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Friday, December 13, 2013

Dec. 13 Boyd Briefs Now Available

The Dec. 13 edition of Boyd Briefs is now available.

This week's edition features Professor Linda Berger, student Tanya Fraser, and alumnus Timothy R. O'Reilly '01.

Professor Berger is one of Boyd's most frequently cited faculty members. In addition to writing about law and psychology, she also teaches in Boyd's highly regarded lawyering process curriculum.

After working at Native American casinos for 19 years, Fraser began assisting tribes in developing opportunities for economic growth, increasing autonomy, and fostering education to improve societal attitudes toward Native Americans. She currently works as a Boyd Public Interest Fellow and as Vice President of Boyd's Native American Law Student Association.

O'Reilly is a Las Vegas attorney with both the O'Reilly Law Group and the newly formed Litigators for Justices, where he focuses on litigation surrounding business disputes, catastrophic personal injury, and gaming law. Once a place kicker for the Rebel's Football team, O'Reilly currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Las Vegas Bowl and is Vice President of the UNLV Rebel Football Foundation.

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