of the SBA's Award for "Outstanding Student Organization of the Year" in
forget to RSVP to the Spring Reception on Tuesday, April 27th!
Celebrate the end of the year with fellow WIL
members, Chicago-Kent faculty and staff, and honored alumnae/i and guests.
Hors d'ouevres and drinks will be served. Election winners for the
1999-2000 WIL Executive Board will be announced, as will the recipient(s)
of the WIL Summer Fellowship(s). Our honored speaker will be Mr.
Alan Zenoff, Chicago-Kent '77 alumnus and relative of the late Esther Rothstein.
Mr. Zenoff will be announcing the recipient of the first annual WIL Esther
Rothstein Award for initiative and dedication to women's issues.
Don't miss the great opportunity to meet and greet others and celebreate
the culmination of a fabulous year!
Please R.S.V.P. by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
so we can make sure we have enough food, nametags, etc.
Sale and Elections a Success!
Thank you to everyone who helped with the Bake Sale and Executive Board
elections last week. Once again we beat our goal of $100 for the bake sale,
bringing in exactly $120.00, even with a competing bake sale
at the table right next to us! YEAH!!! (Just goes to
show that we had better treats!) The proceeds of the bake sale will
go towards our Summer Fellowship Fund.
In addition, 30 members voted in the Executive Board elections.
The races were all VERY close, but no ties, so a run-off election will
not be necessary. Winners will be announced at the Spring Reception
on Tuesday, April 27th at 5:30pm (the reception runs 4-7pm).
Rothstein Award Winner to be Annouced at Spring Reception
is very pleased to announce the creation of an annual honorary award named
after the late Esther Rothstein. The award will recognize a current
Chicago-Kent student who has demonstrated initiative and dedication to
women's issues. The annual award will be presented at the end of
each academic year and will consist of an honorary plaque and $250.00.
This year's winner will be announced at the Spring Reception on
April 27th. Mr. Alan Zenoff, a 1977 alumnus of Chicago-Kent and
one of Esther's beloved relatives, will be in attendance to pay tribute
to Esther at the reception before the winner is announced.
more information about Esther Rothstein, click here.
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 programs, receive
WIL outlines and discounts on WIL merchandise, and makes you eligle for
our fellowships! 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!
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 email@example.com.
WOMEN IN LAW
Charis Runnels, President
Abigail Kell, Vice President
Stephanie Benway, Vice President
Kimberly DeMarino, Treasurer
Sita Balthazar-Thomas, Secretary
Heather Fritch, Mentorship Coordinator
Faye Hizon, 1L Day Division Rep.
Sonia Kosar, 1L Evening Division Rep.