Events for Monday, April 1, 2019
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Happy Monday morning, BAIRS*! (Berkeley Alumni-In-Residence) Please come to the Development & Alumni Relations office (room 224, opposite Admissions/The Main Reading Room) and enjoy a free cup of tea or a coffee, courtesy of the Berkeley Law Alumni Association. 7:45am to 10:30am every Monday morning.Find out more »
The Berkeley Law Foundation (BLF), a non-profit organization independent of Berkeley Law School, is hosting a Spring Pledge Drive for the Phoenix Fellowship. The Phoenix Fellowship provides financial support to help incoming students of color with a demonstrated commitment to social justice and community action attend Berkeley Law. Please come by Donor Lobby every day this week 10am-2pm, […]Find out more »
This three-part series -- comprised of "How To Write E-mails Your Clients Will Read" with Peter and Rachel on March 4th, "Americanizing Your Writing" with Professor David Carrillo on March 19th, and "Writing Stronger Sentences" with Professor Kathleen Winters on April 1st -- will focus on tools and tricks for communicating successfully with your colleagues […]Find out more »
This is a MANDATORY orientation for all those who are considering applying for or have already applied for a field placement or judicial externship away from the Bay Area (meaning other parts of California or the United States, or abroad). Lunch will be served. Room 115.Find out more »
The Center for the Study of Law and Society is pleased to announce the next speaker in the Spring 2019 CSLS Speaker Series ALESSANDRO DE GIORGI Alessandro De Giorgi is Professor of Justice Studies at San Jose State University Speaking on his research “'We Left from Nothing and We're Back to It.' […]Find out more »
Please join Berkeley Information Privacy Law Association for The Real Deal: Practicing Privacy Law In-house vs. Law Firm on April 1 at 12:45 pm in Room 105. As issues regarding privacy information gain attention in our society, it is important to understand the differences between practicing privacy law in house vs. at a law firm. To shed light on what Privacy Law looks like after law school, Michael Rubin (Latham) and Will DeVries (Google) […]Find out more »
Amy Stern will discuss her path to becoming an Attorney Adviser in the State Department's Office of the Legal Adviser and her current work in the Office of Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs. The Office of the Legal Adviser furnishes advice on all legal issues, domestic and international, arising in the course of the […]Find out more »
Law school and the legal profession are stressful. Mindfulness can be an essential tool to manage that stress and to be a better advocate! Join us as we learn together how pausing to breathe can improve our personal and professional lives. No experience is necessary! Even if you’ve never meditated before or think you’re “bad” at meditation, […]Find out more »
Events are wheelchair accessible. For disability-related accommodations, contact the organizer of the event. Advance notice is kindly requested.
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