April 8, 2013
Justice David delivers a lecture on Monday.
Part of the expanded Maurer Urban Experience, Wednesday.
Lecture on Abortion Restrictions, Wednesday.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Steven H. David will discuss his legal career and experiences that led him to receive an appointment on the Indiana Supreme Court, including his service as Chief Defense Counsel for the Office of Military Commissions. Co-sponsored by Center for Law, Society, and Culture, American Constitution Society, and OCPD. Justice David's biography and other details available on Symplicity. Lunch provided. Moot Court Room, noon.
Join OCPD for a software tutorial that will enable you to better use our Career Services Management System. This will include how to bid for fall OCIs. Lunch will be provided to those who sign up on Symplicity. Repeats Tuesday. Room 125, noon.
Family Law Society will be holding a panel discussing the Maurer clinics related to family law (Community Legal Clinic, Viola J. Taliaferro Children and Family Mediation Clinic, Disability Law Clinic), and holding elections for next year's executive board. Lunch will be provided. Room 213, noon.
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund members are encouraged to attend our elections for next year's Executive Board. Food will be served. Please attend if at all possible. We need as many of our members to vote as we can get. Please direct any questions to Brandon Callahan at email@example.com. Room 124, noon.
This training is a great way to prepare for being a summer associate at a firm, working in the public sector, or a judicial clerkship. This will teach you how to research in a way that allows you to research any issue for your employer in a manner that does not waste money in their legal resource account. You will learn cost-effective, and equally important, effective research skills. Having attended "Think Like a Lawyer Part 1" is not required to take advantage of this training. Repeats Thursday, April 11. Room 122, noon.
Cost-effective training for summer jobs. Room 121, noon.
See Monday. Room125, noon.
The Feminist Law Forum, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, Protective Order Project, and Health Law Society are honored to host their spring guest speaker, Professor Andrew Taslitz, author of Rape and the Culture of the Courtroom and other feminist law works. Professor Taslitz will be speaking on feminist approaches to criminal law in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Professor Taslitz has taught criminal procedure, professional responsibility, and evidence. He is co-author of Evidence Law and Practice and currently teaches at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. Pizza will be served. Moot Court Room, noon.
We will be electing next year's Phi Alpha Delta Executive Board. Lunch will be provided. Room 214, noon.
The Feminist Law Forum, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, the Health Law Society & the Protective Order Project invite you to attend a question-and-answer session with Professor Andrew Taslitz (to follow his talk at noon in room 123). Please bring your questions about feminism, criminal procedure, evidence, sexual assault, and how all of these subjects intertwine. Room 335, 4:30-5:30.
Come have lunch with us! Room 216, noon.
Learn about school year externship and summer opportunities with the Environmental and Natural Resource Division/Environmental Enforcement Section of the DOJ. Remember: the Maurer Urban Experience (public interest externships) is now available in both fall and spring. Joe Hurley, Senior Attorney at the EES-DOJ and Lindsay Koenings (3L), who is currently serving as an intern there, will present information about these opportunities. RSVP on Symplicity for pizza. Room 216, noon.
Louise Melling, American Civil Liberties Union Deputy Legal Director and Director of the ACLU Center for Liberty, will discuss the status of abortion restrictions and how they compromise our rights and well being today, as well as what is to come, forty years after the Court decided Roe v. Wade. Co-sponsored by ACS, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and Feminist Law Forum. Lunch provided. Moot Court Room, noon.
The Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum and the Office of Career and Professional Development present a program titled "Estate Planning: Client Relations and Basic Document Preparation." C. Daniel Yates, JD'73, Bose McKinney & Evans, Indianapolis, will offer key insights and tips to help you be successful when entering practice. Mr. Yates will also answer your questions. Pizza and drinks will be provided. Moot Court Room, 4:30.
Sessions will be noon-12:30 p.m. and 12:30 p.m.- 1 p.m. Room 125.
See Monday. Moot Court Room, noon.
Dean Motley and Professors Brown, Bell, Lovelace, and Singleton will conduct a panel discussion with BLSA members on how to conduct themselves professionally. This event will pertain to professionalism within the law school, and will be especially relevant as the students prepare for summer employment. Room 125, 4:00-5:30.
The Maurer School of Law is looking for outstanding student leaders to re-activate the IndyBar Law Student Division. Executive board elections will be held for the 2013-2014 school year. The Maurer School of Law is looking for outstanding student leaders to re-activate the IndyBar Law Student Division. Now's the time to get involved! Room 124, noon.
The Tax Policy Colloquium welcomes Victor Fleischer (University of Colorado Law School), who will be presenting his paper, "The Supercharged IPO." For more information about this talk and the colloquium series, please go to the Colloquium website. Room 216, 1:25 p.m.
The Center will host a presentation by Kathryn Hendley (University of Wisconsin -Madison), who will present her paper "Is Justice Possible in Russia's Courts? An Analysis from the Bottom Up." Light refreshments will be provided. A full list of Center events for the semester can be found at their web page. Room 335, 4:00 p.m.
Access to Justice and OCPD are joining forces to bring you an informational session on fellowships. Kate Holley, a 3L who received a postgraduate Equal Justice Works Fellowship, will discuss the application process. Professor Widiss, who was an Equal Justice Works Fellow, will be sharing information about her experience as a Fellow. Andrew Bunger of OCPD will discuss other fellowship opportunities and resources through OCPD. Pizza provided. Room 124, noon.
Sessions will be noon-12:30pm and 12:30 p.m.-1 p.m. Room 122.
Please come enjoy your fellow students' comedic production of Hard Candy and Check Please! Take Two. The plays will open your mind to possibilities of how badly interviews and blind dates can go. Tickets are $3 and available all week during the noon hour or at the door. Moot Court Room; doors open at 7:00; show begins at 7:30. Repeats Saturday.
On March 20, 2013, Professor Leandra Lederman presented her co-authored work in progress, "Which Cases Settle? A Large-Scale Empirical Study of U.S. Tax Court Cases" at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law Tax Workshop. This full-day workshop included U.S. Tax Court Judge Mark Holmes as the featured discussant.
Louise Melling of the ACLU and Professor Johnsen will discuss their perspectives and lead a discussion on liberty as the ACLU of Indiana celebrates sixty years in the fight for progress in Indiana. This is a great opportunity for students to meet attorneys from a variety of backgrounds. If you are interested in carpooling to Indianapolis for this event, please contact Jim Spangler at firstname.lastname@example.org. Event will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 6:00-7:30, Indiana War Memorial, 431 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis.
This lecture features S. Daniel Harbottle, JD, PhD, founder of the Harbottle Group, which represents some of the largest and most populous school districts in Southern California.
Dr. Harbottle practices in both state and federal courts nationwide, as well as in the administrative law settings unique to the practice of Education Law. He also provides ongoing legal consultation to numerous school districts, and conducts frequent education law seminars.
Wright Education Building Auditorium, 201 N. Rose Avenue, School of Education. 2:30-4:00 p.m. Repeats Monday, April 15, 6:00-6:45 p.m. Questions? contact Prof. Janet R. Decker at email@example.com.
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