In this issue... 
Week of September 17, 2001





   Index of Back Issues

   News and Announcements from
   Administrative Offices

Important Record Announcement

  • NOTE: Information for student organizations posting Record announcements.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

  • Memorial service.
  • Dorislee Jackson.

Assistant Dean Stephen D. Sowle

  • Make-up day for class cancellations.
  • Counseling and Health Services event: "Coping With the Tragedy."
  • How to give blood.
  • Donations to the victims.
  • Academic calendar reminder (part 1): No classes 4:00 p.m. and after on Monday, September 17; and no classes on Tuesday, September 18.
  • Academic calendar reminder (part 2): No classes 4:00 p.m. and after on Wednesday, September 26; and no classes on Thursday, September 27.


  • Transcript requests.

Administration and Finance

  • Weekly activities schedule.
  • Fall 2001 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.

Financial Aid

  • Perkins promissory notes.

Career Services

  • NAPIL's 2001 Public Interest Law Career Fair and Conference.
  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission informational program.
  • Judicial externship informational meeting
  • "Why Antitrust?" at Loyola law school.
  • New special opportunities.
  • REMINDER: Fill out a summer experience survey.
  • New resources.
  • OCI reminders.


  • Admission office hours.


  • Library fall hours.
  • Reference hours for fall semester.
  • ProQuest tutorial
  • Resource of the week.
  • Library food and drink policy.
  • Please guard your valuables!

Law Offices

  • Externships with the U.S. Attorney’s Office: spring 2002 semester.
  • Judicial externship opportunities: second- and third-year students.
  • New Web site for Low Income Taxpayer Clinic.
  • For a description of all clinical programs, please visit the Law Offices home page at:

Center for Law and Computers

  • Network maintenance scheduled September 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Please turn off all computers during the weekend of September 22-23.
  • Student organizations must register their Web sites by October 15.
  • Remember to log off computers in the lab.
  • Technology guides available at the Help Desk.
  • Virus scanning instructions.
  • Latest McAfee DAT file is sdat4158.
  • Contact us.
  • Office hours.


  • 2001-02 scholarship opportunities: New award listed.

Writing Contests

  • No new entry this week.

Continuing Legal Education

  • ATTENTION: All students interested in Illinois labor and employment law.
  • Upcoming 2001 programs!
  • Student volunteer opportunities.

Office of Public Affairs

  • NOTE: Information for student organizations posting Record announcements.

Employment Opportunities

Special Notices


  News and Announcements from
  Faculty and Law School Programs

From Professor Lori Andrews

  • September 21-22 conference on cloning.

From Professor David Gerber

  • Research position available.

From Professor Phil Hablutzel

  • Discount information for Wall Street Journal.


  • Student representative lab hours.



  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 24 issue of the Record. Please see the important Record announcement at the beginning of this headline page.

  • International Moot Court Honor Society

  • Kent Justice Foundation

  • Polish-American Law Students Organization

  • Public Interest Resource Center

Amnesty International

  • September 21: Build the Peace Day.
  • September 25: World Conference on Racism panel.

Christian Legal Society

  • Noon meeting Thursday, September 20.

Health Law Society

  • October 23: Career opportunities in health law.
  • Editor position available.

Labor and Employment Law Society

  • Board member wanted.