Tuesday, September 2, 2014
 

Past Issues - Spring 2011

 
  • TJSL Students Serve the Homeless at Father Joe's Village
    On April 23, students, and for the first time, faculty (a special thank you to Dean Jeff Joseph), volunteered their Saturday morning at Father Joe’s...
    By Sterling Williams | |
  • TJSL Building
    The annual Thomas Jefferson Law Review (TJLR) Writing Competition could be your ticket on to law review.  Membership on law review is known as one of the...
    By Cory Lacy | |
  • TJSL Building
    When the students of Thomas Jefferson School of Law elected me as Student Bar Association President, I remember feeling a great sense of joy in my heart, and a...
    By Jeremy Evans | |
  • TJSL Building
    On March 31, 2011 the Criminal Law Society had a panel on prosecutorial misconduct.  The speaker was Mr. Dan Medwed, Professor at the University of Utah....
    By Criminal Law Society | |
  • SBA Volleyball Tournament
    The weather was rough, and we burned through a whole bag of charcoal, but the Student Bar Association Intramural Volleyball Tournament and BBQ was a rousing...
    By Raj Matani | |
  • Bed Bugs
    Imagine waking up covered in little red bumps. Maybe you’re allergic to your laundry detergent, you might have a rash, your dog may even have fleas....
    By Amanda Pollard | |
  • Entrada Building Photo by Samantha Massau
    This is the time of year when people start getting antsy with their current lease and begin thinking of where they want to live next year.  Here to tell...
    By Samantha Massau | |
  • Behold, the iPad in all its glory!
    I’m what the tech-blogs and forums have dubbed an “Apple fanboy”. When Apple unveiled the iPad on January 27th, 2010, I wanted one...
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  • Media Overload
    Looking at one of my typical days is a bit disheartening. Not in the sense that I do not appreciate where I am, what I’ve overcome, my daily activities...
    By Jon Cooper | |
  • It's all about the Pizza
    I am a chunky monkey.  In case you’re confused, I have a long list of ways to describe different levels of larger-than-“normal” body...
    By Allyson Evans | |