Join fellow Hampden-Sydney attorneys on the Hill this fall for the first meeting of the Hampden-Sydney Bar Association! Earn CLE credit during Friday’s wide-ranging legal seminar, network with H-SC alumni in the legal field, meet and mentor current H-SC pre-law students, and take in the 121st playing of The Game at 1 PM on Saturday.
Thursday, November 10
Founder’s Day Dinner (optional)
Announcement of the Inaugural Hampden-Sydney Legal Excellence Award
Friday, November 11
Full day of H-SC Style CLE
Course Presenters and Topics include:
Ron Baker, Past President of North Carolina Bar; “Legal Zoom: The End or Just The Beginning?”
Tom Spahn, McGuire Woods; “Ethics in the 21st Century Practice of Law”
Andrew Arruda, CEO of Ross Intelligence; “AI and The Law:
What Will the Lawyer of The Future Look Like?”
G. Michael Pace ’79 and H. Timothy Isaacs, Center for the Teaching of the Rule of Law;
“The Rule of Law in Civil Society”
Cocktails and Dinner with Pre-Law Students
Saturday, November 12
Tailgate in the Founders Lot for Law Alumni prior to the 121st playing of The Game
Visit the Hampden-Sydney Bar Association Webpage for the full schedule of events and to
Mark your calendar now and plan to get a head start on your CLE credits for 2017.
Hotel blocks are available at the Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn, and Days Inn.
Ask for Room Block: “Hampden-Sydney Bar Association”
The Circle returns for its sixth year on Friday, November 18th.
Mark your calendar for another memorable evening at the Country Club of Virginia,
featuring a live band, outstanding silent and
live auction items, and the company of fellow H-SC alumni, friends, and family.
Celebrate all that makes The Circle at H-SC a place where friendships and memories that last a lifetime are made.
Proceeds from The Circle support three major initiatives:
The Circle Internship Fund for students who take on unpaid internships,
The Circle Scholarship Fund, which is an endowed merit-based scholarship for fraternity men, and a “Welcome to The Circle” barbecue and bluegrass event intended to introduce students to Fraternity Rush.
For event updates, photos from last year’s event, or to donate an auction item, visit http://501auctions.com/hsccircle
H-SC Tigers vs. Guilford College
Thursday, February 23, 2017
1 pm EST
Salem Civic Center
Cheer on the Hampden-Sydney Tigers in the first game of the ODAC Men’s Basketball quarterfinals this Thursday!
Join us as the Tigers take on #1 Guilford College in the ODAC Tournament Thursday afternoon at 1 PM at the Salem Civic Center. Arrive early for refreshments, giveaways, and good company in the hospitality room sponsored by the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association and the Roundball Club.
Doors will open at 12:00 PM
Refreshments and giveaways will be provided for Tigers of all ages.
As the Tigers advance, the hospitality room will open one hour prior to each game.
For a full interactive tournament bracket, Click Here . Individual session tickets will be available the day of each game at the Salem Civic Center $12 for adults; $6 for college students and younger. Full-tournament ticket books ($36 for adults) are also available.
Please call the Salem Civic Center (540) 375-3004 or ODAC Office (540) 389-7373.
All games in Salem can be watched LIVE on www.odaclive.com, the conference’s new championship streaming network.
Don’t miss the chance to catch your Tigers in action this Thursday.
Join us on the Hill as we welcome Charles Leerhsen, author of the New York Times bestseller Ty Cobb: A Terrible Beauty, winner of the 2015 Casey Award for best baseball book of the year.
Through his research, Mr. Leerhsen – a former editor for Sports Illustrated – discovered a man altogether different from the Ty Cobb he’d set out to describe. Tiger baseball players, supporters, and their families will enjoy this exploration of the baseball legend whose name graces the College ballpark.
This event is free and open to the public.