Sunday, February 05, 2006

This Week at the ACS--NSA Surveillance Panel!

Hi all,

It was fantastic to see so many of you at the membership party last Thursday. Hope you had a great time! Lots of stuff happening this week (see below)--be a part of it! Send comments and suggestions to acs@law.columbia.edu or to me at mp2331.

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING, TUESDAY AT LUNCH, JG 103

We'll be discussing Board elections, how you can get involved with the Moot Court competition next month, and other upcoming events. See you there! Got a topic or an item you want to discuss or suggest at the meeting? Send 'em to us!

NSA SURVEILLANCE PANEL, WEDNESDAY AT LUNCH, JG 106

Have you been wondering whether government wiretapping is actually legal? Are you concerned that the government might sweep too many innocent citizens into its net? Or do you think that the government's actions are an authorized and appropriate way to deal with the terrorist threat? Come hear three expert opinions from Professors Michael Dorf, Harold Edgar, and Lori Damrosch.

HEY YOU! YEAH, YOU! COLUMBIA ACS NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Want to be a part of the first annual ACS National Moot Court Competition in Constitutional Law? Like the idea of rubbing elbows with lawyers, judges, and fellow law students from all over the country--plus attending some cool parties? Come to the general meeting on Tuesday to find out more, or write April Day at april.day@gmail.com. Everyone's welcome!

ACLU EVENT ON ABORTION RIGHTS TOMORROW AT LUNCH

The ACLU of Columbia Law presents a lunchtime discussion on:
Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood
with Professor Dorf, Professor Metzger, and Jennifer Dalven (the
Deputy Director of the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project)

Date: Monday 2/6
Time: 12:15-1:15
Location: JGH 106
Pizza and soda will be served.

SIGN UP FOR THE FEDSOC STUDENT SYMPOSIUM

The Columbia Federalist Society is hosting the 2006 National Student Symposium on February 24-25. You can register and attend for only $5! Check it out at http://www.columbia.edu/cu/law/fed-soc/symposium/index.shtml — they have a terrific program.

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