Indiana Law Annotated Vol. 19 No. 12 November 10, 2000
Table of Contents
- EVENTS & LECTURES
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
- NEWS FROM THE RECORDER'S OFFICE
- NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
THE INTELLECT: THE PRACTICE OF IP AS IMPACTED BY TECHNOLOGY
The Intellectual Property Law Group will host Chicago Patent Attorney Michael Greenfield of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff on Nov. 14, at 12:15 p.m. in Room 120. The discussion will be on "The Practice of IP as Impacted by Technology." We invite all members, anyone interested in membership, anyone interested in IP, anyone interested in a great networking opportunity, and all faculty to attend the brown bag event. The first 30 people will receive a beverage and chips, so BYOBB.
SEX LIES AND THE ARTS: THE CULTURE WARS FROM MAPPLETHORPE TO THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM
James F. Fitzpatrick, an alumni of IU Law School, will present his lecture "Sex, Lies, and the Arts: The Culture Wars from Mapplethorpe to the Brooklyn Museum" on Thursday, Nov. 16 at 7:00 p.m. in the Moot Court Room. The event is co-sponsored by The Kinsey Institute, The Friends of Art, The Friends of Art Bookshop, and the IU School of Law.
The intense scrutiny of the role of public and private funding for the arts in the 90's was book-ended by two highly controversial events; the Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective, "The Perfect Moment," in 1989 and the Brooklyn Museum exhibition, "Sensation" in 1999. Mr. Fitzpatrick is a Senior Partner with the Arnold Porter firm in Washington, D.C. He will discuss legal ethical, and practical aspects of funding for the arts to the accompaniment of slides of works from the two exhibitions. Lessons for the future regarding rights of free speech of the artist, the proper role of government funding of the arts, and the legitimate rights of a public who is upset over art that the government might fund are drawn from the debate.
Regarding Mayor Guiliani's unlawful cancellation of support for the Brooklyn Museum, Fitzpatrick states, "Everybody has equal rights of free speech, including those who don't like some of the art. But when a city cuts off funds to a city museum, the ultimate danger is to a free society."
SEMINAR: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN
There will be a free seminar on "Domestic Violence and Children" on Nov. 13 & 14; 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at City Council Chambers, Showers Building, 7th & Morton. On Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 12:45 p.m. there will be a panel discussion on "Perspectives from the Child Advocacy and Legal Fields" including our own Nicole Schuster from POP and Jessica Hersch from the Child Advocacy Clinic. The seminar is sponsored by: Monroe County Domestic Violence Task Force; Carl Salzmann, Monroe County Prosecutor; Middle Way House; Mayor's Office, Safe and Civil City Program.
FCLJ WELCOMES FCC COMMISSIONER MONDAY, NOV. 20
FCC Commissioner Harold W. Furchtgott-Roth will visit the Law School on Monday, Nov. 20, for a panel discussion with experts in the field of cybercrime. Panelists include Jim Christy, experienced cyber-cop investigator and Defense Department investigator, and Richard Power, author and cyber-security specialist/consultant.
FCLJ is consponsoring this event with Union Board, the telecom department, and the School of Journalism. Professor Fred Cate will moderate the discussion.
This event will certainly attract a number of students and faculty from a variety of disciplines. Please plan to join us 7:00 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20 in the Moot Court Room for a lively dialogue on this important and timely topic.
STUDENT FACULTY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
The following students were nominated by the Student Law Association and appointed by Dean Aman to these respective faculty committees:
Academic Regulations: Anna Bednarski and Martha Gely
Admissions/Financial Aid: Tavonna Harris and Alejandro Valle
Appointments: Aija Bryson and Andrew Lemar
Career Services/Judicial Clerkships: Christiana Christofides and Dani Weatherford
Community Life: Yolanda Edwards and Janet Horvath
Educational Policy: Marcie Brown and Molly Gibson
Instructional Technology: Ben Stevenson and David Wilford
Library and Building: B.J. Brinkerhoff and Russell Menyhart
Teaching: Emily Glatfelter and Brandy Jones
DECEMBER 2000 COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM
Students attending the University commencement program for December 2000 graduation need to notify the Recorder by Thursday, Nov. 16
FALL SEMESTER EXAM NUMBERS
Exam numbers for the fall semester exams are available in the Recorder's Office, Room 022.
LEXIS CONTEST GOING STRONG
Congratulations to all the winners of Rewards of Working Smarter Program. Currently, over $2,000 has been given away at this school and we are only half way through the giveaway. It is not too late to register for the contest. Simply go to www.lexis.com/lawschool and register. Remember there is still over $2,000 to be given away at IU- Bloomington. The following are all the winners so far. Good luck!!
$1000 Winners: September -- Changhwa J. Cheu; October -- Not yet Awarded; November -- Not Yet Awarded
$100 Winners: Douglas Shontz;
Ben G. Stevenson; Patricia D. Cummings; Michael G. Nye; Eunsook Jung; Jennifer J. Baumann; Charles E. Frayer; Philip A. Davis.
ATTENTION ALL ANIMAL LOVERS FINAL CALL
Meat eaters and leather wearers welcome. Now that we have your attention, please come join us for the very important end-of-the- semester meeting of SALDF (IU law student chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund) on Thursday, Nov. 30, at 12:15 p.m. in Room 124.
Questions: Can anything be done about the puppy mill full of abused and neglected puppies south of town? Is there a way to find temporary homes for the companion animals of abused women fleeing to shelters? Want to see Bloomington ban traveling circuses? What states make animal abuse a felony? What are some arguments for and against hunting? What are the issues around buying fur? What do you think about animal testing? Animals in research?
Get involved in both local and national animal rights issues, using lawyers across the nation as resources for promoting animal rights issues that interest you. Come learn about internships, legal issues, and ways to contribute your good ideas developing legal skills. Give and get information. Help make a difference in the lives of animals----legally speaking.
TWO FOR ONE SPECIAL DEAL--ACT NOW: Membership dues will automatically make you a member of the national organization too. Come join and place your vote in our elections for the positions of president, vice president, and the combined position of secretary/treasurer. Any dues paying member is encouraged to be a candidate and can vote! This is not a time-consuming organization, and participation and involvement can only enhance your law school experience and brighten that resume!!! Come share your great ideas for speakers and events we are planning. We hope to examine a wide range of gritty and controversial issues, looking at all sides!
Once, again, Nov. 30, at 12:15 p.m. Room 124. Mark your calendars! Last chance to see us in 2000.
CONGRATULATIONS BOB AND REBECCA!
Bob Corbett and Rebecca Kreisher, both 3Ls, were married on Saturday, Nov. 4. The couple met here at the Law School. They are planning to relocate to the Southwest after they graduate. Congratulate them when you see them!!!
RESEARCH ASSISTANT NEEDED
Professor Stake would like to hire a research assistant. If you are interested, put your vita in his mailbox in the mailroom on the second floor.
SAVE YOPLAIT YOGURT TOPS
BLSA and the Intellect are holding a Yoplait Yogurt top drive in order to support Breast Cancer research. If you, your friends, or your family eat Yoplait Yogurt, please keep the tops. We will have a drop box outside of the BLSA office on the ground level of the law school (across from the SLA Bookstore). Please aid us in our efforts to support Breast Cancer by bringing in your Yoplait Yogurt lids and dropping them in the collection box.
EVENTS CALENDAR / ROOM SCHEDULING
To schedule classrooms in the law building, send email to bl-law-events (for Outlook users) or bl-events-law@ exchange.indiana.edu (for non-Outlook users). Please include date and time of event, length of time room will be needed, classroom requested and number of people attending event. Requests should be sent at least one week prior to event and include name of person requesting, organization planning the event and an email address. Confirmations will be sent by reply email.
AUDIO - VIDEO SERVICES
Requests for AV services may be sent to Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the name of your group and the e-mail address of the contact person, a description of what you want to do, and the date, location, starting time and duration of the event. Requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance and will be confirmed by email.
Monday - Tuesday, Nov. 13-14, Seminar on Domestic Violence and Children, City Council Chambers, 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 14, Patent Attorney Michael Greenfield, Room 120, 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 15, Indiana State Bar Applications due.
Thursday, Nov. 16, "Sex, Lies and the Arts" by Jim Fitzpatrick, Moot Court Room, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 20, FCC Commissioner, Moot Court Room, 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 30, SALDF Meeting, Room 124, 12:15 p.m.
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Updated: 13 November 2000