Wednesday March 13, 2013
Urban Fellows Lunch: Dr. Chris Nelson, Reshaping Metropolitan AmericaNoon - 1 pm - Room 230
Please join the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth for a lecture by Dr. Chris Nelson, "Reshaping Metropolitan America." Dr. Nelson is the Presidential Professor of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah and Director of the Metropolitan Research Center. Dr. Nelson will discuss key factors that are shaping the built environment, and how these trends can be used to create more compact, walkable and enjoyable communities.Contact : Karen Johnston, Assistant Director - Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth
E-mail: kjohnston3@@E R A S Egsu.eduMore Information
Securities Arbitration in PracticeNoon - 1 pm - Room 201
Are you interested in the Investor Advocacy Clinic but want more information about what exactly happens in the kinds of cases we will handle?
Are you interested in a career in securities arbitration and want to know more about the day to day roles of lawyers in this practice area?
Jason Doss, an experienced securities arbitration attorney and President Elect of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Assocation (PIABA) will discuss securities arbitration and answer student questions.
Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Investor Advocacy Clinic.Contact : Professor Iannarone
E-mail: niannarone@@E R A S Egsu.edu
Oglethorpe BBQ LunchNoon - 1 pm - Room 170
Come have some BBQ and learn more about the Oglethorpe Legal Society. Contact : Patrick Smith
The Slippery Slope Argument by Professor Eugene VolokhNoon - 1 pm - Room 230
The Federalist Society and Association of Women Law Students Present
Mechanisms of the Slippery Slope, Professor Eugene Volokh (UCLA Law, VolokhConspiracy.com)
Slippery slope arguments -- we've all made some, and we've all pooh-poohed others. Liberals, conservatives, and libertarians all make them, though in different fields, whether abortion, religious exemptions, same-sex marriage, free speech, privacy, euthanasia, gun control, or many others. Do these arguments make sense, and, if so, when? How can we evaluate them better, and make them more effectively? Professor Volokh, author of "The Mechanisms of the Slippery Slope," 116 Harv. L. Rev. 1026 (2003), http://www.law.ucla.edu/volokh/slipperyshorter.pdf (or, for a still shorter version, see http://www.law.ucla.edu/volokh/slipperyfar.pdf), will discuss these questions, and more.Contact : Radha Gordon
Library Abridged: Library GRA Hiring Information4:30 - 5:30 pm - Room 1st Fl Lobby Table 2
Reference/Student Services Librarians will be providing students with free coffee and information/training on a library resource or service. Contact : Austin Williams
E-mail: austin@@E R A S Egsu.edu
Westlaw Cost Effective Dinner Training5 - 5:30 pm - Room 675
Are you working this summer or graduating? Attend Westlaw/WestlawNext Cost Effective training to learn cost effective research tips to use in the Real World. Learn how pricing works in law firms and be prepared for your summer or fall legal job. Each student will earn 500 WestlawRewards Points for attending training. This training will be repeated on Thursday, March 14th in the evening. We will provide pizza for this session so please RSVP to email@example.com or sign up on Westlaw. Contact : Sue Moore