Faculty/Staff Announcements

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Harris Institute launches a new blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda

The Harris Institute is proud to announce that it launched a new international law blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda: The law as it is, the law as it should be. It features commentary on issues of foreign affairs and international and comparative law, and will serve as a resource to Washington University, St. Louis, and the larger regional, national and global community. The inaugural posts highlight issues ranging from the Lubanga case before the International Criminal Court to testimony concerning police violence at the UN Committee Against Torture, stemming from the unrest in Ferguson. Entries will be written primarily by Washington University law professors, students, alumni and staff. If you are interested in contributing to this blog, please contact Harris Institute Fellow, Madaline George at madalinegeorge@wustl.edu. We are also pleased to announce Junko Nozawa as the winner of the blog naming competition. You can visit the blog at law.wustl.edu/harris/lexlata/.

Sponsoring Organization: Harris Institute
Contact Name: Madaline George
E-mail: madalinegeorge@wustl.edu
Website: http://law.wustl.edu/harris/lexlata/

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Sponsoring Organization: WashULaw
Contact Name: WashULaw
E-mail: lawweekly@wulaw.wustl.edu

Save the Date

 

2015 Women's Law Caucus Auction

Doors Open at 5:30 PM, Bidding Begins at 6:00 PM, Crowder Courtyard “A Night on the Sea” is the theme for the 2015 Women's Law Caucus (WLC) spring auction to benefit the Public Interest Stipend Program. Local businesses, WU Law faculty and students donate packages to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Come, bring friends and family, and enjoy an evening of food and drinks to help raise funds to support student public interest summer work. This gala event is the WLC's largest of the year! Attire is dressy business casual. RSVP at http://law.wustl.edu/forms/students/WLCauction.asp. For details on making donations to the Auction, volunteering for the event, or for additional information, please contact one of the Auction Chairs: Zoe Gross: zoejgross@wustl.edu or Mary Hershewe: mhershewe@wustl.edu.

Sponsoring Organization: Women's Law Caucus
Contact Name: Zoe J. Gross
E-mail: zoejgross@wustl.edu
Website: http://law.wustl.edu/forms/students/WLCauction.asp

 

Esperanto Brown Bag Presentation - January 26

12:00 PM, Seigle Hall, Detjen Seminar Room (No. 108E) The Harris Institute will commence this semester's Languages at Lunch Program with a brown bag Presentation on Esperanto, followed by French, Spanish, and German language tables on Mondays. Esperanto is a politically neutral global language that fosters peace and international understanding between people with different languages. Mr. Ron Glossop will spend part of the presentation teaching phrases in Esperanto. Bring your lunch; dessert and refreshments provided! ALL ARE WELCOME! As space is limited, kindly RSVP at HarrisInstitute@wustl.edu asap.

Sponsoring Organization: Harris Institute
Contact Name: Harris Institute
E-mail: HarrisInstitute@wustl.edu

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Campus-Wide Blood Drive - January 27

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Various locations McMillan Hall, McMillan Café, 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Danforth University Center (No. 276), 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Danforth University Center (No. 234), 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Medical School, Olin Gym, 9:00 AM – 4:-00 PM, Lopata Hall Gallery, 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM, South 40, College Hall, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM, West Campus (No. 350) Sign up today to donate blood or volunteer at Washington University’s campus-wide blood drive! Appointments are strongly encouraged. To schedule your donation, volunteer, or learn more, please visit www.blooddrive.wustl.edu.

Sponsoring Organization: WUSTL
Contact Name: Washington University
E-mail: lawweekly@wustl.edu
Website: www.blooddrive.wustl.edu