The Dillon Inn of Court invites UI law students to attend its Spring 2014 meetings. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday evening, March 19, and will be held in Davenport. The Dillon Inn is a member of the American Inns of Court, which promotes professional development and networking among the bar and bench. The meeting format consists of a social hour, continuing education presentation, and dinner. This is a great opportunity to meet judges and lawyers from the Iowa-Illinois Quad Cities and Iowa’s Seventh Judicial District. A limited number of slots are available for this meeting. Interested students should contact Jessica Malott no later than 5:00 pm on March 13 at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Cristine Swanson Wilson was a visionary who accomplished much during her brief but distinguished life. She was not only a mother, school teacher, and law student, but also a champion of equality and justice for women. Cristine died in 1991, following a 14 year coma caused by a car accident when she was 31 years old. Criteria for selection of scholarship recipients: Current L1 or L2 full time law students, in good academic standing, who have demonstrated financial need. Preference to a law student whose background and future goals demonstrate a commitment to public service. Preference to a female who is non-traditional in some way and plans to remain in Iowa upon graduation. Please see the application for further information http://www.law.uiowa.edu/documents/finaid_Cristine_Swanson_Wilson_Memorial_Scholarship.pdf
Join us and attorneys Michael Greiveldinger and Samantha Norris from Alliant Energy to discuss pro bono work in corporate and firm settings.
Lunch will be provided
Thursday, March 13
BLB 285 12:40-1:40
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A BARBRI Attorney will be coming to discuss the details of the course and answer any bar questions you have. All 3Ls are invited to attend either of the sessions.
Tuesday, March 11
10-10:30 am Room 265
1-1:30 pm Room 115
Tuesday, March 11
9 am – 2 pm
Law School Lobby
*non-barbri students may pay $30 for fingerprinting
2014 2:00-4:00 pm
The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety will offer a Violent Incident Survival Training (VIST) based on the nationally recognized ALICE program which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.
RSVP in Symplicity.
Some states require your student loan information to complete your bar application. For your federal student loan information, including loan consolidation information, please go to http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/. You will need your PIN number to access your federal loan information. If you borrowed an Perkins Loan, your information is with ECSI at http://www.ecsi.net/bwr/borrower.html. firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a checklist if your borrow loans during law school. http://www.law.uiowa.edu/students/finaid/loan_checklist.php
All student borrowers who leave the University of Iowa either by graduating, withdrawing, or failing to return for a subsequent semester are required by Federal Law to complete exit counseling. Student borrowers must complete exit counseling to obtain an official transcript from the University of Iowa Registrar’s Office.
Exit counseling takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete. The Office of Student Financial Aid receives results of exit counseling twice a week. Official transcripts may be released only after results are received.