Volume No. 11, Issue No. 20
February 18, 2008 Bulletin Archives
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NACLE Visits. Deadlines for applications for NACLE visits to University of British Columbia and McGill are approaching (for both fall 2008 and spring 2009). If you are interested, and have not filled out an application, or have any further questions, please contact David Gantz ( before the end of February. We still have a few vacancies.

Today, Monday, February 18, the International Law Society presents a lunchtime lecture by Lawrence Harrison of The Fletcher School at Tufts University entitled “Culture Matters, Culture Changes.” Mr. Harrison currently serves as the Director of the Cultural Change Institute and is a noted scholar on issues relating to international aid and development. Please join us at 12:15 in CC-111 for what promises to be an engaging discussion. Food will be provided!

The UA Law Wills for Heroes Pro Bono Organization will hold its first meeting on Tuesday, February 19, from 12:15 - 1:00 p.m. in CC-111. If you would like to get involved with the community, give back to those who help protect us every day, network with the Young Lawyers Division, and gain some practical legal experience in the area of wills and probate - then Wills for Heroes is the club for you! We hope to see you there.

The Asian American Law Students Association (AALSA) is having a meeting on Thursday February 21, in CC-111 from 12:15 - 1:15. We will be discussing upcoming events including fundraisers, a Spring conference, and a project we are working on with Professor Chin. Everyone is welcome to attend! Hope to see you there. If you are unable to attend but would like to get involved please email Jenilee at

To All Law Students, Faculty, and Staff:  You are invited to attend the next general meeting for the Law Students Against Death Penalty, where we will also be presenting informational teach-in materials on the issue. Please join us Thursday, February 28, 2008 @ 12:20 in Room CC108. If you have any questions, email Christie Green at

Community Service Board Tucson Zoo Project. There are still spaces available for Tucson Zoo volunteers this Saturday , February 23, from 9:00 a.m. - Noon at the Reid Park Zoo. Although the zoo has other volunteers, this is our first project with them. We will be doing maintenance-type work such as painting, raking and clean-up throughout the public areas of the zoo (not the enclosures!). Typically, the Community Service Board focuses on “human-centric” community service, but this month we will turn our focus to non-human animals. We will meet at the law school at 8:15 a.m. and then head over to the zoo. To sign up, please e-mail Martha Fenn at

The State Bar of Arizona Animal Law Section is co-sponsoring “Animal Law Year in Review,” a half-day CLE program at the State Bar’s Tucson office on Thurs., Feb. 21, 2008 from noon - 4:15pm. Law student registration is only $20 (to cover cost of printed materials). Topics will include:  cruelty/dogfighting (the Michael Vick case); juvenile cases; breed bans; possession limits; neighbor disputes; recent changes in leash laws; estate planning/animal standing (Leona Helmsley’s pet trust); no-kill shelters/adoptions (Ellen Degeneres adoption issue); negligent animal deaths (K-9 death in Phoenix); and emergency evacuation (the California fires). For more information or to register, contact Amy Ihrke at the State Bar (520-623-9944 or

Volunteers Needed to Write Biographies for “Women Lawyers - Women Leaders” Arch in the UA Women's Plaza of Honor. Located on the UA campus, west of Centennial Hall, the Women’s Plaza of Honor is a lovely space celebrating the accomplishments of extraordinary women trail blazers. While enjoying that space, visitors can read the biographies of those amazing women on a computerized kiosk. The “Women Lawyers - Women Leaders” Arch will be officially unveiled at AWLA’s Wine & Cheese Party for law students on Friday, April 4. Volunteers are needed to write 2-3 page biographical narratives of the honorees, and will be given an opportunity to interview their assigned honoree if desired. To volunteer, please contact Dean Paula Nailon (

Apply for the 2008 - 2009 FAFSA NOW to be considered for all types of continuing aid, including NEED and MERIT based SCHOLARSHIPS, for next academic year and work study for this summer. For further information go to the financial aid web page How to Apply. Any questions, please contact Kim Marlow at or 626-8101.


Monday, 2/18 International Law Society Speaker
  Lawrence Harrison, Fletcher School, Tufts University
  “Culture Matters, Culture Changes”
  12:15 p.m., CC-111
  Student Enrichment Forum
  Professor Barnes, “Studying Affirmative Action Affirmatively”
  12:15 - 1:00 p.m., CC-116
  (Space is limited. Please come only if you have signed up.)
Tuesday, 2/19 UA Law Wills for Heroes Pro Bono Organization Meeting
  12:15 - 1:00 p.m., CC-111
Wednesday, 2/20 LCJSP Speaker
  Sam Hill (2L), “My Experiences in the U.S. Border Patrol”
  12:15 p.m., CC-110
Thursday, 2/21 Asian American Law Students Association (AALSA) Meeting
  12:15 - 1:15 p.m., CC-111
Saturday, 2/23 Community Service Board Tucson Zoo Project
  Reid Park Zoo, 9:00 a.m. - Noon
  (Volunteers will meet in front of Corleone’s at 8:15 a.m.)


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