Student organization event

Neighbors Community Service Organization Informational Lunch Talk


Come hear about the Neighbors community service organization at lunch on Thursday, October 7th in Room I and learn about our programs and other opportunities to get involved! Lunch will be provided!

Reception Celebrating Diversity at the Law School

North Green Lounge

Dean Michael Schill and Dean of Students Amy Gardner invite all University of Chicago Law School students to a reception celebrating diversity at the Law School. The event will take place on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. in the North Green Lounge of the Law School.

Michael H. Schill
Amy M. Gardner

Join ACS at The Pub

University of Chicago Pub

An Introduction to ACS with The Hon. Abner Mikva

Room II

Progressive Lawyering: An Introduction to ACS

Judge Mikva will discuss the founding of ACS and the future of progressive lawyering

Sebastien Gay and Tom Johnson, "How Much is Fluffy Worth? Valuing Companion Animals in Tort"

Sebastien Gay is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Chicago; Tom Johnson is Executive Director of the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. This talk, hosted by the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, was recorded May 13, 2010, as part of the 2nd Annual Animal Law Week, sponsored by the McCormick Companion Animals Fund.

63:06 minutes (57.77 MB)

Environmental Law Society presents National Resource Defense Council's Midwest Office

Henry Henderson is Program Director of the NRDC's Midwest Office. Shannon Fisk is the lead litigation attorney in the Midwest Office regarding coal power plants. This talk was recorded on April 22, 2010 and was sponsored by the Environmental Law Society.

56:16 minutes (51.52 MB)

Ruth Gavison, "Constitution-making as a Form of Nation Building: The Israeli Experience"

Ruth Gavison, PhD, is one of Israel's leading public intellectuals and legal thinkers. She is currently serving as Haim H. Cohn Professor of Human Rights at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she teaches legal theory and human rights.

61:06 minutes (55.94 MB)

Panel Discussion on SEC v. Goldman Sachs

Speakers, including Douglas Baird (Harry A. Bigelow Distinguished Service Professor of Law), M.

60:20 minutes (55.24 MB)

Panel on Academic Freedom feat. Richard Shweder and Adam Kissel

Richard Shweder is William Claude Reavis Distinguished Service Professor of Human Development at the University of Chicago. Adam Kissel, is Director, Individual Rights Defense Program at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

64:36 minutes (59.14 MB)
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