For more information about ABA CLEO, please refer to http://www.cleoscholars.com/.

Please review this page frequently, as information will be updated regularly.

Accommodations

If you are a student with a disability and need accommodations, please contact Macey Edmondson, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, at maceye@olemiss.edu.

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Arrival on Campus

Campus Map

Upon arrival on campus, please go the Residential College – South. All CLEO attendees and teaching assistants will be housed in the Residential College-South. Check-in for all CLEO attendees will begin at  12:00 p.m. on June 8th. All teaching assistants are expected to check- in at 10:00 A.M. on June 7th.  The physical address of the Residential College-South is 100 Faculty Row, University, MS 38677. If you have trouble finding this location, please call 662.915.1792.

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Attire

Attire for class will be casual. However, students will need to bring business clothes for , graduation ceremony, and on-campus graduate fair (if you have not already chosen a law school to attend).

Please keep in mind that summers in Mississippi are very hot and humid.  Please bring appropriate clothing.  Also, the law school may get chilly during the day, so a cardigan, sweatshirt, or light jacket is suggested.  You may use one of the law school lockers to store your belongings (just remember to bring your own lock and make sure you’ve requested the locker).

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Before Arrival

CLEO students are required to have a GMail account for use during the Institute. Please sign up for a GMail account at www.google.com by clicking “gmail” and following the instructions for creating an account.  Your GMail must be created by May 12th.

Students are required to complete an Institute survey by May 12th. The survey is located at https:  https.//www.surveymoney.com/s/cleo2014. You must use your GMail address on this survey.  Please contact Macey Edmondson if you have any issues completing the survey.

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Campus Dining

Students will be provided meals through Ole Miss Dining Services. For more information about these services click: http://www.campusdish.com/en-US/CSS/OleMiss/.

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Campus Map

A downloadable campus map can be found at: http://map.olemiss.edu/.

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CLEO Small Groups

To be determined

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Contact Information

Dean Richard Gershon Law School Dean igershon@olemiss.edu
Dean Sandra Cox-McCarty Program Director lwsandra@olemiss.edu
Dean Macey Edmondson Co-Program Director maceye@olemiss.edu
Dean Matthew Hall Legislation mrhall@olemiss.edu
Prof. Michael Hoffheimer Criminal Law mhoffhei@olemiss.edu
Prof. Larry Pittman Torts lpittman@olemiss.edu
Prof. Jason Derrick Legal Writing wjderric@olemiss.edu
Prof. Patricia Krueger Legal Writing pkrueger@olemiss.edu

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Emergencies

Please become familiar with the University’s emergency information policies. Click here for details: http://www.olemiss.edu/emergency/.

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Extracurricular Activities

Although the CLEO Program is an intensive program, you are welcome to take advantage of the extra-curricular activities that the University of Mississippi provides during your program.  Your student ID will provide you access to: most on-campus athletic events and the Turner Recreation Center.  Other programs will be planned for CLEO participants.

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Health Insurance

Health insurance is not provided for CLEO Summer Institute participants. Students are strongly encouraged to obtain health insurance before arrival.

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Health Services

Below are the closest medical facilities located near the University of Mississippi campus:

V B Harrison Student Health Services,
University of MS
(662) 915-7274
www.olemiss.edu/depts/stu_health/

Allcare Clinic
301 Jackson Avenue West,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-6464
www.allcareoxfordms.com

Oxford Urgent Care
1929 University Avenue
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 2366-2232
www.oxfordurgentclinic.com

Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi
2301 South Lamar,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 232-8100
http://bmhcc.org

Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford
1487 Belk Blvd
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-1090
www.urgentcareoxford.com

Prescription Refill Centers

V B Harrison Student Health Services,
University of MS
(662) 915-7274
www.olemiss.edu/depts/stu_health/

CVS
1912 Jackson Ave.
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 238-3427
http://www.cvs.com/stores/cvs-pharmacy-address/1912-Jackson-Ave-Oxford-MS-38655/storeid=6031

Walgreens
1808 University Ave.
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 513-0894
http://www.walgreens.com/locator/walgreens-1808-university-ave-oxford-ms-38655/id=7757

Wal-Mart
2530 Jackson Ave. West
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-9131
www.urgentcareoxford.com

Kroger 

2013 University Ave.
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 236-6811
www.kroger.com

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Hotels

For those in need of hotel accommodations, either for visitors or themselves:

The Inn at Ole Miss
120 Alumni Drive,
University, MS 38677
(662) 234-2331
www.theinnatolemiss.com

Hampton Inn, Oxford
103 Ed Perry Blvd.,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-5565
www.HamptonInn.Hilton.com/Oxford

Holiday Inn Express
112 Heritage Drive,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 236-2500
www.hiexpress.com

Day’s Inn
1101 Frontage Road,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-9500
www.daysinn.com

Comfort Inn
1808 Jackson Avenue, West,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-6000
www.comfortinn.com

Super 8 Motel
2201 Jackson Avenue West,
Oxford, MS 38655
(662) 234-7013
www.super8.com


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Housing

  • CLEO attendees and teaching assistants will be housed in the Residential College-South complex for the duration of the Institute.  You will be assigned a roommate at Check-In based on your pre-CLEO survey answers. For more information about the Residential College- South, please call 662.915.1792 or email: rcollege@olemiss.edu.
  • Check-In: 12:00 p.m.—4:00 p.m. on June 8th
  • Check-Out: TBD (based upon flight schedules), July 19
  • Linens and towels will not be provided

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Institute Schedule

CLEO Schedule 2014 will be posted soon.

Please note that this schedule is subject to change. Please check frequently for any updates.

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Orientation

Sunday, June 8, 2014

4:30 p.m., Room 1078

4:30  
Group photo, Stairs in front of the law school building (near Admissions Office)

This photo will be taken by Jenny Kate Luster, Director of Communications.  The photo will be used for CLEO and UM publications.  Dress is business.

“How to take a law school exam,” Professor Cotton Ruthven

6:00
Dinner, Café/Room 1115

Dinner will be served in the cafe and adjoining room, 1115.  Newks is catering the event and will provide sandwiches, a side, dessert, and a beverage.

7:00 
Orientation, Room 1078

Welcome and introduction of faculty, teaching assistants, and administration, Dean Richard Gershon

Discussion of the conduct code for the Institute, Dean Sandra Cox-McCarty

Discussion of small groups- how to be prepared and what is expected, TAs

Review of orientation packet and signing of required forms for the Institute

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Oxford

The once small town is now a dynamic community where students may avail themselves of any number of services and amenities each and every day. For information on Oxford and upcoming events please visit the City of Oxford website at http://oxfordms.net.

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Parking Information

Parking on campus lots will require a permit. Students with cars must register them with the University Police Department. Registration forms and parking maps will be provided at Orientation.

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Places of Worship

Places of Worship in Oxford, MS (Yellow Pages)

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Schedule

To be determined

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Smoking Policy

The University of Mississippi is a smoke-free campus: http://www.olemiss.edu/smokefree/

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Student Code of Conduct and Honor Code

Download the Honor Code

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Technology Information

Computers will be available for use on the campus if you do not wish to bring a laptop.  In addition to computer usage, printing service information and costs can be found at: http://www.olemiss.edu/itlabs/.

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Text Books

Students will be provided with text books or handouts for their Criminal Law, Torts, Legislation and Legal Research and Writing courses during orientation.

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Travel While in Oxford

Travel services while in Oxford are provided by the following:

Rebel Taxi: 662-832-7433

Angel Taxi: 662-236-5557

Oxford University Transit: 662-234-3540 or www.oxfordms.net/visitors/transit/bus-routes-a-schedules.html.

Rebel Pedel Program: http://bike.olemiss.edu/docs/RebelPedalsMembership.pdf

Enterprise Car Rental: http://www.enterprise.com/car_rental/wls.do?gpbr=55C7

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Travel to Oxford (Airport and other Transportation)

Students traveling by air may use the following airports:

Memphis International Airport, Memphis, Tennessee

(Located approximately one hour and fifteen minutes from Oxford)

www.mscaa.com.

Tupelo Regional Airport, Tupelo, Mississippi

(Located approximately forty-five minutes from Oxford)

www.flytupelo.com.

Jackson-Evers International Airport

(Located approximately three hours from Oxford)

http://jmaa.com.

Amtrak, Memphis, Tennessee

www.amtrak.com.

Transportation from the Memphis Airport to Oxford, Mississippi

The University of Mississippi School of Law will provide transportation from the Memphis International Airport to Oxford only on Sunday, June 8th. Please make sure that your flight arrives in Memphis by 2:00 P.M. You should also have claimed your baggage by this time. Please meet in the Delta Airlines baggage claim area and a teaching assistant will be there to greet you. At the conclusion of the Institute, a bus will depart from Oxford to the Memphis International Airport on Saturday, July 19th. Departure time from Oxford will be contingent on the earliest flight schedule of the attendees needing transportation to the airport.

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University of Mississippi IDs

Students will receive their UM ID on the first day of the Institute. UM IDs allow students access to:

  1. Paul B. Johnson Commons Dining Hall, Law School Café, and the UM Student Union food vendors
  2. Residential College – South
  3. Law School (you must swipe in after hours)
  4. Turner Center, the University’s exercise facility (it has an indoor pool for those interested in swimming)
  5. J.D. Williams Library, the main campus library, and the Grisham Law Library (including checking out books at the law library)
  6. Free access to OUT, the city’s transportation system with routes that pick up and drop off on campus

Please email a jpg file of a professional color photo (app. 2.5″ x 3.5″) to Macey Edmondson at maceylynd@gmail.com by May 12, 2012. Please, send no full-body shots, hats, or head coverings.

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Weather In Oxford

The average high for June and July is 88-91° F and the low is 70°F. Record highs fall between 104° and 108°. Buildings are air-conditioned, so you will need to prepare for both warm and cool conditions. We receive approximately 4.82 inches of rain in June and 4.10 in July.

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What to Bring (suggested list)

  • Alarm Clock
  • Bedding: sheets and blankets for a twin-size bed (extra long)
  • Towels and toiletries
  • Medications
  • Casual clothing and shoes
  • Business formal clothing and shoes
  • Rain gear
  • Sweater/sweatshirt (temperatures in different buildings vary)
  • Extra money for activities
  • Study supplies: highlighters, notebooks, pens and pencils
  • Laptop (not required)
  • Camera
  • A padlock for your locker at the law school

Please DO NOT bring the following items:

  • Candles
  • Nails or Tacks
  • Space Heaters
  • Pets
  • Weapons
  • Alcohol
  • Controlled or illegal substances are completely prohibited