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Video recording of Amy Herman's The Art of Perception

Virtual Law School Fairs

Information Session -- Rutgers Law School

Intellectual Property Law at GW|Law

Regent University School of Law

Seton Hall Law Programs

The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law

University of Maryland Carey School of Law

University of Baltimore School of Law

Washington And Lee University School of Law

Welcome to Antonin Scalia Law School -- George Mason University

Widener University Commonwealth Law School

UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law

University of Richmond School of Law

Invitation to Judge the Wechsler Moot Court Competition

On behalf of the American University Washington College of Law Moot Court Honor Society, I am writing to invite you to join us to judge the Burton D. Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition, which will take place at the Washington College of Law on Friday, October 18, 2013.  It would be a great honor to host you.  We have three judging options available: (1) Friday morning from 9–12, Friday afternoon from 1–4, and Friday evening from 5–6:30.


The Wechsler competition affords competitors the unique opportunity not only to argue modern First Amendment issues in our nation’s capital, but to do so before a prestigious group of judges. 


We take great pride in providing competitors the chance to argue before judges of the highest caliber.  Past panels have hosted federal circuit judges, district judges, and practitioners like supreme court litigator Thomas Goldstein.


I sincerely hope that you are able to judge this year’s competition in October.  Your presence would allow competitors to take advantage of the wealth of legal knowledge in Washington.  Please respond by Friday, August 16, 2013 through filling out this brief form. If you have an questions or  concerns, please feel free to contact me by either phone, (571) 426-4584, or email,, at your earliest convenience.



Alexis Miller

Vice President

Moot Court Honor Society

American University Washington College of Law




Real Estate Seminar

August 2013 Handouts

Overview, Business Cards, VA DC MD Info, Settlement Process, Mortgage and Loan Info


Past Events 


Lighted Taper Talk, Judge Essex

 January 14, 2014 - click link for recording; transcript will be posted soon

 Rebroadcast of Judge Essex's talk

Judge's Notes


Moot Court Honor Society - Washington College of Law

National High School Moot Court Competition

 March 24-25th - click link for more information

 Moot Court


The PTOS Education Committee cordially invites you to the inaugural event:

The Lighted Taper: A Patent and Trademark Office Society Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Chief Judge Paul R. Michel (Ret.)

“Beating the Backlog of Examinations and Re-Examinations with Proven Judicial Efficiency Techniques”

 February 15, 2012 1-2pm
Madison South Auditorium

 Remote Access is available:                                                                                                            

Questions? Please contact Yara Green, Christyann Pulliam, or David Sosnowski

* No other time is authorized for this event*


Interested in Applying to CUA Law?

Then come to an Open House hosted by the Office of Admissions!

Where: Columbus School of Law, Slowinski Courtroom (2nd floor)

                       3600 John McCormack Road, NE

               Washington, DC 20064

Two blocks north of the Brookland-CUA Metro Station, on the red line.


When: February 16, 2012; 6:00 – 7:30pm

Current law students as well as representatives from the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid will be present to answer any questions that you have. Light refreshments will be served.


Event sponsored by the Office of Admissions at the Columbus School of Law; 202-319-5151.


Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
February 24 & 25, 2012

Your help needed!

Greetings from the International Law Students Association, the non-profit organization that globally administers the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. 

We are currently seeking young lawyers with an interest in International Law to serve as oral argument round judges for the D.C. Regional Competition, which will take place in Washington D.C. on Friday, February 24, 2012 and Saturday, February 25, 2012 at The George Washington University Law School. We are also seeking lawyers to judge the memorial rounds of the competition in January 2012.

Follow link to Education Committee Outreach Page for more information.

Moot Court

ReSET Information Session

 What makes kids' curiosity spark?  What if you could inspire the minds of tomorrow?

Come learn about this rewarding science outreach volunteering opportunity.

Where: Randolph 10 D 45

When:  Tuesday August 16, 2011 at 12 noon   

Food (but no other time) will be provided.

 Questions? Please contact Peter Mehravari.



PTOS Real Estate Seminar

Who? a few Realtors,

            a Mortgage Broker, a Direct Lender,  a CPA, and a Title Company Representative

What? Presentation with Q and A

Where? Randolph 1st Floor Conference Room

When? August 9, 2011 at 11:45 a.m.

Food? Yes! Sandwiches will be provided.

RSVP Required using PTOS reservation system -



PTOS and APANet Annual Series on Law School

Law School, Financial Aid and LSAT Prep Fair

Wednesday June 22, 2011

1 p.m. - 3 p.m. (note the time change)

Madison North Auditorium

Here’s your opportunity to get answers from law school admissions counselors, financial aid representatives and LSAT preparation company representatives.


Managing Work and Law School Seminar 

Wednesday July 6, 2011

1 p.m. - Randolph 1st Floor Conference Room


Applying to Law School Seminar 

Tuesday July 19, 2011

1 p.m. - Jefferson 1st Floor Conference Room


PTOS Real Estate Seminar

Who?  a few Realtors,

            a Mortgage Broker,

            a Direct Lender,

            a CPA, and

            a Title Company Representative

What? Presentation with Q and A

Where?  Randolph 1st Floor Conference Room

When?  January 11, 2011 at 12:00 p.m.

Food?  Yes!  Sandwiches will be provided.



RSVP Required at

MCS Access Available



Mortgage Presentation

Preapproval Form

Title Company Role

Home Buyer Guide Book

Real Estate Presentation

Feel free to contact the speakers directly with additional questions (contact info).


National Lab Day
Starts May 12, 2010

Please join Director Kappos in helping further the Office's initiative to volunteer and bring science and math to the classrooms. You may volunteer through the National Lab Day site: . There are many ways to get involved both though National Lab Day and through our programs in place with the PTOS: Kids 'n Chemistry (contact Michael Mansen), Science Fair (contact Julie Ann Watko), and ReSET (contact Christyann Pulliam or Yara Green).

We hope that you will help us bring the excitement of science to kids.


 Education Committe Members
Co-Chairs: Christyann Pulliam - 571-270-1007  and  Yara Green - 571-270-3035

Members: Luther Behringer, Adam Duda, Carolyn Igyarto, Pape Sene, Ian Soule

The Education Committee of the Society is an active participant in arenas within the Patent and Trademark Office and in the local community.
The committee obtains and present guest lecturers on various technological subjects, current legal issues.

Taper: A Patent and Trademark Office Society Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Chief Judge Paul R. Michel (Ret.)