Work-Study Eligible Student/s Needed for Research Assistant Position

Work-study eligible student needed for Research Assistant to Professor Kathleen Turezyn. Professor T needs a Research Assistant for Fall 2016 to help with tasks like preparing videos and power points for torts class and labs. Availability Wednesday afternoons would be especially helpful.
Only work-study eligible students should apply. (If you are unsure of whether you are work-study eligible please contact the Financial Aid Office.) Professor T needs the help starting immediately. Interested students should contact Professor Turezyn at

“Developments in Defamation, Privacy, National Security, and Confidential Sources”

Dean Smolla will speak on “Developments in Defamation, Privacy, National Security, and Confidential Sources.”

The talk launches our Law School for Journalists program organized by the Public Relations Office.  The program will showcase our outstanding faculty in recurring expert talks that help educate journalists covering issues that intersect with the law, as their work is essential to an informed society.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Room 273, the clinic wing moot courtroom

Dean Smolla wants members of the law school community to know they are welcome to sit in on the talk.



If you have the ability and the desire to sing the National Anthem at this year’s 2016 Commencement ceremony, then we are looking for you!  Preference is given to a member of the graduating class but anyone interested is encouraged to try out.  Please contact Tammy Graham at 302-477-2037 or stop by to see her in the Registrar’s Office to schedule your audition.


Your help is needed!  If you would like to work at the Law School commencement on Saturday, May 21, please contact Denise Manelski at (302) 477-2025 or stop by her office located in Polishook Hall, Legal Education Institute.  This is a great opportunity to receive two reserved seating tickets for your own graduation.  It is a day filled with fun and celebration!