From Professor Susan Adams
Call for Legal Writing I and II teaching assistants: 2010-11
If you wish to be considered for a legal writing teaching assistantship for the next academic year, please submit your resume, grades for LRW I and II, and your GPA (either in paper or electronically) to Professor Adams by Wednesday, March 31. Information about the position is available through this link; you will also find the information on paper on the third floor table. If you have any questions about the requirements of the position, please contact Professor Adams.
From Professor Bernadette Atuahene
Documentary film organization seeking a student intern
We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated student intern with strong writing, research and interpersonal skills. Intern candidate must be able to multi-task and work with minimal supervision. The intern's primary responsibility and duty will be focused on developing a presence for the documentary film in social networking forums, i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Delicious, MySpace, etc.
Substantial experience with social networking is required; experience with filmmaking and/or fundraising is a plus. Intern must be a work-study student and available to start working by March 22.
Are you interested in?
- working on an evocative documentary film project
- enhancing your marketing and social networking skills
- learning about post-Apartheid effects in South Africa
- gaining experience with a nonprofit organization
If you answered "YES" to any of the above, this position is for you!
Documentaries to Inspire Social Change (DISC) is a nonprofit organization co-founded by Chicago-Kent law professor Bernadette Atuahene. DISC's first film, Sifuna Okwethu, will be an evocative story about land theft in South Africa. A sneak peek of the film can be viewed at www.discwebsite.org.
Interested students should e-mail their resumes and interest letters to Professor Atuahene at email@example.com.
DISC's mission is to educate people through documentary film and accompanying curricula about the land dispossessions in South Africa.
From Professor Harold Krent
Seeking research assistant for a project exploring the role of private parties in public governance
Professor Harold Krent is interested in hiring a research assistant to work on a project exploring the role of private parties in public governance. Eligibility for work study preferred. If you are interested, please submit a CV to his assistant, Ms. Tasha Kincade, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Professor Chris Seaman
Seeking part-time research assistant this summer for intellectual property project(s)
Professor Chris Seaman is seeking a part-time summer research assistant to help with legal and empirical research for an intellectual property paper. Expected workload will be 10 to 20 hours/week starting in May. Applicants should have a strong background in IP; knowledge of statistics is helpful but not required. Please send resume and transcript by e-mail to email@example.com by Monday, April 12. Please also indicate work-study eligibility in your submission.
From Professor Jeffrey Sherman
Exam review sessions for last fall's Estates and Trusts course and Gift and Estate Tax course
Any student who wishes to review his or her performance on last fall's final examination in Professor Sherman's Estates and Trusts course or Gift and Estate Tax course should promptly consult the sign-up sheet on Professor Sherman's door (room 741).