Women's Law Association Congratulations to the new Women's Law Association Executive Board!! Grace Pazdan (president), Juliette Niehuss (vice president), Liz Klein (secretary), Wendy McHood (treasurer).
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Professor Guttman is seeking a Research Assistant for a total of up to twenty hours per week. If you have an interest in Commercial Law and would like to prepare a casebook on Sales, please submit a copy of your transcript and a writing sample to Carolyn room 325 or place it in Professor Guttman’s mail box in room 465. This position may lead to summer employment.
The Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic is seeking Deans Fellows for the summer of 2004. Summer Deans Fellows will be expected to perform significant research and memoranda writing and otherwise assist with pending IP Clinic matters. They will also assist with the preparation of materials for next year's IP Clinic seminar.
The IP Clinic also expects to hire Deans Fellows to support Clinic activities during the academic year, and we would like to review applications from students interested in those positions. Academic-year Deans Fellows would principally provide support for the seminar simulation, including playing the roles of clients and witnesses.
If you are interested in a Deans Fellow position this summer and/or possibly for next year, please submit a cover note explaining your interest, a writing sample, and a copy of your resume to Earl Pierce, Senior Administrative Assistant, Room 417, as soon as possible. For further information, you may contact Vicki Phillips, 274-4078, email@example.com; Josh Sarnoff, 274- 4165,firstname.lastname@example.org; or Richard Ugelow, 274-4308, email@example.com.
Professor Ann Shalleck seeks a summer research assistant to work up to 20 hours per week on issues of feminist theory (particularly the history and theory of marriage), the lawyer-client relationship and family law. Please bring a resume and cover letter to Cecelia Friedman in room 417 by Friday, April 2, 2004 at 5:00 p.m.
The Women & the Law Clinic seeks summer dean’s fellows to work, under the supervision of clinic faculty, on ongoing clinic cases during the summer months. Work includes all aspects of client representation. Positions are available for 10-20 hours per week. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Professor Ann Shalleck or Cecelia Friedman, the administrative assistant for the Women & the Law Clinic, in room 417 or at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, April 9, 2004 at 5:00 p.m.
The Domestic Violence Clinic seeks a summer dean’s fellow to work on researching and developing materials relating to the Violence Against Women Act case work for the clinic. In addition, the dean's fellow may work on ongoing clinic cases, under the supervision of clinic faculty, during the summer months. Work includes all aspects of client representation. The position is available for 10-20 hours per week. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Professor Margaret Johnson or Cecelia Friedman, the administrative assistant for the Domestic