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Dean Guter Receives Recognition

Congratulations to Dean Donald G. Guter, L’77, on being honored by Human Rights First at its October 15, 2007 Human Rights Award dinner in New York City.  Dean Guter was recognized for speaking out for the Rule of Law and his work to bring detainee treatment back to conformity with the Geneva Conventions.

New Upates for Laptop Usage & SecureExam Software- Manadatory Training Schedule

MANDATORY TUNE UP FOR ALL LAW STUDENTS

Software Secure, Inc. has instituted new policies and procedures for all students using laptops during exams. Mr. Milan Komljenovic, Manager of Information Technology, and his staff will explain the new process.

Students using their laptop during the exam period must attend one of the following sessions:*

DAY
1st Year - Tue, Nov. 13th - Room 203, 1-2pm
2nd Year - Fri., Nov. 16th - Room 311, 1-2pm
3rd Year - Thurs., Nov. 15 - Room 311, 1-2pm

EVENING
1st Year - Mon., Nov. 12 - Room 311, 4:45-5:45pm
2nd Year - Wed., Nov. 14 - Room 311, 4:45-5:45pm
3rd Year - Wed., Nov. 14  - Room 311, 4:45-5:45pm
4th Year - Thurs., Nov. 15 - Room 311, 4:45-5:45pm

*If you do not attend the mandatory meeting, you will not be permitted to use your laptop during the exam period.

For the most recent schedule, check the DCLI website. http://www.lawlib.duq.edu


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