Thursday, February 1, 12:40-1:40 pm (245 BLB)
OWLSS: Salary Negotiation Discussion. Presentation by UI College of Business Professor Josey Bathke. Talking about money/salary increases/raises can be uncomfortable. This event will provide advice on how to approach those tough conversations.
Friday, February 23, 12:40-1:40 pm (285 BLB)
What’s next in the Legal Profession: Clients Sparking Change and How Attorneys Must Adapt. How are attorneys can adapt to these changes? How can/should we be better? Join Nicolle Schippers from ARAG Legal for a presentation discussing what is currently happening in the legal industry.
Thursday, March 29, 12:40 pm (245 BLB)
Memories of a Nuremberg Judge. Judy Hamilton Crockett share memories and letters from her father, Major Clarence E. Hamilton, a 1921 Iowa Law graduate and Judge Advocate in Nuremberg, Germany. Major Hamilton served in WWI, was an attorney, and re-enlisted at age 50 to serve in WWII. He was the man in charge of the denazification of Bavaria and reestablishing the postwar court system in the Allied occupied area.
Friday, March 30, 1-5 pm (Baker Teacher Leader Center)
LGBTQ Micro-Conference on Healthcare, Education, Advocacy and Rights. This conference will spark dialogue, collaboration, and action on campus and in the community for LGBTQ individuals and the organizations and institutions that serve them.
Friday, April 6, 12:40-1:40 pm (TBD BLB)
OWLSS Conference. The Organization for Women Law Students & Staff invites you to join them at their annual Spring Seminar. This year the event will feature a panel of four successful female Iowa Law alums that are working in various legal positions in different areas of the country. A panel of esteemed women professionals will discuss their experiences and answer your questions.
Attendance at one Lawyers & Leaders program each semester is one requirement for membership in the Pro Bono Society. For more information, contact the Citizen Lawyer Program in 182 BLB or e-mail email@example.com. Updated February 27, 2018.