Jump into a career in public interest law. But start by meeting Kate Lawrence. She'll be in UP this Friday, August 31 in Beam 230 to answer your questions about public interest law opportunities for law students.
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Mark you calendar for a lunch and lecture next Friday, Sept. 7 at 12 noon in 327 Beam. Hon. William McKeown, formerly chair of the Canadian Competition Tribunal and a judge on the Federal Court of Canada, will discuss key differences between civil and administrative litigation in Canada and the US. RSVP to Ms. Essy firstname.lastname@example.org by next Thursday at noon if you'd like to reserve a free lunch. Otherwise, no RSVP is required.
Friday, August 24, 2007
The PSU Dickinson Faculty is proud to welcome Professor Katrice Bridges. Prof. Bridges is top 'o the class graduate of University of Michigan law school. She clerked for judges on the Sixth Circuit and the Northern District of Illinois. She chose the academic life over high level practice at Sidley Austin LLP in Washington D.C. where she specialized in constitutional litigation and corporate and white collar criminal defense.
When you say hello to Prof. Bridges, be sure to ask her: "White Sox or Cubs?"
So, here you are in University Park. What do law students do for fun? That depends, of course, on who you ask. Dean McC might suggest a visit to the new building webcam. I recommend a stress busting workout followed by a ginormous ice cream cone at the beautiful Berkey Creamery just a couple of blocks away. If you need your tunes and you like them for free, check out Ruckus, PSU's free downlad source for students.
So what do you do for fun?
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Red Lion Reports is a multipurpose blog featuring information and commentary of interest to me. Your host is Prof. Marie T. Reilly. I hope you will visit often and add your comments.