Events for Tuesday, April 2, 2019
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Have burning research questions? Want to learn about new Lexis programs or how to use Lexis effectively? Want to get the table tip of the week and earn Lexis points? Come by the Lexis Nexis table each week to get what you need and collect healthy snacks, highlighters and other goodies. Every week we'll also be […]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 »
Do you have questions about preparing for the bar exam? Come listen to and ask questions of LL.M. alumni who have done it. Feel free to bring your lunch!Find out more »
Please join the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice (BGLJ) for our weekly meeting Tuesday in Room 10 at 12:45 pm. BGLJ is a student-edited journal that follows a consensus-based model to publishing and administration. Our mandate is to publish feminist legal scholarship that critically examines the intersection of gender and at least one other […]Find out more »
BCLT/BTLJ Law & Tech Speaker Series – Johnson & Johnson, “Combating Counterfeit and Illegal Diversion”
Combating Counterfeit and Illegal Diversion Growing at over 15% per annum and expanding to $1.7 trillion of global economic output per year, illicit trade, including counterfeit and diversion, presents significant risks to patients, consumers and business. This luncheon topic will discuss the emerging business discipline of Global Brand Protection (GBP) and specifically about how […]Find out more »
The Rutter Award for Teaching Distinction honors Berkeley Law professors who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to teaching. The annual award was established in 1995 by William A. Rutter, philanthropist, lawyer, educator, and author, who was a member of the legal profession for more than 50 years. This year’s recipient is Professor Andrew Bradt. Andrew Bradt is a scholar of civil procedure, conflict of laws, and […]Find out more »
Attendance is by registration only. Email email@example.com for information on how to register. The FORM+FUND workshops are two-hour interactive programs that address critical operational, financial, and legal components of starting and scaling a successful business. Each workshop features introductions hosted by leading Silicon Valley attorneys, entrepreneurs, and/or venture capitalists.Find out more »
Jewish Identities in Israel: Confrontations, Crises and Novel Conceptions – A Lecture by Tomer Persico
Tomer Persico has taught for the last eight years at the Department for Comparative Religion in Tel-Aviv University, and has joined the Shalom Hartman Institute as a Research Fellow four years ago. His fields of study are contemporary spirituality, Jewish renewal, forms of secularization and trends of secularization and religiosity in Israel. His book, The […]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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