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As a law professor, Lina Khan challenged decades of orthodoxy in antitrust law. As chair of the FTC, she has galvanized efforts in the Biden Administration to take on tech giants and other industry players in pursuit of a fairer marketplace. The cases she is leading have the potential to affect the lives of hundreds […]Find out more about A Conversation with FTC Chair Lina Khan
The Scandal of Cal: A Book Talk Featuring Author Tony Platt & Professors Seth Davis, Nazune Menka & Jonathan Simon
Cal is admired worldwide as a bastion of innovation and a hub for progressive thought. Far less known are the university’s roots in plunder, warfare, and the promotion of white supremacy. In The Scandal of Cal: Land Grabs, White Supremacy, and Miseducation at UC Berkeley (Aug, 2023 Heyday), Professor Tony Platt looks unflinchingly at the university’s desecration […]Find out more about The Scandal of Cal: A Book Talk Featuring Author Tony Platt & Professors Seth Davis, Nazune Menka & Jonathan Simon
Join us for a chance to meet the people — legislative staff and nonprofit advocates — who make policy change happen in Sacramento. You will have the opportunity to personally hear about their careers and work, and lunch will be provided! Please RSVP!Find out more about So You Want to Change the Law? Legislative Work in Sacramento Meet & Greet!
Join Professor Menell and Schmitt at a Zoom open house on Thursday, November 2, from 1-2 pm to learn more about the Preparing to Practice Patent Law for 1Ls course (more info below). Please register to attend the open house HERE! This seminar will assist 1Ls interested in patent law practice (prosecution, litigation, transactions, or strategy) […]Find out more about Open House – Preparing to Practice Patent Law for 1Ls
Join us in the Goldberg Room from 4:00 - 5:00pm Thursday, November 2nd for an insightful conversation with Zuri Balmakund Santiago, Assistant Attorney General for the state of Minnesota, and a member of the Derek Chauvin prosecution team.Find out more about Coffee Chat with Zuri Balmakund Santiago
The FORM+FUND workshops are two-hour in-person interactive programs that address critical operational, financial, and legal components of starting and scaling a successful business. Attendance is by application only. Sign up for the FORM+FUND email list to receive invites with the most up to date information.Find out more about BCLB: FORM+FUND | Cap Table Modeling Part Two
Philippine human rights advocate and lawyer Jose Manuel “Chel” Diokno will be speaking on the state of the Philippine judicial system and how systemic attacks from the executive branch over the years are leading the country’s democratic institutions to the brink. He will also be discussing how repression has been codified into laws such as […]Find out more about A Broken Judicial System and the Future of Democracy in the Philippines
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