represented three countries this year: Brazil, Cuba and Turkey on six different committees. … [Read more...] about Model UN Club Success (as usual)
Testifying before Nebraska's Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee, Political Science alumni, Larry Bradley, spoke in favor of implementing ranked-choice voting in Nebraska. Bradley maintains that ranked choice “is the path to political peace for all of us.” To read more about the debate in Nebraska, see Lincoln Journal Star. To watch the Committee … [Read more...] about Those in Favor of Ranked-Choice, Say Aye!