Publications

Law School > Our Community > Publications > Indiana Law Annotated

Indiana Law Annotated

Vol. 14 No.11
March 30, 1998

Table of Contents

News from the Faculty

Professor Rob Fischman presented a talk entitled "Substance and Procedure in Ecosystem Management" at the University of Michigan Ecosystem Management conference on March 27 and 28.

News About Students

NAPIL WINNER
Staci Terry '98 has been awarded a NAPIL fellowship for a two-year period beginning in September, 1998. Staci's project, which is funded by the Ford Motor Company, will focus on creating uniform procedures for protective orders across Indiana and on training professionals and volunteers in the procedures. Staci is the second IU student in the past two years to receive the prestigious NAPIL fellowship. Please congratulate Staci.

News from the Recorder

Summer Session 1998 Schedule Adjustment
Students may process schedule adjustments in the Recorder's Office for the summer session, April 8 - 15. This will allow time for the University Registrar and Bursar Offices to correct billings which will be due on May 10 (First Summer Session) and June 10 (Second Summer Session).

After April 15, students who need to register or make further schedule adjustments, need to see the Recorder. Any student who has not registered for B710, Independent Clinical Project, B706, Credit Research or B600, Directed Readings, and will not be on the Bloomington campus, needs to register by May 3 in the Recorder's Office.

Further registration and schedule adjustments throughout the summer may be done in the Recorder's Office up to the first day of the class starting date. Please note that drop/add transactions must be processed by the first day of class for a 100% refund in any course.

Any student wishing to cancel their summer registration needs to notify the Recorder's Office in writing or in person.

Fall 1998-99 Registration: (Recorder's Office, 9:00-11:45 a.m. and 1:15-4:00 p.m.)

Please note: an alternate course selection should be placed directly to the right of the primary course selection. Please refer to page 1 of the I Semester 1998-99 registration handout for courses that need alternates.

News from Student Organizations

INTERNATIONAL LAW ASSOCIATION ELECTIONS
The International Law Association will be electing its new officers for next year this upcoming Thursday, April 2 at 12:00 p.m. in Room 120. The positions available are President, Vice-Pres., Secretary, Treasurer, and Fundraising. The meeting will include nominations, a brief speech by each of the nominees, and then the election. If you are interested, please contact Kostas Poulakidas or any of the other current executive members.

The International Law Association would like to congratulate Cindy Baraban for receiving the prestigious Snyder Visiting Scholar Fellowship to study at Cambridge University in England.

Announcements

WRITING COMPETITION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
International Dimensions, the student-edited law journal of the International Law Society (ILS), is pleased to announce the 1998 Writing Competition in International Law.

The competition is designed to encourage preparation of scholarly papers on current topics of interest to the international legal community.

The winner will be awarded a $500.00 U.S. Savings Bond and will be published in the Fall 1998 issue of the journal.

For complete rules of the competition, please visit the ILS homepage at:

http://members.aol.com/INTLLAWSOC/index2.html or e-mail: INTLLAWSOC@aol.com.

IUSA ELECTIONS
IUSA, the Indiana University Student Association, holds its elections next week, March 31-April 1. Votes can be cast by accessing IUSA home page http://www.indiana.edu/~iusa.

If you have any questions about IUSA, Theresa Hill, a candidate and law school student, invites you to e-mail her at thlhill@indiana.edu. There will also be a table set up in the lounge next week.

SURVEY ON LIBRARY CHAIRS
The Library is evaluating chairs for the replacement of our current carrel and table chairs. We have received three samples and are interested in student input about them. The chairs have been placed at a table in the newspaper area in the Library lobby. The chairs have been numbered for your evaluation. Please fill out the surveys located on the table. Disregard the upholstery and wood color, as these aspects will be finalized at a later date. Please let us know what you think! One vote per student.

MICROSOFT SOFTWARE MADE AVAILABLE
IUB students, faculty and staff are invited to pick up free Microsoft Software during the "Indiana University Microsoft Software Event" on Tuesday, March 31, from 3-6 p.m., at the Indiana Memorial Union East Lobby.

A valid university ID is required and faculty and staff must have a computer available for their use at work in order to receive the software for home use. The software is on a CD.

Beginning April 1, a special CD with all the Microsoft software will be available at the University Information Technology Services (UITS) Support Center, the IU Bookstore and the Library. In addition to CD distribution, the Microsoft products will be available online via IU's existing SoftServe system.

--from The Monitor, University Information Technology Services

Calendar

MONDAY, MARCH 30

...Fall 98 Registration, Current 2Ls.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1

...Fall 98 Registration, Current 1Ls, LLM, MCL, and SJD students.

THURSDAY, APRIL 2

...International Law Assoc. Elections, 12:00 p.m., Room 120.

Updated: 28 March 1998