Indiana Law Annotated
—This week at the Law School
Vol. 30 No. 1 (January 9, 2006)
Table of Contents
- HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 9
- THURSDAY, JANUARY 12
- FACULTY NEWS
- ILA SUBMISSIONS
The Indiana Law Annotated would like to welcome everyone back from break.
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A panel discussion titled "The Supreme Court: What's at Stake?" will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Moot Court Room. Sponsored by the School of Law, People For the American Way, American Civil Liberties Union, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and others, the forum will examine the nomination of Samuel Alito and what impact it may have on your rights and liberties. Speakers include Barbara Bolling, president of the NAACP - Indiana; Fran Quigley, executive director of the ACLU of Indiana; Paul Newman, JD'03, board member of the ACLU of Indiana; and Sheri M. Miller, director of the Indiana Coalition for a Fair and Independent Judiciary State. There will be free pizza and soft drinks.
CACR Speaker Series: Sonia Fahmy
The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) Speaker Series continues with a talk at noon in the Faculty Conference Room (335). Sonia Fahmy, associate professor of computer science at Purdue University, will give a talk, "An Experimental Study of Denial of Service Attacks," investigating the applicability of simulation and emulation for denial of service (DoS) attack experimentation. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend.
Professor Jim Barnes participated on a panel titled, "The Environment in Indiana," at the 14th Annual Legislative Conference on Dec. 8 in Indianapolis. Co-hosted by Bingham McHale LLP and Indiana Legislative Insight, other panelists included Tom Easterly, director of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, and Sen. Tim Lanane, Democratic Leader Pro Tempore.
Professor Roger Dworkin delivered a paper, "The Process Paradigm: Rethinking Medical Malpractice," at the conference on Rethinking Health Law, held at Wake Forest Law School Dec. 8-10.
Annual Law School Trial Tournament
Impress your friends! Gain courtroom experience! Pad your resume! Find out if you're the next Perry Mason! Plan now to participate in the Law School Trial Tournament to be held Jan. 7 through 11, just before the start of next semester. The rules are simple. The tournament is open to all 2Ls and 3Ls who have not previously competed. You do not need to be taking trial advocacy or any other course. For more information and instructions on how to register, visit the tournament Web site at http://law.indiana.edu/webinit/tanford/tournament/. Contact Professor Alex Tanford (email@example.com) if you have questions.
BLSA Hosts Barrister's Ball
The Black Law Student's Association (BLSA) will host the 18th Annual Barrister's Ball at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 17, in the Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall. The event is a formal dinner and dance that celebrates the excellence of the Law School. Aside from being a time to honor the Law School and alumni, the Barrister's Ball is also a formal (black tie optional) dance. Join students, friends, faculty, administrators, and alumni for this amazing event, and dance the night away. Tickets will be available for purchase early next semester.
Trial Competition Team: Spring 2006
There are several openings on the trial competition team for the spring semester. For more information about the trial team, visit http://law.indiana.edu/webinit/tanford/trialteam/. 2Ls and 3Ls are eligible. Students will be invited to join the team based on their performances in the Law School Trial Tournament, so participation in the tournament is necessary for consideration. Contact Professor Alex Tanford (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
Get Involved with the Pro Bono Project
Would you like to network with attorneys? Do you need more real-world legal experience in order to find a job or to decide what area of law to pursue? Is there a specialty area of law that you would like to pursue, but do not know how? The Pro Bono Project is pleased to announce that students can accomplish all of the above while earning one B710 credit. By becoming involved with the Pro Bono Project, students can work with local attorneys and/or pro se litigants on a variety of cases in a variety of specialty areas. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Diane Walker, District 10 Pro Bono Project coordinator, at Dist10probono@aol.com
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