Please join us on Wednesday, September 2 at 12:15 p.m. in Room 134 for an informative presentation on judicial clerkships. Michael Altvater and Elizabeth Davis will be at the Law School to speak about their experiences with applying and interviewing for clerkships, what judges look for and what it’s like to be a judge’s law clerk. A valuable presentation for all students who might ever want to work for a judge. We strongly encourage all students to attend. Food will be served.
If you are interested in renting one of the lockers in the Law School Basement, please see the Cashier’s Office in Simmons Hall.
The pricing information that the Cashier’s Office has provided is as follows:
1 year (beginning in Fall semester only): $10
1 semester (beginning in Spring semester only): $7
If you return your lock at the end of your rental period: $3 refund
Not having to carry all of your books all of the time: Priceless
All lockers must be cleaned out at the end of the rental period, and cannot be rented over the summer. The University’s Locking Systems Personnel will unlock all lockers at the end of Fall semester, after Final Exams, and empty any remaining items (placed in the lost & found at the reception desk). All locks will then be reassigned. The date of this clean-out will be determined and announced before Final Exams begin.
Interested in knowing more about employee pension and health plans? Join our program…
September 10, 2009
7:30 AM – Breakfast (generously provided by The Principal Financial Group)
8:00-9:00 AM – Scott Campbell
9:00-10:00 AM – ERISA Hot Topic Panel Presentation
Location: University Martin Center, 105 Fir Hill St.
Scott Campbell, Supervisory Benefits Advisor for the Employee Benefits Security Administration U.S. Department of Labor, will discuss how to prepare for a Department of Labor audit and how to avoid being selected for an audit. Mr. Campbell’s presentation will be followed by an ERISA Hot Topic Panel Presentation, covering fee disclosure, education v. advice, and Qualified Default Investment Alternatives.
Three students may attend free, by being selected from a random drawing. To enter the drawing for free registration, submit your name, e-mail address and telephone number no later than Sept. 4 to Michele Novachek in the Office of External Programs (email@example.com). All are welcome to pay the $50 registration fee to attend.
For more information and for paid registration, visit: www.uakron.edu/continuinged.
If you ever arrive early or attempt to enter the Law School late, and the doors are not unlocked at a time that our posted building hours define the building as “open,” please attempt to enter using the Wolf Ledges Entrance to West Hall. This door is controlled electronically and is programmed to be open according to the building hours.
Here are next year’s officers:
President Kristina Melomed
Vice-President Jessica Severt
Treasurer Rose Semple
Secretary Whitney Jones Moore
Historian Takeita Wilkerson
A HUGE Thank You! to Kerry Hageman-Froelich, Branden Dickerson, and Laura Brady, our graduating officers this year, for their dedication to LAW. You will be missed!