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  • Women of Diversity | School of Law | SIU
    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 Women of Diversity Share this page Women of Diversity A student law organization that seeks to support women of diverse cultural backgrounds promote sisterhood community service and academic success This organization aims to be a secondary multicultural family to each student who becomes a

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/about/student-experience/student-organizations-home/women-of-diversity.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Child Care | School of Law | SIU
    Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers About SIU Law Breadcrumb Navigation Home About SIU Law Student Experience Child Care Share this page Child Care General Information on Some Area Childcare ALICE WRIGHT EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER 2500 W Sunset Drive Carbondale IL 618 549 4646 CARBONDALE NEW SCHOOL 1302 E Pleasant Hill Road Carbondale IL 62901 618 457 4765 PUKA SCHOOL INC 816 S Illinois Ave Carbondale IL 618 549 7633 Ages 2 yrs 12 yrs PRESBYTERIAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER DAY CARE 310 S University Ave Carbondale IL 618 529 1551 Ages 6 wks to kindergarten GILBERT BRADLEY DAY CARE 302 W Main Carbondale IL 618 457 0142 Ages 6 weeks to 5 yrs LAKELAND LEARNING TREE DAY CARE CENTER 719 S Giant City Rd Carbondale IL 618 549 1822 Ages 3 yrs through 1st grade MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 507 N 9th Murphysboro IL 618 687 4202 ages 2 yrs through kindergarten TOT LAND PRESCHOOL 304 S Pershing St Energy IL 618 942 6971 Ages 6 wks to 12 yrs SIU CHILD DEVELOPMENT LAB 116 Quigley Hall campus Carbondale IL 618 453 4221 Ages 6 weeks to kindergarten RAINBOW S END 320 E Stoker Carbondale IL 618 453 6358

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/about/student-experience/child-care.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Lesar Lecture | School of Law | SIU
    Lecture Share this page Lesar Lecture 2014 Hiram H Lesar Distinguished Lecture Erwin Chemerinsky The Supreme Court and Civil Rights on the 60th Anniversary of Brown v Board of Education and the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Thursday March 27 5 6 p m Lesar Law Building Auditorium Erwin Chemerinsky is the founding Dean and Distinguished Professor of Law and Raymond Pryke Professor of First Amendment Law at the University of California Irvine School of Law The Hiram H Lesar Distinguished Lecture Series was established to honor founding Dean Hiram H Lesar whose many personal and professional concerns included an interest in civil rights It is therefore fitting that on the 40th anniversary of the law school he helped create we take time to consider the legacies of two of the most fundamental civil rights events in our country s history Before assuming his current position in 2008 Chemerinsky was a professor at Duke Law School University of Southern California Law School and DePaul College of Law His areas of expertise are constitutional law federal practice civil rights and civil liberties and appellate litigation He is the author of eight books including the forthcoming The Case Against the Supreme Court Viking 2014 and over 200 law review articles He regularly argues appellate cases including in the United States Supreme Court and also serves as a commentator on legal issues for national media He was ranked 1 in the National Jurist s recent list of the Most Influential People in Legal Education Previous Lesar Lectures Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Lesar Lecture Previous Lectures Hiram H Lesar Distinguished Lecture The Hiram H Lesar Distinguished Lecture Series was established to honor founding Dean Hiram H Lesar whose many personal and professional concerns included an interest in civil rights Dean

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/about/news-events/lecture-series/lesar-lecture1/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Gene & Katy Simonds Lecture
    and Katy Simonds Lectureship in Democracy was established thorugh a gift form Emma K Katy Simonds a longtime supporter of Southern Illinois University Carbondale and the southern Illinois region The funds support a lecture symposium or debate each year on a topic of current or recurring public interest which explores common sense solutions to issues related to the common good by applying the principles of limited government popular sovereignty personal liberty personal responsibility and federalism Inaugural Gene and Katy Simonds Lecture Reclaiming the Heroes and Lessons of the Black Tradition of Arms presented by Nichols J Johnson Thursday March 31 at 5 p m Lesar Law Building Courtroom NICHOLAS J JOHNSON is a professor of law at Fordham University School of Law and teaches in the areas of contracts environmental law and gun control gun rights He was a professor of legal studies in business at Franklin and Marshall College 1988 93 of counsel at Kirkpatrick and Lockhard 1990 93 vice president and co owner of Westar Environmental Corp 1988 90 and an associate at Morgan Lewis and Bockius 1985 88 He is a 1984 graduate of Harvard Law School He is the author of two books Negroes and the

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  • Judge Annette A. Eckert
    Thursday February 12 at 5 p m in the auditorium of the Lesar Law Building In her lecture she discussed her personal and professional experiences creating and presiding in Problem Solving Courts She also discussed the costs both monetary and social of mass incarceration and how Problem Solving Courts such as Mental Health Veterans Drug Domestic Violence and Teen Courts are helping to address these challenges Press Release Videos from lecture Judge Eckert is retired from the 20th Judicial Circuit in Belleville Illinois Eckert started her career in the legal field as an Assistant Public Defender in Chicago then moved on to private practice in Belleville Ill During her judgeship Eckert presided over the Family Division from 1992 to 1995 and in 2002 she became the first female elected circuit judge in the 20th Judicial Circuit where she presided in the Felony Trial Division and the St Clair County Drug Court She also chaired the Governor s Task Force on Veterans Courts which successfully drafted legislation which became the Illinois Veterans Courts Treatment Act Eckert has taught at Loyola University School of Law Southwestern Illinois College Police Academy and currently at Lindenwood University Belleville where she teaches Criminal Justice and serves as a Recruitment Advisor She has also taught continuing legal education and continuing judicial education courses Eckert received her Bachelor s Degree from Bradley University Peoria Illinois and her Juris Doctorate from DePaul University College of Law Chicago Illinois Eckert has received many awards and honors including being awarded the 30 years 30 leaders Violence Prevention Center of Southwest Illinois 30th Anniversary Award the Chief Judge Richard A Hudlin IV Memorial Award and the Voices Against Family Violence Award for 2003 for Improving the Lives of Victims of Family Violence Eckert also received the inaugural Hall of Fame Award

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/about/news-events/beatty-jurist/Judge%20Annette%20A.%20Eckert_Ret..html (2016-02-12)
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  • Judge Brocton Lockwood
    Judge Brocton Lockwood Judge Brocton Lockwood is an important friend of the SIU School of Law and a hero to the Illinois judicial system In the late 1970s and early 1980s he served as an Associate Judge and a volunteer informant for the FBI as part of Operation Greylord an investigation into corruption in the Cook County courts that resulted in the indictment of 92 people Lockwood wrote about this experience in a book Operation Greylord published in 1989 More recently Judge Lockwood initiated the Saline County Drug Court which uses a national model of integrating court supervision and after care with standard judicial drug rehabilitation processes Brocton Lockwood grew up on a small farm between Carbondale and Murphysboro in Southern Illinois He attended Carbondale Community High School Oberlin College and Vanderbilt School of Law While in college and law school he worked for local police forces in Ohio and Maine and worked as an investigator for the U S Attorney s Office in Nashville Tennessee After law school he returned to Carbondale where he practiced as a trial lawyer in both civil and criminal trials He served for a time as Carbondale City Attorney and taught in the Administration

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  • Reunion Weekend 2015 | School of Law | SIU
    Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Our People Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Alumni Reunion Weekend 2015 Share this page Reunion Weekend 2015 Friday September 25 Reunion Dinner Blue Sky Vineyard 3150 S Rocky Comfort Road Makanda IL 6 00 p m Drinks 7 00 p m Dinner 45 per person Saturday September 26 Tailgate Saluki Row 3 00 p m

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  • Business & Transactional Law | School of Law | SIU
    the following related courses as available Advanced Real Estate Transactions Business Boot Camp Consumer Protection Corporate Taxation Federal Income Taxation Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Law Practice Management Partnership Taxation Securities Regulation Other relevant courses including summer courses at SIU or elsewhere have to be pre approved to meet this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 3 Business and Transactional Writing Students are required to complete a writing component involving business and transactional law topics or topic with a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this 3 credit requirement from among the following Basic Estate Planning International Business Transactions Senior Seminar Not for Profit Corporations Writing an article as a staff member of the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal regarding a business or transactional law topic if pre approved for this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs The number of credit hours relating to the Journal of Legal Medicine and the SIU Law Journal is discussed below Any other writing course offered by the law school that has been pre approved to meet this writing requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 4 Skills Experiential Learning Students are required to complete a skills experiential learning component involving business and transactional law topics or topic with a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this requirement from among the following Basic Estate Planning Civil Practice Elder Law Clinic International Business Transactions Introduction to Transactional Skills Law Practice Management Public Interest Externship in a transactional related area if pre approved to meet this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Note 1 The same course cannot be used to satisfy the writing requirement and the skills experiential learning requirement For example a student may satisfy the writing requirement by taking International Business Transactions but in that case the student could not use International Business Transactions to fulfill the Skills Experiential Learning requirement Note 2 Courses that satisfy the Business and Transactional Writing requirement described above may not satisfy the School of Law s general senior writing requirement For example although either Basic Estate Planning or International Business Transactions may satisfy the writing requirement for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization neither course is designated to satisfy the School of Law s senior writing requirement Note 3 A two credit course such as Law Practice Management alone would not satisfy the skills experiential learning requirement or the writing requirement Note 4 The number of credit hours relating to an article for the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal would be based on the number of credit hours the student eventually acquires from service for the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/degree-programs/jd-program/specializations/business-transactional.html (2016-02-12)
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