LAW STUDENT JOB POSTING

Student Liaison Correspondent for The Global Gavel beginning in Summer 2007! Are you an incoming 3L interested in international legal issues? Interested in further honing your legal writing and editing skills? Want to get published? Need some spare cash? Then email the Gavel’s editor-in-chief, Jacqueline Pruner,at eic@globalgavelnews.org.

April 19, 2007 SHOW ME THE MONEY CLE, Part II a Success!

The second of a series of CLEs entitled “SHOW ME THE MONEY” was held on April 19, 2007. The topic, entitled, “International Insolvency 101: Chapter 15 and Other Recent Developments” was presented by Mary Jo Heston, Partner, Lane Powell PC. The event was well attended, with 1.5 CLE Credits for Washington Attorneys and 1.8 CPE…

4th Annual Law Student Reception a Success!

The Fourth Annual Law Student Reception, held on April 4, 2007, was attended by 57 students and attorneys. The Honorable Richard B. Sanders gave a speech entitled “The War On Liberty” — a riveting and very timely presentation. In 1995, Justice Richard B. Sanders was first elected to the Supreme Court by special election. In…

April 19, 2007 SHOW ME THE MONEY CLE, Part II a Success!

The second of a series of CLEs entitled “SHOW ME THE MONEY” was held on April 19, 2007. The topic, entitled, “International Insolvency 101: Chapter 15 and Other Recent Developments” was presented by Mary Jo Heston, Partner, Lane Powell PC. The event was well attended, with 1.5 CLE Credits for Washington Attorneys and 1.8 CPE…

4th Annual Law Student Reception a Success!

The Fourth Annual Law Student Reception, held on April 4, 2007, was attended by 57 students and attorneys. The Honorable Richard B. Sanders gave a speech entitled “The War On Liberty” — a riveting and very timely presentation. In 1995, Justice Richard B. Sanders was first elected to the Supreme Court by special election. In…

ARCHIVED Our Spring 2007 E-Newsletter (vol. 2, no.2)

In this issue: Welcome From The Student Liaison Correspondent…………………………………………PAGE 1 New Congress Should Reform the Immigration System~ Karol Brown…………………………………………PAGE 2 Treaty Talk: The Prongs of Patent Compulsory License – When TRIPs Agreement Advocates for Competition~ Dr. Rita Coco…………………………………………PAGE 3 Unique Features of The Korean Legal System~Sang-Beom Hong………………………………………..…PAGE 5 Land Reform in Bolivia~ David B. Mendoza,…

ARCHIVED Our Spring 2007 E-Newsletter (vol. 2, no.2)

In this issue: Welcome From The Student Liaison Correspondent…………………………………………PAGE 1 New Congress Should Reform the Immigration System~ Karol Brown…………………………………………PAGE 2 Treaty Talk: The Prongs of Patent Compulsory License – When TRIPs Agreement Advocates for Competition~ Dr. Rita Coco…………………………………………PAGE 3 Unique Features of The Korean Legal System~Sang-Beom Hong………………………………………..…PAGE 5 Land Reform in Bolivia~ David B. Mendoza,…

April 19, 2007: SHOW ME THE MONEY CLE, Part II

SHOW ME THE MONEYInternational Insolvency 101: Chapter 15 and Other Recent Developments Speaker:Mary Jo Heston—Partner, Lane Powell PC Date/Time:Thursday, April 19, 2007/ 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m (Doors open at 11:45 a.m). Topic:International Insolvency 101: Chapter 15 and Other Recent Developments Ms. Heston will present an outline of the issues that practitioners may confront in…