The Record

Vol. No. XXIX, No. 6
February 19, 1996



FROM DEAN MATASAR

More student scholarship....

Susan Silberman Blasi has been selected to present a paper at the Suffolk University and Suffolk Lawyer's Guild First Annual Convocation for Law Students on March 810. And Eric Bryn has written an article that was accepted for publication by the North Central Environmental Law Journal, published by the University of South Dakota. Mr. Bryn's paper is on biodiversity protection opportunities in a large-scale flood management program underway in North Dakota, and was originally submitted as a seminar paper.

Congratulations to Mrs. Silberman Blasi and Mr. Bryn--keep up the great work!


FROM DEAN NANCY HERMAN

CRITICAL INFORMATION REGARDING: NEED-AND-MERIT-BASED AND MERIT-ONLY SCHOLARSHIPS

Continuing students are eligible to receive both need-and-merit-based and merit-only scholarships. Need-and-merit-based awards constitute a larger dollar amount than merit-only scholarships.

Merit-only scholarships do not require a financial aid application. If you are only interested in these merit-only scholarships, you do not need to apply for financial aid.

If you want to be considered for need-and-merit-based scholarships, then you must complete all of the financial aid forms, even if you are not planning to take out student loans. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be received by the processor no later than April 1, 1996, and the Institutional Application for Financial Aid must be received by the Chicago-Kent College of Law Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, Suite 230, no later than April 1, 1996.


FROM DEANS DEUTSCH AND TARLOCK

ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN JOINING THE PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY LAW

We will hold two meetings for students interested in joining the Program in Environmental and Energy Law at the start of the 1996-1997 academic year. One meeting will be on TUESDAY, MARCH 5 AT NOON IN ROOM 570. The other will be on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 AT 5:00 P.M. IN ROOM 570. While the first meeting is intended to be for day students and the second for evening students, you are welcome to attend either one. The meetings should last about half an hour to forty-five minutes. We will explain how easy it is to join the Program (just fill out a form), and the requirements and opportunities of the Program.


CAREER SERVICES

[unavailable outside Chicago-Kent]


CHECK IT OUT . . . NEWS FROM THE INFORMATION CENTER

TUTORIAL

Have you ever wanted to find a new law in hardcopy form as well as a quick legislative history background? If so, then this week's tutorial on the UNITED STATES CODE CONGRESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE NEWS (USCCAN) is for you.

The Reference Staff of the Information Center will be presenting the tutorials on USCCAN. Each one will last approximately 20 minutes, or less. It is not mandatory that you sign up. Just stop by the Reference Desk at any of the scheduled times. The tutorial schedule will be posted on the 9th floor bulletin board.

If you have any suggestions or comments about the tutorial topics or times, we'd like to have them. Contact Lenore Glanz (e-mail: LGLANZ).

MEDIA SERVICES MOVIE

This month we are featuring the video, "Defending Our Lives". This documentary tells the stories of four women in prison for the murders of their husbands because of many years of domestic violence and spousal abuse.

"Defending Our Lives" is a bold and gripping account of how domestic violence cases are handled by the courts.

The Media Room (680H) is open during regular Information Center hours, and may be used upon request or reservation at the Library Services Desk.

NEW ON REFERENCE

Illinois Judicial Profiles - This title provides current biographical data, enhanced by case reference, of State and Federal judges serving in Illinois. It's available at the Reference Desk at KFI1708.A19.I44.

'TIS THE TAX SEASON - The Information Center has IRS taxforms available on LOIS. Taxforms are in the LOIS database; use "student" as your ID and password or ask for assistance at the Reference Desk.


OFFICE OF ALUMNAE/I & STUDENT RELATIONS

1996 Graduation Committee Meeting: There will be a 1996 graduation committee meeting on Monday, February 19 at 5:30 p.m., in room 325.

Pictures: 1996 Class proofs are ready to be picked up! Come by the Office of Alumnae/i & Student Relations, Suite 310 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., to choose the pose you want to appear in the composite. If you do not choose a pose, Wykoff Portraits will do it for you! The proofs will be held in Suite 310 until Friday, March 1.

Photo retakes: If you missed the first round of photo sessions, or are disappointed with your proofs, Wyckoff Portraits will be back to continue shooting. They will be in room 583 during the following times:

February 22: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

February 23: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Sign up sheets for the photo sessions are posted in Suite 310.


NEWS FROM THE CLC (CENTER FOR LAW AND COMPUTERS)

Network Maintenance

In the ongoing effort to improve service by providing reliable performance and state-of-the-art technology on campus, we are beginning a program of regularly scheduled maintenance of Kentnet and Profnet.

On the second Sunday of each month Kentnet and Profnet will be out of service between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. . No dial-in or campus access will be possible during the maintenance period. The schedule for this maintenance for the rest of Spring, 1996 follows:

March 10

April 14

May 12

If you have any questions or comments about these process, please contact Kristen McQuillin (KMCQUILL).

Read The Record Online

Read this semester's issues of The Record on computer! Log into Kentnet, look under NEWS | THE LAW SCHOOL RECORD. You can either see issues from this semester (under CURRENT SEMESTER ISSUES) or from previous semesters (under ARCHIVES). Electronic issues can also be read electronically while dialed into Kentnet from home. They are also available under NEWS | THE LAW SCHOOL RECORD menus.

Check Your Printing Balance

The second semester has started, and so have new printer account balances. As with last semester, each student has an allowance of 400 free pages for the Spring, 1996 semester.

You can check your current printing balance at any time. Look under KENTNET NETWORK SERVICES | SPRING 1996 STUDENT PRINTER ACCOUNT BALANCES. If you have any unpaid balance from last semester (available under FALL 1995 STUDENT PRINTER ACCOUNT BALANCES) your printing privileges will be discontinued until the balance is paid to the Bursar.


FACULTY NEWS

John Strzynski judged the Semi-Final Round of the Jessup International Moot Court Competition (Midwest Region) Sunday, February 11, 1996 at the Northern Illinois University College of Law in DeKalb, Illinois.

Professor Mickie Voges presented a one-day seminar on "Copyright in the Electronic Age" in Dallas on February 9, 1996. The seminar was sponsored by the American Society for Information Science.


EXAM REVIEWS

Professor Sherman

Students who wish to review their performance on last December's final examinations in Employee Benefits Law or Gift and Estate Tax should promptly consult the sign-up sheet on Professor Sherman's office door (room 741).

Professor Richard Wright

Professor Wright will have an exam review session for his day and evening Torts classes from the Fall 1995 semester on Monday evening, February 19, in room C40 beginning at 7:35 p.m. Check your e-mail for any possible amendment. Any one who wants to go over his or her exam individually MUST attend this exam review session.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

[Unavailable Outside of Chicago-Kent]


SPECIAL NOTICES

Dean's Advisory Council

The Dean's Advisory Council will meet Thursday, February 22, from 5:00 p.m. to 5:50 p.m. in room 580.

Criminal Trial Film Series

This week's movie is "A Cry in the Dark," starring Meryl Streep and Sam Neill. Like many movies in the series, the story is true. The movie depicts Australia's 1980 "trial of the century," a genuine media circus in which a mother is tried for slaying her infant daughter. The movie was made in 1988, but, similarities to certain more recent American events are eerie. Show time is 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20 in the auditorium. See you there!!

Date Day Time Movie

Feb. 20 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. A Cry in the Dark

Feb. 28 Wednesday 4:00 p.m. Compulsion

Mar. 5 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Presumed Innocent

Mar. 13 Wednesday 4:00 p.m. Anatomy of a Murder

Mar. 19 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. To Kill a Mockingbird

Apr. 2 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Breaker Morant

Apr. 9 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Judgment at Nuremberg

Apr. 18 Thursday 4:00 p.m. Let Him Have It

Apr. 23 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Witness for the Prosecution

Apr. 30 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. My Cousin Vinny

Pro Bono Opportunity

Pro Bono Advocates is an organization dedicated to providing legal services to economically disadvantaged victims of domestic violence, through the efforts of staff and volunteer attorneys, assisted by law students and others. PBA/LAW also undertakes advocacy to improve and increase free legal services to battered women and the poor.

HERE'S WHERE YOU COME IN: PBA is looking for law students to participate in its work. You can conduct detailed interviews of prospective clients, help to determine their eligibility for a protective order under the pertinent statute, prepare the initial pleadings for an emergency order of protection, fill out other necessary judicial forms, and otherwise assist in helping these domestic violence victims get legal redress and move on with their lives. If you have a 7-11 license, you can represent clients in court, under the supervision of a licensed attorney. You also may be able to assist attorneys who are representing PBA clients in divorce proceedings. In short, you can help persons in need of help from the legal system while honing your own professional skills.

If you are interested in undertaking this pro bono activity, contact Prof. Joan Steinman (a member of the governing Board of PBA) (e-mail: jsteinma) and give her a copy of your resume. She will forward your resume to Swati Avasthi at PBA, who will arrange an interview with you. PBA will provide training. Thanks!

J.D. Certificate in Labor & Employment Law Available Fall, 1996!

Chicago-Kent, one of the nation's leaders in Labor and Employment Law, announces a new certificate on labor and employment law. Through coursework and practical skills-training, this program prepares students for the dynamic area of concentration in labor relations law, equal employment opportunity, employment relationships and employee benefits!

This program is designed for students with a broad range of backgrounds. For more information, see the detailed program description at the back of the Record. All current first year students and second year evening students interested should contact Professor Malin (e-mail MMALIN).

Political Campaign Material

IIT's obligation as a tax-exempt entity is to refrain from engaging in any partisan political campaign. This includes using university facilities, including bulletin boards and e-mail, to indicate support for one political candidate and/or party over another. In other words, campaign posters and material cannot be posted on any law school bulletin board.

LEXIS

Lexis Representative Lab Hours for the week of February 19 are as follows:

Monday: 8:00 - 8.45 David Stone Tuesday: 8:00 - 8:45 David Stone

3:45 - 5:45 Kevin Csink

Wednesday: 8:00 - 8:45 David Stone Thursday: 10:45 - 12:45 Kevin Csink

12:15 - 3:45 Karin Kiyabu 12:45 - 2:45 Karin Kiyabu

3:45 - 6:00 David Stone

Friday: 8:00 - 9:00 David Stone

10:45 - 12:45 Kevin Csink (in Career Services)

THIS WEEK'S LEXIS QUICK TIP: Chicago-Kent and Lexis-Nexis have partnered to bring you Electronic Course Materials and Casebooks for use with the LEXIS Student Office Program!

First purchase the Lexis-Nexis Student Office from the Bookstore for a one time discounted fee of $40.00, then you will be entitled to purchase various electronic course materials and casebooks for $10.00 or less!

A wide selection of electronic casebooks are currently being offered. Are you using:

- Agency and Partnership: Cases, Materials, Problems, Abridged 4th ed.; Hynes, electronic version cost is only $22.00/$5.00*.

- Copyright for the Nineties: Cases and Materials, 4th ed.; Gorman & Ginsburg, electronic version cost is only $52.00/$10.00*.

- Evidence in the Nineties, 3rd Ed; Carlson, electronic version cost is only 444.00/$10.00*.

- Evidentiary Foundations, 3rd Ed.; Imwinkelried, electronic version cost is only $26.00/$5.00*.

- Patent Law and Policy: Cases and Materials (with statutory Appendix); Merges, electronic version cost is only $52.00/$10.00*.

- Contracts: Cases and Materials, 4th ed.; Murray, electronic version cost is only $48.00/$10.00*.

Pricing Key: The first price is for the electronic version; the second price is the discounted price for the electronic version if you have already purchased the print book.

Many more casebooks and course materials will be coming in electronic format!!

FOLIO VIEWS TECHNOLOGY MAKES STUDYING AND PREPARING FOR EXAMS EASY!

- Search your materials using the powerful Folio VIEWS search engine to find words and phrases immediately. Imagine! No more flipping pages to find relevant information!

- Use familiar study techniques like highlighting, sticky notes, bookmarks, etc.

- Better manage and manipulate documents from different applications including LEXIS-NEXIS, WordPerfect, and Microsoft Word using the outstanding filters available on Folio VIEWS.

- Utilize hypertext links and pop-up notes to connect data from one point to another.

- Create a Table of Contents for your compiled material that is automatically updated as new material is added - GREAT for outlining!

You can purchase the LEXIS Student Office in the bookstore! To Order electronic versions of the books, call 1-800-528-1891. When ordering, you MUST provide the name of your school.

GET YOUR COPY TODAY! And join us again next week for another LEXIS Quick Tip!

Westlaw

Westlaw Representative Lab Hours for the Week of February 19 are as follows:

Monday: 7:45 - 8:45 Steve Edmonson Tuesday: 7:45 - 8:45 Steve Edmonson

9:30 - 2:30 Christine Brown

5:00 - 7:30 Steve Edmonson

9:30 - 11:00 Christine Brown

Wednesday: 7:45 - 8:45 Steve Edmonson Thursday: 10:00 - 3:00 Steve Edmonson

9:30 - 2:30 Christine Brown 3:00 - 6:00 Christine Brown

9:30 - 11:00 Christine Brown

Sunday: 12:00 - 6:00 Christine Brown

During lab hours, Westlaw Student Reps can be found in lab 700 or at the tables just outside of lab 700. Please feel free to e-mail us at CBROWN, SEDMONSON, or WESTQ if you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment. Remember, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week you can reach a WESTLAW Reference Attorney at 1-800-850-WEST.

Quotations - Would you like to find out what they have been saying about lawyers for centuries? You can find out when you access the Quotations database (QUOTATIONS). The database contains brief literary and political quotations from novelists, politicians, playwrights, the classics and more. To access the database, type db quotations; then, using the Terms and Connectors search method, enter a query such as the following: attorney lawyer.

TIP: To print all pages of all retrieved documents on the document center printer, type: pr;ad;stp.

Help with moot court!! Transcripts of U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments - Allows you to see how attorneys have argued particular issues before the U.S. Supreme Court. This database should be especially helpful for anyone doing a Moot Court Problem.

Exclusive to WESTLAW!! Shepard's has been improved by merging multiple ranks into a single display and removing duplicate references. Also you can restrict a display with an Added date Locate request. Enter the NEW database for more information.


ORGANIZATIONS

Animal Rights Law Society (ARLS)

The Animal Rights Law Society will be having a general membership meeting on February 21 at 12:00 noon in room 155 and on February 22 at 5:00 p.m. in room C20. All are encouraged to attend. Discussions will focus on activities ARLS will be sponsoring this semester, ideas from members for speaking events, the scheduling of the bake sale among other things.

E-mail LWORTMAN, CBURKE, or RVANDERV with questions or suggestions. Hope to see you there!

Asian American Law Students Association

LUNAR NEW YEAR OUTING IN CHINATOWN: Bring in the Year of the Mouse with a traditional lion dance followed by dim sum ("brunch") on Sunday, February 25, 1996 in Chinatown. We will leave school before noon. All are invited to join in on the fun. RSVPs and questions should be e-mailed to Thu Tran, TTRAN. Thu will forward more details to all those who respond.

1996 ASIAN AMERICAN ESSAY & SPEECH CONTEST: The Office of the Governor, National Association of Asian American Professionals, Chicago Chapter (NAAAP) and the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Chicago Area (AABA) would like to invite students from Illinois high schools to participate in the 1996 Asian American Essay & Speech Contest. The contest encourages students to strengthen their communications skills while increasing their awareness and understanding of the Asian American experience.

The competition will have two parts: a written essay for the qualifying round, and a speech presentation of that essay in the finals round. Cash prizes of $1500, $750 and $500 will be awarded to the top three entrants. If you know of a high school student who may be interested, please call Ted Yi at (312) 368-8909 for the Entry Form and the Rules and Regulations.

Black Law Student Association (BLSA)

BLSA SPEAKER EVENT: In recognition of Black History Month, come hear Judge Cheryl Ingram's speech on the history of the right to vote for African Americans and how African Americans were represented in government before we obtained this right. This speech will take place next Monday, February 26 at 5:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend.

Brehon Society of Irish-American Law Students

Please join us on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29 at 5:00 p.m. in the 10th Floor Event Room when we welcome THE HONORABLE FRANK SHERIDAN, Consul General of Ireland. Mr. Sheridan will be speaking about the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland. This promises to be a very interesting event! A reception will immediately follow the event.

We are making plans for St. Patrick's Day! If you are interested in helping, or if you have any suggestions, please e-mail Dan Kirk (DKIRK) or Eileen Gallagher (egallagh).

Christian Legal Society

On February 29 at noon in Room 170, the Christian Legal Society along with the Federalist Society and Decalogue will sponsor a lecture by Ron Rosenberger about his recent Supreme Court Case. In June, 1995, Rosenberger won the Supreme Court case, Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, in which the Supreme Court endorsed the view that the Establishment Clause does not compel, and that the rest of the First Amendment forbids, discrimination against religious speech in government subsidy programs. The University of Virginia had refused to fund Rosenberger's religious student newspaper with "student activities" funds that were otherwise available to student organizations of all viewpoints.

The Christian Legal Society is also organizing an informal lunch prayer meeting. For those that are interested we will be meeting each day during the noon hour. The room has yet to be determined and in the meantime we are meeting in the Spak. If you have any questions please email CCOOPER.

Corporate Law Society

What really went on behind the scenes of IBM's takeover of Lotus? What were the lawyers' roles in this "not-so-friendly" takeover? Join us and find out as The Corporate Law Society Luncheon Series proudly presents Professor Paula Dalley on "Mergers and Acquisitions -- The Lawyer's Role" on Tuesday, February 20 at 12:00 p.m. in room 270. Professor Dalley has extensive experience in this area and will discuss the relationships between investment bankers and lawyers and their respective roles in both hostile and friendly takeovers. Refreshments will be served.

Democratic Club

The Democratic Club will have a general meeting on Tuesday February 20, at Noon. Room TBA. Topics to be discussed include Speakers, Fundraising, Planning, and Opportunities for Summer Employment.

1. Chicago '96 is a not-for-profit, bipartisan host committee for the Democratic Convention being held this summer. Opportunities for a summer internship, and other volunteer work exists. The internship experience includes the following opportunities beyond networking:

-- Assisting with management of cost effective community outreach programs and volunteer recruiting

-- Drafting copy for promotional pieces, flyers, signage, etc.,

-- Designing and printing promotional pieces

-- Assisting with sponsor promotions

-- Assisting with host committee fundraising

2. Come here about other opportunities, and a rally individuals can attend to defeat Newt Gingrich.

3. Discuss the direction of the Democratic Club at Chicago-Kent.

Environmental Law Society

*We have two up coming speaker events:

February 20 at 12 p.m. - Brown Bag lunch in room C25, Adjunct Prof. Mark Maher who teaches "Environmental Legal Drafting" will speak on "How to get a Job in the Environmental Arena"

March 6 at 3 p.m. - Michelle Jordan from the EPA will be speaking in the auditorium. She will speak on "Brownfield Development"

*The bake sale went well. Thanks to all who helped out!

*We would like to plan something special for Earth Day this year. If you have any ideas or would like to help out, please E-mail KPOHN or DWILLIAM

*Information and application for summer fellowships will be available soon. Contact RSAINES or YPOLYCAR with questions.

*Here is the NAELS website address: http://ezinfo.ucf.indiana.edu/~els/home.html

*ATTENTION 1L's- there will be an informational meeting about joining the Environmental and Energy Law Program. The meetings will be Tuesday March 5 at noon in room 570, and Wednesday March 6 at 5 p.m. in room 570. Please stop by and learn about the program requirements and opportunities. Questions about the program? E-mail Professor Deutsch (SDEUTSCH) or Tarlock (DTARLOCK)

Have a great week!

Questions? Comments? E-mail RSAINES, YPOLYCAR, or KPOHN.

Federalist Society

On February 29 at noon in room 170, Ron Rosenberger will be talking about his Supreme Court victory over the UVA. Decalogue and the Christian Law Students are co-sponsoring this event. Come and listen to what the Court said about the UVA picking and choosing which religious groups it will fund on their campus. Come and listen to what it is like to appear before the highest court in the land. Come and listen to conjecture about what this ruling of the summer of 1995 might mean to other civil rights issues. Refreshments will be served.

On March 14, from 3:30 until 5:00 p.m. in room 570, the Federalist Society and the National lawyers' Guild invite you to hear a discussion of Due Process litigation. What is procedural litigation and how does it affect social policy and criminal law in the United States? Speaking will be Michael Avery and David Rudovsky, two esteemed civil rights attorneys, along with Michael Horowitz, a fellow of the Hudson Institute and former counsel of the OMB. These speakers are of the highest caliber and we are lucky to have them. In fact, Misters Rudovsky and Avery will be speaking at Professor Nahmod's annual Section 1983 Conference. That conference takes place on this date and the day after (14 and 15) and was open to students last year.

If that isn't enough to entice you on a Thursday, we will be serving refreshments at this event also.

The Chicago Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society would like you to know that Dr. Walter Berns of the American Enterprise Institute will speak on "Lincoln, America's Greatest Poet: An Expression of America's Founding Principles" at the Chicago Athletic Association on February 28. No, Lincoln was not a member of the Chicago Athletic Association, that is where this luncheon event will be held. Contact CHAGE, SGAUTIER, KSCHERER, or JMRAZ if you are interested in attending.

The Federalist Society Student Symposium will be held on February 23 and 24 at the Stanford School of Law. The topic is the Criminal Justice Process. We are sure that one of the panels will discuss the OJ, Menendez or Oklahoma bombing trials. Contact one of the Federalist Society Officers listed above if you are interested.

Health Law Society

Thanks to all those who helped out with the bake sale last week as well as to all those who stopped by to try our treats!

Intellectual Property Law

Much is planned for the semester and its time to get busy.

I. CAN I MAKE A CAREER OUT OF FILING FOR COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS AND LITIGATING OR DO I HAVE TO BE SOMEBODY'S MANAGER? ©

The person who asked this question needs to come to the career service center's copyright event on February 27. For those of you who have many questions about NON-technical intellectual property careers, this is a great event to get your questions answered. (See the career service section for information).

II. HOW CAN I MEET THE I.P. FACULTY AND ASK ABOUT THE I.P. CERTIFICATE?

The Intellectual Property Law Faculty Reception is planned for Thursday March 7 from 4:15 to 5:30 in the 10 floor lounge (changed from February 27). Come meet the Professors teaching Patent, Trademark, and Copyright law. Help get decisions on choosing your curriculum as well as your career.

III. WHAT ABOUT SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES?

IPLS is planning for a speaker event towards the end of March or early April, watch for details.

IV. DO THE INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS AFFECT THE PATENT BAR?

Also early April, get all of your questions about the patent bar answered. Everything from "should I sit for the patent bar?" to "will there be questions on the bar about re-examination fees on an international application filed in Germany only in Spanish when the deadline was on a Sunday?"

V. CAN I PARTICIPATE?

Watch for IPLS Meeting dates and times when the coordinators of each event will have committee meetings.

Also, keep visiting the I.P.L.S. and IP Journal Web page for the latest and greatest in Intellectual Property on the web.......

www.kentlaw.edu/students_orgs/IPLS/

For any questions about anything IP don't hesitate to ask: Joel Bootzin (Jbootzin) President, Scott Smilie (Ssmilie) Vice-President, Robert Surrette (Rsurrett) Chief Editor, IP Electronic Journal

International Law Moot Court Honor Society

Spring sweatshirts/t-shirt sales will continue this week in the Spak. If you cannot stop by our table, please use the order form in this week's Record to order your sweatshirts and t-shirts. New for Spring, we are offering the sweatshirts in Navy, Hunter and Burgundy as well as the traditional Gray.

MEMBERS: Please contact Jason Labella (JLABELLA) to help out with spring sweatshirt sales.

Other Events:

February 29: ILS and the Brehon Society will co-sponsor a speaker event: The Honorable Frank Sheridan, Consul General of Ireland, speaking on the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland. All are encouraged to attend and a reception will follow immediately.

March 15: Career Day

March 27 - 31: ILSA Spring Congress in Washington, D.C.

If you would like to further information regarding ILS or membership information, please contact Christine Brown (CBROWN).

Kent Justice Foundation

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, KJF will be holding a bakesale on Fat Tuesday (February 20)! There is no better day to splurge on some sinful goodies, so stop by, satisfy your sweettooth, and know that you are helping KJF raise money for summer fellowships!

Also, there will be a general KJF meeting on Wednesday the 21 in room 170 at 3:00 p.m. It will be short and sweet (I promise) and we will check out the progress of our donations. If you took a list at our last meeting, we wanna know what's up on the front! Please show up if you can. If you can't, please e-mail MROLLER. Look forward to seeing ya'll there!!

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD)

Mark your calendars for PAD's upcoming events:

Tuesday, February 27 - Speaker Event, 12 :00 noon, Room 170

- 1L outline disc collection -- bring blank discs with your name and professors' names on the label. Bring them with you to the speaker event.

Thursday, February 29 - PARTY AT LUCKY'S!!! This is a district-wide event, so it is a great opportunity to meet PAD members from other area law schools.

COMMITTEE POSITIONS OPEN - If you still want to get a little more involved with PAD, then a committee position is the answer. The time commitment is only as large as you want it to be. E-mail AWEISS for details.

Questions? E-mail JGUBKIN, ASINIBAL, or AWEISS.

Students United for the Public Interest (SUPI)

THIS WEDNESDAY - GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING. Wednesday, February 21 at 5:00 p.m. in room 570. Food and Drinks will be served.

All current and interested members are welcome at our general meeting! This week's agenda includes:

- 1L Rep ELECTIONS -- voting will take place at this meeting! If you are interested in running for the 1L rep position, please e-mail RSHAPIRO and she will give you all the details.

- Organize committee and plan for the Public Interest Student-Alumni Reception (i.e., networking opportunity!) This reception is being sponsored by SUPI and KJF, and is scheduled for early April.

We will also be discussing our upcoming speaker events and other programs, as well as Board Elections to be held later this semester. Please e-mail SDOHERTY for information. See you there!

Women in Law

Join WIL!!

Membership applications are posted on the WIL bulletin board on the concourse level. Only $5.00 to join. Leave completed applications in the WIL mailbox on the second floor.

QUICK!!

The National Women's Law Student Association is holding their annual conference in Madison, Wisconsin from February 28 thru March 3. Interesting speakers and events. A great opportunity to network with other law students. Car pools and room sharing available. Act fast and contact KDAVIS for registration and lodging details.