Lunch Events This Week!
November 16th, 12:00 p.m. in Room 570
from Conflict and the Emerging Rule of Law: A Foreign
Middle East Correspondent for the Chicago Tribune,
will be speaking on a variety of issues related to
international law. Pizza will be served.
So that we know how much pizza to order, please RSVP to
Since joining the Tribune in 2002, Spolar has reported
on the U.S.-led
war in Iraq and its aftermath, the deadly Palestinian
Israel, political changes in Jordan and Lebanon and the
Previously, Spolar worked on the staff at CBS' "60
Minutes II," where
she was awarded an Emmy for investigative journalism.
She was also
chief of the Eastern Europe bureau from 1995 through
1998 and was
responsible for covering wars in Bosnia and Croatia as
well as the
transition of Eastern Europe from communism to
November 17th, 11:45 a.m. in Room 155
Pizza Lunch and
Lecture on the Zimbabwe Land Crisis
Professor Atuahene will
address the current land crisis in Zimbabwe. A
short discussion will follow. So that we know how
much pizza to order, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
joined the Chicago-Kent faculty in 2005. As a
Fulbright Scholar, she served as a judicial clerk at the
Constitutional Court of South Africa. She has
worked as a legal consultant for the World Bank and as a
human rights investigator for the Center for Economic
and Social Rights. Her breadth of experience in
international law promises to make for a fascinating
November 23rd, 3-4 p.m.
Final Discussion Group of the Semester
Location and reading materials will be
posted later this week.
Thanks to everyone who donated time,
money, and food to the bake sale. We raised over
$100 and received quite a few compliments on the menu.