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OCPD presents four events this week to help you chart your career path. Don't miss them!
This workshop will combine the essential tools and information presented in both of the cover letter and resume workshops last fall. See Symplicity for further information. RSVP on Symplicity. Lunch will be provided to those who bring their confirmation sheet to the workshop. Noon, room 122.
Additional training for VITA volunteers on how to use the IRS Web interface. 7-10 p.m., room 122.
POP will be having a meeting for volunteers to brush up on office procedures, discuss last semester, and talk about projects for this semester. Those of you interested in joining our organization are strongly encouraged to attend. Lunch will be provided. Noon, room 120.
On November 3, 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn, which asks whether and to what extent religious organizations (such as parochial schools) can participate in funding programs operated by governments and ostensibly open to both secular and religious organizations. The Federalist Society will be hosting a panel discussion featuring Peter Kirsanow, a member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, as well as Indiana Law Professors J. Alexander Tanford and Daniel Conkle. Free Chick-Fil-A lunch will be provided! Monday, January 24, Moot Court Room, noon - 1:00.
Join us for the first meeting of the semester. All members and anyone interested in learning about LLSA are welcome. Noon, room 122.
OUTlaw is meeting to discuss upcoming events, and how members can participate. Noon, room 213.
This presentation is a repeat of the career exploration presentation from last fall. See Symplicity for more information. Lunch will be provided to those who reserve on Symplicity. Noon, room 124.
Professor William Henderson will present important information on the development of the legal services industry over the past several decades — and how the market is likely to change in the years to come. You'll come away with a simple, fact-based framework for understanding the structural changes now affecting entry-level lawyers. You'll also learn professional development strategies that will open doors for you as you plan your career. RSVP on Symplicity and bring your confirmation for free lunch. Noon, room 125.
Daniel Tounsel III and Jim Reed share their insights on professional opportunities in this growing arena. RSVP on Symplicity and bring your confirmation for free lunch. Noon, room 125.
Christian Legal Society will be meeting to discuss how and when the Bible study for this semester will take place. Everyone is welcome to join! Noon, room 214.
Please join your classmates and professors at the annual Women's Law Caucus auction. Plenty of professor packages will be available for you and your friends to bid on, so start getting your groups together now and get ready to bid. All proceeds benefit Middleway House and the Protective Order Project. Please plan to attend on Friday, Feb. 4, at the Bluebird.
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