Events for Wednesday, October 2, 2019
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The Pro Bono Program and the Berkeley Law Community Service Group are partnering with Centro Legal de la Raza during National Pro Bono Week to help 15 DACA Recipients renew their work permit. Our goal is to help 15 DACA Recipients with the $495 fee associate with renewing. Two DACA's have been funded so far, […]Find out more »
BCLB Leadership Lunch Talk (Powered by the Women in Business Law Initiative): Phuong Phillips; Zynga — Gaming the System
A conversation with Phuong Phillips, Chief Legal Officer at Zynga. Powered by the Women in Business Law Initiative. Phuong Phillips is Chief Legal Officer for Zynga, overseeing all legal affairs and government relations for the company. Prior to joining Zynga, Phillips served as Associate General Counsel for Tesla, Inc., where she managed the post-acquisition integrations of […]Find out more »
Come learn about the Away Field Placement Program, and hear from your peers about their experiences. Lunch will be provided.Find out more »
Join WOCC for our second general body meeting! We will be introducing our faculty advisors and other professors of color. Lunch will be served, as always.Find out more »
Join the American Constitution Society (ACS) to learn more about the "unsettling contemporary history of the FBI and a bold call for reform" from Mike German, a fellow with the Liberty and National Security program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School. Mr. German formerly worked at the ACLU and served sixteen years […]Find out more »
Come learn about joining the Peer Wellness Coalition, a student organization dedicated to increasing wellness and mental health resources in Berkeley Law and in the legal profession more generally. Feel free to air any concerns you may have about wellness at the law school while enjoying a slice of pizza!Find out more »
Are you interested in a career in criminal law or human rights? Join the Berkeley Journal of International Law and the Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law as Professor Saira Mohamed talks about her career in international law, mass atrocity crimes, and her work with the U.S. Government. She will talk about her […]Find out more »
Come hear about our plans for the school year! Lunch provided.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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