Events for Thursday, September 5, 2019
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Please join Professor Amanda Tyler and Professor John Yoo for a discussion of the recent Supreme Court rulings (Iancu, Census cases, Rucho v. Common Cause, American Legion, and others). Food will be available as supplies last.Find out more »
NOTE DATE CHANGE (No longer happening on Aug. 28) Join WOCC for our first general body meeting of the year! Meet old and new members and learn about upcoming events. Lunch will be served.Find out more »
The Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law is the nation's premier labor and employment journal. BJELL publishes scholarship on a wide breadth issues ranging from artificial intelligence to human trafficking to the #metoo movement and is frequently cited by courts and practitioners alike. The journal also connects its members with notable practitioners, selects five […]Find out more »
Lawyering for a gender diverse community provides its own unique challenges and joys. In this talk, we review the ever-evolving language used to describe the trangender and gender-nonconforming experience and discuss best practices. Join us in making our spaces safer <3 Students, staff, and faculty are invited to attend. Food will be provided! Please RSVP […]Find out more »
Ecology Law Quarterly (ELQ) is at the center of Berkeley's environmental law community both in and outside of the classroom. Our journal is entirely student lead, and publishes four issues a year while also maintaining an online companion journal. Every year we embark on adventures to Yosemite National Park in the fall, Tahoe in the […]Find out more »
Patenting Innovation in the Life Sciences The research needed to bring medicines to market is time-consuming, costly, and uncertain. Life sciences companies often need broad, "genus" patents to protect their innovations. However, the patent system requires a detailed written description of any invention. That may pose challenges for the broader patents sought by the […]Find out more »
Are you interested in sports? Entertainment? Law? The Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law may be for you! Come to our first general body meeting to learn about the academic journal and all of the incredible activities we have planned for this year. (Lunch will be provided on a first come, first served basis) […]Find out more »
Berkeley Law has collaborated with the Womxn of Color Collective to exhibit a portrait gallery created by law student and WOCC member Anya Ku. The gallery features portraits of twenty-two of our members, accompanied by statements sharing what it means to each subject to be a woman of color in law. The project is intended […]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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