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Wednesday, September 3
PM
1:00 Welcome Week Ice Cream Social for Students
Thursday, September 4
PM
1:00 Faculty Workshop: Presentation by Professor Robert Sloane, "The Sad, Quiet Death of Missouri v. Holland"
Monday, September 8
PM
1:00 Stone Moot Court Info Session
Tuesday, September 9
PM
1:00 Nuts & Bolts of Judicial Clerkships
3:00 Office of Career Development and Public Service Fall Open House
Thursday, September 11
PM
1:00 Faculty Workshop: Presentation by Professor Kevin Outterson, "Repairing the Broken Market for Innovation to Treat Infectious Diseases"
Friday, September 12
AM
9:00 Hispanic National Bar Association Career Fair
Monday, September 15
PM
1:00 Constitution Day Special Event, "Questions Raised by Ferguson: Exploring Constitutional Rights Related to Search, Seizure, and the 4th Amendment"
Tuesday, September 16
PM
3:00 Pursuing Public Interest: What about my student debt?
Thursday, September 18
PM
1:00 Faculty Workshop: Presentation by Scott Hershovitz, U. of Michigan Law School Professor, "The Expressive Function of Tort Law"
4:30 Public Interest Orientation
5:30 Law Student Welcome Reception
6:30 Law Student Reception and Mentor Auction
Friday, September 19
PM
2:30 Sumner M. Redstone Building Dedication
Monday, September 22
PM
12:00 Lunch and Individual Advising with Pamela Jones Harbour, Former Federal Trade Commissioner and Partner, BakerHostetler (DC and NY)
1:00 Demystifying Corporate Law
Tuesday, September 23
PM
3:00 CLE-Employment Law Basics:What Every Lawyer Should Know
4:00 U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas
Wednesday, September 24
PM
6:00 Reception Welcoming Visiting Attorney-Scholars from Latin America
Thursday, September 25
PM
1:00 Faculty Workshop: Presentation by Paul Gugliuzza, "Patent Preemption"
3:00 JDs in Debt: What Law Students and Lawyers Need to Know about Managing Student Loans & Earning Public Service Loan Forgiveness
 
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