Events for Tuesday, February 2, 2021
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Recognizing the importance of all stakeholders, participants will share their experiences and provide frameworks for dealing with the most relevant governance topics, ranging from pandemic response, diversity, and ESG, to “financial engineering” and risk management. Co-sponsored by the Corporate Directors Forum To register for this event: https://directorsforum.123signup.com/event/registration/kgbnsFind out more »
Dr. Oded Adomi Leshem, political psychologist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will join us to speak about his research around the pivotal role that hope and hopelessness play in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Leshem will be sharing the findings of The Hope Map Project, which he spearheaded along with Palestinian researcher Obada Shtaya in 2017.Find out more »
Learn strategies for moving forward with your 2L summer private sector job search. Whether you are targeting boutique firms, looking to work in-house, or didn’t get the results you were hoping for during WIP, this program will include an overview of your options for 2L summer and how to strategically work toward your longer-term private […]Find out more »
Would you rather be discussing intersectional feminism while eating your lunch? If so, please join us for our journal’s weekly meeting on Tuesdays from 12:50 pm to 2:00 pm. Now in its 36th year of publication, the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice is guided by an editorial policy that distinguishes us from other […]Find out more »
BCLT/BTLJ Law & Tech Speaker Series | Prof. Chris Hoofnagle, “The Quantum Age: Legal and Policy Challenges”
Quantum technologies are so different from our conventional intuition that they seem like science fiction—yet some quantum technologies can be commercially purchased today, and more are just around the corner, posing profound policy issues. For example, quantum sensing arrays might someday be trained to recognize weapons or sniff the molecules of contraband, even if concealed, […]Find out more »
The FORM+FUND workshops are two-hour interactive programs that address critical operational, financial, and legal components of starting and scaling a successful business. Attendance is by registration only. *Sign up for the FORM+FUND email list to receive invites with the most up to date information.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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