JRCLS is Now on Facebook and YouTube!
A JRCLS Facebook page has been set up to help facilitate communication and help the Law Society become more well known. Please visit our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/jrcls.org and "like" the page. A YouTube video, "Lawyers as Peacemakers," featuring President James E. Faust can be viewed through the JRCLS Facebook page or directly on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/JReubenClarkLaw.
Law and Literature CLE in St. George, Utah
The St. George chapter is sponsoring a "Law and Literature" conference on October 21, 2011 at the historic community arts building and library in St. George, Utah. The Utah Bar Association has approved this event for six credits of CLE. Featured speakers include judges and law professors discussing a wide range of literature from To Kill a Mockingbird to Shakespeare's works. Registration begins at 8:30am. Please contact email@example.com for more information and to register.
JRCLS Canadian Conference
The 2011 Canadian Conference of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society will take place October 28th-29th in Banff, Alberta. Elder Lance B. Wickman, General Counsel for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be the keynote speaker. See the following for more details: http://www.jrcls.org/events/JRCLS%20Canadian%20Conference%20Brochure.pdf.
First Annual Washington D.C. Metro Career FairThe BYU Management Society and LDS Employment Services are jointly sponsoring a career fair on Saturday, October 22, 2011. The career fair will begin at 11:00am with keynote speaker, Hugh Redd, Senior VP and CFO of General Dynamics. Industry panel discussions and opportunities to meet company representatives will follow at noon. The event will take place at the Annandale Stake Center, 3900 Howard Street, Annandale, VA 22003. More details will be available through LDS Employment at 301-736-9550 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Remember that like any great edifice, a lawyer’s reputation cannot be quickly built, but it can be quickly destroyed. Remember also that there are enormous opportunities and temptations to trade long-range benefits, including your reputation, for short-term advantages. It is the same kind of trade-off that Jacob proposed to Esau some three millennia past. It was not a good deal then, and it hasn’t improved with age.
So I’m hopeful that in your dealings with your fellow lawyers you will always lean a little on the careful side. When those opportunities come, as they surely will, to harvest an advantage in a particular case at the cost of your long-range relationship with your fellow lawyers: Don’t do it.”
—Rex E. Lee
“Lawyer Policy Maker”, Life in the Law: Answering God's Interrogatories, p. 171
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