Tuesday September 17, 2013

2L/3L Job Research Tips - Lexis

Noon - 12:45 pm - Room 230
Join Lexis for a training session and learn how to research potential employers on Lexis Advance.  Lunch will be served and everyone that attends will earn 400 points.  Please RSVP by e-mailing Tracy Templeton at tracy.templeton@lexisnexis.com or by signing up on the "training at my school" calendar at www.lexisnexis.com/lawschool. Contact : Tracy Templeton

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Faculty Brown Bag: Working Effectively with the Media

Noon - 1 pm - Faculty Conference Room

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Reproductive Justice 101

Noon - 1 pm - Room 100
Law Students for Reproductive Justice will be hosting an introductory event for students to learn more about what reproductive justice means. Food provided. Contact : Lindsey Allison

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Study Skills Lecture: Outline

Noon - 1 pm - Room 170

The Academic Enrichment Program provides a Law School Study Skills Series to assist first year law students in developing the study skills necessary for law school success. Professor Kerew will present a lecture addressing each skill. The skills lectures will be followed by interactive workshops, led by AEP Student Skills Tutors, designed to demonstrate those skills in the context of a yearlong substantive class. An AEP TWEN Page will be used to centralize all information and communications.

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2L/3L Job Research Tips - Lexis

5 - 5:35 pm - Room 100
Join Lexis for a training session and learn how to research potential employers on Lexis Advance.  Lunch will be served and everyone that attends will earn 400 points.  Please RSVP by e-mailing Tracy Templeton at tracy.templeton@lexisnexis.com or by signing up under the "training at my school" section at www.lexisnexis.com/lawwschool. Contact : Tracy Templeton

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Study Skills Lecture: Outline

5 - 6 pm - Room 201

The Academic Enrichment Program provides a Law School Study Skills Series to assist first year law students in developing the study skills necessary for law school success. Professor Kerew will present a lecture addressing each skill. The skills lectures will be followed by interactive workshops, led by AEP Student Skills Tutors, designed to demonstrate those skills in the context of a yearlong substantive class. An AEP TWEN Page will be used to centralize all information and communications.

Contact : Saundra Blalock

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