Student organization event

Health Law Society presents "Different Career Paths in Health Law"

Date: 
11.09.2010
Location: 
Room IV

Come hear in-house counsel for a hospital, law firm associates, and government attorneys from the Department of Health and Human Services talk about their work, and the different career paths that are available in the growing field of Health Law!  Lunch (Snail) will be provided.

The IP Law Society Presents: "It's All Fun and Games until you get Sued by Chuck Norris"

Date: 
11.11.2010
Location: 
Room II

"Chuck Norris's tears cure cancer. Too bad he has never cried."
"Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits."
"Chuck Norris can charge a cell phone by rubbing it against his beard."

ACS Presents Judge Gary Feinerman: The Confirmation Process and Early Reflections from the Bench

Date: 
11.08.2010
Location: 
Room IV

Judge Feinerman will discuss the judicial nomination and confirmation process, based on his recent experience. Additionally, he will provide reflections on his early experience on the bench and his insights on the transition from practicing attorney to federal judge.

Clinics in Action: Equalizing Sentences in Federal Illegal Reentry Cases

Date: 
11.08.2010
Location: 
Room I

Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Alison Siegler and former students James Burnham ('09), Emma Burnham ('09) and Tom Gorman ('10), will discuss the work of the Federal C

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler

PILS Presents: Public Interest Advocacy for Migrants

Date: 
11.03.2010
Location: 
Room C

Alumnus Kristin Greer Love, '09, will be speaking about her work as a Skadden Fellow at Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. advocating for migrants. Drinks and desserts will be provided by PILS.

Panel on Appellate Advocacy

This panel, which was recorded on October 21, 2010, was sponsored by the Dean of Students Office and the Moot Court Board.


50:17 minutes (46.04 MB)

APALSA and The China Law Society Present: "'But Confucius Says... ' - Confucianism and Human Rights, Dispelling the Myth"

Date: 
11.10.2010
Location: 
Room V

East Asian countries have long used their Confucian Roots as an "excuse" for the state of human rights within their borders.

As it turns out, though, Confucius may really say otherwise...

Please join us, noted scholar Prof. Mary Buck Young, and Prof. Tom Ginsburg as we attempt to dispel the myth.

Faculty: 
Tom Ginsburg

Intellectual Property: A Panel on (Almost) Countless Career Options

Date: 
11.04.2010
Location: 
Room V

Interested in a Career in Intellectual Property Law?