Events for Tuesday, October 1, 2019
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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 »
Join UCDC Law Program Director, Nicole Lehtman, and Field Placement Program Director, Sue Schechter, and previous UCDC participants for a session about a semester opportunity in Washington, D.C. with nonprofits, advocacy organizations or the federal government.Find out more »
For lunch, please RSVP at https://forms.gle/KZ9sFixTzkW9agmu5 Decades of Deceit – Author and investigative journalist Carey Gillam and Baum Hedlund lawyer Pedram Esfandiary discuss their respective work involving the revelations of decades of corporate corruption surrounding the marketing by Monsanto Co. of a popular weed killing product suspected to cause cancer. Gillam will discuss her […]Find out more »
Immigration Lunch Talk – Suing the Federal Government on Behalf of Mothers Separated from their Children
The Berkeley Immigration Group & the American Constitution Society at Berkeley Law will have a virtual lunch talk with Emma Winger, from the American Immigration Council, & Kaitlyn Shaeffer, from Arnold & Porter. We will be discussing the tort lawsuit they filed in Arizona on behalf of mothers separated from their children under the family […]Find out more »
Rethinking Copyright and Photography This presentation will discuss how courts have treated photographs as copyrightable and how they have addressed (or not addressed) identifying specific elements in photographs that are protectable under copyright law. We will show lots of pictures and invite discussion from the audience. Simon Frankel, partner at Covington, is an […]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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