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  • SIU College of ------- | News
    Student Conduct Code October 09 2008 Program helps law students obtain Law Suits Pete Rosenbery An innovative program to assist law school students participating in the legal profession is under way at Southern Illinois University School of Law October 06 2008 Justice Karmeier to lead lawyer induction Pete Rosenbery Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd A Karmeier presides over the induction ceremony later this week for first year students in the Southern Illinois University School of Law September 30 2008 Association to honor three Distinguished Alumni Kathy Dillard The Southern Illinois University Alumni Association will honor three prominent graduates as Distinguished Alumni during the University s homecoming activities Friday and Saturday Oct 10 and 11 September 12 2008 Expert on end of life care to speak at law school Pete Rosenbery Kathryn L Tucker a nationally recognized activist and attorney who promotes improved pain care for seriously ill and dying patients will deliver the 2008 Dr Arthur Grayson Distinguished Lecture this month at the SIU School of Law September 12 2008 Firm s gift honors law school graduate Lisa Franke Pete Rosenbery During her days as a student at the Southern Illinois University School of Law Lisa K Franke held a deep love of the law and a commitment to helping classmates A scholarship honoring Franke will benefit future generations of lawyers looking to follow her ideals August 29 2008 Professional Responsibility Day set for Sept 6 Pete Rosenbery The 13th annual Professional Responsibility Day is Saturday Sept 6 at the SIU School of Law at Southern Illinois University Carbondale August 11 2008 Michele Mekel joins law school faculty Pete Rosenbery A new faculty member joins the SIU School of Law this fall July 23 2008 Grant funds law school initiative to assist veterans Pete Rosenbery The Southern Illinois University School of Law is establishing a program to assist veterans in their disability claim appeals with the U S Department of Veterans Affairs June 26 2008 Law school applications buck national trend Pete Rosenbery Strong marketing efforts aggressive recruiting and a greater focus on reaching out to prospective students via the Internet is helping the SIU School of Law buck a national trend when it comes to law school applications June 23 2008 Law school recruitment DVD wins award Pete Rosenbery An SIU School of Law recruitment DVD produced by WSIU Public Broadcasting s David Kidd received industry wide recognition recently at the Videographer Awards June 20 2008 State Bar to honor two law school faculty members Pete Rosenbery The Illinois State Bar Association will honor two SIU School of Law faculty members at its annual meeting next week June 19 2008 Buys to present human rights lecture in Lithuania Pete Rosenbery Cindy Galway Buys an associate professor with the SIU School of Law will travel to Lithuania next month to present a lecture on human rights through a Fulbright Senior Scholars Grant May 20 2008 Law school graduates perform well on bar exams Pete Rosenbery Southern Illinois University School of

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  • School of Law | News
    Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Breadcrumb Navigation Home School of Law News News 2016 Share this page 2016 News February 07 2016 SIU Law team places third in Saul Lefkowtiz Trademark and Unfair Competition Moot Court Regional January 23 2016 IP Law Society hosts event with Monsanto attorneys Pete Rosenbery January 20 2016 SIU Law s 6th

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  • IPS | School of Law | SIU
    Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Student Experience Breadcrumb Navigation Home About SIU Law Student Experience Student Organizations Intellectual Property Society Share this page Intellectual Property Society SIU Intellectual Property Society is a student group dedicated to understanding and debating broad issues of patent trademark and copyright law We also educate SIU Law students on various opportunities in the area of intellectual property law The SIU Law Intellectual Property Law Society s mission is to connect students interested in patent trademark copyright and trade secret law with valuable events and speakers on campus and off We are a group of 50 100 members meeting and organizing trips every few weeks throughout the semester regarding all aspects of IP law 2015 16 Events Bands Battle for the Bar 2014 15 Events IP Alumni Reunion CLE in Chicago WHO OWNS THE WORK DISCUSSION WITH VISUAL ARTIST ROBERT A KETCHENS PROFESSOR HOLTE SPEAKS ABOUT IP FOR SMALL BUSINESSES IP Society Trip to Nashville Patent Law and Access to Health Care Sampling Artistic License or Infringement 2015 2016 Officers Alumni President Jacy Carpenter RSO

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  • Looking Back at 2015
    School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Breadcrumb Navigation Home School of Law News 2015 Looking Back at 2015 Share this page Looking Back at 2015 December 29 2015 As 2015 draws to a close enjoy a look back at a few of the highlights of community and achievement at SIU Law Watch Slideshow The generous support of our alumni and friends brings SIU Law s truly

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  • Law students help revive stricken classmate
    an adjacent lounge area and retrieved the automated external defibrillator AED learning that Seymour was in cardiac arrest Meanwhile Walker who was participating in a simulated project for class and Estes who was also nearby went to the courtroom to offer assistance After students positioned Seymour onto the floor from his chair Walker said he could not feel a pulse and that Seymour was not breathing Estes noticed that Seymour was cyanotic and appeared to have been in distress for some time Hanson applied the AED machine while Walker gave Seymour mouth to mouth resuscitation and Estes and Murphy began chest compressions Their work continued as SIU Department of Public Safety officers and paramedics arrived Walker Hanson and Estes all spoke of the AED s importance Murphy also stressed the importance of knowing CPR Without it I don t know if our efforts would have been enough Walker said of the AED Estes a 42 year old mother of three from Paducah is a second year student She recalls thinking of Seymour s family while applying chest compressions and of Seymour s birthday a few days earlier He was literally unresponsive and I wanted so desperately for him to just take a breath but his color was getting worse and he was really struggling Estes said Walker 48 of Marion is a former U S Marine and Illinois National Guard veteran with EMT experience Estes and Hanson also have CPR training in their backgrounds Estes estimates it was about 25 minutes from the time Seymour was stricken to when he left by ambulance Their response time was great Walker said It felt like an eternity to us because we were working They were very thorough and very quick They knew what they were doing They got the IV started and got him on the board and knew they had to get him out Hanson 29 of Edwardsville has been a pilot since high school That focus helped in this situation he said because of the need to follow procedures It was an automatic reaction something was seriously wrong he said It was the mindset to react to such incidents Walker also recalls going into default mode with a narrow vision that we had one thing to do and hopefully somebody gets there quickly who can do more than we can You weren t going to leave on my watch Walker told Seymour during a recent visit to his home Estes who joked that she is referred to as the law school mom echoed others sentiments that the 356 students along with law school faculty and staff are a family I am extremely proud of how the law school community rallied to do what was necessary to save Allan s life Dean Cynthia L Fountaine said It was a moving example of what can be accomplished when everyone works together I am grateful to everyone who helped in any way including those who held doors who alerted others who called 911

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  • Professor Cindy Buys and law students research sea rescue of refugees
    women and children try to escape war violence and persecution from within their own countries Buys and her students will discuss their pro bono work at the Southern Illinois chapter of the United Nations Association of the U S A annual Human Rights Day Award dinner The program begins at 6 30 p m Sunday Dec 6 at the Epiphany Lutheran Church 1501 W Chautauqua Road Carbondale Trial attorney James P Chapman founder of the Illinois Institute for Community Law and Affairs will receive the organization s annual Human Rights Day Award Laura Alvarado a third year law student from Chicago and Janae Davis a second year law student from Atlanta Ga are two of the students involved with the project Alvarado researched laws pertaining the duty to rescue refugees on the sea the differing treaties involved and what rescue vessels are obligated to do upon finding another boat in distress Alvarado said she has enjoyed learning the numerous and different treaties of each country and how they apply in these situations Alvarado said laws require people rescued at sea be taken to the nearest place of safety The project also helped her gain a greater understanding of international laws she said Among the complicating factors are the numerous and often conflicting treaties and laws from the U N the European Union and countries such as Libya and Turkey that are not part of European Union Buys said one consideration is whether countries such as Italy and Greece are a safe destination point at this time when they are so overwhelmed that they cannot provide for these refugees One of the research points is whether Sea Watch or another organization could take refugees to another country such as Germany if allowed Buys said there are misguided proposals for using the

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/news/2015/12-04-2015.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Assistant Professor Mike Koehler's FCPA Professor Blog makes ABA Journal's 9th Annual Blawg 100 List
    Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Breadcrumb Navigation Home School of Law News 2015 Assistant Professor Mike Koehler s FCPA Professor Blog makes ABA Journal s 9th Annual Blawg 100 List Share this page Assistant Professor Mike Koehler s FCPA Professor Blog makes ABA Journal s 9th Annual Blawg 100 List November 30 2015 Assistant Professor Michael Koehler s blog about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act FCPA Professor was included on the ABA Journal s list of the most excellent legal blogs of 2015 The 9th Annual Blawg 100 Koehler is recgonized as an international expert on the FCPA He is frequently interviewed by media on issues related to the Act Recent articles include the New York Times article Volkswagen Offering Amnesty Asks Workers to Come Forward on Emissions Cheating and the Corporate Crime Reporter article Foreign Domestic Bribery Double Standards Irk Law Professor See a full list of media articles including those appearing in The Economist Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek See a list of his scholarship including his textbook The Foreign Corrupt

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  • Dean's Colloquium Speaker - Craig Ball
    Mobile Cloud and the Internet of Things Tuesday November 17 2015 5 00 PM 6 00 PM Central Time The topic is a fascinating one Mattel now manufactures a Barbie doll that interacts with children and records their voice Samsung TVs will record what goes on in the living room New refrigerators know when you are out of milk and your phone knows where you have been Computers hold more and more of our life s work and play and less and less of it is stored in our home or office It is in the cloud The topic is relevant to anyone who litigates wants to litigate or advise someone who is or may litigate Craig Ball is a Board Certified trial lawyer certified computer forensic examiner law professor and electronic evidence expert he s dedicated his career to teaching the bench and bar about forensic technology and trial tactics After decades trying lawsuits he limits his practice to service as a court appointed special master and consultant in computer forensics and e discovery He has served as the Special Master or testifying expert on computer forensics and electronic discovery in some of the most challenging front page cases

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