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April 2021

Family Defense Panel

Wednesday, April 21, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

Under the banner of the "child welfare" system, the state punishes and destroys vulnerable families. The experts on this panel will discuss strategies for disrupting a family regulation system that ultimately harms the children that it purports to protect. Featuring: Professor Marty Guggenheim, NYU Law Miriam Mack, Bronx Defenders Rebecca Gindi, East Bay Family Defenders Moderator: Professor Khiara M. Bridges, Berkeley Law

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[SABL] Laugh Now, Cry Later: A Comedy Show Before Finals

Thursday, April 29, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Free

Laugh Now, Cry Later: A Comedy Show Before Finals   Get some laughs in while you can before finals haunt you! Join SABL and your fellow classmates on 4/29 (Thurs) at 6:30pm PT for a night of stand-up comedy featuring Irene Tu, a veteran Bay Area comedian and UC Berkeley alum. >> Please RSVP here by 4/25 (Sun) 11:59pm PT. <<    About Irene Tu: In 2017, the San Francisco Chronicle singled her out as an “artist on the brink of fame,” on the heels of…

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Law & Tech Writing Workshop (LTWW) Online Info Session/BYOWine + Cheese Reception

Wednesday, April 21, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Interested in publishing an article on recent developments in IP, privacy, or technology law? Heard about “LTWW,” but don’t know what it is? Grab some wine or snag some cheese and join BCLT and your fellow students to learn more and ask questions! The Law and Technology Writing Workshop is open to current 2Ls (that is, current 1Ls), 2L transfer students and LL.M. students. Under close mentorship by a professor and a student advisor, each student writes an article for…

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May 2021

Algorithmic Discrimination in Hiring and Social Welfare Webinar

Thursday, May 6, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Free

The risk of algorithmic discrimination has risen, resulting in discriminatory hiring practices and increased policing of the poor. Join us in discussing how algorithms work, how people with disabilities and racial minorities might be especially harmed, and how employers and advocates can mitigate these harms.

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