Attention all summer associates!
Bridge the Legal Research Gap Program
Thursday, June 19, 2003
Noon to 5:00pm
Hall, Seattle University School of Law
900 Broadway, Seattle
Washington, Gallagher Law Library
Seattle University Law Library
UW Law Career Planning and Public Service Center
SU Law Career Services
legal research guides, and PowerPoint slideshows, see
Bridge the Gap 2003 Launchpad.
Bring your lunch and refresh your legal research skills at this free program
You are invited to attend this free program, designed to enhance your legal research skills. No matter which law school you attend, all law students working in the Seattle area are welcome.
Schedule & Room Assignments
|Noon - 12:10||
|12:15 - 1:00||Plenary Session I|
|1:10 - 1:55||Concurrent Sessions I|
|2:05 - 2:50||Concurrent Sessions II|
|3:00 - 3:45||Concurrent Sessions III|
|3:55 - 4:50||Plenary Session II|
Last year more than 120 students attended the program; don't miss out on this opportunity to mingle with law students from around the country. Most employers encourage their summer associates and externs to participate.
Registration is free. Please register using the web form below. For questions contact Kara Phillips, Kerry Fitz-Gerald, or Jane Draney at 206/398-4096.
Registration CLOSED 6/18/03
Registration is limited to 150 participants.
Sullivan Hall (SU Law School) is located on the east side of Seattle University's Campus. It is on the corner of 12th and Columbia (between Cherry/James and Madison). Nonmetered (free) street parking is available on 12th, Columbia, and the surrounding streets.
Note: Vendors will have information displays in the open space on the Court level where the programs will be held.
In addition to the speakers, other people from the Seattle and University of Washington Law Schools and Law Libraries assisted in planning and coordinating this event. Thanks (in alphabetic order) to:
Who may attend?
Any law student or WSBA Rule 6 law clerk who is working or studying in the Seattle area is welcome to attend. Nonlaw students and others who are interested in attending should contact Kara Phillips, Kerry Fitz-Gerald, or Jane Draney at 206/398-4096.
Don't I have to
be a UW or SU student?
No. Students from all law schools are invited. In previous programs we've had students from the following law schools attend: Baylor, Boston College, Chicago, Fordham, George Washington, Gonzaga, Harvard, Hastings, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon, SMU, Stanford, UC Davis, UCLA, USC, Virginia, Washington and Lee, Willamette, and Yale.
How much is
The program is completely free. The law schools of Seattle University and the University of Washington, together with our financial supporters, cover the costs.
lunch be provided?
Hey, come on: this is a free program! Please have lunch before coming to the program or bring something to eat during the first session. For a list of restaurants and lunch places in the area see the list at the bottom of this page or visit Seattle CitySearch, change the neighborhood to Capitol Hill/First Hill, and browse the restaurants category.
Will I receive any sort of
confirmation about my registration?
No. By submitting the web registration form, your registration information will be sent to the BTG registration coordinator. If you want to confirm that your registration was received, please contact Jane Draney at Seattle University via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (206/ 398-4089).
When should I plan to arrive?
Because the program starts promptly at noon, please plan to arrive by 11:45. That gives you time to collect your nametag and handout materials and find a seat for the introductions, overview, and first plenary session.
near Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall (12th &
Pizza & Sports Bar
730 12th Ave.
800 12th Ave.
812 12th Ave.
“Taste of Vietnam”
514 12th Ave.
University Student Center
11th & E. Cherry
Some food services will be open during the day.
“Home Style Deli”
734 12th Ave.
806 12th Ave.
This list is for informational purposes only and is not intended as an endorsement of any particular eating establishment. There are additional restaurants along 12th avenue, Madison Street and Broadway avenue as well as in the greater Capitol Hill/First Hill area.