Volume No. 7, Issue No. 30
April 26, 2004
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Learn at Lunch:  Student Presentations for Brown v. Board of Education Writing Competition. All students are invited to the student presentations of the winning papers in the Brown v. Board of Education Writing Competition, on Monday, April 26, at Noon in Room 139. Free pizza!

Arizona Law Graduates Shaping National Law and Policy:  Senator Dennis DeConcini will be speaking at the Rogers College of Law on Tuesday, April 27, 2004, at 4:00 p.m. in Room 146. Reception to follow in the courtyard.

First Ever Appellate Hearing of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe to Take Place at College of Law.   Professor Robert Williams was selected last year as Chief Justice of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe's highest court - the Yavapai-Prescott Tribal Court of Appeals. Professors Jim Anaya and Robert Hershey were also selected to be the two other justices on the bench. Their first hearing of oral argument will be for Stan Rice et al. v. Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe , CIV 02-13 and will take place at the Rogers College of Law, in Room 106, the Stanley G. Feldman Appellate Courtroom on THURSDAY, MAY 6 at 2:30 pm. The Justices wish to invite the law school to view this first ever appellate hearing of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian tribe. For additional information, please contact Jaime Lavallee at

PILO Pledge Drive Results:  Thanks to everyone who donated to the Paul Marcus/PILO Summer Fellowship Pledge Drive! As a result of your generosity, we raised $1,041 to help fund two students' public interest jobs this summer. Rachel Bash (1L) will receive $2,500 for her work helping victims of domestic violence with the Never Again Foundation, and Pilar Mendoza (1L) will receive $1,250 for her project assisting immigrants through the Asylum Program. Thanks for supporting public interest law!

Congratulations to Alison Bachus, Bob Hall, and Jay Sagar whose Notes will be published in the Fall issue of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

Congratulations to the new members of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team:

The team was chosen from 26 original applicants who submitted a paper and presented five minute arguments, with rebuttal and surrebutal, before members of last year's team. Congratulations to all, and good luck next year!

For all 3Ls! STUDY TIPS for the BAR EXAM. Suzie Easter, Esq., of LexisNexis (licensed to practice in Arizona and Ohio) will talk about useful study tips for preparing to take the bar exam. She will also briefly discuss the LexisNexis Graduate Program & real world practice tips. All participants get FREE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES!!! The informal lecture and discussion will be on Tuesday, April 27, from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m. in Room 139.

Important Message to Students about your Email Address and Library Notices!!!

What You Won't Care About:  Student records are uploaded weekly from the registrar’s database into the library circulation system database.

What You Will Care About:  This upload overwrites the address everyone here has with the generic University of Arizona email address into your record. If you never look at what’s in this mailbox you will miss overdue notices, recall notices, etc., sent to you by the library system. You Will Be Fined by the Main Library for Overdue Books.

What You Have to Do:  Go into the generic address through WEB MAIL on the main U of A page and forward your mail to the address you monitor. Do this under the “Mail Rules” tab. NB: Your “NET ID” is your last name.

QUESTIONS? Call Deborah Beaumont, Law Library Circulation Desk, 626-8023.

Scholarship Info

Final Bulletin of the Academic Year.   This is the last issue of the Bulletin for the year.   The Bulletin will resume weekly publication in August, at the beginning of the Fall 2004 semester.   Have a nice summer!


Monday, 4/26

Student Presentations for Brown v. Board of Education Writing Competition


Noon, Rm. 139



Tuesday, 4/27

VLP Advocates Luncheon


12:15 p.m., Atrium




Bar Exam Study Tips for 3Ls


Presented By LexisNexis


12:15 - 1:00 p.m., Rm. 139




Former U.S. Senator Dennis DeConcini


4:00 p.m., Ares Auditorium


Reception to follow in courtyard



Wednesday, 4/28

Last Day of Classes (Monday classes meet)



Friday, 4/30

Final Exams Begin



Friday, 5/14

Final Exams End



Saturday, 5/15

Spring Commencement


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