Indiana Law Annotated
Vol. 15 No. 10
November 2, 1998
Table of Contents
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- NEWS FROM THE RECORDER'S OFFICE
- NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
- NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
Professor Roger Dworkin's newest book has been published by Indiana University Press. Early Warning: Cases and Ethical Guidance for Presymptomatic Testing in Genetic Diseases is co-authored by Professor Dworkin and colleagues from Indiana University's Poynter Center, Religious Studies Department, and School of Medicine. The book presents 29 case studies of ethical/legal issues that arise in presymptomatic testing for late-onset genetic diseases and offers guidelines for the appropriate handling of such issues. The project that culminated in the book was supported by a grant from the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications branch of the National Center for Human Genome Research.
Professor Dawn Johnsen spoke about Executive Privilege on a panel with Kenneth Starr at the University of Minnesota Law School on October 24, as part of a symposium called "Nixon Now: Presidential Power and Executive Privilege Twenty-Five Years Later."
Professor Jeff Stake delivered a paper on Free Speech and the Evolution of Ideas at the First Conference of the Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law (SEAL) on October 17. He got lots of laughs.
NEWS FROM THE RECORDER'S OFFICE
BUMP NOTICES, DROP/ADD
Bump notices have been placed in individual student mailboxes for the II Semester 1998-99. Anyone wishing to adjust their Spring schedule may do so on the following dates: May, August and December '99 graduates: Tuesday, Nov. 3. Remaining students: Wednesday, Nov. 4.
Please refer to the listing of courses that are currently closed; unless an alternate selection is noted on your bump notice, you are not automatically placed on the waiting list for that course. Students may place their name on the wait list in our office starting Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The drop/add times on Nov 3 and Nov 4 will be the last time you may change your selection until Friday, Jan 8, 1999.
The following courses are closed for the II Semester: B620, Negotiations (Fromm); B645, Wills and Trusts (Gjerdingen); B663, Labor Law I (writing section only) (Dau-Schmidt); B708, Privacy Law (Cate); B714, Legal Thought (Gjerdingen); B721, Law and Literature (Hodges); B722, Trial Process (Kellams); B756, Race, Amer. Soc. & Law (Brown); B758, Trademark & Unfair Comp. (Leaffer); B771, Mediation (Greenebaum); and L748, Sem Law Psy Crime Culp. Punish. (Hoffmann).
B722, Trial Process with Bethel and Brook has spaces available for 3Ls.
NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
FIRST YEAR MEETING ON SUMMER OPTIONS
On Wednesday, Nov. 4, at noon, in the Moot Court Room (123), Deans Robel and Fromm will discuss Summer credit options available for first year students. Covered will be B710 clinical projects for credit (how one works, how and when to create one, etc.), the availability of Summer loans and how to get them, and the pros and cons of attending Summer school.
CLINICAL PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIANAPOLIS IN THE SPRING
There are still openings for students to earn two B710 credits during the Spring semester for working one day a week in various governmental offices, including the Office of the Utility Consumer Counselor, the Department of Environmental Management, and the Environmental Adjudication Office. See Deans Fromm or Robel to explore one of these opportunities.
GRADUATE PICTURE TAKING
Sitting times for the Graduate Composite picture are still available for the Nov. 4 date this week and the Nov. 11 date next week. The sign up sheets are on the bulletin board in the corridor across from room 022. If you are unable to make either date, please see Dale in room 024 as soon as possible. There is a $25.00 charge to have your picture taken at the studio or at an alternate time.
NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
CHILDREN AND THE LAW DISCUSSION GROUP/PROTECTIVE ORDER PROJECT
The Children and the Law Discussion Group and the Protective Order Project will hold a lecture on "The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children." Liz Kirkland of Middleway House will be speaking. The lecture will be held Tuesday, Nov. 3, at noon in room 120. Refreshments will be provided. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
THANKS FROM CHILDREN AND THE LAW
The Children and the Law Discussion Group would like to recognize all those people and groups who distributed candy for the Kids' Halloween Party. Thanks for making this fun annual event a success.
WEST RESEARCH LECTURE
On Thursday, Nov. 12 at noon in room 121, Lori Chester, our Westlaw representative, will present a research lecture on Digests and Statutes. This lecture is open to all interested students and will highlight many of West Publishing's printed products. Pizza will be served.
If you have any questions, see Juliet Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org).
LEXIS AND WESTLAW JOB SEARCH TRAINING FOR FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
Beginning next week, representatives from Lexis and Westlaw will be here to conduct job search training for all first year law students. Students that attend the training sessions will receive a limited access password to the service. Passwords will only be given at the training sessions. These passwords will allow you to search the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory, West's Legal Directory, and newspapers and magazines. Lexis and Westlaw offer access to different materials, so you should plan to attend a session for each service.
All training sessions will take place in the Media Center Room 208B (the large computer lab) and last 45 minutes. You can sign up for a session at the Reference Desk.
Here is the schedule of sessions: Tuesday, Nov. 3: LEXIS at 11 a.m., noon, 2:15 and 4:15; Wednesday, Nov. 4: WESTLAW at 11 a.m., noon, 2:15 and 4:15; Thursday, Nov. 5: WESTLAW at noon, 2:15 and 4:15; Friday, Nov. 6: WESTLAW at noon, 2:15 and 4:15; Tuesday, Nov. 10: LEXIS at 11 a.m., noon, 2:15 and 4:15; Tuesday, Nov. 17: LEXIS at 11 a.m., noon, 2:15 and 4:15.
If your class schedule conflicts with all of these session times, please email Juliet Smith (email@example.com) or stop by her office.
Tuesday, November 3, "The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children," noon, Room 120.
Wednesday, November 4, First year meeting on Summer options, noon, Moot Court Room (123).
Updated: 30 October 1998