UC College of Law
Volume 3, Issue 3
October 2010

IngotCenter for Race, Gender, and Social Justice Launches October 22

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The new Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice officially launches this week at the inaugural luncheon on October 22. Tina Tchen, executive director of the White House Council on Women and Girls, will be the keynote speaker. The luncheon begins at noon at the Netherland Hilton. Registrations are still being taken. (Read more)

IngotRevisiting You've Been Served: A Commitment to Community

Community ServiceMayor Mark Mallory, UC Provost Santa Jeremy Ono, law school administrators, faculty, students, and family volunteers honored September 11 by performing community services ranging from working with seniors to serving the homeless. (Read more)

Upcoming Events

Center for Race Launch
October 22

Ethics Conference
November 4

UCLAA Annual Meeting & CLE Event
November 5

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IngotHow Destiny Moore '11 Made a Career Out of the Army, Law, and Community Development

Destiny MooreDestiny Moore ‘11 is proud to live in what she calls the greatest city in the world.  Originally from Cincinnati, she returned here for law school and plans to remain here after graduation.  “I love it here,” she says, “I wouldn’t go anywhere else.”  Her love for the Queen City has spilled over into her career goals: she hopes to use her law degree to continue developing the city and making it even better and stronger. (Read more)

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IngotHis Legal Career Was the Result of Fate: Meet Doug Dennis '95

Doug DennisDoug Dennis ’95 has had several careers. His first one started at the United States Military Academy.  After graduating, he served in the Army for five years; then, he took a position at the Pentagon working for a consulting company while his wife went to school to get her MBA. (Read more)

IngotRecent Grad Megan Robinson Commits to JAG Corps

Megan Tonner RobinsonFor Megan Tonner Robinson, waiting for her bar exam results has been especially stressful. You see, passing the bar is the last step on the road she has travelled for the past year preparing to join the US Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. (Read more)

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IngotFor the Love of Country: Meet Troy Benton '13

Troy BentonFirst year student Troy Benton has dedicated himself to service to others, and he plans to continue this path after law school by dedicating himself to service to his country.  Benton attended Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) before serving in AmeriCorps for two years.  Through that program, he impacted the lives of many students as an academic tutor and mentor; he also touched many in the community as a volunteer. “It was a life-changing experience,” said Benton, and it certainly impacted his plans for the future. (Read more)

IngotUC Law Women Collecting Used Cell Phones in Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 

UC Law Women are collecting used cell phones in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  The phones will be donated to Hopeline from Verizon.  Hopeline collects old cell phones, batteries, and chargers in any condition from any provider.  The phones are then refurbished and given to local domestic violence organizations and law enforcement agencies for use with domestic violence clients.  Hopeline has distributed more than 90,000 phones to be used by victims of domestic violence.  Anyone interesting in donating old phones can drop them off on the 3rd floor of the UC Law Library, or contact Katie McBride.

IngotCollege of Business Tax Conference Offers CLEs for Lawyers

COB Income Tax ConferenceParticipate in the 43rd Annual UC Income Tax Conference for tax practitioners, attorneys, paralegals and more. Presented by the UC College of Business, this event will include an update on the latest tax laws as well as tax preparation guidance. Lawyers can receive 13 CLE credits. Held December 14-15, 2010 at the Duke Energy Center, conference speakers include industry leader Dr. Dale Kiefer, Professor Emeritus at the COB. (Read more)


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