JMBA Halloween party Wednesday
 Center for Career Services
 Summer associate program leads...
 Inside the Law School
 Remembering the 'golden rule'
 College of Law calendar


Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00072281/00043
 Material Information
Title: Fla law newsletter of the University of Florida College of Law
Portion of title: Flalaw
Physical Description: Serial
Creator: Levin College of Law
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: <Gainesville FL> College of Law Communications Office 1997-
Creation Date: October 29, 2001
Frequency: weekly
completely irregular
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.1, no. 1 (Oct. 6, 1997)-
General Note: Weekly during the school year with a biweekly insert, numbered separately called: The Docket.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002311766
notis - ALR5129
System ID: UF00072281:00043

Table of Contents
    JMBA Halloween party Wednesday
        Page 1
    Center for Career Services
        Page 2
    Summer associate program leads to jobs
        Page 3
    Inside the Law School
        Page 4
    Remembering the 'golden rule'
        Page 5
    College of Law calendar
        Page 6
Full Text

Fredric G. Levin College of Law

Fredric G. Levin College of Law Newsletter Vol. 5 No. 11 October 29, 2001

Inside: JMBA Halloween Party Wednesday
* Dean Jon Mills' State JMBA is hosting a Halloween Party Wednesday Roger S. Ballentine
Sean Jon Mlls S e (Oct. 31), beginning at 9 p.m. at Orbit (238 W.
of the College (Inser) University Ave.). Come in costume, and prizes will on
* Available Externships (2) be awarded in a variety of categories. Free refresh- Global Warming,
* Faculty ments (as long as prepaid tab lasts). Cover at door: Kyoto and NGOS
Accomplishm s $5 for JMBA members (Bring your Gator-One card T y 3, 3-
Accomplishments (4) Tuesday (Oct. 30), 3-6 p.m.
with JMBA membership sticker, available in JMBA
Office or at event), $7 non-JMBA members. For Faculty Meeting Room
information: JMBA Social Chair Ann Students, faculty and staff are invited to a guest
Schweikhardt (gatorann@ufl.edu). lecture by Roger S. Ballentine, President of
Green Strategies Inc., a private consulting firm in
'Kiss the Pig' Contest Begins Washington, D.C. that advises businesses and non-
JMBA & BLSA's annual "Kiss the Pig" canned profit entities on energy and environmental public
food drive contest runs today (Oct. 29) through Nov. policy issues and business strategies.
20. Bring in canned food to the JMBA Office to Ballentine was Chairman of the White House
benefit the needy this holiday season. Each can Climate Change Task Force and Deputy Assistant
counts as a vote toward getting a professor/adminis- for Environmental Initiatives under President
trator to kiss a pig, and we are competing against all Clinton. He directed the administration's efforts on
other Florida law schools to see who can collect the climate change, represented the president in inter-
most pounds of canned food. You can vote for: national meetings and negogiations, participated at
1) Professor Joseph Little (reigning champion) the highest levels in the development and imple-
2) Professor D.T. Smith mentation of energy and environmental policy, and
3) Professor Don Peters advised on federal lands policy.
4) Professor Teresa Rambo He also has served as Special Assistant to the
5) Assistant Dean Patrick Shannon President for Legislative Affairs, partner in the
Washington law firm of Patton Boggs L.L.P., and
"Face to Face with Diversity: Apply Today for Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown
Governor's Counsel University Law Center. He is a University of
A Perspective on the Recent Externships Connecticut and Harvard Law School graduate.
United Nat s Apply by 5 p.m. today
nite tions(Oct. 29) for externships in JMBA Phonebooks, Tees Arrive
Race Relations Conference" the General Counsel to the JMBA members can pick up free Student
Governor's Office. Phonebooks and E-Mail Directories in the JMBA
Applications available in Office (quantities limited). Long-sleeved JMBA
Tuesday (Oct. 30), 3 p.m. Center for Governmental Homecoming T-Shirts also are available.
Responsibility or Center for
Bailey Courtroom Career Services, Bruton-Geer Sign Up for JMBA Elections
Al are wecome o aend. Sponsored by Hall. For information: Tim JMBA will elect spring semester J.D. and LL.M.
All are welcome to attend. Sponsored by L (CGR, 392223,
Diversity Task Force, affiliated with the Black McLendon (CGR, 392.2237, representatives and a Treasurer-Elect Wednesday,
Law Students Association. mclendon@law.ufl.edu). (Announcements continue page 2)




Law Careers________
---- ---Spring Externships
Interested in learning Spring Externships
It ree i r Available externships for Spring 2002:
about career options in
international law? The General Counsel to Governor (Deadline Oct. 29)
International Programs Eighth Judicial Circuit Family Law Judges
International Programs (Gainesville)
Department and (Gainesville)
International Law Society Office of the State Attorney (Gainesville),
invite you to attend a Special Prosecution Division (Domestic
symposium on "Careers Violence)
in International Law," Three Rivers Legal Services (Gainesville),
Saturday (Nov. 3), 10:30 Domestic Violence
a.m.-noon, Bailey Southern Legal Counsel
Courtroom. Leading attor- Santa Fe Community College
neys in the international Judge Maurice Paul U.S. District Court,
field will discuss career Northern District of Florida (Gainesville) 'U ni que Opportun ity'
opportunities at private Judge Stephan Mickle U.S. District Court,
firms and in-house, Northern District (Gainesville) "My externship at the Gainesville State
government, educational Legal Drafting with Office of the County Attorney's Office allowed me to use my
and international Attorney, Alachua County (must have taken research and writing skills as I worked
organizations. Legal Drafting) alongside an experienced attorney and
A Q/A session will a Fifth Judicial Circuit (Marion County)
follow presentations. capi an n switnessed thejob's everyday demands. I
Refreshments served. You may apply if you will have successfully
completed one academic year when externship e e our ern
begins. Maximum five credits available. Current casesfor trials, conducted interviews
information available on Career Hotline with victims/witnesses/police officers,
(www. law.uf. edu/career/). For information and and interacted with judges, defense attor-
packet: Laura Traynham, Career Services.
neys and court administrative staff The
IP Presentation Thursday opportunity is unique. It allows students
The Intellectual Property and Technology Law to gain experience in the legal workplace
Association (IPTLA) and Center for Career while earning credits. It was exciting,
Services are cosponsoring an informal presentation and I highy recommend this program
on "Practicing Intellectual Property Without aTe eerience u en a
The experience would be beneficial for
Technical Degree." Adjunct Professor and practic-
ing IP attorney Christine McLeod will speak any law student."
Thursday (Nov. 1), in the Bailey Courtroom at Mauri K. Hawkins (3L)
search 12:40 p.m. Bring your lunch. Everyone welcome.
Researchct. 30). Sign-up sets are psted at the J A J A Champage and Jazz
skls a s(t Announcements, frompage 1) PIEC M eetin g Tuesday
Nov. 7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Concourse. Take a few There will be a Public Interest Environmental
Legal Skills Professor minutes to have a voice in your law school student Conference Committee Meeting Tuesday (Oct. 30),
Leanne Pflaum is look- government. Students (J.D. or LL.M.) wishing to 5:15 p.m., CGR Conference Room.
ing for a research assis- run must sign up no later than 6 p.m. Tuesday
tant. Excellent research (Oct. 30). Sign-up sheets are posted at the JMBA JMBA Champagne and Jazz
skills a must. Interested Office. Any candidate who did not attend the Oct. JMBA's annual Champagne and Jazz event will
students should submit a 23 JMBA meeting must attend the Oct. 30 meeting, be held Nov. 8, Steve's Cafe Americain (West
resume to: Pflaum, 250G 6 p.m., Auditorium. For information: Chris Hand University Ave.), 8 p.m.-midnight. Refreshments
Bruton-Geer Hall. (cjhand@ufl.edu, 380.9043). and heavy hors d'oeuvres served. Tickets are $15,
on sale in the JMBA Office. Only 200 tickets avail-




Summer Associate Program
Leads to Jobs

The Centerfor Career Services asked leading proudly u
legal firms to offer insight into their hiring e
processes. This is one in a series. Garle d "Statutes

Gray Harris & Robinson, P.A. hires first-year at Large"
associates predominantly from its Summer To see the original text
Associate Program, which runs mid-May to of a public law in its
August. Successful candidates for employment entirety, use "Statutes at
are second-year students who display a distin- Large," the official publi-
guished level of academic prowess in their stud- cation of public laws. It
ies, and who also have a track record of leader- also contains brief
ship in extracurricular activities and in the com- citations to the law's
munity. The Gray Harris & Robinson recruiting legislative history.
team looks specifically for candidates with a ScottReus Find "Statutes at
positive attitude the type person who exudes Counsel Canady Featured Large" online, or use the
not only a willingness, but an intense desire to More than 100 listened to a presenation by Congressional Information
work as part of a closely-knit team. General Counsel to Governor Jeb Bush Charles Service (CIS) volumes we
have behind the reference
While grades are important, Gray Harris & T. Canady (third from left) sponsored by the desk to locate the micro-
Robinson seeks the well-rounded candidate Federalist Society on "The Living Eleventh fiche number where the
someone who wants not just to secure a high pay- Amendment" Oct. 18. Canady visited with fich e number where the
ing first-year associate position, but who desires Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Pat Shannon bill is located. There is a
to join a unique and special workplace. Gray (second from left), Associae Dean Michael research guide for locating
Harris & Robinson seeks to develop competent Seigel (fourth from left), and Federalist Society edulic lawgudes federal
attorneys, and to develop loyal well-rounded Executive Board members Tony Duran (left), eduliclguiaws.deshtmederal This
citizens willing and able to become pillars within Deborah de la O, Elsa Garcia and Alexis pincludes links This
communities the firm serves. Calleja following the event. inclus inks to websites
containing the full text.
Canady joined Governor Bush's office in Because there often is a
Gray Harris & Robinson, P.A. is a full-service law January after serving eight years as Congressman Because there often issuance
firm, providing legal services for Fortune 500 compa- for the l2th Congressional District, Central eo a blc la an issuance
nies, merging businesses, lending institutions, local Florida. He was on he Agriculture and Judiciary a public law and its
Flori 1e O t aw m s an t t oe bacomaae aiv "Sainute at
governments, major developers, entrepreneurs, individ- committees and chaired the Judiciary Committee Lparge,"it is easier at
uals and others. More than 170 attorneys in six Subcommittee on the Constitution. Prior to serv- Lare t i ito
statewide offices engage in a diverse array of practice ing in Congress, Canady practiced law inlaws
areas, including Eminent Domain, Construction Laeland and served in he Florida House of online, in USCCAN, or in
one of the annotated
Litigation, Intellectual Property Law, Corporate and Representatives (1984-1990). He is a graduate of one of the annotated
Securities Law, Health Care, ERISA, Family Law, Haverford College and Yale Law School. c s
Insurance and Employment Law. Gray Harris & Christopher
Robinson attorneys pride themselves on the firm's abili- Vallandingham,
may join, regardless of sexual orientation. Out-Law Reference Librarian,
Smeet ever-ha g leg al deands of clients by meets twice a month (Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.). Legal Information
drawing from the pool of talent and experience com- Out-Law members want to become active in the Center
manded by the firm's partners and associates. law school and UF communi
law school and UF community. They encourage
other law student organizations to contact them if
able, first-come, first-served. JMBA members may interested in co-planning or sponsoring programs
buy only two each. and events. To learn more: President Jon Gurney
(gurney@ufl.edu) or Vice President Justin Flippen
Out-Law Encourages Participation (flippen@ufl.edu), or stop by the Student
Out-Law, the college's GLBT association, will Organization Suite.
meet Tuesday (Oct. 30), 5:30 p.m., 312H Holland (Announcements continue page 6)
Hall. All are welcome and anyone at the law school



Cards on Sale Intellectual Property Law
Phi Alpha Delta Association.
(PAD) Legal Fraternity Professor Walter Weyrauch's book,
International will sell Gypsy Law: Romani Legal Traditions
business cards on the and Culture, was published by
concourse Thursdays, California (Berkeley) Press. (Copy in hurmon
noon-2 p.m. A variety of Faculty Lounge. Also see release at
styles and logos are www. aw.uf edu.)

orders will receive a free school-related items with students at a Pizza (Copy in Faculty Lounge.)
availcard holder. For informa- Party'Oct. 22. Topics included the need for theProfessor Christopher Sobogn's
tion: Rhorized use of the e law classes andwy/dtoassstant PrfeS r William Page's article,

Cambre (decambre@ rooms, balancing work and family life, child Comparison of American and
edu). care, family tracks at largs s ues Discussed "Devising a Microsoft ReApproahes that
tion based on sexual orientation. Police Investigati C onsumers," was published in

Next opportunity for open discussion with in the Michigan Journal of
The first 50 card "Sexism and Gender Issues" and other law the George Mason Law Review.

ordern Mils will receive a free school-related items with students ata 'PizzanternatonalLaw. (Copy in Faculty Lounge.)

Thursday, Nov. 8, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Meeting Lounge.) u
card holder. For informa- Party' om. Al22. Topics included the need for Professor Christophe Mazur Slobogin'sred a
tion: Rhonda Chung-de more healthcare law classes and women's bath- aticle, "An Empirically Based Slobogin
Cambre (decambre@ rooms, balancing work and family life, child Comparison of American and
ufl.edu). care, family tracks at large firms and discrimina- European Regulatory Approaches to Page
tion based on sexual orientation. Police Investigation" was published
Next opportunity for open discussion with in the Michigan Journal of
Dean Mills will be at a Brown Bag luncheon International Law. (Copy in Faculty
Thursday, Nov. 8, 12:40 p.m., Faculty Meeting Lounge.)
Room. All are encouraged to attend. Professor Diane Mazur chaired a
panel on "Law and the Armed Slobogin
Forces" at the Biennial International
Lidsky Named UF Research Conference of the Inter-University
Foundation Professor Seminar on Armed Forces and
Professor Lyrissa Lidsky is Society in Baltimore last week. She
Videos among 32 UF faculty named also presented, "Rehnquist's Vietnam:
Available Research Foundation Professors Constitutional Separatism and the Mazur
The Media Services for 2001-2004. The honor is Stealth Advance of Martial Law."
Center in the law library bestowed upon faculty "with a Professor Fletcher Baldwin was
has collections of videos distinguished record of research q d the la l
on more than 100 topics. and a strong research agenda Lidsk quoblems inherent in the Orlando S entinel on
Names of the most pop- expected to lead to continuing distinction in their oforreos oin er t th ta tall
of corrections officers who fatally
ular videos are indexed fields." Lidsky's areas of expertise include Internet beat a death row inmate. He aso was Baldwin
on the library Web page Law, Torts, Mass Media Law, Jurisprudence and qoted in The Morin H als
(www.law.ufl. edu/lic/) Professionalism. She recently co-authored, with quoted in The Morning Cal
Videos are available for law student Michael Pike, an article, "Cybergossip (Allentown, PA) on a state
viewing in the Media or Securities Fraud? Some First Amendment government check scam.
Services area, but cannot Guidance in Drawing the Line," published in Associate Dean Michael Seigel was
be checked out. Center Wallstreetlawyer.com. (Article available at quoted in the Orlando Sentinel on the Seigel
hours are www.legalwks.com.) legality of a wiretap surrounding an
7:30 a.m.- 11:45 p.m., Orange County racketeering case.
Monday-Thursday; In The Spotlight Assistant Dean Patrick Shannon was
7:30 a.m.-7:45 p.m., Information as provided by faculty and staff and by regular quOted in the Sun-Sentinel (Ft.
Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., searches ofnews media story reports. Lauderdale) on legislation requiring
Saturday; and 11 a.m.- Assistant Professor Mark Thurmon was named potential plaintiffs to notify business- Shannon
11:45 p.m., Sunday. Chair for two years of the Internet and es 90 days before they bring suit on
Cyberspace Committee of the American violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.




Remembering the 'Golden Rule' Training
By Heather McWilliams, Resource Counselor Both intermediate and
advanced Lexis training
As the middle of the semester passes, dead- will be available:
lines, final exams and impending holidays are on Today (Oct. 29)
everyone's mind. 9:10 a.m.
Unfortunately, this stress combined withAs Tuesday (Oct. 30)
other extenuating factors may cause people to 9:10 a.m.
act in uncharacteristic ways that might be per- 11:30 a.m.
ceived negatively by others. Even minor offenses 12:40 p.m.
can leave a lasting negative impression. Trainer Jill Cisne will
Wise students recognize, for example, that sup- tailor sessions to attending
port staff are much more likely to go out of their students. For information:
way to help a student who is courteous. As a poten- Stress/Anxiety keeters@ufl.edu.
tial lawyer, you want to maintain strong relation-
ships with all those who can assist you now, and in anagemen 'LEXIS-Ween'
the future. Feel like you're jumping through too many
Here at the law school, you are getting textbook hoops these days? A Stress and Anxiety On 'LEXIS-ween,
information required to be a competent lawyer. You Management Workshop will be held Tuesday (Oct. 30), 10:20
also should be learning correct professional behav- Wednesday, Nov. 7, 10:20-11:20 a.m., Bailey a.m.-12:40 p.m., LEXIS
iors needed to make you a successful lawyer. Treat Courtroom. The workshop is part of the reps at a table on the con-
each individual you interact with as a future client, Academic Success Program, and will be led by course will award $50 to
colleague or superior. law school Resource Counselor Heather the person who comes
And faculty and staff, for example, must set McWilliams. For more information, contact decorated in the most
standards for professional behavior. Each of us can Heather at mcwillh@law.ufl.edu or 392.7044. LEXIS and/or related col-
stanard for pr sors (red/white) garb. Show
demonstrate that type behavior to students and oth- ors (red/white garb. Show
your LEXIS cup, wallet,
ers we interact with daily. your LEXIS cup, walle
beach ball, ID, t-shirt,
No one is perfect we all make mistakes, and "In lifeyou can never be too kind or too boxers (waistband only),
we all have bad days. Instead of letting negativeboxers waisand n,
we al have bad days. n d of leting n ve fair; everyoneyou meet is carrying a heavy or anything else LEXIS
situations affect our school/work environment,
remember we are all professional adults who load. When you go through your day has given you over the
should treat everyone with the utmost respect. expressing kindness and courtesy to allyou years, and get a treat -
Think how nice school/work would be if we meet, you leave behind afeeling ofwarmth gift cerificaes
StarBucks &
were all pleasant and appreciative towards all peo- and good cheer, andyou help alleviate the Blockbusers, candy and
ple we interact with daily. Ask yourself how you burdens everyone is struggling with." LEXIS logo items.
would like to be treated by those you come in con-
tact with. Remember: do unto others as you would Brian racy
have done unto you. To keep it in perspective: nne
LEXIS congratulates
Diane Cohen on winning
"Anyfactfacing us is not as important as $100. LEXIS book award
our attitude toward it, for that determines winners for Fall 2001
our success orfailure." include Johnathan
Norman Vincent Peale For information or to make an appointment: Simpson, Irina
Resource Counselor Heather McWilliams, 244 Dmitrieva, Eric Polsky,
Bruton-Geer Hall, phone 392.7044, e-mail Scott Rudacille, Emilian
heatherj@ufl.edu or mcwillh@law.ufl.edu. Office Bucataru, Shelley
"Speak when you are angry andyou will hours: Monday 2-6 p.m., Tuesday 2-6 p.m., Mirpuri, William Cook,
make the best speech you will ever regret." Thursday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Mirpu n,William ook,
Joel Maxon, Kristin
Ambrose Bierce Davis, John Metcalf,
Gregory Boylan, Nong
Owens, Daniel Setlow
and Kevin Jacobs.


Check out free
services, publications For more events: http://www.law.ufl.edu/calendar/
and information on October Out-Law Meeting, 5:30 p.m., 312 H HOL
SC o L 29 CARIBLAW Meeting, 11:30 a.m., JMBA Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium
the College of Law
teb ste: Auditorium PAD Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 190C HOL
Web si: JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL 31 JMBA Halloween Party, 9 p.m., Orbit
www.law.ufl.edu. 30 BLSA-Diversity Task Force,
The site also features 10:30 a.m.- 3 p.m., Concourse. November
1 Adjunct Professor and Practicing IP
past issues of FlaLaw Brown Bag Workshop, 11:30 a.m., Faculty 1 Adjunct Professor and Practicing IP
past issues of FlaLawDining Room. Danaya Wright, "Ninteenth- Attorney Christine McLeod on "Practicing
Dimng Room. Danaya Wright, "Ninteenth- .
(in full color) as well Century English Family Law Reform: Did Intellectual Property Law Without a Technical
as other law school Things Really Change with the Creation of Degree," 12:40-1:40 p.m., Bailey Courtroom
materials. Click on the Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Court?" Faculty Meeting, Faculty Dining Room
"Publications." Roger S. Ballentine, "Global Warming, EASLS Meeting, 4:10 p.m., 190C HOL
Kyoto and NGOS," 3-6 p.m., Faculty JLPP Meeting, 6:30 p.m., 297 HOL
Meeting Room 2 Faculty Enrichment, noon, Faculty Dining
"Face to Face with Diversity: A Faculty Room. Professor Mike Gordon and Director
Perspective on the Race Relations of International Trade Programs Steve
Conference," 3 p.m., Bailey Courtroom Powell, will discuss Dispute Settlement under
Public Interest Environmental Conference the NAFTA and the WTO (World Trade
Meeting, 5:15 p.m., CGR Conference Room Organization).
FlaLaw is published to LCC Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 190A HOL 3 "Careers in international Law,"
help inform and coor- Toastmasters, 5:20 p.m., 190C HOL 10:30 a.m.-noon Bailey Courtroom
dinate activities of the 5 JLPP Meeting, 5:20 p.m., 297 HOL
law school community.
(Announcements, from page 3) dinners to enable interested students to meet with a
Stan Huguenin, Director tin practicing attorney orjudge in an informal setting
of Communications. Auton and learn more about legal careers in the attorney's
Editor: Debra Amirin Start saving your lunch money. The 20th annual fd. seester's dner will be held Nov. 6,
field. This semester's dinner will be held Nov. 6, 7-9
Associate Director of Law Association for Women's auction of goods and, t te er he .
p.m., at Steak & Ale (Archer Road). The featured
Communications. services will be held Thursday, Nov. 8, 12:40 p.m. guest will be Bradford County Judge Johnny
guest will be Bradford County Judge Johnny
Christine Williams, This is an excellent opportunity to do holiday Ho 1 g o
Pmogram Astnnt. inA Hobbs, 8th Circuit, a 1982 graduate of the UF
Program Assistant. shopping, have fun and raise money for the P.A.C.E. e o y
Jake Hannaway, Center for Gir A BarBri course, dinner with College of Law who practiced in Starke for 10 years
ae nannaway, Center for Girls. A BarBri course, dinner with
Editorial Assistant. Professor Jeffrey Davis, lunch at Wilbert', and gift prior to being elected judge. Contact Jimmy Parado
l Professor Jeffrey Davis, lunch at Wilbert s, and gift
(flparado@,aol.com) to attend. Visit hometown.aol.
Deadline: 10 a.m. certificates from local businesses are examples of the
eame a.m. com/ufapalsa for other upcoming events.
Tuesday for the next bounty to be had at reasonable prices. Last year,
week's newsletter. LAW raised $2,800, and it hopes to match or exceed New ICAM Members
E-mail news to that amount this year. For information or o make a International Commercial Arbitration Moot
fla!aw@law, ufl.edu, donation, contact Lisa Davis (Davisl112@aol.com), T m rs fr 2 r
bnalaw(, law.ud .edu, Dw. (ICAM) Team members for 2001-2002 are Jessica
or Dawn Henrichon (dhenrich(),unf.edu).
or bring a disk o D Parker, Mark A. Addington, David L. Hirschberg,
(PC format, text in Honor Committee Elections Sonia M. Munoz, Robert Franco and Carl
WordPerfect or Word, Committee Reynolds. The Faculty Advisor is Professor Thomas
The Honor Committee will hold elections for new
including author's Hurst, and Student Coach is Stacy Borisov.
including author's first and third semester representatives Nov. 7. To be rs we en toh a writing
name and contact considered, it a statement (less than 100 Members were chosen through a writing
considered, submit a statement (less than 100
information), to competition and oral advocacy.
informatnion), to words), by noon Friday (Nov. 2), to the Honor
Communications, 288 Committee Office. The statement should discuss Graduation Announcements
Holland Hall. (Submit why you would like to represent your class.
news for the student Students graduating in December
newsletter, The Docket, 'Attorney Dinner' should stop by the JMBA Office for
t hn Marshall Bar 1 information regarding graduation
to John Marshall Bar APALSA invites everyone to participate in this information regarding graduation
Association.) semester's 'Attorney Dinner.' APALSA sponsors the announcements.