In this issue...
Dear Alumni and Friends:
I hope this message finds you and those close to you safe and healthy
in the new year.
As we start this new semester, the
tragic situation unfolding in Haiti reminds us that challenges can
come not only from terrorist attacks but from natural disasters as well. A
public television documentary showing a groundbreaking counter-terrorism
simulation which was held as an experiential learning exercise at the law school
in October will air tomorrow night (Thursday, January 21at 7:30
p.m. on WFYI 1, 20DT). We believe there are many lessons for public officials
and for all of us in the challenging questions our students faced during that
exercise----lessons that may be useful in a variety of circumstances in the
future, including natural disasters. I hope you will be able to watch this exciting documentary.
Gary R. Roberts
Dean and Professor of Law
Nobel Prize Winner Ostrom's Work Appeared in Indiana Law Review: Elinor Ostrom's article Conserving the World's Forests: Are Protected Areas the Only Way?, appeared in the 2005 Symposium issue of the Indiana Law Review
(38 Ind. L. Rev. 595). Professor Ostrom is the 2009 Nobel Memorial Prize co-winner in Economic Sciences. [Read more...] WFYI Documentary on Counter-terrorism Simulation at Law School Airs Thursday, January 21st:
Tough Decisions: Defending the Homeland
is a compelling documentary that takes viewers behind-the-scenes during a groundbreaking simulation of terrorism in Indiana's capital city. Produced by WFYI in partnership with the Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Tough Decisions
chronicles the minute-by-minute response as law students role-play government and civilian officials attempting to deal with sometimes faulty or incomplete information in an unfolding terrorist attack. [Read more...
IU Law-Indianapolis Ranks 44 in the Nation by Super Lawyers Magazine
: In the first annual ranking of U.S. law
schools by Super Lawyers
magazine, the law school ranked 44th, one place behind Notre Dame, based on the number of graduates who are selected for inclusion in the magazine across the country. [Read more...
Law School Alumni Honored at Diversity in Practice
The Indiana Lawyer
annual Diversity in Practice event at the Conrad in downtown Indianapolis. Jimmie "Tic Tac" McMillian, '02, received the Diversity in Practice award for the attorney category. Abhishek Dubé, '09 was one of three students selected for the Diversity in Practice award. [Read more...
Law School Welcomes Veteran IP Litigator to Direct IP Center:
John R. Schaibley, III has joined the law school as Executive Director of the school's Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation. Schaibley is retiring from Baker & Daniels after more than 25 years of litigation experience. [Read more...
Ida Coleman Lamberti, '92 Receives Randall T. Shepard Award:
Ida Coleman Lamberti, '92, received the Randall T. Shepard Award for excellence in Pro Bono Publico
during the 2009 Randall T. Shepard Award Dinner on Friday, November 6 at the Hyatt Regency in Indianapolis. [Read more...
January 21, 2010 |
Documentary on WFYI Public Television
Tough Decisions: Defending the Homeland
A documentary produced by WFYI
in collaboration with the IU School of Law - Indianapolis
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Station: WFYI 1 (Channel 20)
Questions? Call Elizabeth Allington at 317-278-3038
Tough Decisions: Defending the Homeland is a compelling documentary that takes viewers behind-the-scenes during a groundbreaking simulation of terrorism in Indiana's capital city.
February 12, 2010 Winter College
Ft. Myers, Florida
RSVP to Yvonne Owens at 317-274-5063 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2.0 Hours Indiana CLE credit (pending approval)
Join fellow alumni and friends at the Alumni Association's Winter College
February 12-14, 2010. Hear world-class professors lead a variety of class lectures on the theme of the "Power of One" in beautiful Ft. Myers, Florida.
For more information, please contact Stefan Davis at 317-274-2317 or email@example.com
"Making Money & Making a Difference: Can Law Help the Social Entrepreneur Transform the World?
Professor Antony Page
"The Power of One U.S. Supreme Court Case: Plyer v. Doe
Professor María Pabón López
February 27, 2010 Phi Delta Phi EventLaw Revue Talent Show
Featuring talented performers from the law school
5:00 p.m. - midnight
Rapheal Orgeta at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info about Phi Delta Phi, visit their website at: http://www.pdpindy.org/.
March 4, 2010 Women's Caucus Auction
Hosted by the Women's Caucus student group
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Contact: Katie Crebo at email@example.com
March 6, 2010 Equal Justice Works EventSecond Annual Public Interest Recognition Dinner
Keynote speaker: Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller
Indiana History Center
Celebrate, Commemorate, Contribute
Coming soon! The law school will be launching
a new brick campaign to celebrate
Inlow Hall's 10th Anniversary (2001-2011). Alumni and
friends of the school who donate to
this campaign will be able to have an inscription placed on either a brick or a paver in
the Inlow Hall courtyard. Watch for more information in the mail and on our website. If you have questions, call Jake
Manaloor ('03), Associate Director
for Contracts, Grants and Fundraising, at 317-278-9745 or e-mail at
John E. Eisele, '68
Randall K. Craig, '75
Paul Mannweiler, '75
Karl L. Mulvaney, '77
Karen Dow, '79
Charles F. Pratt, '79
Kevin McGoff, '80
Lacy Johnson, '81
Stephen Hipfel, '82
Claire E. Lewis, '82
Deborah J. Shook, '82
Steven M. Crell, '88
Nancy Dameron-Frazier '92
Jeffrey Salmon, '92
Richard Blailock, '97
Todd J. Meyer, '97
Amy K. Noe, '00
Martin Zivitz, '00
Kori L. McOmber, '01
Joshua T. Robertson, '01
Angela Imel, '02
Paul Jefferson, '02
Jimmie L. McMillian, '02
Heather Wysong Zaiger, '02
Kimberly Richardson, '06
Christie Bodnar Swiss, '06
Theresa Parish, '08
Professor Allison Martin's Work Showcased at Legal Writing Conference in Pittsburgh: The First "Colonial Frontier" Legal Writing Conference, "Engendering Hope in the Legal Writing Classroom: Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Attitude," held on December 5, 2009, was built around the article co-authored by IU School of Law - Indianapolis Clinical Associate Professor Allison D. Martin. [Read more...]|
New Book by Professor López Examines the Intersecting Crises of Public Education and Immigration Policy in the U.S.: Professor María Pabón López has co-authored a new book that examines how the children of undocumented migrants in the U.S. are trapped at the intersection of two systems in crisis: the public education system and the immigration law system. [
Tort Reform as Part of Health Care Reform? Professor Kinney Discusses the Topic on National News: Professor Eleanor DeArman Kinney talks with ABC Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Tim Johnson during a Good Morning America Health segment about the issue of medical malpractice in the context of the health care reform efforts.[
Prof Quigley Speaks at Ohio Northern University Regarding the 'War on Terror': Visiting Professor Fran Quigley will speak on "International law and Ethics in America's 'War on Terror': Torture, Renditions, and the Predator Program." [Read more...]
Professor Cole's Book Translated into Chinese: Professor Dan Cole's 2002 book Pollution and Property was translated into Chinese and published as a joint publication between Cambridge University Press and Peking University Press. [Read more...]
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