or her. In the extreme event that no one from your group can attend, please contact SBA Senate Finance Chair Buddy Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time to meet, discuss the new guidelines, and pick up the new materials. This meeting is essential to the smooth operation of the Finance Committee as it attempts to set the student group budgets for the Fall 2004 semester. In the event of questions or problems, please contact Buddy Burns at email@example.com
Administrative Committee Positions SBA is taking indications of interest from students interested in applying for the following positions available on WCL Administrative Committees for next year: 1 position on the Budget Committee; 2 positions on the Admission, Appointments, Pro Bono, Standards and Evaluations, and Library Committees; 3 positions on the Curriculum Committee; and a number of positions on the Orientation Committee. . If you are interested in applying for these positions, send an email to Arish Gajjar at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Lisa Lockwood at email@example.com no later than Friday, April 2, 2004. Please detail the committee(s) you are interested in serving on, your reasons for applying and three half-hour time slots during the week that you are available for a brief interview.
ALSA* PanAPA Inspire "Re-rallying Self-Invesntion" April 2-3, 2004 Washington College of Law This is a two-day conference with the purpose of inspiring and rallying Asian Pacific Americans towards proactively forging identity and effecting movement . PanAPA Inspire, seeks to demonstrate how the APA experience can be a liberation from constrained perspectives and recognizes that the APA identity transcends a mere proportional sum of the "Asian" and the "American." Speakers include: Frank Wu , Author of "Yellow" (There will be a book signing) John Yang , President of NAPABA Viet Dinh , Georgetown University Law Center Karen Narasaki , President of NAPALC Leti Volpp , Professor at American University Washington College of Law Anil Srivatsa , ImaginAsian TV Chris Fan , Hyphen Magazine Eric Kim , UPN TV Panel discussion topics include: APA Law & Advocacy Review Symposium Political Fusion: Harnessing and Driving the APA Agenda A New Face for TV: Programming Marketing & the APA Demographic Doing it APA Style: Sexuality and the American Media Panethnicity Voices Rising - students speak out PanAPA Role Models Please register at www.panapa.org *This event is supported by WCL ALSAs and organized by the 7 DC area law schools (American, Catholic, George Washington, Georgetown, U of Baltimore, U of Maryland, and UVA).
American Jurist The American Jurist will hold its last general interest meeting of the semester Thursday, April 1 from noon-1. Location TBA. Our deadline for the Poverty and the Law issue is April 15. Applications for the 2004-2005 editor in chief position are also due that day. Meet with us to learn more about contributing to the Jurist and to enjoy free pizza.