Publications

Law School > Our Community > Publications > Indiana Law Annotated

Indiana Law Annotated

Vol. 13 No.14
November 24, 1997

Table of Contents

News From The Faculty

Professor Popkin will be speaking to Washington legislators on December 11 about statutory interpretation, with the goal of helping them draft better statutes. In addition, on January 9 he will do an all-day session on the same topic for California appellate judges.

Professor Dau-Schmidt was elected to the governing Board of the Industrial Relations Research Association and will begin his term January 1, 1998.

News From Student Affairs Office

1998 SUMMER SESSION SCHEDULE

The 1998 Summer Session Schedule is attached.

INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW OPPORTUNITY

The International Environmental Law class time for spring has been changed to avoid a time conflict with Tax. It is now offered on Monday and Tuesday from 4:15-5:30, and its exam is April 29 at 1:00. Here are a few reasons you should consider taking it:

  1. You need not have taken either Environmental or International Law as a prerequisite.
  2. The professor is terrific. John Applegate is visiting next semester, and this is one of only two opportunities to take a class with this nationally-known environmental scholar.
  3. IT WILL NOT BE OFFERED AGAIN WHILE ANY OF YOU ARE STUDENTS.

SENIORS

It is quite likely that there will be a Bar Review course next summer at our school for students taking the Illinois as well as the Indiana Bar. There may also be enough interest for a Review for New York and California. In order to assess that interest, students considering those states should tell Dale in Room 024.

UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES CLINICAL PROJECT

The UNHCR will take one or two of our students for the summer of 1998 for a non-paying B710 Clinical Project in Brussels, Belgium. Although primarily for students who have completed two years of law school, students graduating are eligible to apply as well, provided they are able to finance their stay. Fluency in French (both writing and speaking) is required.

The open period for applying is November 10 through December 1. Please see Dean Fromm if you have interest and wish to apply.

News From Career Services

MINORITY OPPORTUNITIES JOB FAIR

Once again this year the Nashville Bar Association will be sponsoring its Minority Opportunities First Year Clerkship Job Fair. The Career Services Office should be receiving registration materials shortly, and the anticipated registration deadline will be on or about January 8, 1998. Watch for further notices from Career Services. The fair will be held January 30-31, 1998.

ISBA MINORITY CLERKSHIP PROGRAM

The Indiana State Bar Association's Opportunities for Minorities Committee will once again sponsor the Minority Clerkship Program for the summer of 1998. This program creates opportunities for first and second year law students to clerk with employers throughout the State of Indiana during the summer of 1998. More than 15 employers have already registered to participate, and there are more to come. Student applications will be available in the CSO on November 14, 1997 and will be due back to the CSO by noon December 3, 1997. The application will require multiple resumes and copies of a cover letter addressed to the Committee. Students should use the cover letter to express their interest in the program.

PILF SUMMER FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION MEETING

Students interested in obtaining a PILF fellowship for this summer should attend the PILF Summer Fellowship Information Meeting. At the meeting former recipients will talk about their experiences. The participant's summer jobs represent a variety of public interest organizations and unique job experiences. There will also be a representative from PILF to answer questions about the application process. The meeting will be held on Monday, November 24 at noon in Room 120.

News from Student Organizations

CHRISTIAN LEGAL SOCIETY

The Christian Legal Society holds a Bible study every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. All students and faculty are invited. The group meets in the library lobby.

Announcements

CLOTHING AND TOY DRIVE

Time to clean out those closets and toy boxes! PHI DELTA PHI and the Christian Legal Society are continuing their clothing and toy drive to benefit the needy. The drop-off box is downstairs across from the SLA bookstore through December 5. Your donations will brighten the holiday season for needy families.

FERRIER ELECTED TO NATIONAL OFFICE

Congratulations are in order for Kimberly Ferrier (2L)! Kimberly has been elected to the national office of Secretary-Treasurer to the American Bar Association - Law Student Division for the 1998-1999 school year. Kimberly will be the first individual from any Indiana law school to ever serve the Law Student Division as a national officer. Please congratulate her and wish her the best as she represents our school, circuit, and nation of law students.

FURNITURE MOVERS

Reminder to all students -- PLEASE do not move the furniture in the student commons area. Accessibility needs dictate the current arrangement.

BUILDING CLOSED

The law building will be closed on Friday, November 28 due to a power outage on this side of campus. The building will reopen on Saturday, November 29 at 9:00 a.m.

Calendar

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24

... PILF Summer Fellowship Information Meeting, noon, Room 120.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25

...Christian Legal Society Bible study, 7:00 p.m., library lobby.

ONGOING

...Clothing and toy drive -- box for contributions downstairs across from the SLA bookstore; continues through December 5.

...UNHCR Clinical Project open application period through December 1. See Dean Fromm.

...Applications accepted for Snyder Visiting Scholar. See Dale Calabrese, Room 024.

...Student applications for ISBA Minority Clerkship Program available in the CSO.