Volume No. 8, Issue No. 25
March 21, 2005
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ATTENTION FIRST YEAR STUDENTS:  This week your small sections will meet individually to get information on selecting classes for next fall and beyond. You will receive important information about the curriculum, course selections and recommendations, registration, etc. If you cannot attend your small section's meeting, please attend one of the other meetings that week. The schedule is as follows:

On Wednesday, March 23, in Room 140, the Law, Criminal Justice and Security Program will present Professor Marc Sageman, M.D., Ph.D. (Sociology, NYU), who will speak on “Understanding Terror Networks.” He is senior fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, clinical assistant professor of Psychiatry at Penn, and served as a CIA case officer in Afghanistan. Dr. Sageman is the author of Understanding Terror Networks (U Penn Press 2004) and testified before the 9/11 Commission.

Here Comes the Court! The Arizona Court of Appeals (Division 2) will be hold arguments on Wednesday, March 23 in Room 146 here at the College of Law at 2:30 p.m. The court will hear one civil and one criminal case. The oral arguments are open to the public, and all are welcome. This is a good opportunity for first-year students to satisfy the oral argument assignment in their legal writing classes. For more information on the court's visit, contact Professor Rabe.

The IPLP/NNI Distinguished Visiting Scholar Series presents “Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations,” a talk and book signing by Charles Wilkinson, Distinguished University Professor, Moses Lasky Professor of Law, University of Colorado School of Law, on March 24, 2005, Room 140, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. The talk is sponsored by the James E. Rogers College of Law Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy Native Nations Institute.

Gospel Rescue Mission Supplies Drive. CLS will place a box in the foyer from March 21 - April 1 to collect items to go to the men and women at the Gospel Rescue Mission. They need:

Mostly anything would be appreciated. If you want to arrange for pick-up of a larger item, please contact Scott Christensen,

Congratulations to the five finalists in the Richard Grand Damages Argument Competition! Bradley Pack, Jessica Christiansen, Jose Vazquez, Lance Broberg and Megan Nielsen were selected as finalists in this competition. All finalists receive cash prizes, including the first place prize of $2,000. The final arguments were on Wednesday, March 9. Judges ranked the top three, and the winners were:

Congratulations to all!!

The Community Service Board is pleased to announce the rescheduled Community Food Bank Harvesting Project. We will be harvesting oranges, grapefruits, and lemons in 3 orchards near Orange Grove and Oracle. The harvested fruit will be delivered to the Community Food Bank for distribution to families in need. The original date was rained out, so we have rescheduled for Saturday, April 2, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. We realize that this is the weekend of the 1L write-on competition. Unfortunately, this was the only weekend available for the Community Food Bank. We do encourage 1Ls to take a break from writing to get some fresh air and join us! If you would like to join us, please e-mail Martha Fenn at or sign up on the sheet posted in the law school lobby by Friday, March 25. Family (including children) and friends are welcome to join us!

Andrew Silverman Community Service Awards. In an effort to recognize student community service, each year the Law School honors one student in each class, and one student organization, with the Andrew Silverman Community Service Awards. Nominate yourself or a friend who inspires you through his or her community service. Nomination forms have been sent to you by e-mail. Extra copies are available downstairs in the Student Lounge. Nominations are due on Friday, March 25 . For more information, please contact Martha Fenn at


Tuesday, 3/22 Small Section Meeting (Hegland, Schneyer)
  9:00 a.m., Rm. 139
  Especially for 2L's! Preparing Your Judicial Clerkship Applications
  Timelines and what to expect in an interview with judges and clerks
  12:15 - 1:00 p.m., Rm. 139
  Small Section Meeting (Atwood, Bublick)
  2:15 p.m., Rm. 139
Wednesday, 3/23 Small Section Meeting (Braucher, Korn)
  11:00 a.m., Rm. 140
  LCJSP Speaker
  Professor Marc Sageman, M.D., Ph.D., “Understanding Terror Networks”
  12:15 p.m., Rm. 140
  The Arizona Court of Appeals (Division 2)
  2:30 p.m., Ares Auditorium (Rm. 146)
Thursday, 3/24 IPLP/NNI Distinguished Visiting Scholar Series Presentation
  “Blood Struggle: The Rise of Modern Indian Nations”
  Charles Wilkinson, Distinguished University Professor, Moses Lasky Professor of Law, University of Colorado School of Law
  3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Rm. 140


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