Thursday September 12, 2013

Our Dysfunctional Congress: Is the 17th Amendment the Problem?

11:50 am - 1 pm - Room 100

Our Dysfunctional Congress: Is the 17th Amendment the Problem?

Free Food (not pizza!)

Professor John S. Baker is a visiting professor of law at Georgetown Law School. He is the Dale E. Bennett Professor of Law at Louisiana State University Law Center. He has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. He recently taught a short course on the separation of powers with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

*The 17th Amendment provided for the election of U.S. Senators via popular vote, instead of via state legislatures as originally provided for in the U.S. Constitution.

Contact : Brett Adams, Federalist Society Secretary

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You're Hired- Now What?

Noon - 1 pm - Room 170
The Labor and Employment Law Society is hosting a lunch event to let students know what to do once they have been hired for an internship, as an associate or in any other position. We will have HR representatives discuss the general procedures to follow after you have been hired, and what to look for in documents such as your employment contract or employee handbook. Contact : Anna Molberg

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