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  • Tablet - Columbia University's Literary/Art Journal | Submit
    papers poetry short stories essays photography paintings and drawings are all welcome There is no topic limit Please e mail your submissions to columbiatablet gmail com If your material is selected you will be notified Please be sure to include

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/tablet/submit.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Tablet - Columbia University's Literary/Art Journal | Archive
    ARCHIVE Tablet Spring 2009 Tablet Fall 2008 Tablet Spring 2008 Tablet Fall 2006 Tablet Spring 2006 Tablet Fall 2005 Tablet Spring 2005 2009 Tablet of Columbia University All rights reserved

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  • Tenants' Rights Project - Activities
    Inspection The site inspection is the initial chance you have to meet the client and observe the conditions in their apartment Within 24 hours of receiving a case you must contact the client to set up a site inspection Before the inspection you ll research the ownership of the building and past reports of problems by looking through city records On the day of the site visit you ll speak to the client explain your role as a law student assisting an attorney learn about his or her concerns and take a look around the apartment You ll look not just for the things complaints but also for other issues that the client might have overlooked or ignored You ll take pictures to use as evidence in court At the end of the site visit you ll hopefully have started building a relationship with the client and have the information you need to prepare the court documents Client Meeting Within 24 hours of the site visit you ll prepare a series of court documents including a petition for relief summons and affidavit You ll complete these using boilerplate templates provided by TRP and the information you gathered before and during your site visit Once these forms are completed with the help of the TRP Board if needed you ll submit them to the project attorney who will review and correct them Once they re up to standard you ll contact the client and sett up a meeting at the West Side SRO Law Office You ll outline the contents of each of the documents to the client who will then make the final decision whether to sign If the case goes ahead you ll also complete a request for a site inspection by the City Soon after the client meeting

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/law/trp/activities.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Tenants' Rights Project - Resources
    instructions on every step of the process Available in Word 1997 2003 doc and Adobe Acrobat pdf formats Templates After you complete the Site Visit in your case you ll need to draft documents We ve prepared these templates to make your job easier Order to Show Cause Template Affidavit Template Petition Template Tenant s Request for Inspection Sample Instructions Websites The following websites are very useful Home Page of

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  • Tenants' Rights Project - Board
    Chair Anne Coxe Co Chair Ian Fisher Co Chair Beth Kaplan Co Chair Marissa Schaffer Please note The Board members are Columbia law students who help facilitate the Tenants Rights Project They are not attorneys Past Board Members 2011 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/law/trp/board.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Tenants' Rights Project - Help for Tenants with Landlord Problems
    your concern We encourage you to thoroughly research your options The West Side SRO Law Project at Goddard Riverside Community Center with whom we work represents people in SROs single room occupancies on the West Side of Manhattan above Fourteenth Street and apartments from 100th to 110th on the the West Side of Manhattan For apartments north of 110th you could try Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation on the East Side you can try the East Side SRO Law Project for SRO s which is run by MFY Legal Services On the Lower East Side you can try Good Old Lower East Side GOLES For Midtown contact Housing Conservation Coordinators For anywhere in the city Legal Aid and Legal Services for New York City LSNY may be options These are only some of the organizations in New York We encourage you to research your options Tenant Resources There are a number of websites where New York government provides information for tenants We do not recommend or endorse any of these websites but list them for your reference The Attorney General of the State of New York has published a Tenants Rights Guide containing information on your rights under New York law

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/law/trp/tenanthelp.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Ukrainian Students Society
    have members who speak Ukrainian Russian both Ukrainian and Russian and only English We have Ukrainian Orthodox Jews and Catholics What matters in our club is that we all believe in Ukaine We do not hold the view of only one part but of all Ukraine Yes we are nationalists We believe in the nation of Ukraine Lviv to Luhansk Chernihiv to Sevastopil That is our country 2 What does the Ukrainian Students Society do The Ukrainian Students Society plans and takes part in various events throughout the year Our events range from Ukrainian movie nights Ukrainian food nights political discussions lectures from professors to parties and bar nights We organize and take part in a wide spectrum of events If anyone has an idea for an event please contact the board of the Ukrainian club We are more then happy to organize new events 3 Who can join the Ukrainian Students Society Any Columbia University Student is welcome to join the Ukrainian Student Society 4 How do I join In order to join the Ukrainian club you only need to e mail the club secretary and asked to be added to the Ukrainian Student Society e mail list 5 How often does the club meet The club usually has events 3 4 times a month General club meetings occur usually once every 6 weeks or 3 times a semester These are done in order to organize events 6 What is the commitment Their is no set number of events one has to attend in order to be in the club but we ask members to come to atleast one a month The Ukrainian Students Society is only as active as the members make it We ask all members to attend as often as possible 7 How can I help

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ukrainian/webpage/pages/faq.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • Ukrainian Students Society
    22 23 24 25 8 00 PM 9 30 PM Ukranian Students Society Meeting HAMILTON 313 26 27 28 29 30 31 April 2006 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 00 PM 9 30 PM Ukranian Students Society Meeting HAMILTON 315 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 8 00 PM 9 30

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