Events for Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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BCLB Leadership Lunch Talk (Powered by the Business in Society Institute): Amy Weaver; Salesforce — Tales from the Tower
A conversation with Amy Weaver, General Counsel of Salesforce. Interview by Amelia Miazad, Director of the Business in Society Institute. Amy Weaver leads the legal, compliance, internal audit, security and government affairs teams at Salesforce. She is a member of the company’s executive committee. Prior to joining Salesforce, Weaver was executive vice president and general […]Find out more »
Are you interested in exploring a post-graduate federal or state judicial clerkship? CDO Deputy Director Eric Stern will be holding a forum to ensure that 2Ls have the latest information on clerkships and the resources available to support applicants. Eric will go over the new law clerk hiring timeline and provide 2Ls with an action plan […]Find out more »
This workshop explores how to network and make important business connections in the United States. Professional Networking/Career Coach, Michelle Florendo, will speak about how to approach U.S. attorneys in a professional setting, appropriate topics of conversations, attire, methods of communication, and the general culture of U.S. networking.Find out more »
Students at UC Berkeley Law are organizing the second ever UC Berkeley Law Spring Break trip to Palestine! The trip will consist of a robust week-long trip through historical Palestine and will include speakers from political, business, and human rights organizations. Do you want to know more? Hear what it is all about from people who […]Find out more »
It's not you, it's law school. Join radical law students challenging the traditional notions of what three years at law school looks like. We will discuss how to take your legal education into your own hands and create your own social justice curriculum, offer tips on navigating classroom hierarchies, and advice on how to hold […]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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