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U.S. District Judge D. Brock Hornby asked graduates of the University of Maine School of Law to value and help preserve “…this country’s constitutional democracy and the rule of law.”
The talents of USM students were well represented at the 2011 “Film Chowdah,” otherwise known as the Maine College Film Festival.
The University of Maine School of Law has named alumnus David J. Evans, a partner in the global law firm of Clifford Chance, the 2011 recipient of its L. Kinvin Wroth Award.
“From Imagination to Innovation,” will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., Thursday, June 2, in the University Events Room of USM’s Glickman Family Library, Forest Avenue, Portland.
Read Selma Botman's latest Portland Press Herald column.
The Honorable David Brock Hornby will be the keynote speaker at the University of Maine School of Law’s 2011 Commencement.
Serena Dawn Gosbee and Linda Greenlaw
Author and commercial fisherman Linda Greenlaw presented the commencement address, and Serena Dawn Gosbee gave the student commencement address at USM's 131st commencement on May 14.
John Bonney has been named a 2011 Collegiate Sports Medicine Foundation Scholar.
John Bonney of Belfast has been named a 2011 Collegiate Sports Medicine Foundation Scholar.
Distinquished Professor of English Kathleen Ashley
Professor of English Kathleen Ashley of Gorham has been appointed a USM Distinguished Professor.
For many USM graduates, commencement is a true family affair.

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