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ANNOUNCEMENTS, EVENTS, AND DEADLINES, FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Spring McGeorge Justice Bus Trip April 3 & 4
OneJustice’s Justice Bus Project is partnering with Legal Services of Northern California, the Lake County Bar Association and the Lake County Department of Rehabilitation to bring free legal assistance to the residents of Lake County and its surrounding communities. During this overnight Justice Bus Trip, McGeorge law student volunteers will spend two days helping veterans and other individuals with criminal record expungements. Both clinics are aimed at empowering vulnerable, low-income Californians in need. 
To sign up: Email Ruby Kimberly at rkimberly@one-justice.org. Include (1) your full name, (2) class year,(3) phone number, (4) your language abilities, and (5) a brief statement of interest (not more than one paragraph).

McGeorge Zipcar. Having a car on campus just got a whole lot easier
Students at McGeorge can now have wheels with no strings attached. Zipcar, the world’s leading car-sharing service, is now on campus. With Zipcar, members can reserve self-service, on-demand cars by the hour or day, 24/7. Any 18+ McGeorge student can become a member today for only $25. Enter promo code MCGEORGE50 on your application and you’ll get $50 in free driving so you can give it a try on us. 
 
Once you’re a member, reserve a car online or on your phone for as short as an hour or as long as 4 days. Let yourself into the car with your unique Zipcard. With Zipcar parked right at 5th Ave & 34th St (across from Fuller Hall), it’s easy to get off campus and around Sacramento, do errands, or even road trip. And since Zipcar covers gas, insurance, and 180 miles per day, you can enjoy the freedom of the open road without any of the extra costs. 
Interested? Join today at zipcar.com/mcgeorge or follow @ZipcarSac on Twitter.

Pacific McGeorge Global Business & 

Development Law Journal

Check out what’s in store for PM Globe in 2015. For more information contact Tiangay Kemokai at pmglobe@pacific.edu.

McGeorge App Now Available For Easier Access
We are proud to announce the McGeorge Mobile Application is now available for use in the Apple, Google and Amazon app stores. The app can be found and downloaded by searching for “Pacific McGeorge”. Once you download it, please provide feedback to sacweb@pacific.edu as we are eager to improve the app to better meet your needs and are eager to hear your suggestions.

Study Abroad This Summer!
Study Abroad This Summer! Enhance your Spanish language skills in Antigua, Guatemala. Take a class with Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, in Salzburg, Austria. Learn more here. Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu

SAVE THE DATE:
Faculty Enrichment Lecture Series
Dog Whistle Politics: Coded Racism and Inequality for All
2/3/2015 at 5:00 – 7:30 PM | Courtroom/ Grand Salon 
As part of Diversity Week and a celebration of civil rights, Professor Haney López’s presentation will be followed by a reception honoring Professor
Brian Landsberg. About Ian Haney Lopez.
 
Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa

2/4/2015 at 5:00 – 7:00 PM | Classroom H
The civil rights struggles of South Africa are well known in the United States. Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg has now produced a powerful documentation of an award-winning documentary, Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa. Soft Vengeance is a film about Albie Sachs, a lawyer, writer, art lover, and freedom fighter, set against the dramatic events leading to the overthrow of the apartheid regime in South Africa. There will be a discussion with Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg after the screening of Soft Vengeance.  This event is a part of the Pacific McGeorge Diversity Week celebration. About Albie Sachs.
Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality
2/12/2015 at 5:00 PM
Jo Becker is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times, where she has broken stories on everything from the United States’ lethal program to kill suspected terrorists to the British phone-hacking affair and the Penn State child sexual abuse scandal. She has taught investigative journalism as a visiting professor at Princeton University, and her work has earned her numerous awards. A Washington Post series she coauthored on Vice President Dick Cheney won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. About Jo Becker.

EVENTS THIS WEEK

Monday, Jan. 19

No Classes. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

Tuesday, Jan. 20

BarBri Information Table

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM | Student Center Table 2
Questions: Contact Courtney Dowell at c_dowell@u.pacific.edu.


Lexis Training – Research Certification

12:00 – 1:00 PM | Classroom A

Questions: Stephanie Sagaria at Stephanie.m.sagaria@lexisnexis.com.

 

 

 

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball Ticket Sales
12:00 – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 5
Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Tickets will be available in the student center for 3D/4E students on January 20th and 21st from 12-1 PM and 5-6 PM. Tickets will be available for ALL STUDENTS in the student center on January 23rd, 26th, and 27th from 12-1 PM and 5-6 PM. Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Individual tickets are $65 each and its $60 each for a table of 10. For those buying individual tickets please come to the table with your meal choice and payment ready. For those purchasing a table, have the names, meal choices, and all payments of all those sitting at your table. The event will be at Double Tree by Hilton from 7 – 11 PM.  If you have any food allergies, please let us know when you purchase your ticket and your entree will be accommodated. For information, please contact Jaclyn Zdanowski at j_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu.

 

PLSS Phone Banking 

5:00 – 6:00 PM | S-18

PLSS will be holding phone banking sessions to solicit items for the Live & Silent Auction taking place on April 10th! You can receive time towards the hours required in your summer grant application by calling local businesses and/or picking up items. Questions: Raihane Dalvi at r_dalvi@u.pacific.edu.

Wednesday, Jan. 21

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball Ticket Sales
12:00 – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 5
Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Individual tickets are $65 each and its $60 each for a table of 10. Tickets will be available in the student center for 3D/4E students on January 20th and 21st from 12-1 PM and 5-6 PM. Tickets will be available for ALL STUDENTS in the student center on January 23rd, 26th, and 27th from 12-1 PM and 5-6 PM. See description above. For information, please contact Jaclyn Zdanowski at j_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu.

Summer Programs
12:00 – 1:30 PM | Student Center Table 1 
Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu.

CDO Presents | Peer Mock Interview Program for 1D/1E/2E
4:30 – 6:30 PM | CDO Lobby
Do you feel prepared for legal job interviews? Would you like to polish your interview skills and maximize your chances for job hunt success? Interviewing is a skill you can improve with practice. The CDO would like to invite you to participate in the Peer Mock Interview Program. Regardless of your experience level, mock interviews are a great way to develop and/or fine tune your interview skills. Questions? Contact Isabella Hannon at ihannon@pacific.edu or 916.739.7011.

Phi Alpha Delta First General Meeting
5:00 – 6:00 PM | Classroom H
Come to Phi Alpha Delta’s (PAD) First General Meeting to get updates about what events will be going on during the semester. If you are interested in becoming a PAD member you are welcome to attend and get more information as well as learn how to sign up. Food will be provided. For information, contact Lauryn Tully at l_tully@u.pacific.edu.

NLG General Meeting
12:15 – 1:15 PM | Classroom A
National Lawyers Guild is a national non-profit legal and political organization comprised of lawyers, legal workers, law students, and jailhouse lawyers. We represent progressive political movements, using the law to protect human rights above property interests and to attain social justice. As always, new members, suggestions and ideas are welcome and celebrated! Hope to see you there. For information, please contact Jessica Melgar at j_melgar1@u.pacific.edu.

Thursday, Jan. 22

Themis Bar Information Table
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 3
Questions: Yvette Edwards at yvette.edwards@themisbar.com.

PLSS Phone Banking and General Meeting
12:00 – 1:00 PM | S-18
PLSS will be holding phone banking sessions to solicit items for the Live & Silent Auction taking place on April 10th! You can receive time towards the hours required in your summer grant application by calling local businesses and/or picking up items. Questions: Raihane Dalvi at r_dalvi@u.pacific.edu.
 
Christian Law Students Society Meeting
12:30 – 1:30 PM | S-19 
Come join CLSS ‘s weekly meeting for encouragement, camaraderie, and just a bit of faith! Everyone is welcome. For information, contact William Fussell at w_fussell@u.pacific.edu.
 
Summer Programs
12:00 – 1:30 PM | Student Center Table 1
Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu.
 
CDO Presents | Peer Mock Interview Program for 1D/1E/2E
4:30 – 6:30 PM | CDO Lobby 
Do you feel prepared for legal job interviews? Would you like to polish your interview skills and maximize your chances for job hunt success? Interviewing is a skill you can improve with practice. The CDO would like to invite you to participate in the Peer Mock Interview Program. Regardless of your experience level, mock interviews are a great way to develop and/or fine tune your interview skills. Questions? Contact Isabella Hannon at  ihannon@pacific.edu or 916.739.7011.

Friday, Jan. 23

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball Ticket Sales
12:00 – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 5
Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Tickets are available for ALL STUDENTS in the student center on January 23rd, 26th, and 27th from 12-1 PM and 5-6 PM. See description above. For information, please contact Jaclyn Zdanowski at j_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu.

Saturday, Jan. 24

Half-Way There Party
6:00 – 10:00 PM | Off-Campus Location
Attention all 2L Day, 2L Evening and 3L Evening Students, you are now half-way through your law school journey. It is time to celebrate all of your achievements with the annual Half-Way There Party. This party is open to all 2D, 2E and 3E students and you may bring a guest. Appetizers will be served. Questions: Anthony Crisostomo at a_crisostomo@u.pacific.edu.

2015 California Water Law Symposium (Water Law Society, Environmental Law Society)
8:00 AM – 9:00 PM | Off-Campus Location (Golden Gate University Law School)
The 2015 California Water Law Symposium addresses current and future water law and policy issues in California, focusing on opportunities for collaboration in water management and exploring possible resolutions to issues that will shape the future of our state. The theme of this year’s symposium is “Wasted Water: Reasonable Use Law in 21st Century California.” McGeorge will have a panel on agricultural water use efficiency in the Central Valley. The Symposium is a collaborative, student-led effort between Golden Gate, Boalt, UC Hastings, University of San Francisco, UC Davis, Santa Clara, and McGeorge. Every year, the Symposium brings together academics, practitioners, policymakers, scientists, community members, and students to hear from leading professionals on pressing water issues. The day-long event is FREE for law students, and lunch and a reception is provided. Questions: Adam Borchard at a_borchard@u.pacific.edu.

Sunday, Jan. 25

No Events. 

Events Next Week

Monday, Jan. 26

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball Ticket Sales
12:00 – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 | Student Center Tables 5
Tickets are on sale for Barrister’s Ball! Individual tickets are $65 each and its $60 each for a table of 10. For those buying individual tickets please come to the table with your meal choice and payment ready. For those purchasing a table, have the names, meal choices, and all payments of all those sitting at your table ready when you come to purchase tickets.  The event will be at Double Tree by Hilton and goes from 7 – 11 PM. If you have any food allergies, please let us know when you purchase your ticket and your entree will be accommodated. For information, please contact Jaclyn Zdanowski at j_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu.

BarBri Information Table 
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 2 and 1
Questions: Courtney Dowell at c_dowell@u.pacific.edu.

Tuesday, Jan. 27

Lexis Training
12:00 – 1:00 PM | Classroom A
International Materials. Questions: Stephanie Sagaria at stephanie.m.sagaria@lexisnexis.com.

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball Ticket Sales
12:00 – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 5
See description above. For information, please contact Jaclyn Zdanowski atj_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu.

Reading Partners Information Session
12:00 – 1:30 PM | Classroom D
Learn how you can impact the community and make a difference in the life of a child in just 1 hour each week. Meet Rachel Valler of Reading Partners and hear from current student volunteers. Lunch will be served. To RSVP email Jermaine Cruz at jcruz1@pacific.edu. This program is eligible for pay under the federal work study program. The pay is $10 per hour. Reading Partners is a nonprofit organization that recruits and trains community volunteers to provide one-on-one literacy tutoring to students who are struggling with reading. Cruz, Jermaine jcruz1@pacific.edu.

Summer Programs
12:00 – 1:30 PM | Student Center Table 1
Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu.

PLSS Phone Banking
5:00 – 6:00 PM | S-18
Get Your Required Volunteer Hours! PLSS will be holding phone banking sessions to solicit items for the Live and Silent Auction taking place on April 10th! You can receive time towards your hours required to apply for the PLSS summer grant by helping us contact local businesses and/or picking up items. For information, please contact Raihane Dalvi at r_dalvi@u.pacific.edu.

IP WEEK: Alumni Panel, Day in the Life of a IP Professional 
5:00 – 7:00 PM | Classroom G

The panel consists of McGeorge Alumni practicing in the Northern California Area. The discussion focuses on their respective paths their careers. Topics of discussion focus on how to seek post bar employment and the finer details of legal work in the major intellectual property disciplines. The discussion focuses on patent prosecution, patent litigation, transaction and trade secret. For information, contact Vincent Ruggiero at v_ruggiero@u.pacific.edu.

Wednesday, Jan. 28

BarBri Information Table
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 2
Questions: Courtney Dowell at c_dowell@u.pacific.edu.

Themis Bar Informational Table

11:00 AM – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 3
Questions: Yvette Edwards at yvette.edwards@themisbar.com.


IP WEEK: Kate Patterson, IP Head Hunter 
12:15 – 2:15 PM | Classroom A

Kate Patterson is a IP head hunter for various IP firms located primarily in the bay area. She has specialized in recruiting and consulting exclusively for intellectual property attorneys since the 1980s. Kate will break down specific things that IP firms are looking for from new associates and give tips on how to make yourself standout when seeking employment. For information, contact Vincent Ruggiero at v_ruggiero@u.pacific.edu.

Summer Programs

5:00 – 6:00 PM | Student Center Table 1 Summer Programs
Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu

Natural Resources Internship and Career Fair 
5:00 – 6:30 PM | Student Center
Presented by McGeorge Environmental Law Society and Water Law Society. Representatives from public agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private firms, such as the California Department of Water Resources, California Attorney General’s Office, Planning and Conservation League, and Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann and Girard, will be on campus to talk to students about internship and career opportunities with their organizations for summer and fall 2015 and spring 2016. This is a great event for 1Ls and 2Ls to apply for paid and unpaid internships during the summer and the school year, so get your resumes and cover letters up to date at the CDO! Appetizers and beverages will be provided. If you have questions, please e-mail Brenda Bass, ELS president, at b_bass@u.pacific.edu.

Thursday, Jan. 29

PLSS Phone Banking
12:00 – 1:00 PM | S-18
Get Your Required Volunteer Hours! PLSS will be holding phone banking sessions to solicit items for the Live and Silent Auction taking place on April 10th! You can receive time towards your hours required to apply for the PLSS summer grant by helping us contact local businesses and/or picking up items. For information, please contact Raihane Dalvi r_dalvi@u.pacific.edu.

Summer Programs
12:00 – 1:30 PM | Student Center Table 1
Questions: Ly Lee at llee3@pacific.edu.

Christian Law Students Society Meeting
12:30 – 1:30 PM | S-19
Come join CLSS ‘s weekly meeting for encouragement, camaraderie, and just a bit of faith! Everyone is welcome. For information, contact William Fussell at w_fussell@u.pacific.edu.

GASA Monthly Meeting
5:00 – 6:00 PM | Classroom G
GASA Presents: How To Get A Government Job Interested in working for state or local government? Confused about the hiring processes? Not sure where to find the required forms, what the rules are, and how to grab the attention of governmient hiring attorneys? Come to this information session and learn from recent McGeorge grads about how they got their jobs, what being a government lawyer is like, and the benefits of working for the government. For information, contact Lexi Howard at l_howard1@u.pacific.edu.

Club Espanol Meeting
5:00 – 6:15 PM | S-19
Calling all Spanish speakers! All are welcome who want to speak in Spanish and participate in exciting Spanish-related activities! If you would like to be included in the Club Espanol Mailing List, please contact Professors Julie Davies at jdavies@pacific.edu or Luis Mogollon at lmogollon@pacific.edu. Professors Davies and Mogollon will develop club meeting agendas based off of the interest of members.

The Criminal Law Society Presents a Student & Practitioner Mixer 
5:30 – 7:30 PM | Rotunda
You are cordially invited to the McGeorge Criminal Law Society’s Practitioner & Student Mixer.Come meet, mix and mingle with those out who can tell you what it’s really like out there in the field of criminal law. Ask all those questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Make connections that will serve you throughout your career. Beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. McGeorge Rotunda Thursday, January 29, 2015 5:30pm to 7:30pm Sponsored by the McGeorge Criminal Law Society Cost: Free! Business attire requested Please contact Devina Douglas at d_douglas1@u.pacific.edu with any questions. 

IP WEEK: IP Mixer, Year In Review
6:00 – 9:00 PM | Student Center

The Sacramento County Bar Association, Intellectual Property Chapter, will be co-hosting “A Year In Review”. Practitioners will be discussing major developments in Copyright, Trademark and Patents that any IP enthusiast should be aware of. The evening will start with a mixer allowing students to mingle and meet practicing attorneys in the Sacramento area. This event will be a MCLE event for practicing attorneys. Vincent Ruggiero v_ruggiero@u.pacific.edu.

Friday, Jan. 30

No Events. 

Saturday, Jan. 31

12th Annual Barrister’s Ball
7:00 – 11:00 PM | Off-Campus Location
Barrister’s Ball (known by some as the ‘law school prom’) is one of the largest and most memorable campus events of the year. All around the United States (as well as the UK, Australia and Canada), Student Bar Associations throw a night to remember open to the student body. The theme of this year’s event will be: MOULIN ROUGE Individual tickets are $65 each and if you buy a table of 10 it is $600 total ($60 each). Your ticket includes a 3 course meal with a hosted bar including beer, wine, and champagne. Questions: Jacqueline at j_zdanowski@u.pacific.edu

Sunday, Feb. 1

No Events. 

VOLUNTEER & EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

2015 LSAC DIVERSITY INITIATIVES INTERN
LSAC is now accepting applications for the 2015 LSAC Diversity Initiatives Summer Internship. This is a great opportunity for a law student to gain exposure to legal education and to gain a deeper understanding of LSAC’s Diversity Initiatives. Please read and follow the application submission requirements carefully. Due to the vast number of applications, incomplete and improperly submitted applications will not be considered. Previous LSAC Diversity Initiatives Interns have gone on to establish outstanding careers in private and public interest law, government, and higher education. Please click here for the position announcement along with the LSAC Non-Discrimination Policy.

Reading Tutors needed! Volunteer as a Reading Partner today!
Help make a difference in your community! Reading Partners is seeking volunteer tutors Monday through Thursday, between 9 AM and 5 PM. It is a one hour a week commitment. Volunteer hours count toward the Capital Commendation for Public Service. Bret Hart Elementary School is within walking distance of McGeorge. This program is eligible for pay under the federal work study program. The pay is $10 per hour. Reading Partners is a nonprofit organization that recruits and trains community volunteers to provide one-on-one literacy tutoring to students who are struggling with reading. Tutors deliver a highly effective, research validated curriculum and are supported by program staff who are onsite at all times. To sign up to be a Reading Partner, visit the Reading Partner website. If you have any questions, please call (916) 996-0830 or email rachael.valler@readingpartners.org.

GLS II TA Needed!
Professor Blizzard is looking for a TA for Wednesday’s GLS II section. Please contact Professor Blizzard with any inquiries or interest at tblizzard@pacific.edu.

WRITING COMPETITIONS

IFRC First Annual International and Comparative Disaster Law Essay Contest

The International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) has launched its First Annual International and Comparative Disaster Law Essay Contest. The contest is co-sponsored by the IFRC, the American Society of international Law (ASIL) and the “International Disaster Law Project” of the Universities of Bologna, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Roma Tre and Uninettuno (also associated with the Italian Red Cross), with support from the International Institute of Humanitarian Law. The contest seeks entries from graduate or undergraduate students (regardless of major/concentration) with a deadline of January 30, 2015.

Among the top prizes are sponsored participation in the week-long annual “International Disaster Law Course” in Sanremo and a

year membership in ASIL and waiver of fees for attendance of the 2015 Annual meeting on April. Note that all submissions must be in English and must address international or comparative legal issues for disasters linked to natural hazards.

Submissions may range from 5,000 to 10,000 words, including footnotes. Essays should be submitted to disaster.law@ifrc.org as Microsoft Word attachments. In the subject line, please state “Submission: International and Comparative Disaster Law Essay Contest”. Questions may be directed to the same email address. The full contest rules, prizes to be awarded, as well as a sample list of topics, are available here.

ABA Tort Trial Insurance Practice Section Student Writing Competition

As you gear up for your spring seminars and independent study and note supervisions, I offer an annual reminder of the ABA Tort Trial Insurance Practice Section Student Writing Competition.
ABA TIPS Home.
ABA Law Students brochure.
Writing competition FLYER.
Writing competition rules. 

As last year, the deadline is set at May 1 to maximize inclusion of semester papers. The scope of TIPS is quite broad–TIPS Committee list.

The competition is open to all ABA Law Student Division members. Submitters need not be ABA TIPS members, but why shouldn’t they be? TIPS membership is free for ABA law student members.
ABA Membership.
ABA TIPS Membership.

ABA Tort Trial Insurance Practice Section Student Writing Competition Law 

Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) in collaboration with the Center for Reproductive Rights, is pleased to announce the Call for Submission for the tenth annual Sarah Weddington Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights.The deadline for submission is January 15, 2015.

This year, the Sarah Weddington prize is open to fresh student scholarship exploring a wide range of issues that affect reproductive health, rights, and justice in the U.S. For more information, please download the 2015 Call for SubmissionsWinning authors will receive cash prizes: $750 (1st place), $500 (2nd place), or $250 (3rd place). The first place winner will also have a chance at publication with the NYU Review of Law and Social Change.

CONTENTS

DEADLINES

1/20/2015
Add/Drop Deadline – last day to add or drop a class without administrative approval from Dean McGuire.
1/20/2015
Last day for May 2015 grads to submit your Application to Graduate to the Office of the Registrar (pick up your application from the document holder at the Registrar’s Window).
 

1/23/2015
The deadline to waive health insurance for the Spring 2015 semester is Friday, January 23, 2015 by 5:00 PM. Any questions regarding this two-step process should be directed to the Pacific Health Services by email or calling 209-946-2027
1/27/2015
All tuition and fees for this semester need to be paid in full by the close of business Tuesday, January 27, 2015.

SAVE THE DATE

Mark your calendar for these upcoming events:

2/2/2015 – 2/6/2015

Diversity Week

2/3/2015 at 5:00 PM

Dog Whistle Politics: Coded Racism and Inequality for All.

2/4/2015 at 5:00 PM

Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa.

2/11/2015 at 5:00 PM

Your backstage pass to the judicial process with Judge England.

2/12/2015

How to get a federal clerkship (Federal Bar Association)

2/12/2015 at 5:00 PM

Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality.

2/13/2015, 2/14/2015, and 2/21/2015 

20th Annual Benjamin Frantz First Year Mock Trial Competition

2/19/2015 

CDO Presents | 15th Annual Public Interest Job Fair

2/24/2015 and 2/26/2015

Spring OCI Interviews

4/3/2015 – 4/4/2015 

Spring McGeorge Justice Bus Trip to Lake County.

More information about upcoming events may be found online in the Student Calendar.

FACULTY IN ACTION

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