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Week of March 13, 2000

   
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   News and Announcements from
   Administrative Offices
   

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

  • International travel.
  • Third annual state of the law school address.

Assistant Dean Stephen D. Sowle

  • New book by adjunct Professor Eldon Ham.
  • Joke of the week.

Registrar

  • Class ranks.

Administration and Finance

  • Weekly activities schedule.
  • Downtown Campus cafeteria menu.
  • Chicago Transit Authority/Red Line detour.
  • Discounted parking rates for students.
  • Downtown Campus safety tips.
  • Building hours.
  • Shuttle bus schedule.
  • Office hours.
  • Room reservations.

Student Services

  • Orientation coordinator.

Alumnae/i Relations Office

  • Frequently asked questions about graduation.
  • Upcoming events.

Financial Aid

  • ATTENTION: Financial aid forms for 2000-2001 now available for download.
  • Loan disbursements.
  • Entrance interviews.
  • 1999-2000 financial aid processing.
  • Office hours.
  • Frequently asked questions.

Career Services

  • Don't forget to sign up for upcoming programs.
  • REMINDER: Mock interviews March 15-16.
  • ATTENTION: Check out spring on-campus and direct-contact employers.
  • Interested in business law? Don't miss the ABA Section of Business Law career forum in Columbus, Ohio, March 23-26.
  • Student careers committee.
  • Scholarship opportunities.
  • Upcoming seminars.
  • Need summer housing?

Admissions

  • Student worker position available.
  • Office of Admissions hours.

Information Center

  • USCCAN tutorial.
  • Media services department.
  • Spring semester hours
  • Public Register's annual report service.

Law Offices

  • DEADLINE: Judicial externship applications for fall due Monday, March 13.
  • DEADLINE: Last day to register for summer in-house programs is Thursday, March 16.
  • NOTICE: Preference sheets are due for continuing LADR students.
  • DEADLINE: Applications for externship with Office of U.S. Attorney are due by Thursday, March 16.
  • Legal externship program-- fall 2000 semester.
  • Judge to speak on "How to Represent Your Clients in Mediation."
  • Prof. Richard Kling and in-house criminal clinic students are featured in Chicago Sun-Times.
  • Prof. Richard Kling speaks with the National Law Journal.
  • For a description of all clinical programs, please visit the Law Offices home page at: www.kentlaw.edu/academics/clinic/

International Law and Policy Development

  • Round table discussion March 30 on cases within the European court lead by French Professor Mosseri-Marlio.
  • New International LL.M. office hours.
  • Student worker needed.
  • Research assistant needed.
  • National Strategy Forum part-time position available.

Center for Law and Computers

  • Helpdesk has moved to room 525.
  • E-mail message deletions.
  • Network maintenance schedule.
  • Student workers needed.
Scholarships
  • Bohemian Lawyers Association of Chicago.
  • Northwest Suburban Bar Association Foundation.

Writing Contests

  • No new entries this week.

Continuing Legal Education

  • Mark your calendar for upcoming events:
    • All students interested in civil rights litigation.
    • All students interested in international law.
    • All students interested in labor and employment law.
  • Student volunteer opportunities.
  • More upcoming programs 2000!

Employment Opportunities

Special Notices

Special information session March 16 for multiple certificate programs.

  • ATTENTION: All 1L students and 2L evening students interested in specializing in environmental, employment, or international law.

Human Resources schedule online.

 

  News and Announcements from
  Faculty and Law School Programs
   

From Professor Pam Kentra

  • Judge to speak on "How to Represent Your Clients in Mediation."

From Professor Jeffrey Sherman

  • Estates and Trusts exam review sessions.

Program in Environmental and Energy Law

  • Special information session for all 1L students and 2L evening students interested in specializing in environmental, employment, or international law.

Programs in International and Comparative Law

  • Special information session for all 1L students and 2L evening students interested in specializing in environmental, employment, or international law.

Program in Labor and Employment Law

  • Special information session for all 1L students and 2L evening students interested in specializing in environmental, employment, or international law.

Serving Our Society (SOS)

  • Spring office hours.
  • Volunteer opportunities of the week.

LEXIS-NEXIS

  • Lab hours.
  • Tip of the week.
  • New sign-on process.

Westlaw

  • Need Westlaw assistance?
  • Tip of the week.

 

   
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  News and Announcements from
  Student Organizations
 

Amnesty International Society

  • National week of student action April 1-8, 2000: "Caution: Children at War."

Corporate Law Society

  • Minutes of the meeting.
  • Schedule of events.
  • Executive Officer interviews.

Family Law Society

  • Applications available for a summer scholarship.
  • Speaker event: March 15 at 4:00pm in room 270.

Jewish Law Student Association

  • New Web page.

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity

  • Raffle-- Win a $50 gift certificate to any Lettuce Entertain You restaurant.
  • Upcoming events.

Women in Law

  • Shorts!
  • Have you paid your dues?
  • Glass slipper project.
  • Women in Law 2000: Leading the Way.
  • Important dates.

   
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