SBA Newsletter-February 17

s | b | a CHICAGO-KENT STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION

THIS WEEK:

DALSA Food Sale February 17!

ACLU General Meeting February 18!

Christian Legal Society Meeting February 18!

CBA Gatsby February 20!

Cannabis Law February 22!

Student Events:

LEP

Judicial Externship applications are due Wednesday, February 19!

Judge Gottschall has also been added to the application!

Any questions please contact Suzanne Blaz at sblaz

Library

From the Law Library:

The Law Library will host Got Skills? Online Study Aids on Wednesday, February 19, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. outside the cafeteria on the 3rd floor.

In 1 minute, learn about a new collection of online study aids, free for Chicago-Kent students to download on a computer or apps. It includes outlines, flash cards, case briefing and exam help!

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A Library Contest for CK Students

How do I Win?

Complete the Procertas Word Brief module and you’ll automatically be entered into monthly drawings for Starbucks Gift Cards!

Who can participate?

All Chicago-Kent students may enter. The Word Brief module is especially helpful for 1Ls!

Contest ends at 5:00 pm on 4/27/2020.

If you don’t have your Procertas login, you can contact dginsberg to ask for access.

See our library blog for more information: http://blogs.kentlaw.iit.edu/library/2020/01/libraryraffle2020/

CK-Law Mindful Yoga

Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30 pm on the 7th floor. Bring your own mat!

If you are a 1L or 2L Yoga Instructor and interested in joining the incredible instructors-Meg and Akshita, please contact Bridget Murphy at bmurphy7

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DALSA

Comfort Food Sale

DALSA will have a comfort food sale on Monday, February 17 outside the SPAK on the 3rd floor from 11am-4pm.

We will be selling food that we find comforting. We will also have a WiiU to play Super Smash Brothers and/or Mario Kart to help people relax.

Please stop by!

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ACLU

Come to the ACLU’s general meeting in Room 583, Tuesday, February 18th from 12pm-1pm.

CLS

Do you like free food? Do you like free speech?

Join the Christian Legal Society at Noon on February 18th in Room 270 for a discussion on “The Fight for Free Speech in Millennium Park.”

Panda Express will be provided!

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CBA

Get ready to be transported back to the Roaring 20’s, when jazz was playing, the market was booming, and flappers danced at every speakeasy in town! Join Young Lawyers Section at “Gatsby’s Speakeasy,” our 13th annual casino night fundraiser benefiting The Chicago Bar Foundation.

Enjoy an evening of table games, a Texas Hold’em Tournament, food and drink at the School of the Art Institute of Chicano (112 S. Michigan Ave.) on Thursday, February 20th at 6 pm.

Proceeds from the evening support the CBF’s work in Chicago’s legal community to make the justice system more fair and accessibly for everyone.

Click here to purchase tickets.
$125 for casino pass.

$150 for all access pass.

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ISBA

The Illinois State Bar Association as hosting a Speed Networking Event on February 28 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Chicago Regional Office on 20 S. Clark St., Suite 900.

There will be wine!!

Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door.

Any questions please contact Ryan Suniga at ryansuniga

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Voting Access Chicago: Ensure the Right to Vote; Pro Bono Opportunity for the March Primary Election

Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Room: TBD (at Chicago-Kent College of Law)

RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to ensure American’s with Disability Act (ADA) accessibility at as many as 1400 polling places throughout Chicago on Primary Day, March 17th. This is a great volunteer opportunity.

During this training held at Chicago-Kent you will learn how to:

Inspect polling places on Election Day for ADA accessibility

Use an upgraded app on your own smart phone or tablet to send in the results of your inspections. Survey on your own or with a partner.

Pledge your choice of 4 or 8 hours with flexible start/end times between 6am – 7pm on Tuesday, March 17th (please note this is during Chicago-Kent’s Spring Break week; and the date coincides with St. Patrick’s Day)

Volunteers RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Voting Access Chicago is an initiative of Equip for Equality, Illinois’ leading disability rights organization, in partnership with the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and many partner law schools, law firms, and corporations. Our goal is simple:

To ensure that Chicago’s 460,000 older adults and people with disabilities can vote at their local polling places – like everyone else!

This project with make the promise of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Help America Vote Act a reality by ensuring everyone can vote.

This session at Chicago-Kent is sponsored by: Disability Advocacy Law Student Association (DALSA), the Student Bar Association, American Constitution Society, and Kent Justice Foundation – with the support of the Career Services Office/Public Interest Program.

FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!

Any questions please contact Michelle Vodenik at mvodenik

Cannabis Law Society

On Saturday February 22, CLS is hosting a half-day cannabis industry conference with Illinois Women in Cannabis. (Not just for women!)

IL Senator Celina Villanueva is Keynote Speaker.

Fox Rothschild, Reed Smith, Locke Lord, Benesch, Thomas Colburn, and in-house attorneys will teach CLE-accredited courses. You can also attend for free as a volunteer – email cannabislawsociety if interested.

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BLSA

BLSA is hosting our second annual Black History Month- Art Showcase entitled: "My Black is Beautiful 2."

Please come hear from our talented singers and poets.

Additionally, we will have painters and vendors. Food and wine will be served.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS FAIR

Come to the All-Certificate Programs Fair on Tuesday, March 10th, in Morris Hall from 4:15pm-5:15pm.

Food will be served!

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Voter Access Chicago: Pro Bono Opportunity for the March Primary Election

Voter Access Chicago: Ensure the Right to Vote; Pro Bono Opportunity for the March Primary Election

Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Room: C20
RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to ensure American’s with Disability Act (ADA) accessibility at as many as 1400 polling places throughout Chicago on Primary Day, March 17th. This is a great volunteer opportunity.

During this training held at Chicago-Kent you will learn how to:

· Inspect polling places on Election Day for ADA accessibility

· Use an upgraded app on your own smartphone or tablet to send in the results of your inspections

· Survey on your own or with a partner

· Pledge your choice of 4 or 8 hours with flexible start/end times between 6am – 7pm on Tuesday, March 17th (please note this is during Chicago-Kent’s Spring Break week; and the date coincides with St. Patrick’s Day)

Volunteers RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Voting Access Chicago is an initiative of Equip for Equality, Illinois’ leading disability rights organization, in partnership with the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and many partner law schools, law firms, and corporations. Our goal is simple: ensure that Chicago’s 460,000 older adults and people with disabilities can vote at their local polling places – like everyone else! This project with make the promise of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Help America Vote Act a reality by ensuring everyone can vote.

FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED

This session at Chicago-Kent is sponsored by: Disability Advocacy Law Student Association (DALSA), the Student Bar Association, American Constitution Society, and Kent Justice Foundation – with the support of the Career Services Office/Public Interest Program.

Find Your Valentine’s Day Match Now!

Don’t forget to find your Valentine’s Day match today with the Kent Justice Foundation’s Cupid’s Court Matchmaker!!
The results will be revealed tonight during the Lobby Committee gathering!

SBA Newsletter-February 10th

s | b | a CHICAGO-KENT STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION

THIS WEEK:

BLSA Panel February 10!

SBA & BLSA Kick-off February 13!

All-Bar Networking Event February 13!

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT:

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Huge congratulations to Annisha Arnold, Cristina McNeiley, Shawn Meyer, and Michael McGee as this team competed in the Midwest Black Law Student Association’s Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Competition. After a long fought battle this team made it to the final round and won first place becoming the newest Regional Champions. In addition to winning First Place, Annisha Arnold was awarded an individual award as Best Advocate earning a perfect score in her preliminary matchup. The team has advanced to the National Competition which will take place the first weekend of March.

Congratulations and best of luck at Nationals!

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Congratulations to Alex Rogers and Bryant Roby for taking third place in the Midwest Black Law Student Association’s Thurgood Marshall Moot Competition! They will compete at Nationals in early March.

Student Events:

Library

The Library is extending its hours!!

In response to students’ requests, Dean Krug initiated a conversation with the library to extend library hours. As a result, starting Tuesday, January 21, the library will close an hour later at 10:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday and will open an hour earlier at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays.

The new library hours will run on a trial basis for the 2020 spring semester.

Spring Semester Hours:

• Sunday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

• Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm

• Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

• Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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CK-Law Mindful Yoga

Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30 pm on the 7th floor. Bring your own mat!

If you are a 1L or 2L Yoga Instructor and interested in joining the incredible instructors-Meg and Akshita, please contact Bridget Murphy at bmurphy7

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BLSA

On Monday, February 10 BLSA will host 4 esteemed panelists for an evening of networking, food, and fun from 6-8 pm.

Guests include:

1. Circuit Court Judge and Appellate Court candidate- The Honorable Judge Sharon O. Johnson

2. Harvard Law graduate and owner of TGIN- Chris-Tia Donaldson

3. Doctor of Emergency Medicine- Abdullah Pratt, MD

4. Accountant and PwC Deals Professional- Ita Adebayo

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Any questions please contact Jewell Ewing at jewing1

SBA & BLSA

SBA & BLSA present the Spring Semester Kick-Off & the KJF Cupid Matchmaker!

Learn about these monthly socials with beer, wine and food!

Join us in the C-K Lobby from 6-8 pm on Thursday, February 13.

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CBA

The CBA Young Lawyers Division presentes the ALL BAR Networking Social & Fair on Thursday, February 13 from 5:30-8:30pm.

Tickets are $10 for the first 70 people, then $40 for the next 100 people!

Any questions please contact Eva Dickey at edickey

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ISBA

The Illinois State Bar Association as hosting a Speed Networking Event on February 28 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Chicago Regional Office on 20 S. Clark St., Suite 900.

There will be wine!!

Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door.

Any questions please contact Ryan Suniga at ryansuniga

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Voting Access Chicago: Ensure the Right to Vote; Pro Bono Opportunity for the March Primary Election

Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Room: TBD (at Chicago-Kent College of Law)

RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to ensure American’s with Disability Act (ADA) accessibility at as many as 1400 polling places throughout Chicago on Primary Day, March 17th. This is a great volunteer opportunity.

During this training held at Chicago-Kent you will learn how to:

Inspect polling places on Election Day for ADA accessibility

Use an upgraded app on your own smart phone or tablet to send in the results of your inspections. Survey on your own or with a partner.

Pledge your choice of 4 or 8 hours with flexible start/end times between 6am – 7pm on Tuesday, March 17th (please note this is during Chicago-Kent’s Spring Break week; and the date coincides with St. Patrick’s Day)

Volunteers RSVP here: www.equipforequality.org/VAC12

Voting Access Chicago is an initiative of Equip for Equality, Illinois’ leading disability rights organization, in partnership with the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners and many partner law schools, law firms, and corporations. Our goal is simple:

To ensure that Chicago’s 460,000 older adults and people with disabilities can vote at their local polling places – like everyone else!

This project with make the promise of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Help America Vote Act a reality by ensuring everyone can vote.

This session at Chicago-Kent is sponsored by: Disability Advocacy Law Student Association (DALSA), the Student Bar Association, American Constitution Society, and Kent Justice Foundation – with the support of the Career Services Office/Public Interest Program.

FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!

Any questions please contact Michelle Vodenik at mvodenik

SBA Newsletter-February 3, 2020

s | b | a CHICAGO-KENT STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION

THIS WEEK:

KJF Meeting February 4!

HLLSA Meeting February 4!

Judicial Externship Meeting February 5!

Student Events:

Library

The Library is extending its hours!!

In response to students’ requests, Dean Krug initiated a conversation with the library to extend library hours. As a result, starting Tuesday, January 21, the library will close an hour later at 10:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday and will open an hour earlier at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays.

The new library hours will run on a trial basis for the 2020 spring semester.

Spring Semester Hours:

• Sunday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

• Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm

• Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

• Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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CK-Law Mindful Yoga

Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30 pm on the 7th floor. Bring your own mat!

If you are a 1L or 2L Yoga Instructor and interested in joining the incredible instructors-Meg and Akshita, please contact Bridget Murphy at bmurphy7

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KJF

KJF General Meeting next Tuesday, February 4 at 1 pm in Room 580.

Pizza will be provided!!

HLLSA

Come to the HLLSA General Body Meeting on Tuesday, February 4 in Room C40 at Noon.

Food will be provided!!

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Judicial Externship Program

Learn about the Summer/Fall 2020 JEP on Wednesday, February 5 at 3 pm in Room 580!

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Apply for a Judicial Externship!

Judicial Externship-Chancery Division: Jack Shadid

Where did you extern and what sort of work did you get to do?

Cook County Chancery Division – attending motion calls, ask questions of judge following motion calls, wrote multiple bench memos

Why did you apply to this externship and how did it live up to expectations?

I wanted to spend some time in a courtroom. It exceeded expectations. The judge was awesome, the judge’s clerks were awesome, and I really liked the other law students I worked with.

Did the externship help you learn anything new about yourself?

I don’t know how much I learned about myself, but it definitely helped me improve my time management skills when it comes to completing legal writing assignments and made me very confident that I will be able to argue a motion or otherwise appear before a judge and plead my client’s case.

Did the externship change your perspective on the legal system?

The biggest lesson I took away from the experience is that bad attorneys exist; really bad attorneys exist. Some of the briefs we wrote were really bad, some of the attorneys appeared to be very unprepared when they were presenting their cases, and some people were just unprofessional when conducting their business in the courtroom.

The experience also helped to demystify the judicial process. Having sat through hours of motion calls and done the work necessary to write complete rulings on motions, I am much more comfortable with the process. When viewed as a whole it is very intimidating and seems very confusing. But in reality, the process is broken up into manageable pieces that come one at a time, for the most part. So, as a case makes its way through the process, there are a limited number of problems that need solved, questions that need answered, and actions that must be taken. It all seems so intuitive now, but absent the courtroom exposure, I don’t think I would be able to say the same thing.

Did the externship give you any further insight into what you would like to do after law school?

It made me more confident that I can be a competent litigator. I was pretty sure I wanted to do litigation work coming in, and I guess the experience affirmed that ambition.

What advice, if any, would you give to students contemplating a similar externship?

Spend as much time in the courtroom and judge’s chambers as possible. Get to know the judge and clerks as well as possible. I think a lot of the learning that goes on is almost effortless – just being there and paying attention is invaluable. You almost don’t realize your learning things until you find yourself in a conversation with lawyers and you find yourself understanding everything they are saying, even though none of it was ever covered in class.

Also, understand that the clerks and the judge are professional resources. I asked my judge to be a reference for a job that I applied for and he was more than happy to do it. Also, the clerks who I worked with are definitely people I would reach out to for advice or for networking connections. One of them in particular has similar interests to mine, and if I ever feel like she is able to introduce me to anyone or if I think she has perspective on something I will definitely reach out to her for help.

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Jack Shadid, 2L

BLSA

On Monday, February 10 BLSA will host 4 esteemed panelists for an evening of networking, food, and fun from 6-8 pm.

Guests include:

1. Circuit Court Judge and Appellate Court candidate- The Honorable Judge Sharon O. Johnson

2. Harvard Law graduate and owner of TGIN- Chris-Tia Donaldson

3. Doctor of Emergency Medicine- Abdullah Pratt, MD

4. Accountant and PwC Deals Professional- Ita Adebayo

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Any questions please contact Jewell Ewing at jewing1

ISBA

The Illinois State Bar Association as hosting a Speed Networking Event on February 28 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Chicago Regional Office on 20 S. Clark St., Suite 900.

There will be wine!!

Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door.

Any questions please contact Ryan Suniga at ryansuniga

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Student Bar Association Newsletter-January 27, 2020

s | b | a CHICAGO-KENT STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION

THIS WEEK:

Corporate Counsel Night January 30!

Student Events:

Library

The Library is extending its hours!!

In response to students’ requests, Dean Krug initiated a conversation with the library to extend library hours. As a result, starting Tuesday, January 21, the library will close an hour later at 10:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday and will open an hour earlier at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays.

The new library hours will run on a trial basis for the 2020 spring semester.

Spring Semester Hours:

• Sunday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

• Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm

• Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

• Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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CK-Law Mindful Yoga

Wednesdays from 11:30am-12:30 pm on the 7th floor. Bring your own mat!

If you are a 1L or 2L Yoga Instructor and interested in joining the incredible instructors-Meg and Akshita, please contact Bridget Murphy at bmurphy7

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Corporate Counsel Night

Come the Chicago-Kent Alumni Association, Career Services Office, Corporate Law Society, & Asian Pacific Law Students at the Corporate Counsel Night on Thursday, January 30 from 5:30 pm-7:30pm in Morris Hall on the 10th Floor.

Any questions please contact Christoper Martin at cmartin13

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5th Annual MLK Forum Thursday, January 23rd

Chicago-Kent Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Be sure to come through the auditorium this Thursday at 5:30pm to be a part of Chicago-Kent’s 5th Annual MLK Forum!
This year’s panel will focus on the topic of Equality Without Equity, A Roadblock to Justice.
A reception will follow the panel discussion. All are welcome!

See attached flyer for more details!

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WELCOME BACK-SBA Newsletter January 21

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THIS WEEK:

WELCOME BACK!

Impeachment Hearing January 21!

IPLS Event January 22!

ACS Event January 23!

Student Events:

SBA

The Impeachment Hearing will be available for viewing in the 2nd Floor of the Spak on Tuesday, January 21.

IPLS

Join IPLS and the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago at POT on Wednesday, January 22 from 6-7:30 pm for a panel discussion with a reception to follow!

TOPIC: IP ISSUES FOR THE NEW RECREATIONAL WEED INDUSTRY IN ILLINOIS.

Learn more and register here.

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ACS

Impeachment Trial 101

Thursday, January 23 at 12pm in Rm 270

Join ACS for a panel and an open forum discussion of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

Professors Schmidt, Hayman, and Shapiro will discuss the process and procedure in the Senate and will answer questions.

Lunch will be provided!

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CK-Law Mindful Yoga

Tuesdays from 12-1 pm on the 7th floor. Bring your own mat!

If you are a 1L or 2L Yoga Instructor and interested in joining the incredible instructors-Meg and Akshita, please contact Bridget Murphy at bmurphy7

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Come to the Corporate Counsel Night on Thursday, January 30 from 5:30 pm-7:30pm in Morris Hall on the 10th Floor.

Any questions please contact Christoper Martin at cmartin13

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