From Professor Jeffrey Sherman
Exam Review Sessions
Students interested in reviewing their performance on last semester's final examination in Professor Sherman's Estates and Trusts course should promptly consult the sign-up sheet on his office door, room 741.
From Professor Ronald Staudt
Faculty Research Assistant(s) Needed
As an Access to Justice and Technology student associate, you will have the opportunity to explore Access to Justice issues, including the use of technology in legal services, alternative legal services delivery models, e-lawyering, and pro se litigant assistance.
Professor Ronald W. Staudt is looking for one or two law students to assist him in researching and preparing articles and other publications regarding Access to Justice. This is an exciting opportunity to explore the use of the Internet as a support mechanism for unrepresented pro-se litigants and in the practice of law. Research and evaluate e-lawyering practices currently in use and examine the ethical issues facing those lawyers practicing law on the Internet.
Student associates will also help to deliver the Access to Justice Author Project (A2J Author) to the legal aid community. A2J Author, is a software product that will allow the legal aid community to easily create web-based guided interviews to help unsophisticated users of the court system determine their eligibility and prepare court forms.
Applicants should excel in legal writing. Web page design and content editing experience with Dreamweaver MX or other tools is a plus, but is not required.
To discuss getting involved in this cutting-edge research project, please contact Professor Ronald Staudt via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, submit your resume to Tony Ratliff at email@example.com.