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Indiana Law Annotated

Vol. 17 No. 4
September 20, 1999

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RESPONSE TO HATE WORKSHOP

Professor Susan Williams is organizing a conference entitled "Responding to Hate," which will be held on Oct. 3rd in Whittenberger Auditorium from 1:30 - 6:00 p.m.. Morris Dees, the co-founder and Chief Trial Counsel of the Southern Poverty Law Center will be the keynote speaker. He will be followed by a series of panels on a variety of related topics, including: hate groups, hate crimes and the first amendment, individual and community responses to hate, and the ideological roots of hate. The colloquium is free and open to the entire Bloomington community and law students are, of course, encouraged to attend.

The conference is a response to the tragic event this summer in which a former IU student murdered Won-Joon Yoon, a graduate student in Economics. This crime brought forth an outpouring of sympathy to the family and a determination on the part of the entire Bloomington community to put an end to such hate crimes. The conference represents an effort by the University to bring its resources to the community and help in the process of understanding this tragedy.

NEWS FROM THE FACULTY

Professor Fred Cate addressed the governor and the governing council of the prefecture of Kumamoto in Japan on Sunday about balancing access to public records with personal privacy.

Professor David Fidler's book Empire and Community: Edmund Burke's Writings and Speeches on International Relations has been published by Westview Press. Professor Fidler co- edited this book with Jennifer M. Welsh, University Lecturer and Fellow of Somerville College, University of Oxford.

Professor Fidler's paper The Potential Role for Transnational Civil Society in Health Development in the Americas: Lessons from the NGO Revolution in International Law and Relations, will be published in Health & Human Development in the New Global Economy: Experiences, Opportunities & Risks in the Americas (Washington, D.C.: Pan American Health Organization, 2000).

Professor Fidler delivered the Dean's Lecture at the University of Kansas School of Law on September 16th. His topic was "International Law and Global Public Health." This lecture was based on an article of the same name that will be published this fall in the University of Kansas Law Review. While at the University of Kansas School of Law, Professor Fidler also delivered a talk on the globalization of baseball.

NEWS FROM STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE

ATTENTION 1LS
Just a reminder to take a few minutes to complete the recruiting questionnaire put in your mail boxes last week and deposit in the drop box on the ground floor. Your comments are very helpful to the Admissions Office. If you have misplaced the form, please stop by Room 230 to pick up another.

SENIORS GRADUATION PLANNING MEETING
Reminder: The meeting to discuss Graduation Events for the senior class is Monday, Sept. 20, 12:15 p.m., Room 125.

HOWIE'S BAGEL SHOP
The current hours for Howie's Bagel Shop in the Student Lounge are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. through 1:15 p.m.

NEWS FROM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

FEDERALIST SOCIETY
All students interested in finding out more about the Federalist Society and its plans for the upcoming year, are encouraged to attend the first meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 12:15 p.m., Room 124.

STUDENT LAW ASSOCIATION
SLA is looking for 2Ls and 3Ls who would be interested in serving on the Library and Buildings or Scheduling Student-Faculty Committees. Interested? Please see Dean Fromm or 3L Angela Karras as soon as possible!

SLA would also like to welcome the following new 1L representatives: Michael Baker, Chris Cosby, and Phil Davis. Congratulations! In addition, the referendum on the SLA Constitution passed well beyond the three-fourths vote required. Thanks to all who voted!

Keep an eye out for news about an upcoming SLA student-faculty Happy Hour! More information to come....

As always, if you have any questions or suggestions for SLA, please stop by the Bookstore, talk to one of the SLA members, or put a message in the SLA mail slot. We welcome all of your comments!

This year's SLA members are: Casey Brown (3L), Angela Karras (3L), Cameron Prell (3L), Ibe AlGani (2L), Sarah Fischer (2L), Trent Klingerman (2L), Michael Baker (1L), Chris Cosby (1L), and Phil Davis (1L).

STUDENT FACULTY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Congratulations to the following students who have been nominated by the Student Law Association and appointed by Dean Aman to these respective faculty committees.

Academic Regulations: Michelle Huckstep-Neary and Johnny Pryor.

Admissions/Financial Aid: Amy Hurley and Joe Villanueva.

Alumni/ae Relations: Greg Ehrhard and Katie Gostinger.

Appointments: Galen Lim and Katie Gostinger.

Career Services/Judicial Clerkships: Tavonna Harris, Anthony Miani, and Jonathan Stern.

Clinical Ranks: Carolynn McLaughlin and Sakinna Thomas.

Community Life: Tricia Black, Heather Clark, and Tamisha Evans.

Educational Policy: Albert Chang and Marisol Sanchez.

Instructional Technology: Charles Frayer and Wayne Warf.

Teaching: Jocelyn Hedlund and Arvid Swan.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

CONTACTING THE ILA
Please note the email address for the sending your submissions or letters to the ILA Editor is: ila@indiana.edu.

SOCIETY FOR PROMOTION OF PERSIAN CULTURE
The Society for Promotion of Persian (SPPC) will be participating in the International Festival of Indiana Oct. 14-16, at the State Fairground in Indianapolis. The Festival is sponsored by The International Center of Indianapolis and The Nationalities Council of Indiana.

In addition to the Persian booth, there will be a dance performance of Persian traditional folklore on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 6:00 p.m.

Admission to the Festival at the gate is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 7-12. (Children under 7 are free) Advance tickets are $3.50 for adults, $2.50 for children 7 - 12.

To purchase advance tickets, please contact Sepideh at sepideh_otmishi@ notesbridge.cummins.com.

Farsi classes for children and adults will start Sept. 18 and will continue through Dec. 18. 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. (Children)

11:00 - 12:30 p.m. (Adults) at the IUPUI Main Library, Room UL 3115F. There is a restricted number of students. Enrollment is on first come first serve basis. Books and materials will be supplied by the SPPC.

Please support the Persian heritage and language by motivating your children to attend this class.

For further information, please call: Dr. M. Moshfegh at: (317) 274-1925

or email: mmoshfe@iupui.edu.

Picnic photos and other information are posted at http://sites. netscape.net/localized/iransara.

ACTORS NEEDED
Do you have acting experience? Dean Robel is looking for some actors to present a workshop at this year's Indiana Women Attorney's Conference in Indianapolis on Oct. 21-22. You will get the opportunity to attend the conference free of charge, and network with many, many wonderful lawyers in the state. Email Dean Robel at lrobel@indiana.edu if you are interested.

AUDIO - VIDEO SERVICES
Requests for AV services may be sent to Beth at bl-law- av@indiana.edu or bplew@indiana.edu. Please include the name of your group and the e-mail address of the contact person, a description of what you want to do, and the date, location, starting time and duration of the event. Requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance and will be confirmed by email.

CALENDAR

Monday, Sept. 20, Graduation Planning Meeting, 12:15 p.m., Room 125.

Tuesday, Sept. 21, Federalist Society, 12:15 p.m., Room 124.

Thursday, Sept. 23, Labor Law Symposium, Noon, Moot Court Room.

Friday, Sept. 24, Labor Law Symposium, 10:00 a.m., Moot Court Room.

Updated: 17 September 1999