Presented Monday at noon in the Moot Court Room.
Prof. Buxbaum inaugurates the John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics with a lecture on Wednesday at 4.
Prof. Geyh moderates an interactive panel discussion on judicial selection Thursday at 4.
ILA sends its best wishes to all of you for great success in your endeavors!
This is the last ILA of the semester. Good luck to all with exams, and best wishes for a happy and successful summer. See you in the fall!
Annual teaching awards highlight the best teaching in the law school for this year. Please plan to attend and recognize our faculty. Pizza and soda provided. Moot Court Room, noon.
A distinguished panel of speakers from state government and the union movement, along with representatives from the law firm Macey Swanson and Allman, will discuss state collective bargaining issues. Room 124, noon.
As part of the SustainIU Lecture Series, the Environmental Law Society (in conjunction with the Student Sustainability Council) will be hosting a lecture by Professor Wilk from the IU Dept. of Anthropology. The lecture is tied to this year's SustainIU theme: "Waste(D)." Room 121, 7-8:30 p.m.
Join Prof. Ryan Scott as he offers his reflections. Lunch. Moot Court Room, noon.
PDP will host a panel of experienced Journal members and Moot Court participants. They will discuss the time commitments and strategies for success. Room 213, noon.
The John E. Schiller Chair will be inaugurated with a lecture by Prof. Hannah Buxbaum, Executive Associate Dean and John E. Schiller Chair in Legal Ethics. The lecture is titled "Class Actions in the Global Economy." Moot Court Room, 4:00. Reception following.
John Waffenschmidt, Covanta vice president of environmental science and community affairs and certified ecologist will speak on the science and technology behind Covanta's waste-to-energy operations and discuss the challenges and opportunities of private corporations looking to profit from socially and environmentally responsible business practices. This is event is part of the 2011 SustainIU Lecture Series and ties to this year's theme: "Waste(D)." Room 121, 7-8 p.m.
Randy Sparks will be available for drop-in ExamSoft consultation and assistance with the software registration process. Room 125, 10-11 a.m.
The final Law and Society program of the semester is a symposium on judicial selection, presented in an interactive, Fred Friendly style format moderated by Prof. Charles Geyh. The panel consists of Chris Bonneau, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh and co-author of In Defense of Judicial Elections; Roy A. Schotland, a Professor Emeritus at Georgetown University Law Center who has written prolifically on all methods of judicial selection; and Eileen Braman, Associate Professor of Political Science at IU, whose work has explored issues relating to institutional legitimacy and public support of the courts. It should be a lively discussion. Moot Court Room, 4-6 p.m.
As part of the SustainIU Lecture Series, the Environmental Law Society (in coordination with the Student Sustainability Council) will be hosting a lecture by Profesor Wilk from the IU Dept. of Anthropology. The lecture is tied to this year's SustainIU theme: "Waste(D)." Room 121, 7-8:30 p.m.
Please join the Business and Law Society and the Kelley Association of Women MBAs for a Women in Business Night, a formal evening with students, alumni and faculty including keynote speaker Valerie Grubb, entrepreneur and former vice president. of NBC Universal and Oxygen Network and a panel discussion regarding issues facing women in the business world. The networking event includes cocktails, appetizers, and dinner. Tickets are $20. Please contact Chrisna Govin (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible to RSVP or for more information! IMU Tudor Room, 5:30-10:00 p.m.
The Environmental Law Society (in coordination with the Student Sustainability Council) will be sponsoring a panel discussion with Steve Akers (IU Residential Programs and Services) and Jacqui Bauer (City of Bloomington Sustainability Coordinator). The panel will discuss the various mechanisms that have been adopted by Indiana University and the City of Bloomington to help address issues on waste disposal. This panel discussion is part of the SustainIU Lecture Series and follows the 2011 theme: "Waste(D)." Room 121, 6-7 p.m.
Randy Sparks will be available for drop-in ExamSoft consultation and assistance with the software registration process. Room 121, noon-1 p.m.
Join your classmates and friends for food and company between exams. Monday-Thursday, May 2-5, Room 121, 7-10 p.m.
Join graduating students, families, and friends to pray for success in our graduates’ future endeavors. Friday, May 6, room 310, 9 a.m. - noon.
The Indiana State Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section is working with OCPD to promote the annual Solo and Small Firm Conference. This year the law school has scholarships available to send students to the conference on June 2-4 at the French Lick Hotel and Conference Center. Details are available in OCPD.
The Admissions Office seeks to hire multiple first- or second-year law students to work as admissions assistants. These students will help guide members of the class of 2014 through the process of moving to Bloomington, settling in, and preparing to begin class in either July or August. Duties will primarily involve calling and e-mailing students to assist Admissions track the class and to answer questions and provide encouragement for the incoming students. Hours are flexible. The position will be available on a part-time basis ($10/hr). Approximately 50-60 hours per assistant will be required during the summer until the beginning of fall classes. Assistants are not required to be in Bloomington all summer. Please submit a resume and letter of interest to Director of Recruitment Dani Weatherford (email@example.com) before April 20.
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