SALSA

Panel: "Ferguson and Beyond: Criminal Procedure and Police Killings"

This panel was moderated by Professor Siegler and included Deputy Dean Ginsburg and Professors Huq, McAdams, and Randolph Stone.

The event took place on February 4, 2015. It was presented by BLSA in partnership with the Law School and cosponsored by ACS, APALSA, Criminal Law Society, Defenders, Human Rights Law Society, LLSA, LSRJ, LWC, PILS, and SALSA.

Participating faculty: 
Alison Siegler
Participating faculty: 
Tom Ginsburg
Participating faculty: 
Aziz Huq
Participating faculty: 
Richard H. McAdams
Participating faculty: 
Randolph N. Stone

Panel: "Ferguson and Beyond: Criminal Procedure and Police Killings"

This panel was moderated by Professor Siegler and included Deputy Dean Ginsburg and Professors Huq, McAdams, and Randolph Stone.

This panel was moderated by Professor Siegler and included Deputy Dean Ginsburg and Professors Huq, McAdams, and Randolph Stone.

Laws Prohibiting Sex-Selective Abortion in the United States: Ending Gender Discrimination or Perpetuating Xenophobia?

As part of the anti-abortion movement's legislative campaign, seven states have passed bans on sex-selective abortion and many more are pending, including in Congress.

Diversity in Public Interest Panel

Date: 
02.07.2014
Location: 
Room I

This Diversity Month program features a panel of minority attorneys discussing their work in public interest and the reasons less minority student pursue work in public interest fields. Organized by Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Black Law Students Association, Latino/a Law Students Association, Public Interest Law Society, and South Asian Law Students Association.

Keystone Points: 
10
Category: 
Learning from Leaders in the Profession

Law Students for Reproductive Justice and SALSA present: Reproductive Justice Controversies in India and the United States: A Panel Discussion

Date: 
05.13.2013
Location: 
Room IV
Contact info (email or phone): 

lsrj@law.uchicago.edu

After the internationally publicized gang rape of Jyoti Singh in December, Indian citizens protested across the country. The government of India responded and created a comprehensive ordinance on sexual assault and human trafficking. The ordinance is controversial within India and has been criticized by feminist scholars as well as sex workers.

Diversity Month Program: The Impact of Gangs on the Criminal Justice System and Chicago's South Side

Date: 
01.22.2013
Location: 
Room I
Neighbors, The South Asian Law Students Association, and The Criminal Law Society Present: 
The Impact of Gangs on the Criminal Justice System and Chicago's South Side
Rudy Nimocks, Director of Community Partnerships at the University of Chicago and former Chicago Police Chief, Herschella Conyers, Clinical Professor: Criminal and Juvenile Jus

Diverse Attorneys Career Panel

This Diversity Month event, recorded on January 13, 2011, featured lawyers from ethnic minority groups who spoke to students about working in different areas of law. Lawyers from government, academia, public interest, traditional law firm, non-traditional law firms were invited. Speakers included Harpreet Chahal, Glenn McKeon, and Oscar Alcantara.


53:30 minutes (48.99 MB)

NLG, ACS, and SALSA present Shahid Buttar

Date: 
04.04.2011
Location: 
Room V

Shahid Buttar will come to the law school on Monday, April 4, for a lunch time discussion on the role of the law in social change.   Mr. Buttar, who graduated from Stanford Law School in 2003, is a civil rights lawyer and grassroots community organizer.

Ganesh Natarajan and Teju Deshpande, "Legal Outsourcing in India"

Ganesh Natarajan is President & CEO of Mindcrest, the world's first legal outsourcing company; Teju Deshpande is Vice President for Client Services at Mindcrest. This talk was recorded January 10, 2010 and sponsored by the South Asian Law Students Association.


43:46 minutes (40.07 MB)
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