In this issue...
Dear Alumni and Friends:
I hope you enjoyed the Winter edition of our award-winning IU Law-Indianapolis Alumni Magazine
. In this edition of our e-newsletter, you will find just a
sampling of the phenomenal work our faculty and students engage in every
day, not to mention the enormous impact our alumni have on Indiana and
beyond. I encourage you to take advantage of the many activities
taking place here at our school located in the heart of Indiana's
business and government sectors. Many of our lectures and programs
also provide free or low-cost CLE credit.
If you are able to attend one of this Spring's events, I look forward to seeing you soon.
Gary R. Roberts
Dean and Professor of Law
March 3, 2011|
Cutting the Fuse: Moving Beyond the War on
Speaker: Professor Robert Pape, University of
Lecture: 5:30 p.m., Wynne Courtroom
Reception: 6:45 p.m., Conour Atrium
Hall, 530 W. New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Shaun Ingram at 317-278-4789 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CLE: 1.3 Hours of credit (no fee, registration required)
Register on line
March 8, 2011
Operation L.A.W.S. (Law Alumni Working with Students)
"Damages: A Simulated Interdisciplinary Learning Experience for Attorneys,
Doctors, Dentists, and Social Workers"
Speaker: CLE Program and Networking Reception
Time: 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100) and Conour Atrium,
Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Danny Kibble at email@example.com
CLE: 2.0 Hours
March 24, 2011
Award Lecture / Indiana Health Law Review Symposium
for Drug Safety
Speaker: Professor Alta Charo, University of
Time: Noon - 2:45
Location: Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York Street,
Contact: Carsandra Knight at (317) 274-1912
CLE: 2.5 Hours
Details and registration.
March 25, 2011
National Energy Security: Challenges and
Opportunities for the Midwest
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100), Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Kyle P. Cline at (317) 278-4723 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-hosts: Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy, Purdue School of Engineering
and Technology at IUPU; Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, Environmental Policy Forum;
along with the Environmental Law Society & Energy Law Association
April 1, 2011
Indiana Law Review Symposium
"What If? Counterfactuals in Constitutional
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100), Inlow Hall, 530
West New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Amanda Mulroony at email@example.com
April 8, 2011
Alumnae Network Event
Outstanding Alumna of the Year Award Luncheon
Honoring: Bette J. Dodd, '83, Director, Lewis & Kappes
Also honoring Women's Caucus
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Shaun Ingram at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-278-4789
April 9, 2011
Equal Justice Works
Annual Public Interest Award Dinner
Keynote speaker: Justice Theodore R. Boehm, Former Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court
Honoring: Gil Holmes,'99; Brita Horvath, '02; Hon. David Shaheed,'84
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Conour Atrium, Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Erin Romer at
Denise K. LaRue, '89 Selected as Magistrate Judge by Federal
District Judges in the Southern District: LaRue was chosen to fill
the newest magistrate judge position created in the Southern District of
Indiana. She was a cum laude graduate of the law school who has practiced
employment law since 1994. Full story...
Student-run Legal Aid Services Looking for Volunteers:
recently founded Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic Legal Services
(IU-SOC) harnesses the volunteer power of students from the law school, as well
as the Indiana University School of Medicine, Butler College of Pharmacy, and
Indiana University School of Social Work, providing free legal service to the
local communities of Indianapolis. Full story...
Prof. Magliocca's New Book on William Jennings Bryan Debuts
in May: The Tragedy of William Jennings Bryan: Constitutional Law and the
Politics of Backlash (Yale University Press) tells a story about constitutional
transition that is especially relevant in the midst of the debate between
President Obama and the Tea Party. Full
IU Law - Indianapolis and Boston College
Law School Team Up for Chinese Law Summer Program at Renmin University in
Beijing: The Chinese Law Summer Program at IU Law-Indianapolis has entered
into a collaboration agreement with the China Summer Program at Boston College
Law School. Students in Boston College's China Summer Program will participate
in the summer study abroad program that the IU-Indianapolis law school operates
at Renmin University of China Law School in Beijing. Full story...
Members of Law School Community Join Forces at Public
Interest Event Focusing on Leadership in the Fight for Social Justice: Emily Benfer, '05, Professor Florence
Roisman, and students from IU Law - Indianapolis spoke at and attended this
year's Amaker Public Interest Law Retreat in Chicago. Full story...
Professor Cole Quoted on the Need for Climate Change
Measures: Professor Dan Cole's comments
appear in an article entitled, " Revised
data show feds understate climate costs: Preliminary analysis suggests impacts
from climate change could run twice as high as previous estimates, potentially
giving regulators more firepower to justify emissions-cutting regulations" (The
Daily Climate). Full story...
Recent Law Graduate Sworn in as Deputy Attorney General for
Victim Assistance Program: Called to serve, new Deputy AG, Michelle Bumgarner,
'10, brings personal insight and enthusiasm to public service. Full story...
Professor Page's Scholarship Cited in Mass. Supreme Court
Case on First Amendment Rights and Securities Regulation: Leading constitutional law expert, Lawrence
Tribe, cited Professor Antony Page's article, Taking Stock of the First Amendment's
Application to Securities Regulation in an oral argument before the high court
of Massachusetts. Full story...
Professor Waterhouse Participates in White House Forum on
Environmental Justice: Professor Carlton Waterhouse was invited to attend the
White House Forum on Environmental Justice on December 15. The event brought
together environmental justice community leaders, state, local and tribal
government officials, Cabinet members, and other senior Federal officials. Full story...
Experts from the Hall Center for Law and Health to
Participate in Washington Healthcare Summit:
Hall Center co-director, Professor David Orentlicher participated in
a panel discussion on health care reform litigation at the American Bar
Association's Healthcare Summit. The
panel on December 7 in Washington D.C. was moderated by the Hall Center's
Director of Research and Projects, Priscilla D. Keith, '93. Full story...
Robert Wagner, '67
Ellen Podger, '76
Caryl Dill, '77
Charles Barbieri, '80
Martha Starkey, '81
John Trimble, '81
MaryEllen Kiley Bishop, '82
Jarrell B. Hammond, '82
Deborah Farmer, '83
James Kiefer, '85
Gary Sechrist, '85
Barbara Crawford, '87
Deeta Steinmetz, '87
Mary Foley Panzi, '88
Paje Felts, '91
Stephen Key, '94
Christine Rew Bardon, '95
Dina M. Cox, '95
Theodore "Todd" Rokita, '95
Kevin Tessier, '96
Melissa Ford, '98
Stephen Creason, '00
Catherine Michael, '00
Anne Ricchiuto, '05
Isaac "Ike" Willett, '05
Jonathan Burns, '06
L. Taylor Hall, '07
Seth Zirkle, '08
Abhishek Dube, '09
Jennifer R. Tudor, '09
Kayla Britton, '10
Duane Marks, '10
David Schmitt, '10
Professor Bravo Participates in Symposium on State
Sovereignty in Today's World: Professor Karen E. Bravo discussed her research
on Challenges to Caribbean Sovereignty in a Globalizing World at the symposium
Sovereignty in Today's World, organized by the Journal of International Law of
the Michigan State University College of Law. Full story...|
Professor Boyne Participates in Comparative Law Event at Yale: Professor Shawn Boyne's paper "The Many
Faces of Objectivity: A Look at German Sexual Assualt Cases" was one of
six papers discussed at the 6th annual Comparative Law Workshop at Yale School
of Law on February 11-12. Full story...
Professor Hill Speaks at Black History Month Program on the
Role of Courts in Our Democracy: On
February 15 at Martin University in downtown Indianapolis, Professor Hill joined Judge Sarah Evans
Barker and Judge David Dreyer for a discussion entitled "We the people or
we the courts?" Full story...
Law Faculty Gather in San Francisco, Professor López
Presents on Diversity at the AALS:
Professor María Pabón López spoke on Law
School Diversity in a Post-Racial World on Jan. 7 at the Association of
American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting.Professors George E. Edwards and Andrew Klein were also be in attendance
at the meeting for administrative roles. Full story...
Professor Dannenmaier Speaks at Symposium for Tomorrow's
Leaders: Professor Eric Dannenmaier spoke on food and energy security issues
at the Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tommorow's Leaders on December 11. Full
More Faculty News...
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