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Headlines for the Week of April 7, 2008

From Professor Bartram Brown

Wanted: Research assistant in international law and international criminal law

Professor Brown is seeking to hire an additional work-study student this semester to help with research and editing projects in international law and international criminal law. If you are interested please submit a brief application including a letter of introduction, a resume and a writing sample of some kind to Vince Rivera, faculty administrative assistant, in room 849. The work would involve between 10 to 20 hours a week of work at $10 per hour. Please contact the dean of administration and finance if you have questions regarding your eligibility for work-study.

From Professor David Gerber

Summer research assistant positions

Professor Gerber seeks 1L or 2L students interested in doing research this summer. The projects will be related to international competition and antitrust issues. He encourages students interested in working in exchange for credit to apply, but he can also pay at the current research assistant rates. This would not be full-time research, but you can expect the project to involve an average of 10 hours or more a week. If you are interested, please e-mail Professor Gerber as soon as possible at dgerber@kentlaw.edu. Please attach your resume to your e-mail.

From Professor Jeffrey Sherman

Exam Review Sessions

Students who wish to review their performance on last fall's examinations in Employee Benefits Law or Estates and Trusts courses should promptly consult the sign-up sheet on Professor Sherman's office door (Room 741).

 

 

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