The Law Review Symposium, Emerging Issues in Social Enterprise took place on Saturday, October 6.
The Federalist Society hosted guest speaker, Brian Morris, a Federally Licensed Polygraph Instructor who spoke about the possibilities for incorporating polygraph tests in law practice. He also conducted a live polygraph demonstration on Monday, October 8.
A special presentation of the Trial of Christ was held on Tuesday, October 9. University of St. Thomas Professor Mark Osler played the prosecuting attorney arguing that Jesus should be put to death. Jeanne Bishop, a Chicago public defender, played the defense attorney.
The Council of Graduate Students (COGS) held a town hall meeting on Tuesday, October 9. Students were able to voice their questions to various members of the Regent faculty and staff.
Dean Brauch hosted “Donut Day” on Wednesday, October 10 allowing students to get to know one another and share in fellowship over coffee and donuts. Read the Dean’s blog.
An informational meeting on the Strasbourg Study Abroad Program took place on Thursday, October 11.