JRCLS Happenings--Updates and Inspiration Volume 16: Issue 3

   
 

Announcements

  • Law Society Annual Conference
  • Membership Drive
  • Women in Business Conference
  • CLE at Sea

Law Society Annual Conference

The 2015 JRCLS Annual Conference will take place this week in Tempe, Arizona at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.  Registration is now closed, but reports of the various sessions will be included in the March edition of the JRCLS Newsletter.

 

Membership Drive

On January 23, 2015 the J. Reuben Clark Law Society membership drive began.  Our goal is to increase our membership by ten percent in ten weeks.  Start thinking now about who you know in your area (or in other parts of the world) who would benefit from membership in the Law Society.  The Law Society "affirm[s] the strength brought to the law by a lawyer's personal religious conviction[, and] strive[s] through public service and professional excellence to promote fairness and virtue founded upon the rule of law." We welcome lawyers and law students of all faiths to join.  If you know someone who would benefit from membership in the Law Society, or who would be an asset in supporting the mission of the Law Society, please invite them to join via the online membership application at http://www.jrcls.org/members/new_member_application.php.

 

Women in Business Conference

The BYU Management Society is hosting a Women in Business Conference February 27-28, 2015 at the Provo Marriott Hotel in Provo, UT.  For more information and to register, visit: http://wib2015.likeapro.me/.

 

CLE at Sea

All Law Society members are invited to cruise Alaska June 12 – 19, 2015 on the Celebrity Solstice with the BYU Law Alumni & Friends CLE at Sea program.  Cruise deposits must be made by Thursday, February 12.  For more information and to register, please visit: http://lawalumni.byu.edu/s/1085/06-law/index.aspx?sid=1085&gid=8&pgid=4257.

   
 

Inspirational Thought

We must find ways to show respect for others whose beliefs, values, and behaviors differ from our own, while never being forced to deny or abandon our own beliefs, values, and behaviors in the process. Every citizen’s rights are best guarded when each person and group guards for others those rights they wish guarded for themselves.

—Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, Newsconference January 27, 2015

   
 

Please send announcements to announcements@jrcls.org.

 

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