on outlining course materials.
All students are invited to attend the
Academic Support Program's second installment of the "Getting
Started" series. In this program, Chicago-Kent Law
Review students will present different methods and tips
for creating outlines. The program will be held on October
1, at 5:00pm in room C50 and on October 7, at 12:00pm in
Law School Survival Guide now
A new version of the Law
School Survival Guide is available on-line and
in a printable format. The Guide provides helpful
information about succeeding in your first year of law school,
getting the most out of your classes, and accessing resources
available to Chicago-Kent students. The Guide also
serves as a quick reference for finding movie
and other study
breaks in the Loop and Chicago area.
IIT offers intramural sports for
Law students are invited to participate
in IIT's intramural sports program. This year's intramurals
for men and women are soccer, football, basketball, and
volleyball. You can sign up as a team or individually to
be put on a team. Sign-up sheets are posted at the Keating
Sports Center (3040 South Wabash) or you can e-mail Brogan
Dexter (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your information.
New on-line calendar system.
Looking to find out what is going on at
Chicago-Kent today? Check out the on-line
calendar, which includes information posted by student
organizations, departments, and other event organizers.
Social, professional, and philantropic
networking opportunity available.
Young Professionals (WCYP) is a non-profit networking
organization, founded by a recent Chicago-Kent alum, that
enables young professionals living and/or working in the
Chicago area to establish business and social relationships.
WCYP has two upcoming events that all Chicago-Kent students
are invited to attend: October 16 - Happy Hour and November
6 - Roundtable Discussion with Charlie Trotter. For more
information about these activities and how to sign up, send
an email to email@example.com
or check out www.wycp.org.