Labor Relations in the Rapidly Changing Workplace of the New Millennium
On Friday, April 7, Chicago-Kent will present the 22nd annual Kenneth M. Piper Lecture, Labor Relations in the Rapidly Changing Workplace of the New Millennium, in the Richard B. Ogilvie Auditorium from 11:30-1:00 p.m.
Jonathan Hiatt, general counsel of the AFL-CIO, William Hobgood,
senior vice-president for United Airlines and Professor Katherine Stone
of Cornell and Yale are the featured lecturers. The lecture will
address the implications of improved technology, globalization of the economy,
increased contingency in employment, and greater racial and ethnic diversity
All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend.
ATTENTION - ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN CIVIL RIGHTS LITIGATION
The 17th annual conference on Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation
On Thursday and Friday, March 16-17, 2000, the law school will host Professor Sheldon Nahmod's 17th annual Section 1983 conference. The conference features nationally prominent law professors and practitioners who offer instruction on both the fundamentals and the more advanced aspects of §1983 practice and trial skills, and analyze the latest case decisions. If you can attend only one session, come for Professor Nahmod's lecture on the prima facie case against individuals. This is a unique opportunity for students who intend to be involved in federal court litigation when they practice.
Law students (JD only) enrolled at Chicago-Kent are welcome to attend
any or all of the program sessions free of charge (note: course materials
are not included; however, copies of the materials
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! ATTENTION- ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
The 12th Annual Henry C. Morris Lecture in International and Comparative Law
On Monday, March 20, 2000, at 12 noon in the Auditorium, please plan on attending the 12th annual Henry C. Morris Lecture in International and Comparative Law. This year’s lecture is entitled Conflicting Laws in a Common Market: The NAFTA Experiment. Professor Patrick Glenn will discuss how the three North American countries have adapted their national laws, at a sub-NAFTA level, to the free movement of goods in North America. The use and control of blocking statutes will be examined, particularly as they may affect U.S. judicial orders. The use of national constitutions to facilitate NAFTA objectives will also be explored.
Professor Glenn is the Peter M. Laing Professor of Law of McGill University and former director (1998-1999) of McGill University’s Institute of Comparative Law. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law. Educated at British Columbia, Queen’s, Harvard and Strasbourg, where he obtained his doctorate in French law, he has been a visiting scholar at Munich, Aix-en-Provence, Fribourg, Lausanne and Puebla.
A pizza and salad luncheon will be held on the 10th floor immediately
following the lecture especially for students. This is an excellent
opportunity to ask questions of Professor Glenn and further explore the
issues articulated in the lecture. Please RSVP your attendance
by email to lerkmani by Thursday, March 16.
ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING
Student volunteer opportunities for law students (JD only) are available
for the Continuing Legal
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