WELCOME TO HOMECOMING WEEK!!!! For any of you students who have never experienced a Mizzou homecoming… you are in for a real treat. As many of you know, the tradition of homecoming was started right HERE at Mizzou in 1911 when Chester A. Brewer invited alumni to “Come Home” for the annual football game against kU as it was no longer allowed to be played in Kansas City and he didn’t think many fans would be at the game. Make sure to study hard this week so that you can enjoy the Campus Decorations, attend the blood drive, go to the parade and root on the Tigers against #11 Florida.
You may also be interested to know that October is Mizzou Law’s Pro Bono Month! Come here Thomas Harvey, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Arch City Defenders, speak about why he started a not-for-profit law firm and why you should start getting involved NOW in pro bono and public interest work. He will be speaking at the Pro Bono Month Kick-Off on Monday, October 5th at 1pm in the Courtroom. Pizza is provided for those that RSVP on Symplicity and Career Component or General Professional Perspectives Credit is available.
I will be brining a small group of students to the Friday session of the Missouri Bar Annual Meeting on Friday, October 7th, where we will attend a few CLE sessions in the morning and conclude with the Mizzou Law Alumni Luncheon. If you are still interested, we may be able to accommodate you even though you can no longer RSVP on Symplicity. Please email Jennifer Riedy at email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
—Gibson Judicial Clerkship Forum, October 12, 2015 from 1:00-1:50 pm in the Courtroom. Pizza will be provided to those that RSVP on Symplicity and this program qualifies for Career Component or Professional Perspectives Credit.
— Inaugural Professor Ralph Quisenberry Happy Hour, October 14, 2015 from 4:30-6:30 pm at Campus Bar & Grill. This happy hour is sponsored by the judges of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District. Please RSVP through Symplicity if you would like to attend. The judges would like to honor the late George Wallach (AKA Ralph Quisenberry), who taught for many years at the law school and made impressions on Judges Witt and Pfeiffer in particular.