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UM Holds Forums For School Of Law Dean Candidates

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The University of Montana held its first public forum on Friday for School of Law Dean candidates.

Candidate Robert Ackerman answered the public's questions Friday afternoon. He's currently the professor at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit.

The next interview takes place Monday for Andrew King-Ries, a professor at UM's School of Law. Next Friday, a forum is set for Norman Bay, a director at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

November 13, a meeting is being held for Oren Griffin, the associate dean for Academic Affairs at the Walter F. George School of Law in Georgia. All of the forums will be held on campus and are open to the public.

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