Upcoming Information Sessions
Mark your calendars for three upcoming information sessions this week and next designed to assist you as you plan for registration for Spring 2014 and beyond.
- On Wednesday, October 23, guest speakers Dr. Pat Condon and Emily Maiden from the University Office of National and International Scholarships, and 3L law student Josh Hartsell, will discuss opportunities that exist for Boren, FLAS, and Critical Language Scholarships and Fellowships. This will be a 45-minute program beginning at noon in Room 275. Lunch will be provided. See flyer for more information. This program is co-sponsored by the International Law Society.
- On Thursday, October 24, Professor Shelley Santry, Director of the Robert and Sue Ellen Ackerson Law Clinic, will discuss the opportunities that exist for students to work with clients who are victims of domestic violence in Jefferson Family Court or clients who have forcible detainer (eviction) cases before Jefferson District Court. New for spring 2014 - Clinic I will be offered as three or four credit hours. Professor Santry will also provide information regarding her Domestic Violence seminar that will be offered during Spring Break week. The program will begin at 12:05 in Room 275. Lunch will be provided.
- On Tuesday, October 29, Professor Karen Jordan will provide a not-to-be-missed program on externship opportunities available to second- and third-year law students. In spring 2014, law students will have an opportunity to participate in over 15 externships, including new externships with Beam Inc., Passport Health, General Electric, and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, just to name a few. You'll learn everything you need to know about how to apply for an externship and how to register for Spring 2014. The program will begin at 12:05 in Room 175. Lunch will be provided.
As a reminder, registration for law students will begin the week of November 11. All dates are posted on the Law School calendar. Information regarding registration forms and deadlines will be posted soon in the Daily Docket. First-year law students will receive an email the week of November 11 with instructions on how to register for spring classes. First-year students will register on November 14.