OutLaw presents "A Conservative Defense of Same-Sex Marriage" with Prof. Dale Carpenter (JD '92)

Room I

Alumnus Dale Carpenter (JD '92), Co-Founder of the Edmund Burke Society, former Editor-in-Chief of the University of Chicago Law Review, and currently Earl R. Larson Professor of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, will be speaking about why conservatives should support the freedom to marry for same-sex couples.  Lunch will be provided.

BLSA, NLG, Outlaw, and Criminal Law Society present "Queer (In)Justice" - author Joey Mogul speaks



Joey Mogul will be speaking about her new book, and about her work.

Lunch provided.

Queer (In)Justice

 by Joey Mogul, Andrea Ritchie, and Kay Whitlock

Paul Smith, "The Current Status of Litigation to Promote LGBT Rights"

Fresh from his oral argument before the Supreme Court in Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association (a First Amendment challenge to California's ban on the sale of "violent" video games to minors and the topic for the moot court competition in the fall), Mr. Smith will survey cases challenging the Defense of Marriage Act; Proposition 8; Don't Ask, Don't Tell; and more.

55:24 minutes (50.73 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
American Constitution Society

BLSA, LLSA, and Outlaw present "Diversity in Large Law Firms"

This event was recorded on January 20, 2011 and was sponsored by the Black Law Students Association, Latino/Latina Law Students Association, and Outlaw, as well as by Kirkland & Ellis.

Speakers included:

54:17 minutes (49.7 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
Black Law Students Association

APALSA, BLSA, and Outlaw present "Sticks, Stones, and the Constitution: The Regulation of Hate Speech"

Room IV, Law School

"Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me."

It's unclear, in this day and age, whether or not this adage still holds true.  Join Prof. Geoffrey Stone and Prof. Alexander Tsesis (of Loyola) as they debate the merits-- and the dangers-- of hate speech regulation and the constitution.

Lunch Provided.

Geoffrey R. Stone

Diversity Month: ACS and OutLaw present Supreme Court Litigator Paul Smith on the Current Status of Litigation to Promote LGBT Rights

Room II

ACS and OutLaw present a Diversity Month talk by Supreme Court litigator Paul Smith on the current status of litigation to promote LGBT rights.

BLSA, LLSA, and Outlaw present "Diversity in Large Law Firms"

Room III

In celebration of diversity month, please join us for a panel of attorneys who will discuss diversity at large law firms. Sponsored by Black Law Students Association, Latino Law Students Association and Outlaw.

Outlaw and BLSA present AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Pro Bono Program Training


Want to rack up some Pro Bono Hours? Not sure if you’d like public interest but want to try it? Interested in employment discrimination, low-income clients, or health law?

Get involved with the

AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Pro Bono Program

hosted by Outlaw and Black Law Students Association

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