Faculty Scholarship

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This collection features faculty research and works published in scholarly journals. Unpublished scholarly work that is research-oriented can also be submitted here.


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    Creating a National Data Privacy Law for the United States
    (Mitchell Hamline School of Law, 2019) Jamison, Shaun
    The United States (U.S.) lacks a cohesive data privacy law. This article will examine the need for a national data privacy law, challenges to creating a national privacy law, and possible paths forward to a national privacy law.
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    Continuing Legal Education A Year in Review: Analysis and Recommendations
    (2014) Jamison, Shaun
    Continuing legal education (CLE) is one way to help lawyers stay current with substantive law, skills, and prepare for potentially dramatic and fast moving changes to the practice of law. This paper examines one year of continuing legal education approved for credit in Minnesota. While Minnesota attorneys enjoy access to over 10,000 CLE courses in a variety of timely topics, there are opportunities to improve. In order to best address the rapid and dramatic change in the legal field, a more favorable regulation of law office management CLEs is required. More flexible regulation and partnerships between CLE providers, bar associations, law schools, and businesses will enable lawyers to better gain and maintain practical skills.