Indiana Law Annotated for February 18, 2013

February 18, 2013

This Week in the Law School

A Law Degree Opens Many Doors

Find out more on Wednesday and Thursday.

Professors Fidler and Shreve

Speaking Tuesday and Wednesday.

Phi Delta Phi Blood Drive



Monday, February 18

Social Media Networking Workshop

Social Media sites have proven very beneficial in the job search and networking process. Come and learn how to use these new tools of the trade to your best advantage to expand your networking and to look for and land a job. Pizza for those who RSVP. Room 125, noon.

APALSA General Body Meeting

Our first general body meeting of the semester. Attendance is encouraged for all members. The e-board will be speaking about upcoming events and other important matters for the semester. Lunch will be provided in the form of tasty Asian food. Room 120, noon.


Tuesday, February 19

International Law Society Speaker: Prof. Fidler

The International Law Society will host a talk by Professor David Fidler titled "My Career As An International Lawyer." Professor Fidler will discuss his career in the international arena with a focus on what it means for law school education in these uncertain times. Room 121, noon.

Bible Study

Come have lunch with us! Room 216, noon.


Wednesday, February 20

Leaders, Not Lawyers: Leveraging Your JD Outside the Legal Practice

Join OCPD for this alternative careers panel of professionals who have used their law degrees to succeed in non-legal settings. Speakers include Chris Molloy, President, Bloomington Hospital Foundation; Tony Armstrong, JD'91, President and CEO, Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation; and Randy Lloyd, JD'92, Vice President, First Capital Group. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP. Related workshop to come in the following weeks. Room 125, noon.

Center for Law, Society, and Culture Workshop: Gene Shreve

The Workshop will host a presentation by our own Gene Shreve, who will present his paper "Law in a Community of Disciplines." Light refreshments will be provided. A full list of Law, Society, and Culture Center events for the semester can be found at their web page. Room 335, noon.


Thursday, February 21

Career Choices: Government, Civil and Criminal

Please join Jenny Hesch, JD'08, of TRICARE Management Activity, U.S. Dept. of Veteran's Affairs, in Washington, DC and Brad King, New York County District Attorney's Office. Pizza provided to those who RSVP at least 24 hours prior to the event. ID card is required to check in. Check Symplicity often as small-group sessions are posted/updated daily. Room 125, noon

Phi Delta Phi Blood Drive

Sign up ahead of time or stop by the student lounge, 10:00 - 3:00.

Cybersecurity Seminar Series Presentation

Nick Feamster, University of Maryland. Room 335, noon.

Center for Constitutional Democracy Presentation

Jonathan Henriques, PhD candidate, on South Sudan. CCD conference room, noon. Seating is limited.

Tax Policy Colloquium

Bryan Camp, Texas Tech University School of Law, will present his paper, "The Play's the Thing II: Taxation of Electronic Gaming." For more information about this talk and the colloquium series, please go to the colloquium's web page.


Friday, February 22

No events scheduled.


Saturday, February 23

No events scheduled.


Faculty News

Professor Marshall Leaffer taught a two-day course on U.S. design law at the Munich Intellectual Property Center, Munich, Germany, January 21-22.



Center for the Business of Life Sciences Information Session and Reception

Join the Center for Business of Life Sciences at the IU Kelley School of Business for an information session and reception on Thursday, February 21st from 5:30-7:30p.m., Kelley Graduate Building room 0034. There will be a presentation about LemerPax USA and the emerging life sciences cluster in Southeast Indiana. Also, the reception will be a great opportunity to network with guest presenters, CBLS staff, and a diverse group of students in the sciences, medicine, informatics, law, business, and other fields. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served. The attire is business casual. Reserve your seat by Monday, February 18th by emailing Kelli Conder at

Protective Order Project Volunteer Call-Out

2Ls and 3Ls: If you have not started your goal of 60 hours of pro bono service yet, you can begin volunteering for the Protective Order Project at any time during the year. Please contact Jenny Rulon at if you are interested in volunteering with POP this semester.

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