The East Asian Legal Studies (EALS) program at Harvard Law School (HLS) is accepting submissions of papers for the Yong K. Kim ’95 Memorial Prize, awarded to the author of the best paper concerning the law or legal history of the nations and peoples of East Asia or concerning issues of law as it pertains to U.S.-East Asia relations.The author must also embody Yong Kim’s interest in and enthusiasm for fostering U.S.-East Asian understanding, be planning a career that will further advance this, and have made contributions to EALS while a student. The paper can be written in conjunction with a course, seminar, or independent study project at the HLS. The prize includes a cash award and will be announced at Commencement.Submissions (two bound or stapled copies) must be received at the EALS office, Pound Hall, Room 426, Harvard Law School, by 5 p.m. on April 23. The papers must include the student’s name, School, class level, e-mail address, and phone number.For questions, contact [email protected]
Published on October 23, 2013 at 12:35 pm Contact Stephen: [email protected] | @Stephen_Bailey1 John Raymon had another setback Saturday when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in Syracuse’s 56-0 loss to Georgia Tech.The defensive tackle has already overcome a difficult upbringing and a transfer from Iowa. Shafer spoke strongly of Raymon on Wednesday.“Johnny’s special to all of us,” Shafer said. ” … We’re looking forward to him continuing to progress academically this semester, have a little bit more time to focus on that, even if he’s going to have to be trudging through campus on crutches and wheelchairs, and that sort of thing — which isn’t easy to find for a big guy at 325 pounds.”Shafer said he’s seen players grow from similar debilitating injuries, and hopes Raymon can do the same. The football team and SU community have been very supportive, Shafer said.“Football’s a very difficult sport with injuries,” Shafer said. “Unfortunately, it showed its ugly head on John on Saturday. I’m extremely disappointed, but also understand that it’s a life lesson that’s going to make John a stronger person. He’ll get through it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Manager Michael Ryan has told Tipp FM Sport that although some members of his panel have picked up knocks in club games they haven’t been serious enough to make them doubts for the Galway clash.The Premier County will take on the Connacht side at this stage of the competion for the second successive year.The Tipp boss says he’s got an injury-free squad to work with at the moment.