|UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law
||In partnership with Entain the William S. Boyd School of Law announces new online training programs in gaming law and regulation. This online training program is designed for operators, regulators, lawyers and others working in the gaming industry. These mostly asynchronous programs will launch during the first and second quarters of 2021 and be created and taught by instructors with decades of professional gaming and teaching experience. The program will eventually consist of eight classes designed to prepare professionals to meet the sophisticated regulatory and operating challenges facing the gaming industry. Participants are not required to hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or first degree of law required to practice law in international markets in order to enroll.
||Kathryn Rand is the Floyd B. Sperry Professor of Law and Co-director of the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at the University of North Dakota. She served as Dean of the UND School of Law from 2009-2018, the first woman to hold this position. Rand is widely recognized among the nationâ€™s leading experts on Indian gaming, federal Indian law, and tribal-state-federal intergovernmental relations.
||Steve Light is a professor of Political Science & Public Administration at the University of North Dakota, where he teaches American government, executive leadership strategy, public human resource management, American Indian politics & public affairs, ad the senior capstone. Steve co-directs the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law & Policy and is widely regarded as a leading expert on tribal gaming enterprises and economic development.