Student organization event

Disability Law Society & American Constitution Society present "Post-Newtown Legal Reforms: A Panel Discussion"

This discussion, sponsored by ACS and the Disability Law Society, was held on February 12, 2013.

Speakers included:


58:13 minutes (53.3 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
American Constitution Society
Student organization presenters: 
Disability Law Society

ACS Presents: ALICE and Why Progressives Should Take Back Statehouses, with Professor Joel Rogers

Date: 
02.27.2013
Location: 
Room IV

 For nearly forty years, conservative-backed ALEC has secretively disseminated model laws to its network of more than 2,000 state legislators -- resulting in a weakened

Jewish Law Student Association presents Professor Saul Levmore, "Altar boys and Yeshiva boys: remedies for past sex crimes"

Date: 
02.27.2013
Location: 
Room I

The Jewish Law Student Association presents Professor Saul Levmore, William B. Graham Distinguished Service Professor of Law.

The Law and Economics Society: Ron Unz on Ivy League Admissions

Date: 
02.20.2013
Location: 
Room I

Ron Unz is the founder of Wall Street Analytics, a former candidate for governor of California and the current publisher of The American Conservative.

Randy Barnett and Anup Malani, "Who Won the Obamacare Case?"

Professor Randy Barnett is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center. After getting his bachelor's from Northwestern University and his law degree from Harvard Law School, Professor Barnett was a prosecutor in the Cook County States' Attorney's Office. He then took several academic positions before coming to GULC in 2006.


60:20 minutes (55.24 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
Federalist Society

Law Students for Reproductive Justice Present: "Impacts of Law and Law Enforcement on Men Who Buy Sex"

Date: 
04.10.2013
Location: 
Room IV

Lara Janson, a Mitchell Scholar, PhD candidate at the University of Chicago, and Huffington Post contributor, presents her groundbreaking research about the "demand side" of human trafficking and the commercial sex industry.

Working in Transactional Law

Date: 
02.14.2013
Location: 
Classroom V

Join the Women’s Mentoring Program for a panel discussion on working in transactional law.  The panel will feature Kate Casale MacNally ’08 (Pircher, Nichols & Meeks), Sara Feinstein ’08 (Perkins Coie LLP), Amy Parker ’09 (Seyfarth Shaw LLP), and Jessie Waller ’09 (Mayer Brown LLP). Beth Flaming ’00 (Sidley Austin LLP) will moderate.

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