Thursday April 17, 2014

Federal Clerkship Breakfast

7:30 - 8:45 am - Room 675
Federal Clerkship Breakfast by invitation. Contact : Sarah Rodmaker

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AEP Workshops

11 am - 12:15 pm - 100 & 170

Academic Enrichment Program

The Law School Study Skills Series, offered by the Academic Enrichment Program, is designed to assist students, especially first year law students, in developing the study skills necessary for law school success. In the spring, the series involves interactive workshops (led by AEP Student Skills Tutors) designed to demonstrate study skills in the context of a yearlong substantive class.  In addition to the workshops, each AEP Study Skills Tutor is available for one hour each week to answer student questions regarding study skills topics.

Below is the schedule of workshops offered in Spring 2014. 

Study Skills Workshops

Re-evaluating Study Skills: Using Study Time Effectively

Thurs., Jan. 30

Outline Structure and Strategies 

Thurs., Feb. 13

The “A” in IRAC: Focus on Application/Analysis (Part I) 

Thurs., April 3

The “A” in IRAC: Focus on Application/Analysis (Part 2)

Thurs., April 10

Putting it all Together: Reading the Exam Question and Developing an Organized Answer 

Thurs. April 17


Stormwater Pollution and the Clean Water Act

Noon - 1 pm - Room 170

Stormwater Pollution and the Clean Water Act

Join the Environmental Law Society for Mexican food and a panel discussion on the topic of Stormwater Pollution and the Clean Water Act.  The panelists represent many diverse perspectives on environmental compliance in the legal context, including Government Agencies, Public Interest Advocacy Groups, and Private Sector Business & Industry.

This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about Environmental Law and Stormwater, ask questions, and to network with representatives of the Atlanta area environmental legal community.

Mexican food from La Parilla will be provided 

Panelists:

1.     Michele Wetherington

Environmental Protection Agency

2.     Kavita Batra

Environmental Protection Agency

3.     Frank Carubba

Georgia Environmental Protection Division

4.     Cory Rayburn

City of Atlanta Dept. of Watershed Management

5.     Jason Ulseth

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

6.     Cory Taylor

Alpha EMC Environmental Consultants

Contact : Karissa Orris

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P&T Meeting

2:40 - 4:10 pm - Faculty Conference Room

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AEP Workshops

5 - 6 pm - 170

Academic Enrichment Program

The Law School Study Skills Series, offered by the Academic Enrichment Program, is designed to assist students, especially first year law students, in developing the study skills necessary for law school success. In the spring, the series involves interactive workshops (led by AEP Student Skills Tutors) designed to demonstrate study skills in the context of a yearlong substantive class.  In addition to the workshops, each AEP Study Skills Tutor is available for one hour each week to answer student questions regarding study skills topics.

Below is the schedule of workshops offered in Spring 2014. 

Study Skills Workshops

Re-evaluating Study Skills: Using Study Time Effectively

Thurs., Jan. 30

Outline Structure and Strategies 

Thurs., Feb. 13

The “A” in IRAC: Focus on Application/Analysis (Part I) 

Thurs., April 3

The “A” in IRAC: Focus on Application/Analysis (Part 2)

Thurs., April 10

Putting it all Together: Reading the Exam Question and Developing an Organized Answer 

Thurs. April 17


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