Student Events Podcast

Nicholas Wolterstorff, "Engaging the University as a Christian"

Nicholas Wolterstorff is Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology Emeritus at Yale University and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia. This event was recorded on October 12, 2011 and sponsored by the Christian Legal Society.


44:24 minutes (40.65 MB)

Panel Discussion: Hot Topics in Tech Law

This panel, sponsored by Law, Inc. and held on April 28, 2011, discussed hot topics in techology policy, law, and innovation.

Participants included:


65:00 minutes (59.51 MB)

Sandy DeLisle, "A Primer on Humane Education and Dogfighting"

The University of Chicago Student Animal Legal Defense Fund proudly presents the 3rd Annual Animal Law Week, generously supported by The McCormick Companions' Fund.  On Thursday, April 14th, 2011, Sandy DeLisle presented "A Primer on Humane Education and Dogfighting."  Ms.


57:41 minutes (52.81 MB)

BLSA Presents "Bar Associations 101"

This panel of Chicago attorneys from the Black Women Lawyer's Association was recorded on April 14, 2011, and sponsored bt the Black Law Students Association. Participants included:

  • Mary Melchor
  • Ngozi C. Okorafor
  • Josie Gough
  • Jamila Covington 


62:30 minutes (57.22 MB)

Daniel Hauff, "Undercover Investigations: Animal Agribusiness and the Law"

The University of Chicago Student Animal Legal Defense Fund proudly presents the 3rd Annual Animal Law Week, generously supported by The McCormick Companions' Fund.  On Tuesday, April 12th, Daniel Hauff discussed: "Undercover Investigations: Animal Agribusiness and the Law."  Mr. Hauff is the Director of Investigations at Mercy For Animals.  In this capacity, Mr.


63:36 minutes (58.23 MB)

Panel: "Guantanamo Redux"

This panel, recorded on May 10th, 2011, and sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the International Human Rights Law Society featured three prominent trial lawyers from Illinois, Florida, and New York involved in the defense of Guantanamo detainees and in numerous other complex criminal cases. 


71:35 minutes (65.55 MB)

Dara Lovitz, "Muzzling a Movement: The Effects of Anti-Terrorism Law on Animal Activism"

The University of Chicago Student Animal Legal Defense Fund proudly presents the 3rd Annual Animal Law Week, generously supported by The McCormick Companions' Fund.  This talk, recorded April 15th, 2011, featured Dara Lovitz discussing the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) in: "Muzzling a Movement: The Effects of Anti-Terrorism Law on Animal Activism."  In her book by the sa


67:11 minutes (61.51 MB)

Paul Waldau, "Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know"

The University of Chicago Student Animal Legal Defense Fund proudly presents the 3rd Annual Animal Law Week, generously supported by The McCormick Companions' Fund.  On Wednesday, April 13th, 2011, Paul Waldau discussed how the phrase "animal rights" is used and understood around the world in the presentation: "Animal Rights: W


61:01 minutes (55.87 MB)

Allyson Ho '00 Presents 2011 Lee Liberman Otis Award to John Ashcroft '67

Former United States Senator and Attorney General John Ashcroft (class of 1967) received the Federalist Society's 2011 Lee Liberman Otis Award for distinguished public service by an alumnus of The Law School. The award was presented by Allyson Ho (class of 2000), a partner at Morgan Lewis and former Counsel to the Attorney General.


45:46 minutes (41.9 MB)

BLSA Presents "Choose Your Path - Litigation vs. Transactional Practice"

This panel, recorded on April 7, 2011, was sponsored by the Black Law Students Association and featured four Paul Hastings attorneys. Prof. Randolph Stone was the moderator.


54:37 minutes (50 MB)
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