Indiana Law Annotated for Sept. 24, 2018 (55:6)
September 24, 2018
Monday, September 24
2L and 3L Spring Externships Overview
Prof. Inge Van der Cruysse will give an overview of externship programs for academic credit the school offers in spring (one day a week), and how to sign up for them. Applications for judicial externships are due in early October, and students will be walked through the details. Placements include the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit (3Ls only, Bloomington); Federal District Court (Indianapolis); Federal Bankruptcy Court (Indianapolis); Indiana Supreme Court (Indianapolis); Indiana Court of Appeals (Indianapolis); Indiana Tax Court (Indianapolis); Indiana Trial Courts (in several counties). Room 120, noon.
Business Law Society Mentorship Pairings
At our first general meeting of the semester, we will be holding 1L/LLM representative elections and announcing mentorship pairs. Please come prepared with a 30-second speech about why you want to join the BLS board and why you are qualified to serve your peers. Non-pizza lunch will be provided. Room 124, noon.
Student Organization Roundtable
Each student organization, project, and journal will send one representative who will discuss all your planned events for the year. The goal of the round table is to promote collaborations and to minimize overlap and conflicts. Room 213, noon.
Crucial Change in Immigration Policy
Please join the International Students Association (ISA) session about this crucial immigration policy change. All F, J, and M visa holders are strongly recommended to attend. Mr. Hong-min Jun, '00, an experienced immigration lawyer, will also be there to answer legal questions regarding this policy change. Room 216, noon.
Tuesday, September 25
Sports and Entertainment Law Society Panel
Guest speakers Dan Emerson, '79, general counsel for the Indianapolis Colts; Frank Pulice, general counsel for the Indiana Pacers; Catheirne Corsaro, assistant general counsel for the Pacers; Fred Glass, IU's vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics; and Jared Tidemann,'13, counsel for the NCAA, will discuss legal careers in sports. We will be serving a non-pizza lunch, on a first come, first served basis. Moot Court Room, noon.
Public Interest Law Foundation Meeting
PILF will have its first general body meeting, where we'll discuss our fall fundraising event as well as discussing several opportunities to get PILF points in the next few months. Lunch will be provided. Room 120, noon.
Introduction to Private Acquisitions
Prof. Mark Need will break down the basic timeline of a commercial acquisition and discuss the role of attorneys and other participants in the deal structure. This lunch presentation will be of interest to those considering a transactional law career and will serve as the introduction to the 2019 Maurer Transactional Law and Negotiation Competition. Lunch provided. Room 124, noon.
CLS Weekly Bible Study
Room 222, noon.
International Law Society General Body Meeting
We will be announcing our 1L reps at the meeting. Food provided. Room 122, noon.
CSO Craft and Chill Hour
Career Services Office, noon.
Wednesday, September 26
Stewart Lecture in Labor and Employment Law
In a presentation titled "Speech Inequality After Janus v. AFSCME," Seattle University School of Law Prof. Charlotte Garden addresses “the growing – yet mostly ignored – divergence in the Court’s treatment of the use of market leverage to achieve political leverage by corporate and labor speakers” and endeavors “to sketch a route toward a more coherent First Amendment approach to the relationship between economic power and the metaphorical marketplace of ideas.” One credit of Indiana CLE available. Lunch will be provided. Moot Court Room, noon.
Secure Facilities Training and Letter Writing
The Inmate Legal Assistance Project will be holding its mandatory secure facilities training for any volunteers who plan to attend prison visits this school year. The training will be followed by a letter-writing workshop, where volunteers currently working on a letter assignment can get more feedback and assistance from the executive board. If you plan on attending a prison visit but cannot make this training, please contact Maryrachel Durso as soon as possible. Room 125, 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, September 27
SBA Faculty Speaker Series: Prof. Ochoa
Come join the Student Bar Association for its first installment of the Faculty Speaker Series -- a great opportunity to get to know members of the Maurer faculty in a way that cannot be provided in the classroom. Prof. Christiana Ochoa will be our first guest for the semester. She will be talking about her fascinating career, journey to the Law School, current research, and lessons she has learned along the way. Lunch provided. Moot Court Room, noon.
CACR Security Seminar Series
The Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research Security Speaker Series presents Rebecca Crootof, executive director of the Information Society Project and a research scholar and lecturer in law at Yale Law School. She will be presenting “An Internet of Torts.” Faculty Conference Room, noon.
Come to the second installment of the Jerome Hall Law Library’s fall workshop series. This workshop will discuss researching treaties using HeinOnline and other resources. Please register in advance. Light refreshments will be served. Jerome Hall Law Library 206E, 3 p.m. Friday, September 28
Career Choices: How Do I be Authentic to Myself in My Career?
Join panelists Josh Abel, '05 (Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust); Jay Chaudhary, '09 (Indiana Legal Services); Cara Johnson, '13 (Taft Stettinius & Hollister); Abigail Kuzma, '81 (Legal Services Corp); Onica Matsika, '16 (McDermott Will & Emery); and Karina Zazueta, '14 (The Law Office of Karina Zazueta) as they speak on authenticity to yourself in your professional development. Moot Court Room, noon.
CSO Job of the Week
Ernst & Young Advisory Staff Consultant – CyberSecurity. Looking for students who graduate in 2019. For more information see the job posting on CareerNet.
Also from CSO:
Thank you to everyone who has made appointments with their CSO advisor this semester! We love hearing how you are doing and helping you however we can. Please remember to check in with Natasha or Kim when you arrive for your appointment so they can let your advisor know that you are here.
2Ls and 3Ls: are you still looking for summer or post-graduation employment? Be sure to check CareerNet regularly. We post new jobs nearly every day. Some of our recent postings have had very few students send resumes or sign up for interviews, and we want to make sure you are taking advantage of all of our offerings.
3Ls: Don’t forget to sign up for a meeting with CSO before December 31 to qualify for the cap and gown fellowship – come for the career help, stay for the reimbursement for your graduation cap and gown expenses.
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