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Summary View  Subscribe to RSS feed of current view. July 30, 2014 - August 12, 2014
  
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Alumni CLE: Representing Museums and Collectors: Cultural Property and Special Collections
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

Current topics in the international trade in art, antiquities and cultural objects will be the focus of this presentation by museum lawyer Walter G. Lehmann `92. Laws regulating the importation of cultural property into the United States, including the Cultural Property Implementation Act, and the application of the National Stolen Property Act to objects exported from source countries under the McClain and Schultz decisions, will be explored, along with survey of laws affecting a wide variety of museum special collections, including ivory, bird feathers, and objects associated with native cultures.

Questions will be answered throughout the discussion as they come up, or will be addressed at the end of the lecture.
Saturday, August 02, 2014
College Closed
All Day

College Closed
Saturday - 8/2/2014
College Closed
All Day

College Closed
Saturday - 8/2/2014
Monday, August 11, 2014
World Without Genocide: Summer Institute for H.S. and College Students
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

World Without Genocide: Summer Institute for H.S. and College Students
APW (Multi-Day Event)
12:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

APW-Small Rooms
Academic Preparation Workshop
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

The purpose of APW is to give you an overview of the first-year experience and to introduce you to the skills you will begin using on the first day of classes and will continue to use throughout your law-school career and in practice. You will have an opportunity to practice these skills and receive feedback on assignments from recent Mitchell graduates assigned to work with small groups of students throughout the workshop. You will also get a chance to meet your classmates and several faculty members and to become familiar with the lay of the land before classes begin. While this program is not for credit, it is a valuable academic program run by the faculty to help you transition to law school.

Contacts:
Denise Roy
Professor of Law
651-290-6385 | Fax:  651-290-6406
denise.roy@wmitchell.edu

Sally Zusman
Resident Adjunct Professor and Director of Academic Achievement Programs
651-290-6398
sally.zusman@wmitchell.edu

APW (Multi-Day Event)
5:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

APW
Academic Preparation Workshop
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

The purpose of APW is to give you an overview of the first-year experience and to introduce you to the skills you will begin using on the first day of classes and will continue to use throughout your law-school career and in practice. You will have an opportunity to practice these skills and receive feedback on assignments from recent Mitchell graduates assigned to work with small groups of students throughout the workshop. You will also get a chance to meet your classmates and several faculty members and to become familiar with the lay of the land before classes begin. While this program is not for credit, it is a valuable academic program run by the faculty to help you transition to law school.

Contacts:
Denise Roy
Professor of Law
651-290-6385 | Fax:  651-290-6406
denise.roy@wmitchell.edu

Sally Zusman
Resident Adjunct Professor and Director of Academic Achievement Programs
651-290-6398
sally.zusman@wmitchell.edu

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
APW (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

William Mitchell College of Law

APW-Small Rooms
APW (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

William Mitchell College of Law

APW
World Without Genocide: Summer Institute for H.S. and College Students
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

World Without Genocide: Summer Institute for H.S. and College Students
Academic Preparation Workshop
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

The purpose of APW is to give you an overview of the first-year experience and to introduce you to the skills you will begin using on the first day of classes and will continue to use throughout your law-school career and in practice. You will have an opportunity to practice these skills and receive feedback on assignments from recent Mitchell graduates assigned to work with small groups of students throughout the workshop. You will also get a chance to meet your classmates and several faculty members and to become familiar with the lay of the land before classes begin. While this program is not for credit, it is a valuable academic program run by the faculty to help you transition to law school.

Contacts:
Denise Roy
Professor of Law
651-290-6385 | Fax:  651-290-6406
denise.roy@wmitchell.edu

Sally Zusman
Resident Adjunct Professor and Director of Academic Achievement Programs
651-290-6398
sally.zusman@wmitchell.edu

Academic Preparation Workshop
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

William Mitchell College of Law

The purpose of APW is to give you an overview of the first-year experience and to introduce you to the skills you will begin using on the first day of classes and will continue to use throughout your law-school career and in practice. You will have an opportunity to practice these skills and receive feedback on assignments from recent Mitchell graduates assigned to work with small groups of students throughout the workshop. You will also get a chance to meet your classmates and several faculty members and to become familiar with the lay of the land before classes begin. While this program is not for credit, it is a valuable academic program run by the faculty to help you transition to law school.

Contacts:
Denise Roy
Professor of Law
651-290-6385 | Fax:  651-290-6406
denise.roy@wmitchell.edu

Sally Zusman
Resident Adjunct Professor and Director of Academic Achievement Programs
651-290-6398
sally.zusman@wmitchell.edu


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