2010 UW Law Fair – November 17th, 10-2, MGH Commons

When: WEDNESDAY, November 17th, 2010 — 10am-2pm
Where: MGH Commons (First floor of Mary Gates Hall)

Thinking about Law School?  Then don’t miss the annual Career Center Law Fair, sponsored by the UW Career Center and the Pre-Law Student Society (PLS).  Representatives of more than 80 law schools from across the country gather at the UW looking for potential new students – like you! At the Law Fair you can talk to admissions staff, pick up brochures
and applications, ask questions and learn more about the schools which  interest you. You may make a lasting impression on a representative from the school of your dreams or discover that the perfect school for you is one that you hadn’t considered.

For a complete list of attending law schools, as well as information on tips  and events designed to help you prepare for the Fair, please visit

Questions? Contact http://careers.washington.edu/Law-Fair or call 206.543.0535.

Seminar: Regional Institutions for Innovation and Productivity

The Regional Institutions for Innovation and Productivity seminar looks like good match for Information School populations.  The conference is being held in William Gates Hall (the Law School).  Additionally, attendance is eligible for 4 credits of continuing legal education with the Washington State Bar Association.  Some session titles:

Information Technology and the Future of Washington State
   Governor Christine Gregoire

Wired for Innovation: How Information Technology is Reshaping the Economy
    Erik Brynjolfsson
    MIT Sloan School of Management,
    Director, MIT Center for Digital Business 

More information, with the registration page, schedule and flyer: