Student organization event

Disability in the Legal Profession

Date: 
01.10.2012
Location: 
Room III

This Diversity Month event will feature a panel on issues facing people with physical disabilities in the workplace. Organized by the Disability Law Society. Sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Students. 

 

Geographic and Racial Health Disparities in the United States

Date: 
01.10.2012
Location: 
Room I

This Diversity Month event will focus on a presentation by University of Chicago medical students about their service trips in Mississippi and South Dakota.

Faculty: 
Anup Malani

The Federalist Society presents Sean O'Hare on "Obstacles to Growth in America"

Date: 
01.09.2012
Location: 
Room III

The Federalist Society and the Kauffman Foundation present:

Sean O'Hare on Occupy Wall Street and its Implications with regards to "Obstacles to Growth in America"

The Federalist Society presents Andrew Redleaf, "Obstacles to Growth in America"

Date: 
01.05.2012
Location: 
Room III

The Federalist Society, sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation presents: 

Andrew Redleaf: "Obstacles to Growth in America"

Lunch will be provided.

The Federalist Society presents Andrew Redleaf, "Obstacles to Growth in America"

Date: 
01.05.2012
Location: 
Room III

The Federalist Society, sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation presents: 

Andrew Redleaf: "Obstacles to Growth in America"

Lunch will be provided.

Public Defender Brownbag Lunch Series Kick-Off

Date: 
01.05.2012
Location: 
University of Chicago Law School, Classroom V

The Criminal Law Society and its faculty advisor, Professor Siegler, invite interested students to attend the first lunch in the new Public Defender Brownbag Lunch Series, which will be co-sponsored by OCS.

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler

BLSA presents Charlotte Walker-Said, "The HIV/AIDS Crisis in Africa and the Creation of 'Diseased Minorities'"

Charlotte Walker-Said is a Human Rights Lecturer at the University of Chicago and an African historian by training. Recently, her research has focused on gender, religion, governance, and economic expansion in West and Equatorial Africa.


60:07 minutes (55.05 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
Black Law Students Association

"Clinics In Action: The Mental Health Advocacy Project Challenges Illinois' Decision to Close Three State Hospitals"

Illinois operates nine inpatient psychiatric facilities housing approximately 1300 persons.  Faced with a substantial budget deficit, on September 8, 2011, the State announced its intention to close three of these facilities.  The State has also announced that it does not intend to fund alternative services in the community.  Because inpatient care is generally brief,


59:05 minutes (54.09 MB)
Student organization presenters: 
Disability Law Society

IPLS presents "Practical Tips to Prepare You To Succeed in the Legal Profession"

This panel was recorded on November 17, 2011, and was sponsored by The Intellectual Property Law Society and Richard Linn American Inn of Court. The panel included:


85:06 minutes (77.91 MB)

Energy Law Socity presents "Federal Fixes or Failures? Government Energy Funding Post-Solyndra"

Date: 
11.22.2011
Location: 
Law School -- Room I

A Panel Discussion with Professors Eric Biber, Todd Henderson, and David Weisbach. The three will share their thoughts on the role of government in the energy sector, including picking winners, subsidies, carbon taxes, and the free market approach

Faculty: 
M. Todd Henderson
Faculty: 
David A. Weisbach
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