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Welcome to Indiana Law Annotated. Although this past summer was probably unlike anything you've ever experienced, we hope it was pleasant and productive. A special welcome goes to the Class of 2023. Even though the environment on campus isn't as physically close-knit as usual, we hope that you're settling in comfortably and feeling at home.
ILA is published every Sunday afternoon. It's your one-stop resource for everything going on at the Law School, albeit most of it virtually this semester. If you're in Baier Hall, ILA contents also appear on the virtual sign on the first floor.
Best wishes to all of you for a safe, healthy, and enjoyable semester.
Ken Turchi, '83
Assistant Dean, ILA Editor
Callout meetings this week
- Tax Law Society
- Labor and Employment Law Society
- Sports and Entertainment Law Society
- IP Association/IP Theory/ChIP
- Latinx Law Student Association
- Business and Law Society
- International Law Society
- Black Law Students Association
- Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
- Middle Eastern Law Student Association
- American Constitution Society
- International Student Association
- Jewish Law Student Association
Series on the Centennial of the 19th Amendment
Beginning today, the Office of the Provost is offering a series of events commemorating the centennial of the 19th Amendment, including August 26, now widely celebrated as Women's Equality Day. Visit this page for a guide to all the events, and be sure to join Associate Dean and Professor Deborah Widiss as she moderates a panel on women's political participation on August 28 featuring Professors Luis Fuentes-Rohwer and Susan Williams (see Friday listing).
Virtual Student Organization Fair
New students are invited to join the fall 2020 virtual student organization fair, held asynchronously via their class Canvas page. Look for videos introducing the various student organizations at the Law School and individual pages for each group with information about their upcoming callout meetings. You’ll also have a chance to sign up for the mailing list of each group that interests you. The fair continues on Tuesday. Contact Director Beck with questions.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Civil Procedure But Were Too Bored to Ask
A lecture by Dean Orenstein will provide a primer to Civil Procedure to help first-year students succeed in their Torts block. 5:30 p.m. Register in advance for this meeting. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the meeting.
No events scheduled
Jumpstart: Prepare to Practice
This year, the Jerome Hall Law Library's summer research tutorials are going virtual. The law librarians are working to make videos and other materials on several legal research topics: administrative law, legislative history, docket research, Indiana legal research, and a general refresher course. These materials will be put on Canvas and made available to anyone who is interested. You'll be notified when the sessions are finished and will be provided with instructions on accessing the Canvas page.
In addition to these sessions, the law librarians are available virtually to help with any research needs you may have over the summer. Please email any librarian directly, fill out the Ask a Librarian form, or use chat reference to set up a reference appointment.
Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research Speaker Series: Kristen Eichensehr, "The Law and Politics of Cyberattack Attribution"
Attribution of cyberattacks requires identifying those responsible for bad acts, including states, and accurate attribution is a crucial predicate in contexts as diverse as criminal indictments, insurance coverage disputes, and cyberwar. But the difficult technical side of attribution is just the precursor to highly contested legal and policy questions about when and how to accuse governments of responsibility. Although politics may largely determine whether attributions are made public, this talk argues that when cyberattacks are publicly attributed to states, such attributions should be governed by legal standards. Co-hosted with the Ostrom Workshop.
Kristen Eichensehr is a professor of law at the University of Virginia. Eichensehr joined the Law School in 2020 after serving on the faculty of the UCLA School of Law.
Noon-1:00 p.m. EDT. Register to attend.
IP Colloquium: Irene Caliboli, Texas A&M
Join the Center for IP Research and Professor Marshall Leaffer for the 2020 IP Colloquium featuring speakers addressing international issues in intellectual property.
Today’s speaker, Irene Calboli (Texas A&M), will present “Bridging the Trans-Atlantic Divide: How and Why protecting Geographical Indications Could Also Benefit the United States.” This lecture will address the highly contested topic of Geographical Indications of Origin (GIs) in the framework of the (now suspended) Trans-Atlantic trade negotiations between the European Union and the United States. It will move beyond the traditional, and often misguided, debate based on the divide between "Old" and "New" worlds, and consider instead the benefit that protecting GIs can also have for the economy of the United States.
Two hours of Indiana CLE credit has been approved for this talk. To RSVP or for more information, please email email@example.com. 1:05-3:05 p.m.
Access to Justice Pro Bono Callout
Come hear from all of Indiana Law's pro bono organizations during our annual callout meeting.This year's virtual meeting is a great opportunity to learn more about pro bono opportunities, sign-up for organizations, and learn how to track your pro bono hours. 2:00 p.m.
If you call into the meeting using a phone, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number. Information for accessing the virtual meeting is below:
Meeting ID: 942 7578 5606
Center for Law, Society & Culture Lecture
Dov Fox, "Birth Rights and Wrongs: How Medicine and Technology Are Remaking Reproduction and the Law." 4:00 p.m. Register on the Law School calendar for Zoom login details.
Town Hall with Dean Parrish
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to this semester’s Town Hall meeting with Dean Parrish. Come hear the dean’s State of the School address and learn more about the strategic initiatives moving us forward. The Town Hall will be in its usual format, with the dean first providing a short address to the students followed by a question-and-answer session for you to voice any concerns. Please RSVP on the web calendar with you IU email to receive zoom link and password. 6:15-6:45 p.m.
"Power: Women's Political Participation in the U.S. and Around the World"
This panel, part of a week-long commemoration of the 19th Amendment, will be moderated by three Maurer School of Law professors: Associate Dean and Professor of Law Deborah Widiss; Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, the Class of 1950 Herman B Wells Endowed Professor;and Susan Williams, the Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law; Director, Center for Constitutional Democracy; along with Marjorie Hershey, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Political Science in The College. Presented by the Maurer School of Law and the Department of Political Science. Noon-1:00 p.m. The talk will be live-streamed on the IU Arts & Humanities Council's Facebook page.
CIPR Kickoff Event: Virtual Trivia Night
Please join the Center for IP Research as we celebrate the start of the 2020-2021 academic year with a virtual trivia night! Local trivia host Bloomington Pub Quiz, will provide the questions. You provide the answers! This is an informal event and a great chance for current and incoming IP students to meet each other and CIPR faculty and staff. All current IP Association members, Law School faculty and staff, and 1L and international students with an interest in IP are invited to attend. Email email@example.com to RSVP in advance with your team name and team members. No prior knowledge of intellectual property law necessary. 7:00-8:30 p.m. EDT.
No events scheduled
1L Diversity Panel
The 1L Diversity Panel welcomes the incoming 1L class and invites students who identify as a person of color to join this event. Panelists from LLSA, BLSA, MELSA and APALSA will discuss attending law school as a person of color, tips for success, and answer questions from the audience. If anyone has particular questions or concerns they'd like the panel to discuss, please email Bill Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is the Zoom login info.
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