Alumni E-News January 2010
Happy New Year!


A Note from Professor Jerry Organ

Dear Alumni,
 
The University of St. Thomas School of Law and the UST Pre-Law Society will host the Fourth Hatting Invitational, a four-round undergraduate mock trial tournament, at the UST School of Law, on Saturday and Sunday, January 16-17, 2010 (Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend).  
 
We are looking for judges for the following dates and times:

  • ROUND 1: Saturday, January 16 at 9:00 a.m. 
  • ROUND 2: Saturday, January 16 at 2:00 p.m. 
  • ROUND 3: Sunday, January 17 at 8:30 a.m. 
  • ROUND 4: Sunday, January 17 at 1:00 p.m.

You DO NOT receive case materials beforehand and so there is no preparation required.  One of our committee members will review the rules/procedure with you when you report to the "Judges' Room" on the day of your service.
 
We have a full roster of 20 teams signed up to compete from several different colleges and universities in the Upper Midwest!  Volunteering as a judge is a great service to the School of Law and to the next generation of prospective lawyers.  Please let us know if you can help and feel free recruit your friends. To volunteer, please contact to Laura Thomas (lmthomas@hotmail.com) or Nicole Fredricks Jackson (nfjackson@stthomas.edu or 651-962-4863).
 
Peace,
Professor Jerry Organ


Alumni and School of Law Calendar
Upcoming Events & CLE Opportunities

January 25 - Retreat in Daily Living: Abandoning the Myths We Live With
This mid-day reflection will invite participants to spend some time in reflection, prayer and discussion designed to identify and understand some of the myths we live with.  More information is available here.


February 5 - The Armenian Genocide within the Framework of National and International Law
This symposium is jointly organized and sponsored by the UST Journal of Law and Public Policy, The International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, the Cafesjian Family Foundation, and the Minneapolis Foundation. More information is available here.

February 16 - Lent Retreat in Daily Living
Join us at the School of Law for a Retreat in Daily Living that offers an opportunity to experience the richness of the Lenten season.  More information is available here.


February 17 - Alumni Reflections - Discussion Hosted by Christopher Wheaton ('08)
The ongoing Alumni Reflections series presents St. Thomas alumni who discuss how they integrate faith, reason and service into their personal and professional lives. More information is available here. 

March 9 - War Crimes

Save the date for this event hosted by the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions. More details to follow.

 

March 24 - How are the Children Part III
Save the date for the third annual Community Justice Project Symposium.  More information is available here.


April 6 - Islamic Law and Constitutional Liberty
Save the date for the Spring Law Journal Symposium. More information is available here.

 

April 13 - Diversity Issues in Law Firms

Save the date for this event hosted by the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions. More details to follow.

 

May 15 - Class of 2005 Five Year Reunion
The Class of 2005 is invited to come celebrate five years!  More information is available here.


From the Office of Career & Professional Development


Click here for a message from CPD Director Alanna Moravetz, along with several tips, opportunities, and resources for you in your career.

For more information about events or to submit news or events in future Alumni E-News, contact

Nicole Fredricks Jackson
Director of Alumni Relations
651-962-4863
nfjackson@stthomas.edu
http://www.stthomas.edu/law/alumni/default.html

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