Events for Wednesday, September 4, 2019
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Please join us for a panel of Bay Area practitioners who will discuss what it’s like to be a criminal prosecutor working to vindicate the rights of victims and protect public safety. Panelists will also cover their respective career paths, their offices’ internship and post-graduate hiring programs, and share advice to students interested in becoming […]Find out more »
The American Constitution Society at Berkeley Law (ACS) presents a book talk with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky. Dean Chemerinsky will be speaking about his most recent book We the People: A Progressive Reading of the Constitution for the Twenty-First Century. Food will be provided! We the People lays out a compelling framework for progressives to read the […]Find out more »
Join Queer Caucus as we welcome new students! QC was founded in 1978 to eradicate the legal, political, and social oppression of LGBTQ people and to provide an affirming, supportive base for students of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. We will be introducing the year's board as well as events and programs planned for the […]Find out more »
Come learn about how you can join the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law and what it's like to be a member on the journal! Lunch will be provided.Find out more »
Are you interested in contributing to and facilitating a forum for scholars, practitioners, and students to address law and policy issues affecting the African-American community and the African Diaspora. If so, then the Berkeley Journal of African American Law & Policy might be the place for you! Please attend our first General Body Meeting of […]Find out more »
Are you interested in Federal Indian Law? Do you want to get involved in issues relating to Native communities? Would you like to be a part of a community that embraces native students and allies? Come to the Native American Law Student Association's first general body meeting! All are welcome and there will be food […]Find out more »
The legal profession in the U.S. has its own culture, including expectations about what constitutes “professionalism” and a strong focus on relationship-building at all levels. This program will cover some professionalism basics before diving in detail into best practices for handling the many professional/social events law students attend. Students will then have a chance to […]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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