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Weekly Events 
April 14 - 18, 2014

 Monday

 

 Tuesday

Room 127 – Lexis Nexis training, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Room 230 – AWA Lunch, Noon

Room 244 – CSO City Attorney’s Office program, Noon

Historic courtroom – ABA President visit & program

Wednesday

Room 230 – Reserved for Health Law & Experiential Learning program – 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Room 127 – Lexis Nexis training – 11:00 – 12:00

Wade Auditorium – Lexis Nexis training – Noon

Room 325 – Law Review bluebook workshop - Noon

Room 226 – PAD event – Noon

Reading Room – CSO Esq.Build program – 4:00 – 6:00 p.m

Thursday

Room 231 – Health Law executive meeting – Noon

Reading Room – Scholarship luncheon – 11:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Friday

Reading Room – Federal Defenders Office and FBA Luncheon – 12:30 p.m. 

Historic courtroom – Federal Defenders Office and the FBA present a re-enactment of Gideon v Wainwright – 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


The Legal Contours of Cold War II

Please join Professor Mamlyuk on Monday, April 14 at 3:45 in Room 326 for a substantive discussion of the underlying foreign policy/international law issues raised by the Ukraine crisis, and ensuing fallout.

According to senior U.S. policymakers and senior analysts in the ‘West’ and ‘Russia,’ a new Cold War has started.  The origins of Cold War II are many, but simplified greatly, the rub appears to be alleged U.S. support for ‘regime change’ in Ukraine, and Russia’s annexation of a strategically important peninsula in the northern Black Sea, Crimea.  This presentation will explore the significance of the new Cold War, including implications for U.S. foreign and domestic policy. 


LAW REVIEW MEMBERSHIP INTEREST MEETING

Law Review Membership Interest Meeting:  For all 1L students interested in the University of Memphis Law Review, please join us for an informational meeting on April 14, at noon in room 325.  We will discuss the Summer Write-On Competition, which is a writing and Bluebooking competition that determines who receives invitations to membership on Law Review. This meeting is MANDATORY for any students interested in competing for Law Review membership. 


City Attorney’s Office Program

On TUESDAY, Apr. 14, from 12:10-12:50 pm in Room 244, Mr. Philip Oliphant, Assistant City Attorney, will lead a discussion on their internship program and how to apply.  Lunch will be provided to those that RSVP in Symplicity by Wednesday, April 7th at 5 pm.


ABA President Visit and Program

SBA, PALS, Law Review, and the MHLP Journal are excited to welcome American Bar Association President Jim Silkenat, who will speak on Tuesday, April 15th at 2:30 PM in the Historic Courtroom.  He will give a 20 minute address regarding access to justice followed by a Q & A session.  He will also present awards from PALS.  This is a tremendous opportunity to hear from one of the most important lawyers in America and we hope you are able to attend.


LAW REVIEW BLUEBOOK WORKSHOP

Navigating the Bluebook:  The Law Review will be sponsoring a Bluebook workshop on Wednesday, April 16, at noon in room 325.  This workshop will be extremely helpful for 1lLs, 2Ls, and 3Ls because Bluebooking skills are useful to students about to participate in the Law Review writing competition, the MHLPJ writing competition, a summer internship or externship, or even a seminar paper for upperclassmen.  Everyone cites.  Everyone is welcome.


HEALTH LAW SOCIETY & PAD SOLO PRACTICE PROGRAM

The Health Law Society and Phi Alpha Delta will be hosting a speaker on Wednesday, April 16th at noon in room 226. The professional speaker is Curt Runger from Douglas & Runger. He will be discussing starting and running a solo practice. We will be serving BBQ for lunch! 


FLAW REVIEW

Flaw Review will be on Thursday, April 17 at Jerry Lee Lewis on Beale Street.  The doors will open at 6:30 pm and skits will start at 7 pm.  This is the last event of the year and is FREE!!  When you get your skits together please contact Megan Warden at mwarden@memphis.edu 


GIDEON V WAINWRIGHT RE-ENACTMENT

The office of the Federal Defender, Western District of Tennessee, and the Federal Bar Association will conduct a “Readers Theater” re-enactment of Gideon v Wainwright on Friday, April 18 in the Historic Courtroom beginning at 8:30 a.m. MANY notable members of the Memphis legal community will take part in the re-enactment and the program is open to all faculty, staff, and students free of charge (unless seeking CLE credit) that would like to attend. CLE credit is also being offered for a nominal fee. Please see the attached program and agenda, as well as the CLE registration form, if you are interested in attending. YOU MUST REGISTER TODAY IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND! Lunch is only included for those paying for CLE. 


Student Organizations and Memphis Law administrators are encouraged to submit information for upcoming events to lawevents@memphis.edu by Friday at 10 a.m. to be included in the Weekly Events email and webpage. A full listing of law school events can be found here.

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