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Recent & Future Events

See the L&SJI Calendar for Public Interest and Public Service Events at CUA and in Washington, DC 

April 13. OCPD:  Judicial Clerkship Information Session, 2:30 pm, Room 303.

April 16. Council on Professional Conduct presents Criminal Ethics: How to Ethically Practice Criminal Law, 5 pm.  Slowinski Courtroom.

April 19. ESLA - St. Ann's Community Service Project, 10am, St. Ann's Center for Children, Youth & Families

Congratulations to the summer 2014 Eric Weissman Fund stipend, SPIL  stipend, and O’Brien Fellowship award recipients. Here is a list of the names of the recipients of each award with their summer placements.


March 19. OCPD - Equal Justice Works: Public Interest Jobs, Legal Fellowships, Summer Funding and Educational Debt 1 pm, Room 307.

March 27. Fifth Annual CUA Law Pro Bono Reception with Brian Stolarz ('98) in the Atrium at 4:30 p.m.

March 30. Faith in Action Series: From Atheist to Catholic, from Rome to the Capitol Dome: The Journey of a Congressional Staffer, with Mr. Nataniel Hurd, Policy Advisor, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. 12:30 p.m. Room 213

Thursday, February 19 SPIL: American Red Cross BloodDrive 

OCPD:  Student-to-Student Series – Criminal Defense @ 12 noon, Room 312D

Wednesday, February 25   Student Scholar Series Luncheon—State Laws and the Fight against Child Sexual Exploitation on presented by Erin Callahan ’15 @ 12:30 pm, Room 220.  Rsvp

February 1324th Annual SPIL Auction  6 - 9 p.m. in the Atrium. Proceeds go to fund the SPIL summer stipends for unpaid externships in public intererest and public service placements.

Faith in Action Series, Monday, January 26, 12:30 p.m., room 213.  Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Question of ‘Illegal Laws’: Civil Law, Justice, and Morality with Fr. Dominic Legge, OP. Fr. Dominic Legge, formerly a trial lawyer with the Constitutional Torts section of the Department of Justice’s Civil Division and now a theologian and member of the Dominican Order, will examine King’s argument and the questions it raises, in order to illustrate how they can lead us to a better grasp of what law is and how it is related to justice and morality.

Come to the annual spring Clinics and Externships Day, Tuesday, January 27, from 4:00 – 6:00pm in the Atrium.  Learn about summer and fall externship opportunities and about the various clinical programs offered by the law school.

Friday, January 30 at 6:00 pm, with reception to follow, the Law School presents, the Honorable, Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., former Governor of Maryland and currently Senior Counsel, Government Advocacy and Public Policy Group, King and Spaulding -- Clemency: The Emerging Purple Issue.

February 9.  Brendan F. Brown Lecture Series presents Hon. Jerome H. Powell, Governor, Federal Reserve Board.  His topic: The Federal Reserve and the Financial Crisis.  4:00 pm in Slowinski Courtroom. Reception to follow.

Congratulations to the summer 2014 Eric Weissman Fund stipend, SPIL  stipend, and O’Brien Fellowship award recipients. Here is a list of the names of the recipients of each award with their summer placements.