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Headlines for the Week of March 5, 2012

Student Bar Association

SBA General Assembly meeting minutes

Read the minutes from the February 19, 2012, SBA General Assembly meeting.

American Constitution Society

March 7: Candidates Forum for Cook County Circuit Court Clerk

This event has been cancelled.

Art and Cultural Property Law Society

March 29: Gallery Night

The Art and Cultural Property Law Society will host is first GALLERY NIGHT on Thursday, March 29, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the 10th floor event room. A discussion panel with attorneys, artists and professors will take place from 4 to 5 p.m., followed by the gallery reception. Food and drinks will be served.

We are looking for people who want to be in the show. If you would like to include your work in the show, email Amy Harvey ( ASAP. All Chicago-Kent/IIT students, faculty, alumni and staff are invited to participate. This is a great way to show your creative side and network with professionals in the legal and creative fields.

Student Animal Legal Defense Fund

March 20: Discussion on "Ag Gag" Legislation

Date: Tuesday, March 20
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Room: 580
Lunch provided.

Come hear several representatives from Mercy for Animals speak on proposed state "Ag Gag" legislation that would outlaw undercover investigations that reveal abuses on factory farms. Such laws, known as "ag gag laws" because of the restraints they place on free speech about agribusiness, make it a crime to take photos or video on a factory farm without the written permission of the owner. The factory farming lobby has advocated these laws as a means of keeping the public in the dark about how its food is produced. This program will be of interest to anyone interested in animal or environmental law, or the First Amendment and other constitutional issues.

Pet photo contest to benefit Safe Humane Chicago

Students and staff are invited to submit photos to or the SALDF mailbox on the second floor.

Include your name, the name of your pet, your email address and phone number. Stop by the SALDF table to vote on the winners in March.

Fun prizes include a pet store gift card and a session with a pet photographer!

For more information, visit

Women in Law

WIL's Diversity Week Event: Miss Representation

This critically acclaimed film brings together some of America's most influential women in politics, news and entertainment, including Condoleezza Rice, Nancy Pelosi, Katie Couric, Rachel Maddow, Margaret Cho, Rosario Dawson and Gloria Steinem, to give audiences an inside look at the media's message and depiction of women. The film explores women's under-representation in positions of power by challenging their limited and often disparaging portrayals in the media. Miss Representation takes the stand that the media is portraying women's primary values as their youth, beauty and sexuality--rather than their capacity as leaders.

More information is available here:

Dinner will be provided, and Professor Baker will lead a discussion following the film. Come early--we anticipate a large turnout for this event!



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