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Category Archives: CLP News
The ISBA is once again sponsoring a food drive to assist the Johnson County Crisis Center’s efforts in making sure every family enjoys the holiday season by offering food and other necessities to those in need. Efforts will kick-off this Monday, … Continue reading
Law students interested in the ethics and practice of immigration law are invited to register for the immigration law continuing legal education program on 11/16. Registration is free for law students, and the College of Law is even arranging a van … Continue reading
¡VAMOS A CHARLAR Y COMER! Spanish Lunch Table meets on Thursday 11/8 from 12:45 to 1:45 in BLB 245. Come join the discussion, bring your lunch, and practice your Spanish skills. New discussion topic: effective ways to interview clients. All … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kyle Wilcox and Kevin C. Papp, two Iowa Law alumni, for making it into Corridor Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40”!
“Forty Under 40” celebrates forty of the area’s emerging professionals who are less than forty years of age and have selflessly contributed to their community’s well-being. In addition to his work at Simmons Perrine Moyer, a Cedar Rapids law firm, … Continue reading
Keep the music going, the food hot, and the neighborhood informed about early voting! Sign-up is for 2 hour time slots starting at 12:30 pm. To sign up, email Sue Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 319-530-3874. Contact CLP … Continue reading
Use the power of running to prepare 3rd-6th grade girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living (course map)! Here are 3 ways to get involved: 1. Volunteer to be a running buddy (female only) 2. Volunteer to help … Continue reading
Thursday, October 25 12:45 to 1:45 Room 265 Spanish Lunch Table proudly presents a presentation by Professor John Allen, from the College of Law Legal Clinic. He will speak to us about tips for bilingual practice – how to communicate … Continue reading