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Headlines for the Week of September 23, 2002

Office of the Dean

Dean Harold J. Krent

  • Dean Krent's student "meet and greet."
Student Services

Assistant Dean Steve Sowle

  • Reminder about IIT's political activity policy.
  • Joke of the week.

Registrar

  • Graduation application forms online.
  • Pass/fail election forms online.
  • Incomplete make-up notice forms online.
  • Registration information for the Illinois Bar examination.
  • FERPA Rights and Notification of Access to Educational Records.
  • ID picture hours -- attention 1Ls.

Financial Aid

  • Debt management seminar.
  • Entrance interviews.
  • Perkins loan recipients.

Career Services

  • New direct contact employer.
  • Judicial externship informational meeting.
  • Equal Justice Works 2002 Public Interest Law Career Fair and Conference.
  • 2003 grads -- Department of the Treasury Legal Division Honors Program.
  • The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) seeks student workers.

Scholarships

  • New external scholarships listed.
  • Information for Chicago-Kent scholarship recipients.
Academics & Student Programs

Law Offices/Clinic

  • Externship with U.S. Attorney's Office -- spring 2003.
  • Judicial externships -- spring 2003 semester.
  • Chicago-Kent establishes Family Law Clinic.
  • First Defense Legal Aid (FDLA) Clinic.
  • Web site for Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic.
  • For a description of all clinical programs, please visit the Law Offices home page at: www.kentlaw.edu/academics/clinic/

Writing competitions

  • New entry this week.
Computing & Information Services

Center for Law and Computers

  • Spring and summer printing account balances are now PAST DUE.
  • Withdraw policy information.
  • Student directory and photo information.
  • Technology guides available at the Help Desk.
  • Computer Help Desk has moved to suite 540.
  • A word about recent viruses, worms and trojans.
  • Latest McAfee DAT file is sdat4223.
  • Office hours.
  • Contact us.

Library

  • Library fall hours.
  • Reference hours for fall semester.
  • Remote access for online database.
  • Resource of the week.
  • Library book sale.
  • Library suggestion box.
  • Inter-library loan policy.
  • Consideration for others in the library.
  • Study room policy.
  • Library cell phone policy.
  • Library food and drink policy.
  • Please guard your valuables!

Westlaw

  • Contact your student representatives!
  • Do you know the lab hours or how to use the printers?
  • Register your password to earn points for PRIZES!
  • Register by September 30 to win a MINI Cooper!
Faculty

Professor Nancy Marder
  • National Center for State Courts (NCSC) seeks student workers.
Professor Mark Rosen

  • Symposium on law and cultural conflict, September 27.
Institutes & Centers

Institute for Law and the Humanities

  • Symposium on law and cultural conflict, September 27.
Administrative Offices/General

Administration and Finance

  • Weekly activities schedule.
  • Fall building/library hours.
  • Discounted parking rates for students.
  • Downtown Campus safety tips.
  • Shuttle bus schedule.
  • Administration and Finance office hours.
  • Online room reservation form.
  • Fall 2002 student payroll policies.

Admissions

  • Admissions office hours.

Continuing Legal Education

  • ATTENTION: All students interested in Illinois Public Sector Labor and Employment Law.
  • Upcoming 2002 programs!
  • Student volunteer opportunities.

Employment

Public Affairs

  • August Names in the News is now online.
  • Record Headline Digest available in print.
  • Record templates available for students and administrators.

Special Notices

  • Human Resources schedule online.
Student Organizations

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Student Bar Association

  • SBA social, September 26, White Star Lounge.
  • 1L class representative elections, September 24.

Amnesty International

  • Discussion: Regional meeting in Chicago.
  • Plans for the upcoming year.

Environmental Law Society

  • Camping trip to the Smoky Mountains.
  • Dues.

Health Law Society
  • Organizational meeting, Monday, September 23.
  • Open to all members and interested students.

Justinian Society

  • First general meeting.
  • New executive board for 2002-03.

Kent Justice Foundation

  • Meeting this week.
  • Light the Night Walk to Fight Cancer, September 28.
  • Life Without Lupus Run, October 5.

Labor and Employment Law Society

  • Informational meeting, Monday, September 23, at 4:30 in room 210.

International Law Student Association
  • Study abroad panel discussion

Public Interest Resource Center

  • We do the work for you.
  • Donate-A-Phone and save lives.
  • Volunteer opportunities.

Women in Law
  • Executive board meeting.
  • 1L welcome reception with alumnae/i and faculty.
  • Dues payment.
  • Mentorship program.

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