Gerber & Holder Scholarship --$1,000
Gerber & Holder Law Scholarship Essay Contest Application
Deadline: October 11, 2019
Essay Prompt: 300-500 word essay answering the following question: "What changes would you make to the workers' compensation system to make it more equitable for injured workers?"
To be eligible, you must:
- Be registered at a U.S. college or university.
- Be a U.S. resident or resident alien.
- Show that you have read and understand the contest rules by signing the application form and sending us a scanned copy with your signature.
- Include your original essay for the current scholarship.
- Include a photo of yourself along with a brief bio with your submission.
- Confirm written materials submitted are unique (not submitted elsewhere), original and your own creation.
- All submissions should be in English.
Your application form and materials must be emailed together to email@example.com by the deadline. The winner will be selected and notified up to 6 weeks after the deadline.
For more information regardin this scholarship, please visit the website: Gerber & Holder ScholarshipContact: Katy Rawlins
New and Notable
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
Marquette Prohibits Motorized Scooter Use On Campus Property
Knowing the City of Milwaukee is piloting dockless scooters, the Marquette University Police Department led a thorough review about the impact of such motorized vehicles on campus safety, which included input from leaders across functions and consultation with Marquette University Student Government. As a result, Marquette University is prohibiting the use of motorized scooters on campus property, effective immediately, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joel Pogodzinski announced.
Under the new policy, all motorized scooters — including the rentable dockless variety operated by companies such as Lime, Bird and Spin — are banned from use on any campus property, including walkways and sidewalks within the campus. The new policy also applies to other personal motorized vehicles, including but not limited to electric bicycles, electric skateboards, hoverboards, Segways, and mopeds.
MUPD will enforce the new policy. Additionally, MUPD will enforce all city ordinances and traffic laws related to motorized scooter operations, particularly their use on public sidewalks, which is strictly prohibited.Christine Wilczynski-Vogel, Associate Dean for External Relations, Events, and Facilities
Sports Law Speaker Series: JoAn Scott, NCAA D1 Men's Basketball ChampionshipThursday, September 5, 2019 - 12:00pm • TBD
On Thursday, September 5, 2019, at 12 p.m. all students are invited to attend a Sports Law Speaker Series event with JoAn Scott, managing director of the NCAA's Division 1 men's basketball championship. Ms. Scott will discuss her career with NIKE and the NCAA, and the inner workings of the NCAA Division 1 men's basketball championship. Lunch will be provided to all attendees. Register on the event webpage or by clicking here.Contact: Paul Anderson
Pro Bono Opportunities
Earn One Hour of Pro Bono Time - MVLC Brown Bag CLE: "An Unreasonable State of Repair: Rent Abatement, Retaliation, and Other Housing Conditions Concerns"Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 12:00pm • Room 263
Student volunteers of the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics can earn one hour of pro bono time by attending the MVLC Brown Bag CLE Series. This free CLE series provides volunteers with in-depth information on some of the most commonly seen issues at the Clinics. These events are great ways to earn additional pro bono hours while enhancing your knowledge of the legal issues faced by clients of the MVLC. Register to attend here.Contact: Katie Mertz