(July 11, 2016) Congratulations to 4E Law Student Michael Novotny for being selected as winner of the June 2016 writing competition for The National Law Review
. Michael has focused his entire law school and pre-law school work experience to serving Native American communities, and he plans to continue that passion after graduation. Before law school, Michael worked as an archaeologist in the American Southwest for nearly a decade. During law school, Michael has worked at multiple Department of Justice divisions, and at a private law firm that focuses on American Indian Law. He is also a Squire Patton Boggs Fellow in Public Policy, where he worked at Navajo Nation.
His article, "Could Pro-Football v. Blackhorse
Be a Knock-Out punch to Trademark Law?" can be read here