School presents gender conference
of Law Womens Law Caucus will present a conference exploring
the topic: A Gender Neutral Legal Society: fact or fiction?
Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the UNM School of
Law, 1117 Stanford NE.
speakers will address gender issues arising in tort, business,
criminal, immigration and employment law.
Feminist Research Institute and UNM Womens Resource Center
are co-sponsoring to provide free entry for the first 30 UNM
students, staff and faculty who register. The event is $20 thereafter
for the UNM community and public. Cost is $25 with CLE credits.
State Supreme Court Justice Pamela B. Minzner will talk. Bernalillo
County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg will co-lead a session.
Mary Walters Award reception will be held from 4-6 p.m.
to honor Chief Justice Petra Maes and Attorney General Patricia
Madrid. School of Law Dean Suellyn Scarnecchia will also be
introduced and honored.
Web site links to war-related resources
Public Affairs Department has created a new Web site to provide
information about campus issues related to the Iraq war.
www. unm.edu and look for the link UNM in Time of War.
Resources include a guide to UNM counseling centers, pertinent
UNM policies and professional advice on how to teach during
change conference is April 11-13
for the Southwest hosts its second annual conference, Heating
Up: Coming to Terms with Climate Change in the Southwest,
April 11-13, in Albuquerque.
writers, historians, resource law experts, activists and political
leaders will discuss the science and social implications of
climate change in the Southwest.
are free and open to the public. Call the Center for the Southwest
parking permits on sale online for students
purchasing 2003-04 commuter permits online at www.unm.edu/parking
from Monday, March 31, through Sunday, April 6, will be automatically
entered to win a refund for their permit. The drawing is April
students buying permits online may also pay for their permits
by charging to their Bursars account.