2008 Initial Reading Assignment.
Reading assignments for the first week of
the Fall semester are available on the Fall 2008 Term Information page -- click
, or go to the main Student
and click on the Fall '08 link under "Academic term information."
Print copies are available on the table outside the third floor cafeteria.
all professors submit initial assignments, so do not be concerned if there is
no listing for one or more of your Fall courses. The list of initial assignments
may be updated periodically if we receive additional assignments.
have not yet returned to school, you may ask the bookstore to hold your Fall course
materials for you until you arrive, or for an extra fee you may request that the
books be mailed to you. If you would like to take advantage of either of these
options, call the bookstore at 312/906-5605. In addition, you may order your course
books over the Internet by clicking on the Bookstore link on the Student
Fall 2008 Course Information Updates.
will be posted later this week.Revised Fall 2008 Class Schedule (with
This document will be posted later this week.
The Bookstore's hours for the Fall semester are available on the Fall
2008 Term Information page
Note about Barnes & Noble:
There have been recent news reports about an indictment of certain individuals
charged with indentity theft in connection with a scheme to hack into the computer
systems of Barnes & Noble, Inc. Please note that this does not
involve Barnes & Noble College Booksellers (the company that operates the
Chicago-Kent Bookstore), which is a separate company from Barnes & Noble,
Spring 2008 CALI Award Winners.
The CALI Excellence for the
Future Award, sponsored by the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction,
is given to the student or students who receive the highest grade in each section
of each course. The CALI award winners for Spring 2008 courses are available by
. If a section or a course is not listed, that means the professor elected
not to give a CALI award, or we have not yet heard from the professor. Congratulations
to all of you who received an award - you should be proud of your achievement.London
Law Consortium: Brochures Available.
Chicago-Kent offers a semester of legal
study in London each Spring semester as part of a consortium with six other schools.
If you are interested in the London Law Consortium for the Spring 2009 semester,
please pick up a copy of the program brochure from Denise Lang outside my office
(Suite 320C). Spaces in the program will be allocated on a first-come, first-served
basis. We must submit to the program administrators completed applications from
all of our participating students no later than September 12, 2008. If you wish
to discuss the program in more detail, contact Professor David Rudstein (firstname.lastname@example.org;
312/906-5354).Joke of the Week.
"The more fonts in a document,
the less content it has." (Guy Kawasaki) Poem of the Week.
This week's poem is "Spring
and Fall," by Gerard Manley Hopkins