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Thursday, April 24th, 2014

End of Year Message from OSE

Office of Student Engagement
Monday, April 14th - Friday, April 25th
8:00 AM - 12:00 AM

As we prepare to wind down the semester, study for finals and then depart for the summer, please take heed of a few reminders from OSE. (1) Please do not leave your valuables/laptops unattended anywhere in the building while you are studying.(2) Be sure that your lock is fully locked on your locker before you walk away. If you are graduating, please remember to empty your locker & notify OSE, unless you request an extension for bar study.(3) Please be courteous to others studying in the building
Caroline Kingston,

First Amendment Clinic Deadline Extended

First Amendment Clinic
Friday, April 11th - Wednesday, April 30th
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Do you believe in free speech & a free press? Do you like to teach? Do you want to learn about copyright infringement, privacy, legal issues involving social media? Then you may be interested in the First Amendment Clinic. The deadline for the First Amendment Clinic has been extended! If your interested please attend the info session on April 15th at 4pm room 346. Please contact Professor Costello if you have any questions or are interested in applying.
Professor Costello,

Feedback about MSU Law Services

Dean Howarth
Tuesday, April 15th - Friday, May 2nd
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Before exams start I hope you will take a few minutes to fill out this survey regarding your experience with the various student services we provide at MSU Law. The survey link is below. The survey asks for your assessment of strengths and weaknesses, and solicits suggestions. Thank you in advance for your participation. I am sure that your comments will be very helpful. Good luck with the rest of the semester!
Dean Howarth,

The Future of Undocumented Students in Higher Education: Addressing Equity through Policy and Practice

The Ewigleben Lecture Symposium
Thursday, April 24th
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
University Club

Higher education is embroiled in controversy over enrolling and funding undocumented students, who face political, social, financial and legal barriers to U.S. higher education access. This symposium will focus on aspects of undocumented students in higher education, including policy, advocacy, research, and practice. Speakers will shed light on the issues in this debate and suggest policies at federal, state, and institutional levels. Lunch and reception.
Prof. Patricia Marin and Kristi Bowman,

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