Join LSRJ and the Law School Democrats for a screening of After Tiller, the award-winning documentary that explores the topic of third-trimester abortions, the four doctors in the United States who provide them, and their patients, in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr.
The Washington Post labeled Donald Devine as Ronald Reagan's "terrible swift sword of the civil service" when he served as Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management during President Reagan's first term.
Want to hear honest opinions about women in law from a practicing female attorney? Join Law Women's Caucus for "Tea and Truth," a small-group discussion and Q+A session about the reality of practicing law as a female and a mother. Hear from an attorney currently working as an in-house IP counsel, with several years of experience at a big firm and a clerkship for a federal circuit court judge.
Law of the Land and the Environmental Law Society present a lunch panel discussing the growth of urban, alternative energy generation projects nationwide and locally in Chicago. Focusing on Chicago-based projects including ComEd's City Solar project, a 10MW solar installation on a 41-acre brownfield in West Pullman, the panel will examine the particular legal obstacles for urban, alternat