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This VA Education Benefits HOW TO reference tool was designed for Active duty service members, Veterans, Reservists, Guard members, and Dependents for quick access to a whole host of GI Bill …

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  • 1.  
  • 2. ANCESTORS: Photo Exhibit in Gallery
    • Thirty William Mitchell faculty and staff are sharing images of their ancestors in a new photo exhibit on display Jan. 25-April 2, 2010 in the first-floor Gallery at the law school.
  • 3. From C Minus to Straight A’s in One Semester “It happened to me, it can happen to you”
    • Secrets of Successful Law School Exam Preparation
    • April 15, 2010
    • Noon–12:30pm Room 223 and 5:30pm–6pm Room 319
    • Professor Peter Erlinder, a law school dropout who had to learn how to learn the law
    • Perspective PLP credit and pizza
  • 4. Student Position Available
    • The library is looking for students to work as student circulation assistants Fall 2010.
    • Evening and weekend shifts especially.
    • Must be work study eligible!
    • Pick up an application at the circulation desk today!
    • Ayanna Muata- [email_address] or
    • 651-290-6429
  • 5.
    • The Public Health Implications of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
    • The Public Health Law Center invites you to a session on the topic of sexual assault and domestic violence as a public health issue.
    • Thursday, May 13
    • 8:30 - 10 a.m., William Mitchell, Kelley Boardroom
    • Email publichealthlaw@wmitchell.edu to register
    • 1.0 CLE
  • 6.
    • World Without Genocide at William Mitchell offers 6 externships/internships and a work-study position this fall.
    • Check the Docket, Mitchellaneous, and Symplicity for details or contact Dr. Ellen Kennedy, Executive Director, 952-693-5206, [email_address]
  • 7. Student Position Available
    • William Mitchell Law Review Operations Manager position available. 
    • Please see The Docket and Career Services for job specifics and how to apply. Or contact Patricia Furlong at [email_address] for more information.
  • 8. VIDEO OF THE WRITING LAB WORKSHOPS NOW AVAILABLE!
    •  
    • Check the Academic Achievement Blackboard
    • page for the links. 
    •  
    • Self-enroll now.
  • 9. Senior Summation: Celebrate the end … and the beginning
    • Monday, March 15, 2010 in the Auditorium
    • Come any time between 3 and 6 pm
  • 10. WELCOME!
    • Natasha Frost
    • Public Health Law Center, Staff Lawyer
  • 11. WELCOME!
    • Brooke Nunn
    • Public Health Law Center, Health Educator
  • 12. Security Escorts
    • Available up to 30 minutes before building closing time
    • 6 blocks with van or 3 walking blocks
    • Call (651) 290-6330
  • 13. NATIONAL HEALTHCARE DECISIONS DAY
    •  
    • Friday, April 16, 2010
    • 9 am – 6 pm, Kelley Boardroom
    • Complete your advance health care directive form with free assistance from Mitchell students and volunteer attorneys.
  • 14. Job posting: William Mitchell Law Review operations manager
    • Contact Patricia Furlong at [email_address] for more information.
  • 15. New Library Exhibit
    • In honor of William Mitchell's 110th anniversary, the Library Art Committee is pleased to announce a photo and art exhibit, "Open Doors: An Architectural History of William Mitchell College of Law," celebrating the school's history and rich heritage.
  • 16. New Library Exhibit
    • In honor of William Mitchell's 110th anniversary, the Library Art Committee is pleased to announce a photo and art exhibit, "Open Doors: An Architectural History of William Mitchell College of Law," celebrating the school's history and rich heritage.
  • 17. Public Health Law in the Trenches: United States v. Philip Morris
      • Friday, Feb. 19
      • 8 - 8:45 a.m.
      • Kelley Boardroom
    • Sharon Eubanks, J.D., discusses the historic case
    • which illustrates the role of law in protecting public
    • health and is instructive to policymakers, health
    • advocates, and attorneys who strive to change policy
    • and to improve the public’s health.
  • 18. On-line REGISTRATION for Summer & Fall 2010!
    • April 13, 14, 15
    • (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
    • Schedules will be posted on Monday, March 29 th .
  • 19. Is a Judicial Clerkship for You?
    • Judicial Clerkship Panel and Reception
    • Wednesday, March 10, 4:30 pm
    • in the Auditorium
    • Register in Symplicity
  • 20. Is a Judicial Clerkship for You?
    • Meet Court of Appeals Judge and WMCL Graduate Matt Johnson
    • Monday, April 5, Noon-1 pm in Room 319
    • Register in Symplicity
  • 21. Is a Judicial Clerkship for You?
    • How to Apply for a Clerkship
    • Monday, April 12, 4:30-5:30 pm
    • in Room 319
    • Register in Symplicity