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SLS Weekly – January 14, 2013

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1. Law at Vic 2013-15 Student Information Session – WEDNESDAY 12:30 pm in BLH

Please join us on Wednesday at 12:30 pm in BLH for an update on the law school’s transition to its new home in Victoria College.  The information session will present details regarding our classrooms, common student space, lockers, library and study space, kitchen, food, coffee and other amenities and will include photos and site maps showing the location of the library, common student space, classrooms and coffee/food amenities.  Members of the senior administration and SLS members of the Student Building Consultation Committee will be available to answer any questions after the presentation.

2. Add/Drop Second Term Courses Deadline – FRIDAY 10:00 am

This is a reminder that the deadline to add or drop second term courses is this Friday at 10:00 am.

3. Winter Graduation Photos – Week of January 21st

Dear 3L peeps, this is a reminder that the Winter Grad Photo sessions will be taken in the SLS Office the week of January 21st.  You MUST have your photo taken to appear in the Graduating Class Composite (I am not kidding).  As of today there are still approximately 40 students who have yet to sign up.  To book your appointment on-line, visit http://www.lassmanstudios.com/dcs_sched/default.asp, enter tlw13 in the school ID to access the schedules and find a suitable time slot.

Ladies, please wear a white shirt or blouse. Gentlemen, please wear a white shirt and tie.  Included in your photo session are a minimum of 10 unique online proofs and a copy of the class composite.  Optional hard copy proofs may be purchased for an additional $5.00.

4. SLS Public Interest Fellowship Deadline – MONDAY January 28th 5:00pm

This is a reminder to all first-year and second-year students interested in applying for the SLS Public Interest Fellowship that the application deadline is Monday January 28th at 5:00 pm.  Each year, the SLS Public Interest Fellowship is awarded to first-year or second-year JD students interested in working for public interest community-based organizations in Canada.  This year, the SLS will award 3 fellowships, valued at approximately $6500 each.  For further details on how to apply, please refer to the SLS Public Interest Fellowship – Application Description (http://www.law.utoronto.ca/student-life/career-development-office/sls-public-interest-advocacy-summer-fellowship).

5. Website Under Maintenance and Construction + Club Reimbursement FormsOur website is currently out of service as we transition it from our previous web-hosting service provider to the WordPress platform.  This transition will result in long-term cost and operational benefits.  We apologize for the inconvenience and will work to resolve out-standing issues regarding this transition by Monday January 21. Please find attached the SLS Club Reimbursement Form.

6. Call to the Bar

Remember your favourite university hipster bar, the one with the mismatched chairs, the random mix of 90’s music (Jewel, anyone?), and the cheap all-day breakfast?  Come out and relive the glory days at this week’s Call to the Bar starting at 9pm at the Red Room (444 Spadina Avenue, just south of College). Come out and grab a bite and catch-up. See you there! (http://www.torontolife.com/guide/bars-and-clubs/bars/red-room/).

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