Volume No. 7, Issue No. 18
January 26, 2004
The College of Law Bulletin is published at the beginning of each week of the semester. To place an announcement or event in the Bulletin, please e-mail your information to Martha Fenn at or put a note in her box in Rm. 242. The deadline for receipt of information is each Thursday by 11:00 a.m. for inclusion in the following week's Bulletin. This Bulletin can be found on the web at


The Admissions Office needs current students to assist as Email Contacts, Tour Guides, and Telephone Contacts for our prospective students.  All interested students should attend the Admission Representatives Training Session next Thursday, January 29, 3:00 p.m., in Room 106.

Members of the Class of 2004 - The College is putting together a CD of photos of you during law school.  We hope to have every Member of the Class of 2004 depicted in the CD.  Please provide a few photos that you would be happy to have included in the CD.  Put your name on the back of the photos and we'll return them to you.  Digital photos are fine too - please provide them on a CD.  The deadline to turn in photos is Monday, February 16th!  Please turn your photos into Talitha Gray's (3L) student mailbox in the student lounge.

NLG Clinics Meeting.  Thursday, January 29, 12:15 p.m. in Room 126.  Are you tired of staring at books all day and all night?  Meet real people with real legal problems and do something useful with the law you're learning.  National Lawyers Guild sponsors several free legal referral clinics that serve migrant workers, the homeless, and the hearing impaired.  Come to an introductory meeting Thursday, 1/29, at 12:15 p.m. in Room 126 and learn how you can volunteer with one of these clinics.  Everyone is welcome, and membership in NLG is not required.

Cowgirls and Cowpokes Needed!  Would you like to spend an upcoming Saturday morning on a beautiful ranch, surrounded by horses and kids having a great time?  If so, you'll want to participate in our FEBRUARY COMMUNITY SERVICE BOARD PROJECT on Saturday, February 7, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.  We're taking 20 - 25 students out to TROT (Therapeutic Riding of Tucson), to clean tack, tidy up the barn and riding tracks and do other chores as needed.  TROT provides equine therapy to physically and emotionally challenged kids, and participants enjoy better balance, coordination, mobility and overall function.  That's in addition to the exhilaration and increased confidence that comes from learning to ride a horse.  If you would like to join us, please sign-up by e-mailing Martha Fenn at or placing your name on the sign-up sheet in the lobby.  Cowboy attire will be optional!

Announcing The University of Arizona American Indian Scholarship Program, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Wassaja Memorial Scholarship Program - for any full time student, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.  Requirements for Professional Students:  Must be registered for and maintain a minimum of 9 credit hours, or have a minimum of 6 credit hours if teaching or research assistant status, and must have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.  Information and application packets are available on the wall outside Room 118-C.  Deadline:  Friday, February 6, 2004

Scholarship Information:  Information on the following is kept in the red scholarship book in Room 118; all University of Arizona and College of Law scholarships are posted on the Financial Aid bulletin board outside the Student Lounge:


Thursday, 1/29

NLG Clinics Meeting


12:15 p.m., Rm. 126


Admission Representatives Training Session


3:00 p.m., Rm. 106


Friday, 1/30

1L Luncheon


12:30 - 2:00 p.m., Marriott Park Hotel


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