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Monthly Archives: October 2010
It’s Mock Trial Time! The upcoming regional competition in Cedar Rapids is still in need of volunteers to serve as judges. Can you help? The competition is scheduled for Cedar Rapids at the Kirkwood College Continuing Education Center on Saturday, … Continue reading
The Press-Citizen covered last night’s forum on judicial retention organized by students in the Citizen Lawyer Program. Read it here.
Monday, October 25th, 5:15pm-6:15pm in the Faculty Lounge. Pizza will be served. (Co-sponsored by: Lawyers and Leaders, Career Services, ICHR, and ILS) Panel discussion, moderated by Professor Barbara Schwartz. Panel will feature: Lucas Guttentag, Director of the Immigrant Rights Project … Continue reading
Types of Mediation and Others Things Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know about Alternatives to Litigation. October 21, 12:40. Room 285. PIZZA WILL BE SERVED! Co-sponsored by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society. Panel discussion, moderated by Prof. Josephine Gittler. … Continue reading
The Michael Maggio Immigrants’ Rights Summer Fellowship was established jointly in 2009 by the America Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law (CHRCL), and the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild (NIP/NLG), to … Continue reading
Top 5 Reasons Lawyers Lose Their Licenses And What Law Students Can Do Now To Prevent It From Happening. Every year hundreds of lawyers around the country lose their law licenses permanently or temporarily. In this program, Professor Raymond will … Continue reading
The 2010 “Strengthening and Valuing Latino Communities in Iowa” conference will be held October 15-16, 2010 in Iowa City, Iowa. This annual conference is developed through a statewide collaboration. The annual conference, also referred to as the “Iowa Latino Conference, … Continue reading
On Monday morning, the Iowa City Press-Citizen published an article on the disparity of white juvenile arrests versus black juvenile arrests. A hot issue in Iowa City right now, this article is a must-read for anyone interested in criminal law, … Continue reading