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Join the Berkeley Center for Law and Business and Berkeley Business Law Journal for a fireside chat and Q&A session with Bill Shafton; VP Legal at Grindr. The Leadership Lunch Series is reserved for current law students, faculty and staff. Registration is highly recommended. Lunch will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis to students […]Find out more about BCLB Leadership Lunch Series: Bill Shafton; Grindr
The Making of Lawyers’ Careers: Inequality and Opportunity in the American Legal Profession – CSLS Speaker Series
With Robert Nelson, Associate Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University This event will be in-person at 2240 Piedmont Ave and livestreamed via Zoom. Light refreshments will be provided. Reception: 12:15-12:45p.m in the Sanford H. Kadish Library Program: 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. in the Philip Selznick Seminar Room Zoom Registration Link: https://berkeley.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_owxMpM1HTVOCSvG5ORO75A If you require an accommodation for […]Find out more about The Making of Lawyers’ Careers: Inequality and Opportunity in the American Legal Profession – CSLS Speaker Series
Please join us for reflections on the October 2022 Supreme Court term from three distinguished Berkeley Law professors: Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Professor John Yoo, and Professor Amanda Tyler. Presented by the American Constitution Society, Berkeley Chapter, the Federalist Society, Berkeley Chapter, and the Public Law & Policy Program at Berkeley Law. Lunch will be provided […]Find out more about SCOTUS Roundup 2023
The law can be used to advance social justice but it has also reproduced patriarchy, white supremacy, privilege, and normative boundaries to equity. Join us for Critical Foundations, a lecture series that helps students identify exclusionary problems in the law and imagine alternatives. Critical Foundations builds on Core in Context by introducing students to feminist […]Find out more about Critical Foundations: Feminist Jurisprudence with Prof. Sarah Song
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