In this issue... 
Week of September 18, 2000

   
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   RECORD ARCHIVES

   Index of Back Issues


 
   News and Announcements from
   Administrative Offices
   

Important Record Announcement

  • ATTENTION: Beginning next issue all student organizations will be responsible for uploading their own Record pages.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

  • Speaking engagement for Prof. Claire Hill.
  • Speaking engagement for Dean Perritt.
  • Meeting that Dean Perritt attended.

Assistant Dean Stephen D. Sowle

  • More CALI award winners for spring 2000.
  • Elective courses subject to mandatory curve.
  • Bar registration for 1L students.
  • July 2001 Illinois bar application.
  • Joke of the week.

Registrar

  • ID pictures and times.
  • Graduation applications.
  • Locker assignments and requests.
  • DEADLINE: Tuition and add/drop.
  • Validation stickers-- fall 2000.

Administration and Finance

  • Weekly activities schedule.
  • Fall 2000 semester building/library hours.
  • Discounted parking rates for students.
  • Downtown Campus safety tips.
  • Shuttle bus schedule.
  • Administration and Finance office hours.
  • Reserving a room at the Downtown Campus.

Student Services

  • Get your flu shot before the flu gets you!
  • Check out the student resource library.
  • Fall semester office hours.

Financial Aid

  • Perkins loan entrance interview session.

Career Services

  • Fall interviewing: Updates and new employers.
  • Judical externship.
  • Student workers needed.
  • Employment opportunities.
  • National Association for Public Interest Law Job Fair.
  • Internship and fellowship opportunities.
  • 4th annual prosecutorial opportunities symposium.
  • New resources.

Admissions

  • Show your enthusiasm for Chicago-Kent-- join the Advocates!
  • Office of Admissions hours.

Information Center

  • Fall semester hours.
  • LEXIS/Westlaw passwords available at service desk.
  • Federal Regulation Research Tutorial.
  • REMINDER: Weekend reference hours.

Law Offices

  • Exciting opportunity for third-year students.
  • Judicial externships: spring 2001 semester with a minimum GPA.
  • Clinical Professor Laurie Leader quoted and appointed to editorial board.
  • A new clinical program -- Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic.
  • A new clinical program -- First Defense Legal Aid.
  • 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

  • Upcoming events:
    • Panel discussion: "The Ethical Challenges of Establishing a 'New World Order,'" September 22.
    • Anti-Bribery and Transparency Conference-- October 3.
    • Visit by Kosovar delegates from the Pristina Law Faculty, October 9-13.

Center for Law and Computers

  • Welcome back.
  • Office hours.
  • Network migration update for returning students.
  • Contact us.
  • Printing on KENTNET.
  • E-mail stations.
  • New virus detection software.
  • Online student directory.
  • Network maintenance.
  • Electronic casebook availability.
  • Computer labs.
  • Commonly asked questions.
  • Student worker positions available.

Scholarships

  • 2000-01 external scholarship list.

Writing Contests

  • No new entries this week.

Continuing Legal Education

  • ATTENTION: All students interested in federal labor relations law.
  • ATTENTION: Students interested in international law.
  • More upcoming 2000-01 programs!
  • Student volunteer opportunities.

Office of Public Affairs

  • ATTENTION: Beginning next issue all student organizations will be responsible for uploading their own Record pages.

Employment Opportunities

Special Notices

  News and Announcements from
  Faculty and Law School Programs
   

From Professor Lori Andrews and Professor Sheldon Nahmod

  • Art, Science and Free Speech: The Work of Eduardo Kac, a joint symposium presented by the Institute for Science, Law and Technology and the Institute for Law and the Humanities, to be held Monday, September 18.

From Professor Tim Holbrook

  • ATTENTION: Students, faculty and staff running the Chicago Marathon

Institute for Science Law and Technology

  • Symposium on Art, Science and Free Speech to be held Monday, September 18.
  • Research assistant position available.

Certificate Program in Intellectual Property Law

  • 3000 word essay contest on law and the music industry with substantial cash awards.

Serving Our Society (SOS)

  • Volunteer opportunities of the week.

LEXIS-NEXIS

  • New student representative.
  • Lab hours.

 

   
   INDEX SECTIONS

 
  News and Announcements from
  Student Organizations
 

This week, announcements from those student organizations not posting their own Record pages are collected together on one page (organization names listed immediately below).
NOTE: Each student organization will be responsible for posting its own announcements beginning with the September 25 issue of the Record. Please see the important Record announcement at the beginning of this headline page.

  • None posted this week.

Amnesty International

  • First general meeting.
  • Speaker events.
  • Items for sale.
  • Dues.

Kent Justice Foundation

  • General meetings.
  • Volunteer opportunities.
  • Summer fellowships.
  • Chicago-Kent t-shirts for sale.

Women in Law

  • Bake sale!
  • Mentorship applications available.
  • 1L representative elections.
  • Executive board positions available.
  • Have you paid your dues?
  • Magazine drive.
  • Chicago-Kent shorts for sale.

   
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