Society of Women in Law:
News & announcements for the week of
September 14, 1998

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DEADLINE: 1L Representative Applications due Friday, Sept. 18th   
Don't forget that the deadline for turning in your application to run for a 1L Representative position is Friday, Sept. 18th!  Applications are available on the WIL bulletin board.  There are two positions, one per division (day and evening).  1L Reps are members of the WIL executive board and get directly involved in planning programs and events for the coming year.  If you're interested in running for these positions, pick up an application and return it to the WIL mailbox on the 2nd floor by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 18th.  If you have any questions about these positions, please do not hesitate to contact any member of the executive board or e-mail us at wil@kentlaw.edu 

Did you forget to turn in your mentorship application? 
Thank you to all students who have applied for the mentorship program that links 1Ls with upper-class students!  We've gotten a tremendous response, especially from 1Ls.  However, we do still need more upperclass members to participate.  If you're still interested in being either a 1L mentee or a 2L, 3Ls, or 4L mentor. please contact Heather Fritsch, Mentoship Coordinator (hfritsch@kentlaw.edu) as soon as possible.  Matches will soon be made, so watch your e-mail for a message about your mentee/mentor. We encourage all participants in this program to come to our Welcome Reception on Oct. 1st so you can meet each other face-to-face!  

REMINDER: Have you paid your membership dues yet? 
Please remember to pay your dues for the 1998-'99 year.  A $10.00 check made payable to Women in Law can be left in the WIL mailbox on the 2nd Floor.  Payment of dues allows you to participate in elections and mentorship porgrams and receive discounts on WIL merchandise.  Dues are used to fund programs and social events throughout the year, as well as fellowships we give to students over the summer to help pay for expenses when they volunteer with a public service agency.  Thank you! 

Mark Your Calendars Now for the WIL Autumn Welcome Reception!  
On Thursday, October 1st from 4-7 p.m. in the 10th Floor Event Room, Women in Law will host its Autumn Welcome Reception.  Hors d'ouevres and drinks will be served.  WIL members old and young are encouraged to attend this great event.  Mark your calendar now and watch this space in coming weeks for more details! 

Check Out the New WIL Web Page!  
Women in Law has recently revamped its web page (http://www.kentlaw.edu/student_orgs/wil/) to include information on our organizational goals, upcoming program, mentorship programs, WIL library and outline bank, executive board, and links of interest.  But we have not only information about WIL events and programs, but also information about events and organizations throughout the Chicagoland area that might be of interest to our members.   But we need your help!  If you know of an upcoming event or an organization that might be of interest to our members, please e-mail the details to Charis Runnels (crunnels@kentlaw.edu) so she can include it on the web page.  Thanks! 

1998-'99 WOMEN IN LAW EXECUTIVE BOARD: 
Charis Runnels, President 
Abigail Kell, Vice President 
Stephanie Benway, Vice President 
Kimberly DeMarino, Treasurer 
Sita Balthazar-Thomas, Secretary 
Heather Fritch, PR/Mentorship Coordinator 

If you have any questions about WIL membership, check out our webpage at http://www.kentlaw.edu/student_orgs/wil/ or e-mail us at wil@kentlaw.edu 


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