Book Marq Fall 2019 Book Rental Return Deadline
While the Book Marq's fall 2019 deadline for returning rental books is December 14, the Book Marq is aware that the Law School's finals extend beyond that date. Students will not be charged a penalty for a late return so long as you return your books after finals and no later than Saturday, December 21.Contact: Bonnie Thomson
Congratulations to the Winner of the 2019 National Sports Law Student Writing Competition
Congratulations to third-year student Brighton Troha, the 2019 winner of the National Sports Law Student Writing Competition. Brighton is the comment editor for the Marquette Sports Law Review. Her article, Transgender Student Athletes Attempt to Fight Back: Availability of Private Rights of Action Against the Department of Education and the Office for Civil Rights for Violation of Title IX. Brighton will receive her award during the National Sports Law Institute's 30th anniversary fall conference on Friday, October 18, 2019.Contact: Paul Anderson
1Ls: SSP Today and ASP This Week
This is a friendly reminder that all first-year students are invited to attend today's SSP session on Taking & Synthesizing Class Notes. The session will begin at 12:10 p.m. in the Lubar Center. Lunch will be provided.
In addition, ASP (course-specific) sessions begin this week. Please consult the ASP schedule to locate the day, time, and room for each of your ASP sessions. You must be logged in to the Law School's website to access the ASP schedule.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.Contact: Dean Fodor
Sports Law Program Orientation and Welcome Mixer 2019Wednesday, August 28, 2019 - 5:00pm • TBD
All first-year and transfer students with an interest in the Sports Law Program are invited to attend the Annual Orientation meeting on Wednesday, August 28, 2019, at 5 p.m. in room 144. Second- or third-year students who have not attended the Orientation meeting in the past should also attend. Topics that will be discussed include: the purpose of the Sports Law Program and your first year in law school, the Sports Law Certificate program and interest in earning the Certificate, early planning for the Sports Law Internship Program, the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School, fall 2019 Sports Law Events, the JD/MBA in Sports Business program, and the Marquette University Law School’s Sports Law Society.
The Annual Welcome Mixer will follow the Orientation meeting and will take place on the patio outside of the Tory Hill Café from 5:30 - 7 p.m. All first-year students, returning Sports Law program students, faculty, and administrators, are invited to attend. Appetizers and drinks will be provided, compliments of the National Sports Law Institute. If you are unable to attend this event due to a class conflict please contact Professor Anderson by email, and he will provide you with alternative information.Paul Anderson