An information session on the course registration process, required and recommended classes, graduation requirements, co-curricular credits, etc. The lineup of speakers includes:
Associate Dean Lloyd Mayer
Assistant Dean Kevin O’Rear
Professor Julian Velasco (Business Law)
Professor Stephen Smith (Criminal Law)
Professor Doug Cassel (Global Law)
Professor Carter Snead (Law, Ethics, and Public Policy)
Professor A.J. Bellia (Public Law)
Professor Christine Venter (moot court, appellate and international)
Professor Joel Williams (moot court, trial)
Professor Jim Seckinger (Trial Advocacy, Deposition Skills)
Associate Dean Bob Jones (experiential programs)
Registrar Anne Hamilton
We will be talking about the events that are planned for the rest of the semester and future elections for next year’s executive board.
The final round of the 2013 1L Moot Court Competition
In the case of Walker v. United States, the advocates will be as follows:
Katie Jo Baumgardner
The Honorable Michael G. Gotsch, Judge for the Circuit Court of St. Joseph County
The Honorable Jay Tidmarsh
The Honorable Stephen F. Smith
The Honorable Grace A. Fox
The Honorable Mary A. Laird
Organized by CCHR J.S.D. candidates, this innovative conference brought together prominent scholars from law and the social sciences from across Latin America. The conference was designed to foster a creative dialogue around the pressing issues of Latin American constitutional structure by giving voice to those with diverging philosophical views
More information on the conference can be found here.
The Federalist Society will meet to elect next year’s officers.
The Law School Program on Church, State, and Society will co-sponsor the lecture.