Indiana Law AnnotatedVol. 24 No. 2 (January 27, 2003)
Table of Contents
- Q-&-A WITH DEAN FINALISTS
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS
- NEWS FROM CAREER SERVICES
- NEWS FROM THE ALUMNI OFFICE
- NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
The Dean Search committee has invited three finalists for the deanship to meet with the Law School community students, staff, and faculty this week and next. These meetings, to be held in the Moot Court Room, will allow for a very brief statement by the candidate, followed by a question-and-answer session. The three candidates, with their scheduled meeting times, are as follows:
Lauren Robel (our acting dean, Val Nolan Professor of Law, and formerly our associate dean here at the IU School of Law Bloomington), Thursday, Jan. 30, at noon.
Professor Charles W. Mooney, Jr.,( of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he recently has served as both Associate Dean and Interim Dean), Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 12:15.
Thomas S. Ulen (Alumni Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Illinois, where he also holds an appointment at the Institute of Government and Public Affairs and serves as the director of the Master of Arts in Public Administration Program), Tuesday, Feb. 11, noon.
A lunch of sandwiches, chips, cookies, and drinks will be provided.
Professor Hannah Buxbaum's article entitled "Assessing Sovereign Interests in Cross-Border Discovery Disputes: Lessons from Aerospatiale" was published in the Texas International Law Journal.
Professor Fred Cate has been named director of the university's new Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. The center is unusual in that it will not only seek to draw on the expertise of faculty who teach and research in the area of cybersecurity, but also that of officials from the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology, University Information Technology Services, Risk Management, and the University Counsel's Office, who actually have day-to-day responsibility for computer and network security issues and are regarded as being among the nation's top cybersecurity practitioners. The center will hold seminars, host guest speakers, and spearhead the university's application for National Science Foundation funding in this area. Professor Cate will continue to teach at the Law School while serving as director.
In addition, Professor Cate's article, "Constitutional Issues in Information Privacy," appears in the current issue of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. Co-authored with Robert Litan, vice president and director of the Economic Studies Program at the Brookings Institution, and formerly associate director of the Office of Management and Budget and deputy assistant attorney general, the article examines the extent to which the Constitution either requires the government to, or restricts the government from, enacting laws designed to protect information privacy. It grew out of a working group of attorneys, law professors, government officials, and privacy advocates that Professor Cate and Dr. Litan organized for the AEI-Brookings Joint Center on Regulatory Studies.
STUDY ABROAD INFORMATIONAL AND APPLICATION WEEK
As promised, a series of meetings this week will be held this week to provide information about the Law School's various study-abroad opportunities. Where possible, students who have taken part in these programs will be in attendance. The schedule is as follows:
Semester-long exchange programs
(Paris, Bucerius, Jena, Barcelona (ESADE), and Hong Kong.)
Tuesday, Jan. 28, noon, Moot Court Room.
(Spring semester 2004.)
Wednesday, Jan. 29, noon, Moot Court Room.
European Union in the 21st Century
(A SPEA-sponsored program open to law students, conducted in Paris, Brussels, and Berlin from May 18 through June 6.)
Wednesday, Jan. 29, 4:00 p.m., Moot Court Room.
Summer Programs Abroad Through the University of San Diego
(Barcelona, Dublin, Florence, London, Mexico City, Oxford, Paris, and Moscow / St. Petersburg.)
Friday, Jan. 31, noon, Moot Court Room.
The Office of Career Services has scheduled a number of presentations on job-related topics in the coming weeks, including the following:
Tuesday, Jan. 28: Federal Courts Clinic Presentation
Thursday, Jan. 30: Job Search Skills Presentation
Thursday, Feb. 6: ABA Labor Law Presentation
Thursday, Feb. 13: Public Interest Internship Presentation
All of these presentations will be held at noon in the Student Lounge.
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
The American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law is sending several of its most knowledgeable and experienced members to the Law School to talk about career opportunities in what has become one of the fastest growing areas of practice in the country.
The program will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, from noon to 1:00 p.m. in room 216 at the Law School. The ABA will provide lunch (pizza and soft drinks) for those attending.
The panel of experienced practitioners will reflect the Labor and Employment Law Section's customary variety of perspectives (employer, union, employee, and neutral) and share real-life situations and information. The panel members are Craig Borowski (Baker and Daniels); Nora Macey (Macey, Swanson and Allman); Johanna Maple (EEOC); Raifael Williams (NLRB); and Professor Terry A. Bethel.
There also will be a free drawing for one of the section's leading books in the field.
If you're interested in working in this area of law, come meet and talk with leading labor and employment lawyers who practice locally. You'll also be able to learn about informational and career resources offered through membership in the section, such as career advancement services, networking, special discounts, scholarships to attend section programs, and access to a wide range of electronic and print information.
If you are interested in attending, or if you would like further information, please contact Kim Bunge, Office of Career Services, 812-855-8433.
MEET, GREET, AND EAT WITH ALUMNI STAFF
Ever wonder who those really nice folks in the third floor corner office are? Come find out. Your Alumni and Development Office staff want to get to know you. So, once each month, beginning in February, we will be inviting groups of students to meet with us, find out how we're serving you, answer your questions and enjoy pizza and drink together. And of course, you are welcome anytime to come in and chat with us about alumni relations and development. We're in room 300. See you soon!
WOMEN'S LAW CAUCUS AUCTION: "CATCH IT IF YOU CAN!"
Mark your calendar's now for the annual Women's Law Caucus auction on Friday, February 7th at Axis Nightclub. Plan on coming for food, fun, great door prizes, free beer (while it lasts), and fabulous auction packages. The bidding will begin at 6:15 p.m. Watch for details on the auction packages in the weeks to come. See you there!
FELLOWSHIP FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES
The IU Department of West European Studies is accepting applications for Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships for the academic year 2003-2004. Details are available on their Web site (http://www.indiana.edu/~west/flas.htm). Please note that the availability of FLAS awards in 2003-04 is contingent upon receipt of Title VI grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education.
Students may apply online at: http://wwwdb.ucs.indiana.edu/internationalprograms/scripts/flasapp.cfm. Applications for this fellowship are due February 1.
Questions about this opportunity should be addressed to:
Assistant Director, West European Studies
Phone: (812) 855-3280
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AUDIO - VIDEO SERVICES
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Jan. 28: Study-abroad meeting (semester exchange programs), noon, Moot Court Room
Federal Courts Clinic Presentation, noon, Student Lounge
Jan. 29: Study-abroad meeting (London Consortium), noon, Moot Court Room
Study-abroad meeting (SPEA seminar), 4:00 p.m., Moot Court Room
Jan. 30: Q & A for students and staff with dean finalist Lauren Robel, noon, Moot Court Room
Job Search Skills Presentation, noon, Student Lounge
Jan. 31: Study-abroad meeting (summer programs), noon, Moot Court Room
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