Christine Fritze, a 2012 graduate of the John B. Turner LL.M. Program, has accepted a visiting professorship at the University of North Dakota School of Law to teach natural resources, oil and gas, and elder law in 2012-13. UND is the only law school in North Dakota. Christine has agreed to a one-year commitment with hopes to stay for a second year.
In addition, Christine has been named as the UND’s trustee for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Lawyer Foundation and will attend the annual institute on behalf of the university.
Noting the cooler weather in North Dakota, Christine said, “Yes, it will be cold and, yes, I’ve already bought my parka. Now I’m looking for boots!”
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