Indiana Law Annotated for Oct. 1, 2018 (55:7)

October 1, 2018

This Week in the Law School

Registration is open through Thursday for next week's Intersession courses. Please register ASAP if you plan to take advantage of this great opportunity.

There will be no ILA next week as we observe Fall Break. We'll return Monday, Oct. 15. Have a safe and relaxing break.

Monday, October 1

Fall Intersession Registration: Fall Break

Registration for next week's Intersession will remain open through Thursday for these two courses:

B581 Decision Making for Lawyers: Concepts, Duties and Skills (1 credit hour)

This 1-credit pass/fail law school course is offered October 8-11 in Chicago. The course will be held at the law firm of Chapman & Cutler at 111 W. Monroe Street from 5 to 8:30 pm. Students with questions about the course should direct them to Randy Kiser.

B564 Litigation: Courtroom Procedure (1 credit hour)

The course meets on the Bloomington campus October 10-13.

Indiana Law 2L and 3L students may enroll for one unit of credit as part of their fall semester course load (provided they are currently taking 16 or fewer credits). Enrollment for fall break courses will be open October 1 through 4 (Monday through Thursday).A syllabus for either course may be obtained by emailing Libby Steinbach. Students seeking to register should send an email toAlexis Lanham.

Breakfast with ChIPs and Connie Lindman

Join ChIPs Maurer for a breakfast with Connie Lindman, '89, partner at SmithAmundsen. Lindman will be on campus as part of the Center for IP Research's IP Practitioner-in-Residence series. Bagels and coffee provided. Faculty Lounge, 8 a.m.

Tax Law Society Lunch with Tim Riffle

Barnes and Thornburg's and Adjunct Professor Tim Riffle, '83, will join the Tax Law Society to discuss his practice. Riffle has extensive experience with structuring businesses and non-profits, structuring mergers, acquisitions, and other deals, and creating and managing trusts. He teaches transactional drafting and regularly judges the Transactional Drafting Competition at the Law School. Room 124, noon.

IP Practitioner-in-Residence: Connie Lindman

Ms. Lindman will be on campus today as part of the IP Practitioner-in-Residence program. In addition to attending IP classes, Lindman will be giving a lunch talk at noon and will be available for informal meetings with students throughout the day in the Faculty Study. Contact for more information and to set up a meeting. Room 213, noon.

Careers in International Law – LLMs & SJDs

Wes Rist, the deputy executive director at the American Society of International Law, will discuss the steps that students can take while still in law school to help themselves stand out in the search for an international law position. Topics covered will include targeted job searching, resume drafting, managing one’s professional contacts, identifying appropriate international experiences, pursuing valuable volunteer and professional membership opportunities, and other practical steps. Room 120, noon.

1L Academic Enhancement Session: Outlining

What is outlining? Where do you start? Please email Ms. Liz Bodamer to RSVP for one of the outlining sessions she will lead. Room 124, 3 p.m. This session will repeat at the same place and time on Tuesday and Thursday.

Latinx Law Student Association

Please join the Latinx Law Student Association for our second meeting of the year. We will be going over upcoming events, holding elections for 1L representative, and taking our 1L photo. Room 125, 4 p.m.

Tuesday, October 2

Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Association Call-out Meeting

This new student organization is officially up and running. At this first meeting we will be introducing our executive board and our faculty advisor, discussing upcoming events including the 1L representative election, and revealing the T-shirt design. Non-pizza lunch provided. Room 121, noon.

Ally Discussion Panel

Many individuals are often witness to moments where a person belonging to a minority group is discriminated against on the basis of their immutable traits. Those not sharing the same characteristics may feel at a loss as to how to assist during those times, perhaps because they don’t want to exacerbate the situation or because they don’t want to intervene and usurp the power of the individual being challenged. This panel is meant to facilitate an intersectional open-dialogue about navigating these situations and encourage healthy advocacy for better minority treatment. Moot Court Room, noon.

First Tuesday Public Interest Panel

Join the Public Interest Law Foundation and Career Services Office in the first of a monthly public interest career panel series. This month, we welcome Indiana Legal Services. ILSis the largest provider of free civil legal assistance toeligiblelow-income people throughout Indiana. ILS also now has a medical-legal partnership group which it is looking to grow. Positions in both Bloomington and Indianapolis are currently available. Room 120, noon.

CLS Weekly Bible Study

Room 222, noon.

CSO Craft and Chill Hour

Career Services Office, noon.

Presidential Management Fellows

The PMF Program is a flagship leadership development program at the entry level for advanced degree candidates. Alisa M. Rosales, director of career services, will provide an overview of the program and how to put your best foot forward in the application and interviewing process. Room 214, 12:30 p.m.

1L Academic Enhancement Session: Outlining

Room 124, 3 p.m.

Wednesday, October 3

International Wednesdays: The Stewart Fellows Overseas Externship Program

Interested in working abroad this summer? Hear from program alumni about their experiences living and working in the nine countries where the Stewart Fellows have gone. Room 124, noon.

Ernst & Young: Lunch and Learn

Please join Ken Burleson, ’15, of Ernst & Young’s cybersecurity and privacy practice for a learning lunch. Ernst & Young is currently recruiting 3Ls for its privacy practice; the posting closes October 17 so take advantage of this opportunity to learn more and ask questions. Room 121, noon.

Advocating for Workplace Justice

The Peggy Browning Fund will host a panel discussion on the PBF's paid summer fellowships ($6,000 and up) and workplace justice issues. Panelists include Prof. Ken Dau-Schmidt, Kristin Hoffman, Jeff Macey, '08, and Arthur Traynor, '07. Moot Court Room, noon.

Business and Corporate Research Workshop

Please join us in the Jerome Hall Law Library for the third research workshop of the semester. This workshop will cover how to find company information, financial information, SEC filings, and more. Please register in advance. Light refreshments will be served. Library 206E, noon.

Ostrom Memorial Lecture

Georgia Tech School of Public Policy's Milton L. Mueller will deliver "Sovereignty and Cyberspace: Institutions and Internet Governance" as the 2018 Ostrom Memorial Lecture. Moot Court Room, 6 p.m.

Thursday, October 4

PDEV Series: Networking with AlumniWhat is networking and why should you be concerned about networking with people from your Maurer alma mater? If networking doesn’t come naturally to you or seems like a foreign concept, we will help you to you develop these essential skills. Learn more at this interactive presentation by Ms. Andrea Havill, assistant dean for external affairs and alumni relations) and Maarten Bout (director of development-major gifts). This programming is provided for graduate and exchange students by the Office of Graduate Legal Studies and the Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession. Please use CareerNet to RSVP by noon the day before the event. Room 213, noon.

1L Academic Enhancement Session: Outlining

Room 124, 3 p.m.

Friday, October 5

No events scheduled.

CSO Job of the Week

Entry Level Associate, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, one of the world's leading international law firms, seeks to hire a highly qualified third year law student to join our Structured Transactions practice group as an entry level associate in the Fall of 2019 in the Chicago Office. For more information see the job posting on CareerNet.


PAD Moot Court Binding

Phi Alpha Delta offers a brief-binding service to all Sherman Minton Moot Court competitors. Please contact with your information in order to take advantage of this service, or if you have additional questions.Bound copies are $6, stapled copies are $5. We'll be binding in the CSO from 5 to10 p.m. October 2-4.

Socctoberfest Sign-ups

If you are interested in playing, please e-mail Ms. Rhea May. See previous ILA entries for full details.

About ILA

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Audio-Video Services

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