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WWLJ Informational Session

Attention all 1Ls! The Wisconsin Women's Law Journal is seeking 1L women and men to cite-check for the upcoming Fall and Spring 2006-07 issues. The Wisconsin Women's Law Journal is currently the only journal at Wisconsin that encourages first- ...

Posted Sep 26, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Qlaw: Save the Date

QLaw requests that you save the evening of Saturday March 10th, 2007 for our Second Annual Gala. Faculty, staff, students, alumni, area practitioners, and friends are invited. Location in Madison to be determined. Check online at www.qlaw. ...

Posted Sep 22, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Undergraduate mock trial team needs volunteers

We need your help! The UW-Madison undergraduate Mock Trial team is looking for law student volunteers. From judging scrimmages to helping students develop case theory, there are lots of opportunities to help. A couple of hours a week or a coupl ...

Posted Sep 14, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

WWLJ Elections Results

The Wisconsin Women's Law Journal has elected its new Editorial Board for 2006-2007. Melanie Cairns is the Journal's new Editor-in-Chief. Other newly elected editors are: Aura Brosnan, Senior Managing Editor Vanessa Carroll & Nicole Klassen, ...

Posted May 3, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

MELSA Elects New Board

President-Diana Fakhrai Vice President of Academic Affairs-Helmi Hamad Vice President of Community Affairs-Soniya Yunus Treasurer-Hazem Isawi Secretary-Claudette Torbey Leo Rep-Aisha Concha

Posted May 3, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

"Just Desserts"

On April 26, from 4:30 to 6:30, the SBA is planning to hold "Just Desserts" to celebrate the end of another semester. All students, as well as all faculty and staff are welcome.

Posted Apr 24, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Wisconsin Women's Law Journal - "Meet the Board"

The Wisconsin Women's Law Journal is holding its "Meet the Board" event this Thursday, April 13th, from 7 to 9 pm at the Flatiron Tavern, at 102 King St. Please stop by any time to learn about our board positions and general information about ...

Posted Apr 11, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

War Zone

Come see War Zone , a film about sex, power, and what happens when men threaten a woman's right to walk undisturbed on the streets of America. Brought to you by the NLG social justice film series. Tuesday, April 18 7:00 PM, Room 2211 ...

Posted Apr 11, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION PARTY

The Legal Information Center's Semi-Annual VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION PARTY will be on April 21 from 6pm - 8pm. At the meeting we will announce the winners of the election for our two new co-directors. Meet at the law school atrium at 6pm, and we ...

Posted Apr 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

LLSA Announces New Executive Board (2006-2007)

Congratulations to the newly elected Executive Board of the Latina/o Law Student Association! 2006-2007 LLSA Board Elect Claudia Catota President Antonio Trillo Vice President of Academic Affairs Megan Beaman Vice President of Community ...

Posted Apr 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Congratulations Mock Trial!

Congratulations to the Mock Trial team that finished 3rd place out of 16 teams in the 2006 ATLA Regional Student Trial Advocacy Competition. The competition was held in Las Vegas on March 2-4. Team members included: Nick DiUlio, Dennis Hans ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

THE SPRING 2006 APALSA/SALSA APPAREL SALE!

This week, March 28-31, APALSA/SALSA is holding its spring apparel sale. Add some T-shirts and shorts to your wardrobe to help you make it through the summer months! Samples will be in the Atrium all week, and order forms can be found in hangf ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

The Public Interest Law Section and PILF Presents...

The spring "mini" CLE Series This Thursday!!! Medicare Part D from 12-1pm, UW Law School #2211 March 30th PILS member Aimee McCutcheon will talk about Medicare Part D and Rights of People with Disabilities. Everyone knows someone who ha ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

The UW-LLSA Team takes 2nd Place in the HNBA Moot Court Competition

UW-LLSA's Moot Court Team took second place at the 11th Annual Hispanic National Bar Association ("HNBA") Moot Court Competition and "Petitioner's Best Brief" award. The HNBA Moot Court Competition, held in Seattle this month, is a national eve ...

Posted Mar 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Moot Court Award

Congratulations to Chadwick Sullivan (2L) and Benjamin Findley (2L) captured second-place overall honors at the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court competition last weekend in Chicago. To date, this is the best overall finish of a UWLS moot cour ...

Posted Mar 6, 2006 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Movie Viewing: The Corporation

The Corporation A Film by Mark Akbar, Jennifer Abbott, & Joel Bakan Based on the book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power by Joel Bakan. Free Showing, Wednesday, March 1, 2006 @ 5 PM UW Law School Room 2260 Discuss ...

Posted Feb 24, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Moot Court Award

The Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition has recognized Andrew Twietmeyer as an outstanding advocate. Jessup is a prestigious event that draws top talent from law schools around the world. Mr. Tweitmeyer, a 2L, represente ...

Posted Feb 24, 2006 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

So You Want to be a Lefty Lawyer?

NLG is again hosting Professor Bill Whitford's annual talk about how one can be a "lefty" lawyer in the context of many different career options in law. He will discuss the pros and cons of different career options from the perspective of so ...

Posted Feb 24, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Net Impact

Welcome back to Net Impact, the premier group for graduate students interested in sustainable business, corporate responsibility and in using their business skills for social good. We've got a lot planned for this semester, including our firs ...

Posted Feb 22, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Community Justice Week: 2006 Calendar of Events

Community Justice Week is an annual event which strives to create interest in public service throughout the student body, to facilitate discussion about important community justice issues, and to educate students in ways to contribute to the com ...

Posted Feb 20, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Community Justice Week

As you may know, the week of February 20-24 is Community Justice Week here at the Law School. Before feeding our minds and spirits with good deeds, we first need to feed our bodies. In the spirit of multiple nourishment, you are invited to hel ...

Posted Feb 17, 2006 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Wisconsin Women's Law Journal Seeks Web Designer

Do you have a knack for creating awesome websites? The Wisconsin Women's Law Journal is looking for someone to help update our website. Anyone who generously donates their time will be put on the Journal's masthead as our "Web Designer". Thi ...

Posted Feb 13, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Unemployment Appeals Clinic Seeks Student Advocates for Spring Semester

The unemployment Appeals clinci is seeking 1L, 2L and 3L volunteers for the spring semester. We will be holding a training session for new volunteers on Monday, February 20th from 6:00-9:00 pm. The unemployment clinic helps real clients file a ...

Posted Feb 13, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Legal Information Center Meeting

The Legal Information Center will be hosting an informational meeting on Monday, January 30th at 5:00 pm in room 5240. At this meeting you can sign up to volunteer one hour a week at the Legal Information Center. This is a great way to get som ...

Posted Jan 27, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

The Israeli Supreme Court: Architect of a Constitutional Revolution

Thursday, February 9th, 6:00 pm Lubar Commons, Rm. 7200, Law School Light dinner will be served Join Attorney Gil Soffer, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Chicago and former student of Chief Justice Aharon Barak at Harvard Law School ...

Posted Jan 27, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin


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