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All dayFall On-Campus Interviews
Career Services Interview Suite (TNH 3.122)

Second- and third-year students and alumni up to one year after graduation are eligible to participate in Fall On-Campus Interviews per employer requests.

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CANCELEDJudges in Residence
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

Judges in Residence series; court will be in session for two weeks (students/faculty invited)

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10:30am1:30pmTLF Fall Auction Ticket Sales

TLF's Fall Auction is October 18th at Ceder Street Courtyard! Tickets will be sold October 15 – 18 in the Atrium. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. For more information, visit

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11:45amSBA Town Hall Meeting with Dean Farnsworth
TNH 3.142 (Walker Classroom)

Join the Student Bar Association and the Dean's Office at a Town Hall meeting with Dean Farnsworth on Wednesday, October 17 at 11:45 a.m. in TNH 3.142.

Please stop by to discuss law school rankings, job prospects, course offerings and scheduling, and more! There will be time for open Q&A and discussion. FREE LUNCH will be served!

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4:30pm5:30pmHuman Rights Internship and Fellowship Information Session
TNH 2.124

The Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice invites you to an information session for human rights internships and fellowships. This is a great opportunity to learn about opportunities with human rights organizations as well as international courts and tribunals. Former fellows and interns will share their experiences and will be available to answer questions. Law school faculty and the CSO will also be on hand to discuss the logistics and merits of these opportunities. Pizza will be provided afterwards.

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5:30pm7:30pmmovie screening: "No Way Out But One"
TNH 3.125 (Denius Classroom)

Come join the UT Law School Domestic Violence Clinic and Texas RioGrande Legal Aid in screening “No Way Out But One” followed by a discussion.

“In 1994, Holly Collins felt she had run out of legal options and there was simply no other way to keep her children safe. So she kidnapped her own kids and went on the run. Hunted by the FBI, she and the children lived in the shadows with the help of a loosely organized ‘underground’ that helped victims of domestic violence and abuse find safety. Holly ultimately found safety in the Netherlands. There she became the first American to be granted asylum by the Dutch government as a result of domestic violence.”

After the movie, we’ll talk about the many issues it raises - ethical lawyering, international parental kidnapping, the intersection between domestic violence and child abuse, and the treatment of domestic violence by the courts.

Bring your friends! Snacks and drinks will be provided!!

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6:00pm7:00pmIntellectual Property Law Society Meeting
TNH 3.142 (Walker Classroom)

Attorneys from Fulbright & Jaworski will present on the topics of trademark & litigation.

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