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BCLB Book Launch: Taming the Street: The Old Guard, the New Deal, and FDR’s Fight to Regulate American Capitalism
Join us to celebrate the launch of Diana B. Henriques's much-anticipated book on FDR's unprecedented battle to transform the ruthless world of Wall Street in the Roaring Twenties into a safer, fairer place for ordinary Americans -- a work of history that, above all, reminds us today of what capitalism still owes to the common good. This […]Find out more about BCLB Book Launch: Taming the Street: The Old Guard, the New Deal, and FDR’s Fight to Regulate American Capitalism
The Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law's Digital Equality Working Group invites you to attend a webinar on artificial intelligence, its uses in the education sphere, and its relationship to discrimination law. The event is on Tuesday, September 19th at 8:00am PST via Zoom. Zoom link: https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/i/64739883496 Please send any inquiries to the […]Find out more about A Webinar on AI & Discrimination Law: AI in Education
3 Part Series Virtual/B-CLE General CLE Credit Available Enroll here | Greenberg Traurig BiographiesFind out more about Biotechnology & Inventorship: What You Need To Know
BCLT Lunch Speaker Series – The New Copyright Law Manifesto: A Roadmap for Racial Justice for Black Artists
Join BCLT for a special presentation featuring Professor Kevin “K.J.” Greene in Room 100 from 1-2 PM on September 19th. The abstract for Professor Greene's talk "The New Copyright Law Manifesto: A Roadmap for Racial Justice for Black Artists" can be found below. This event is open to the entire Berkeley Law community—faculty, staff, alumni, […]Find out more about BCLT Lunch Speaker Series – The New Copyright Law Manifesto: A Roadmap for Racial Justice for Black Artists
Join CLJC Executive Director Chesa Boudin and Professor Angela Y. Davis (UCSC) for an insightful discussion on the future of criminal justice, prison reform, and the evolution of legal education. Gain valuable insights into community-based work and the changes to come. RSVP requested but not required.Find out more about Criminal Law & Justice Center Inaugural Event: A Conversation with Professor Angela Davis
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