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This Week on Campus - 10.5.12

Members of the Regent community participated in the Stop Slavery Walk held in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, September 29.

Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. of the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri delivered this week’s Law Chapel message about ­­­­open-mindedness, empathy, and altruism. Previous Law Chapel messages may be viewed here.

The International Law Society (ILS) hosted guest speaker, Mr. Rio Guo an S.J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School, who spoke on Property Rights in China.

The Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Society (IPELS) held an interest meeting on Monday, October 1.

The International Justice Mission held its first meeting of the year on Thursday, October 4 to discuss the fight against human trafficking and rehabilitating those victimized by it, as well as opportunities for involvement.

Career Services held a cover letter communications workshop on Thursday, October 4. See a list of upcoming events here.

The Center for Global Missions (CGM) held a summer 2013 mission trip interest meeting for on Thursday, October 4. Students will travel to either China of Ghana next summer.

Dean Gantt and Professor Whittico hosted a Study Skills Workshop on Wednesday October 3  titled “Outlining for Exam Success.”

An Interviewing Skills Program, hosted by Career Services featured speakers from the following offices on Friday, October 5: Norfolk Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, Phillips & Peters, PLLC, Stallings & Bischoff, and Pender and Coward.

Students had an opportunity to meet with former Judge Greg Wilhelm (TX) who is also a Regent alumnus on Friday, October 5.

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