Indiana Law Annotated Vol. 26 No. 8 (March 8, 2004)
Table of Contents
- EVENTS & LECTURES
- CAMPUS EVENTS
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- NEWS FROM CAREER SERVICES
- NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
PROFESSOR CONRAD ON CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY TODAY
Professor Stephen Conrad will give the faculty research brown bag presentation at noon on Monday, March 8, in the back room of the Student Lounge. Conrad will present "The Greatest 'Unknown' Founding Father."
PROFESSOR RANDY BARNETT ON RESTORING THE CONSTITUTION MARCH 25
The Federalist Society is hosting a talk this month by author and professor Randy Barnett of the Boston University School of Law. Barnett, a graduate of Harvard Law School and a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, will present "Restoring the Lost Constitution" at noon on Thursday, March 25, in room 125. Barnett will describe how our Supreme Court has eliminated important parts of the Constitution and how we can restore the Constitution, as written, to the law of the land. Comments from Professor Patrick Baude will follow. Lunch will be provided for all in attendance.
ILA OFF TO CANCUN
The cold winter months have taken their toll. The ILA is heading to Cancun for recuperation and will return to Bloomington on March 22. The ILA wishes all a happy spring break!
JOSEPH DELAINE JR. TO PRESENT REFLECTION ON BROWN V. BOARD TUESDAY
The IU Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies and members of the A452/A552 Historical Issues in Black Education class are hosting a talk by Joseph DeLaine Jr., entitled "Brown v. Board of Education: A Personal and Political Reflection," at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 9, in room 006 of Ballantine Hall. DeLaine fought for equality alongside his father, the Rev. Joseph DeLaine, who was a plaintiff in Briggs v. Elliot, the first of the cases in Brown v. Board of Education. A reception will follow in room 004 of Ballantine Hall. For more information, visit www.indiana.edu/~libugls/brown/.
On Feb. 27, Professor Fred Aman gave a paper, "Privatization and Human Rights," at a faculty colloquium held at the Salmon P. Chase Law School, which is part of Northern Kentucky University. At the end of February, Aman completed his new book, The Democracy Deficit: Taming Globalization Through Law Reform, which will be published by NYU Press in the fall.
Professor Michael Jenuwine recently published an article in the journal Psychiatric Services, describing the results of his work with mentally ill youth in detention centers in Illinois from the perspective of mental health services outcomes. He also published an article in Federal Probation, discussing the integration of treatment and probation for sex offenders living in the community.
CAREER SERVICES OFFICE ACQUIRES NEW EMPLOYMENT DATABASE
The Career Services Office has purchased a license to use "LawCrossings," a Web-based database that lists more than 3,000 available positions nationwide for law students and graduates. Students who are interested in using this database will need to obtain the code from the Career Services Office.
PROFESSOR OCHOA TO SPEAK TO ILS WEDNESDAY
Professor Christiana Ochoa will be giving a presentation to the International Law Society (ILS) at their monthly meeting at noon on Wednesday, March 10, in room 122. Ochoa will talk about her research on the relationship between corporate finance and human rights. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions. Lunch will be provided for all in attendance.
BUSINESS AND LAW SOCIETY TO HOST ELECTIONS FOR OFFICERS
The Business and Law Society will be hosting elections on March 24. We will be electing two presidents, one vice president, one treasurer, and one secretary. If you are interested in running for a position, please contact Mark Horvick (firstname.lastname@example.org) and indicate the position you would like to run for. Each candidate will have a few minutes to speak before members vote. If you have any questions about what each position entails, please contact the appropriate current officer. You can find officer information and more on our Web site (www.law.indiana.edu/students/groups/bls/index.shtml).
PHI DELTA PHI SPRING RUSH
If you were unable to join during the fall, don't miss another opportunity to join Phi Delta Phi, the world's oldest legal fraternity. Phi Delta Phi is now taking applications for spring recruits. If you are interested, pick up an application from the student organizations bulletin board on the ground floor, or e- mail our magister, 3L Snider Page. Also, you can check out www.phideltaphi.org to learn more about our organization. Initiation will take place in April.
PHI DELTA PHI "BOWLING FOR NICKELS" CHARITY EVENT MARCH 27
It's time to get your teams together for the "Bowling for Nickels" charity event, which will take place from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 27, at Suburban Lanes. Come by Phi Delta Phi's tables in the lobby during lunch this week and the week after spring break to sign up or to bid on your favorite team. For every pin you hit, Phi Delta Phi will donate 5 cents to charity. Teams will compete in brackets. Entry fees are $21 for a team of three, $15 for a team of two, and $10 per person. The entry fee includes one game, shoes, and a meal ticket (good for a cheeseburger and soft drink).
IU JESSUP MOOT COURT TEAM BRINGS HOME FOURTH PLACE FOR WRITTEN MEMORIALS
Members of the Law School's Jessup Moot Court Team, 3L Elisabeth Claus, 2L Lindsay Gorsuch, 3L Kara Reese, and 3L Dan Strunk, participated in the Jessup regional tournament in Valparaiso, Ind., last week. The team did a great job in the oral arguments and also brought home the fourth place award for their written memorials. Congratulations to all!
DID WE FORGET TO MENTION?
3L Carolyn Shervette also competed in the trial competitions held February 19-22.
Beginning Monday, March 8, the housing bulletin board on the ground floor across from the SLA Bookstore will be maintained by the Admissions Office. All information currently posted there will be removed. If you wish to post a housing notice, please submit your information to the Admissions Office in room 230, or e-mail the details to email@example.com. The information will be put on the housing information list sent out by the Admissions Office. It will also be posted on our Web page for admitted students and on the housing bulletin board.
There will be three categories: Fall information (information from area landlords who have units available for the fall), roommate information (information about students who are looking for roommates to share housing), and sublet information (information about apartments that are available for summer sublet).
ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS: YOUR MEMORABILIA NEEDED FOR LOBBY DISPLAY CASE
Believe it or not, it's time to begin planning our annual graduation display in the lobby! As we have done in the past, we will create a collage of pictures, memorabilia, and clippings commemorating your three years at the Law School. We have already gathered a few things, but the best source of such souvenirs is you. We would like to include photographs depicting your lives while law students (friends, events, weddings, children, etc.); group photographs of law journals, student groups, and moot court teams; memorabilia, including Law School tee shirts, cups, and posters from events; plaques, trophies, and awards; newspapers clippings from the past three years about you, a fellow third-year law student, or the Law School (be sure to include the date and the name of the newspaper); and anything else of significance that is in reasonably good taste and that fits in the display case. We reserve the right to omit any item.
Please give items to the librarians in the reference office or to Karen McAbee, the assistant to the Law Library director, by Monday, March 29. We will return all the items to you following graduation. To ensure that we have all the necessary information to return the items, please do not leave your items in the office or at the circulation desk. Each item must have a completed form attached that includes your name and your return address. You can pick up these forms at the reference desk or in the library office. All comments and reminiscences must be signed (your name, however, will not necessarily be used in the display).
For pictures, include the first and last name of each person in the picture as well as each person's current class standing (1L, 2L, 3L, non-law), what event is pictured, and the year in which it was taken. You may also include a caption. Photographs can be any size, unless they are prints of digital photos, which should be standard sizes (3x5" or 4x6").
ATTENTION SMOKERS: A REMINDER
Please note that there is no smoking permitted on the steps or entrance to the Law School off Indiana Street nor in the overhang area just outside the middle entrance to the garden patio. We have had significant traces of smoke in the library and other offices because of the powerful intake fans in the overhang area. If you wish to smoke, you must go to the upper patio. University policy dictates that there should be no smoking within 30 feet of the building. Please respect the rights of all.
All e-mail about reserving classrooms must be sent to BL-LAW-EVENTS. Mail must be sent to the correct address, bl-law-events (for Outlook users) or firstname.lastname@example.org (for non- Outlook users). Please include the 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 before the event and include the name of the person requesting, the organization planning the event, and an e-mail address. Confirmations will be sent by reply e-mail. Thank you!
Requests for AV services may be sent to Beth at email@example.com. 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 e-mail.
March 8: Professor Conrad, "The Greatest 'Unknown' Founding Father," noon, Student Lounge
March 9: Joseph DeLaine, Jr., "Brown v. Board of Education: A Personal and Political Reflection," 5 p.m., room 006, Ballantine Hall
March 10: Professor Ochoa gives talk at ILS meeting, noon, room 122
ILA: Please visit our Web site at www.law.indiana.edu/publications/ila/ilacurrent.shtml. The ILA is published every Monday with news about the coming week. If you have questions about an item appearing in the ILA, please contact Lesa Petersen (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 856-4044).
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