Wednesday January 16, 2013

SAIICA Study Abroad Info Session

Noon - 12:45 pm - Room 230

The 19th annual Summer Academy in International Commercial Arbitration will take place in Central Europe this coming May and June.

Students earn six credit hours on the successful completion of the program, which consists of two seminars on international and comparative aspects of the law of international commercial arbitration and the arbitral rules of major arbitration courts in the United States, Austria, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

The 2013 Summer Academy will be based in Linz, Austria, and will include visits to:

Vienna;

Budapest, Hungary;

Prague, Czech Republic:

Passau, Germany:

Krumau, Czech Republic;

Salzburg, Austria; and

Venice, Italy. 

The academy begins Tuesday, May 21, and will conclude Sunday, June 23. The application deadline is February 4th..

Program costs (EXCLUDING tuition) are less than $100 a day. In addition to regular in-state tuition and fees, Summer Academy students are responsible for a program fee of $3,300, which covers the cost of accommodations, transportation, excursions and many meals.

Under a special arrangement with the Georgia Board of Regents, non-Georgia residents will be permitted to enroll in the Summer Academy at in-state tuition rates. An administrative fee of $250 will apply.

Interested students are invited to meet with professor E.R. Lanier and program alumni at orientation meetings at noon and 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16. Pizza will be provided.

Questions? Contact Professor Lanier at erlanier@aol.com.

Learn more at law.gsu.edu/summeracademy.

Contact : Ryan Coskrey (coskrey@gmail.com) or Professor Lanier (ERLanier@aol.com)

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Summer Patent Program Information Session

Noon - 1 pm - 201

http://law.gsu.edu/resources/students/PTO_2013.pdf

Contact : Kendall Kerew

Info Session: Summer Study Abroad in Rio de Janeiro

Noon - 1 pm - Room 652

Join us for an information session about the Summer Study Abroad Program in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this summer.  In this session, you will learn about the program as well as scholarship opportunities and financial aid.

Please note - this information session is different than the session scheduled next week with Prof. Colin Crawford from Tulane University.  In next week's session, you will be able to meet the program director and ask more specific program questions.

If you have any questions, please contact Karen Johnston at kjohnston3@gsu.edu.

Contact : Karen Johnston, Assistant Director - Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth

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Dear _______: A Cover Letter Workshop

Noon - 1 pm - Room 170

Aimee Maxwell, Executive Director of the Georgia Innocence Project, will give a presentation on good cover letter writing. Learn what to do, and what not to do - all in time for your applications to the Public Sector Career Fair. 

An Atlanta native, Aimee R. Maxwell graduated from Georgia State University College of Law in 1987.  After a brief stint in private practice, Maxwell joined the Georgia Indigent Defense Council. During her 12-year tenure there, Maxwell spearheaded several statewide legal initiatives including theBattered Partner Defense Project and 1000 Lawyers for Justice. She also developed the statewide defense lawyer training program. In 2002 Maxwell was named the inaugural Executive Director of the Georgia Innocence Project (GIP). To date, GIP has received more than 2700 requests for assistance.  GIP has exonerated two men, Clarence Harrison in 2004 and Pete Williams in 2007 and served as local counsel to the Innocence Project in Robert Clark's exoneration in 2005. 

Contact : Amy Jurden

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Law Review Board Elections Informational Meeting

Noon - 1 pm - Room 100
Contact : Karyn Heavenrich

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Faculty Series Lunch

Noon - 1:30 pm -

Location:  Faculty Conferece Room, 4th Floor, Urban Life Building

Invitees:  Law Professors

RSVP Required by:  January 9 to Vickie Dye at vdye@gsu.edu

Guest Speaker:  Professor Russell L. Weaver, Professor of Law & Distinguished University Scholar of the University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

Topic:  From Gutenberg to the Internet:  Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy

Contact : Vickie Dye, Special Events Coordinator, 404-413-9024

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SAIICA Study Abroad Info Session

5 - 5:30 pm - Room 230

The 19th annual Summer Academy in International Commercial Arbitration will take place in Central Europe this coming May and June.

Students earn six credit hours on the successful completion of the program, which consists of two seminars on international and comparative aspects of the law of international commercial arbitration and the arbitral rules of major arbitration courts in the United States, Austria, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

The 2013 Summer Academy will be based in Linz, Austria, and will include visits to:

Vienna;

Budapest, Hungary;

Prague, Czech Republic:

Passau, Germany:

Krumau, Czech Republic;

Salzburg, Austria; and

Venice, Italy. 

The academy begins Tuesday, May 21, and will conclude Sunday, June 23. The application deadline is February 4th..

Program costs (EXCLUDING tuition) are less than $100 a day. In addition to regular in-state tuition and fees, Summer Academy students are responsible for a program fee of $3,300, which covers the cost of accommodations, transportation, excursions and many meals.

Under a special arrangement with the Georgia Board of Regents, non-Georgia residents will be permitted to enroll in the Summer Academy at in-state tuition rates. An administrative fee of $250 will apply.

Interested students are invited to meet with professor E.R. Lanier and program alumni at orientation meetings at noon and 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16. Pizza will be provided.

Questions? Contact Professor Lanier at erlanier@aol.com.

Learn more at law.gsu.edu/summeracademy.

Contact : Ryan Coskrey (coskrey@gmail.com) or Professor Lanier (ERLanier@aol.com)

E-mail:

More Information

Law Review Board Elections Informational Meeting

5 - 6 pm - Room 201
Contact : Karyn Heavenrich

E-mail:


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