From Professor Philip Hablutzel:
Students who wish a discounted subscription to The Wall Street Journal, Barron's or Financial Times can sign up on the lists posted on Prof. Hablutzel's office door, room 829, or e-mail him the information at PHABLUTZ. Your information should include: name, prospective date of graduation (month and year), address to where you want the paper(s) sent; telephone number, e-mail address, and length of subscription desired. You will be billed directly by the company. Most people have these papers sent to their home address. The Wall Street Journal has special delivery arrangements to get it there very early (Prof. Hablutzel's arrives about 4:00 a.m.).
WALL STREET JOURNAL: One year = $88; 26 weeks = $45; 15 weeks = $29.
BARRON'S: One year = $72.50; 26 weeks = $37; 15 weeks = $25.
FINANCIAL TIMES: One year = $99; 33 weeks (one academic year) = $63; 15 weeks = $29.
Note: Financial Times will also invoice you directly, but they will also allow pre-payment by credit card. See Prof. Hablutzel. Credit card payment requires your signature on the order form.
From Professor Michele Baker Richardson
Professor Michele Baker Richardson needs to hire a research assistant to help with the redevelopment of the Academic Support Program. 10 hours per week. Academic Support Program "alumni" are encouraged to attend.
From Professor Joan Steinman
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.
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 in the representation of PBA clients involved 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 PBA's Board of Directors, at JSTEINMA, and give her a copy of your resume. She will forward your resume to Kim Silverman at PBA, who will follow-up with you. PBA will provide training. Thanks!
Also, Prof. Steinman is looking for a research assistant to work on matters related to the All Writs Act, "hypothetical jurisdiction," appellate courts' choice and sequencing of the issues they will decide, and other procedural questions for articles that she may write. If you are interested, please let her know (JSTEINMA). You can leave a resume and description of your grades in her mailbox or at her office (room 835, 6-5292) or with her secretary on the eighth floor. The law school will pay at its customary rate.