Indiana Law Annotated
Indiana Law Annotated
Vol. 16, No.3
February 1, 1999
Table of Contents
- NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
- NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
- NEWS FROM CAREER SERVICES
- NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
NEWS FROM THE FACULTY
Professor Kevin Brown's book review of Mark V. Tushnet, Making Civil Rights Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court 1936-1991 was published in 48 Journal of Legal Education 456.
Professor Jeff Stake, who is visiting at Georgetown University Law Center at the moment, presented a short paper on the prospects for evolutionary survival of the idea embraced by the Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics at a conference of the SASE section of the AALS the day before the AALS annual meeting in New Orleans.
NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
BRUSSELS INTERNSHIP FOR SUMMER 1999
There is a wonderful opportunity to earn B710 credit this summer with the United Nations (Refugee Office) in Brussels, Belgium. Some fluency in French, particularly in reading and writing, is required. See Dean Fromm if you are interested in exploring this opportunity.
ATTENTION 3Ls - BAR EXAMS
NOTES FROM DEAN FROMM
1. Remember to check carefully the application deadlines of states in which you plan to take the bar exam.
Again, we will have Indiana applications in the Recorder's Office within the next few weeks. The application deadline is April 1. See the sample application outside my office. You must contact the State Board of Law Examiners for other states to get materials. Catch me if you have any questions.
2. We now have in our office the new MPRE (Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam) application packets for the 1999 dates.
3. Fingerprinting for bar application purposes can be done (for no charge) at the IUPD offices at 801 N. Jordan on any Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. That service will no longer be provided in the Law School.
4. Students taking the summer New York Bar exam - are you interested in a Bar review course here? If so, please tell Dale. If we have a sufficient signup, Bar/Bri may offer a course at the reduced rates.
5. Bar Study Loan applications are available in our office. Return completed applications to Dale--the loan check is sent directly to you.
ATTENTION 1Ls & 2Ls - LOANS FOR 1999-2000
Return your FAFSA renewal forms immediately or as soon as you can. If you have not received your renewal form, contact (319)337-5665.
You also may access and submit your renewal form (actually recommended) on the IU-Bloomington, Student Financial Assistance Office web page. Click on FAFSA. Remember to make a copy of what you send. At this time, no other form needs to be submitted for summer loans or next academic year loans.
NEWS FROM CAREER SERVICES
ISBA/YOUNG LAWYER SECTION CAREER DAY
Saturday, February 13
Indiana Bar Center, Indianapolis
Noon -2:00 p.m.
If you have not decided on a definite practice area, you should not miss this day! Meet with over 40 attorneys from different practice areas and settings. Shake hands and talk one-on-one with these many attorneys --learn about their typical day at work, growing areas of law, and much more. This is THE largest gathering of attorneys for personal student interaction!
Don't miss out! Career Day will be held at the Indiana Bar Center, 230 East Ohio Street (near Market Center), from noon to 2:00 p.m. 1Ls are STRONGLY encouraged to attend. This is the best opportunity to begin defining career goals. Also, the information you gather here will help you in your interviews. If you would like a list of the participating attorneys and read their profiles, please stop in the Career Services Office.
NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
OUTREACH FOR LEGAL LITERACY
Outreach for Legal Literacy has classrooms available for those students interested in teaching the basics of law to fifth graders in Bloomington. Please contact Professor Aviva Orenstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tabitha Tyle (2L) (email@example.com) for more information.
PUBLIC INTEREST LAW CONFERENCE
The University of Oregon is hosting the 17th Annual Public Interest Law Conference in Eugene March 4-7. The website is www.pielc.uoregon.edu. Interested students can contact Ina Zucker at (541) 344-4439 for more information.
If you would like to be considered for an unpaid internship for credit this summer with the Indiana Attorney General's Office, the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, or the National Labor Relations Board please get a resume to Dean Lauren Robel this week.
NATIONAL TRIAL COMPETITION
The Law School's National Trial Competition team competes in regional competition in Chicago this week (Feb. 4-6). Good luck to Laura Boeckman, Rob Roberts, Janet Ramsey, Carrie Soder, and Ben Ice.
ADDITION TO LAW SCHOOL FAMILY
Professor Dawn Johnsen and her husband John have a new baby boy! Eric was born January 24, just after midnight. He was nine days late and weighed 8 lbs., 3 oz. Congratulations Dawn & John!
Updated: 1 February 1999