Indiana Law Annotated Vol. 29 No. 7 (October 10, 2005)
Table of Contents
- ILA HIATUS
- HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 10
- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11
- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12
- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13
- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- ILA SUBMISSIONS
The ILA will not be published during the week of Oct. 17 (Fall Break). It will resume publication on Oct. 24.
This week, 140 students will begin the preliminary oral argument rounds of the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition. Arguments will take place each evening, Monday through Friday, at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Anyone who is not a competitor may attend the arguments. On behalf of the Moot Court Board, thank you to all of the faculty, staff, and alumni who are contributing to the competition this year. Thanks also to our sponsor, Bose McKinney & Evans. Good luck, everyone!
Indiana Law alumnus Ted Waggoner, JD'78, will make a presentation to students on the keys to developing a successful solo or small firm practice at noon on Thursday, Oct. 13, in the Moot Court Room. Waggoner is a partner at Peterson & Waggoner in Rochester, Ind., and a contributing author to the recently published ABA book, How to Capture and Keep Clients: Marketing Strategies for Lawyers.
Paul Dourish, associate professor at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, will give a talk titled, "From Privacy and Security to Collective Information Practices," from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13, in the Faculty Conference Room (room 335).
The Women's Law Caucus (WLC) will meet at 12:15 p.m. in room 122 to brainstorm themes for this year's auction and to discuss special events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Lunch will be served.
Call-out Meeting for Study Abroad
Students interested in study abroad opportunities for this summer or next year (fall or spring semester) should attend the study abroad call-out meeting from noon to 1 p.m. in the Moot Court Room. Dean Len Fromm, Dean Leslie Davis, returning study abroad students, and current exchange students will talk about the opportunities available for summer (London, Paris, Dublin, Florence, Barcelona) and semester study (London, Paris, Barcelona, Hamburg, Jena, Beijing, Shanghai, Auckland, Warsaw) and will discuss the application procedure. For more information, see the study abroad Web site at http://law.indiana.edu/curriculum/programs/overseas_study.shtml.
Fundamentals of Successful Solo and Small Firm Practice
Indiana Law alumnus Ted Waggoner, JD'78, will make a presentation to students at noon in the Moot Court Room on the keys to developing a successful solo or small firm practice. Waggoner, who recently served as president of the Law School's Alumni Board, is a partner at Peterson & Waggoner in Rochester, Ind., and a contributing author to the recently published ABA book, How to Capture and Keep Clients: Marketing Strategies for Lawyers. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences on solo and small firm practice. This event is co-sponsored by the IU Dean of Students and the Law School's Office of Career Services. Lunch will be provided.
CACR 2005-06 Speaker Series Features Professor Dourish
Paul Dourish, associate professor at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, is the guest speaker for the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) 2005-06 Speaker Series. Dourish will give a talk titled, "From Privacy and Security to Collective Information Practices," from noon to 1 p.m. in the Faculty Conference Room (room 335). Students, staff, and faculty are invited. Dourish will draw on a range of examples to introduce some alternatives to the traditional economic model of privacy and security, and, in particular, suggest the value of thinking about privacy and security alongside broader issues of risk, danger, secrecy, trust, identity, and more. He will also show how this broader perspective has been informing system design efforts. The talk is sponsored by the IU Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and the CACR.
Attention Runners and Walkers
The Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) and the Student Law Association (SLA) need your support. We are putting together a team to participate in the "Jill Behrman Run for the End Zone" 5K run/walk. The entry fee is $15 per person. You will receive a T-shirt for your participation. Prizes will be awarded for the team with the most members and for the "most creatively attired" team. Please contact Megan (email@example.com) or stop by the table in the lobby this week during the lunch hour. The money goes to support Jill's House, an organization committed to providing temporary, home-like residences for patients undergoing outpatient therapy at the Indiana University Proton Therapy facility in Bloomington. Each year, more than 1,400 people participate in this event, which has raised more than $15,000 for Jill's House thus far. Other activities on race day include a Wellness Fair with more than 40 vendors.
Professor Daniel Conkle recently presented a paper, "Three Theories of Substantive Due Process," at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University.
On Sept. 30, Professor Christiana Ochoa participated in an interdisciplinary conference hosted by the Indiana University Anti-Sweatshop Advisory Committee titled "The University and Fair Trade." Ochoa discussed the meaning of "fair trade" and the power of large consumer groups to influence corporate behavior in the direction of greater social responsibility. The conference was featured on WFIU.
Professor Fred H. Cate gave the keynote address at the annual Identity Fraud conference in Los Angeles and spoke to the Bench-Bar Conference of the Monroe County Bar Association in Bloomington.
2005-06 Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition: Oral Argument Rounds
This week, 140 students will begin the preliminary oral argument rounds of the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition. Arguments will take place each evening, Monday through Friday, at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Many Indiana Law alumni will be participating as judges for the competition. Consult the posting on the main floor and outside the Moot Court office for a list of the judges and competitors each night. Anyone who is not a competitor may attend the arguments. After Fall Break (the week of Oct. 17), the preliminary rounds will resume during the weeks of Oct. 24 and Oct. 31. On behalf of the Moot Court Board, thank you to all of the faculty, staff, and alumni who are contributing to the competition this year. Thanks also to our sponsor, Bose McKinney & Evans. Good luck, everyone!
Professor Cate Looking for Research Assistants
Professor Fred H. Cate is looking for two research assistants with excellent research, analysis, and writing skills to work on information security and national security/privacy issues. Interested students should put a letter summarizing their interest and experience, a resume, and a transcript in Cate's box in the second-floor mail room.
Student Lounge Reserved on Wednesdays for "Lunch with a Lawyer" Program
Career Services will be hosting lunches in the Student Lounge every Wednesday through Nov. 16. We wanted to notify students who normally may use the Student Lounge between noon and 1 p.m. on Wednesdays that the lounge has been reserved for the "Lunch with a Lawyer" program.
PDP Thank-you Cards
Phi Delta Phi (PDP) International Legal Fraternity is selling School of Law thank-you cards from noon to 1 p.m. in the lobby. The sale will continue throughout the semester. Stop by and check out these beautiful cards, perfect for any occasion!
Get Involved with the Pro Bono Project
Would you like to network with attorneys? Do you need more real-world legal experience in order to find a job or to decide what area of law to pursue? Is there a specialty area of law that you would like to pursue, but do not know how? The Pro Bono Project is pleased to announce that students can accomplish all of the above while earning one B710 credit. By becoming involved with the Pro Bono Project, students can work with local attorneys and/or pro se litigants on a variety of cases in a variety of specialty areas. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Diane Walker, District 10 Pro Bono Project coordinator, at Dist10probono@aol.com
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