Student organization event

Winter Quarter Clinical Offerings

Date: 
11.06.2012
Location: 
Room I

Curious about the Clinical offerings that will be available in the Winter? Not sure which you should bid on?

Legal Forum Symposium: Frontiers of Consumer Protection

Date: 
11.02.2012
Location: 
Rooms V and II (Keynote)

This Friday, November 2nd, the University of Chicago Legal Forum will present its annual topical Symposium.  This year, Symposium participants will chart the "Frontiers of Consumer Protection," discussing three unsettled areas of consumer law: consumer protection and privacy online, the "federalization" of consumer protection, and product recalls.

Faculty: 
M. Todd Henderson

IPLS & LTS present Edward Lee on "Internet Curation in Copyright’s Shadow: Pinterest, Storify, and a Proposal for 'Copyright Exempt' 501(c)(3) Entities"

Date: 
11.06.2012
Location: 
Room V

If you have ever “pinned” content from the web on Pinterest or created a social story tracking a current event on Storify, then you've been part of the growth of a new kind of user-generated content: curation.

St. Thomas More Society presents "Selfishness or Subsidiarity: Can a Catholic Vote for Romney/Ryan?"

Date: 
11.01.2012
Location: 
Room F

Featuring Loyola Professors Robert Mayer and Tisha Rajendra.

Rev. George B. Walker, Jr., "Justice or Just Us?"

George Walker has worked extensively to promote and leverage the world’s greatest resource - its people. As an employee, board member, and volunteer his focus on strategic partnerships advances ideas and plans that harness innovative opportunities and achieve results.


49:09 minutes (45 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
Black Law Students Association
Student organization presenters: 
OutLaw

ACS presents Justice Goodwin Liu

Date: 
11.01.2012
Location: 
Room II

Justice Goodwin Liu is an Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court. Justice Liu graduated from Yale Law School in 1998, becoming the first in his family to earn a law degree. He clerked for Judge David Tatel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and then worked as Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of the U.S.

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