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All dayLast Day to Add Courses or Drop with Refund

Last day to add a course, or drop a course for a refund. This is the 12th class day. All courses dropped after this date will require approval and will appear on the student's transcript.

Payment for added courses (add bill) due by 5:00 p.m.

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All dayTexas Journal of Women and the Law is Accepting Membership Applications

The Texas Journal of Women and the Law is now accepting membership applications for the 2013-2014 school year! Returning students and 1Ls are all welcome to apply.

Please contact Miki Alvarado at for an application or with any questions you may have about the journal.

Fall applications will be due on September 17, 2013.

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8:30am4:00pmTexas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law's Annual Symposium: Fighting for Control in Entertainment & Sports
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

The Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law is hosting its annual symposium Friday, September 13 in the Eidman Courtroom. The event will take place from 9:00 to 4:00 with various panels and discussions taking place throughout the day. Topics include athletes asserting their trademark rights, athlete and league battles, crowdfunding in the entertainment industry, and the effect of streaming services on traditional media. Breakfast pastries will be served and lunch will be provided by Career Services.

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10:30am2:00pmSL14 School Law Planning Meeting
TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

Planning meeting for UT Law CLE 2014 School Law Conference

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Deadline: 12:00pmFall On-Campus Interviews - Application Period Ends

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. Online application period ends today at noon (Central) on UT Law Symplicity .

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12:00pm1:30pmSafe Homes: How to Address Austin's Dangerous Apartments
LBJ School of Public Affairs, Rm SRH 3.122

A discussion on what can be done to address unsafe living conditions at apartments across Austin. Following a presentation by a UT law student on recent reports examining national best practices for code enforcement and increasing safety in apartments, the panel will discuss what strategies should be adopted here locally. The panel will include a focus on two proposed rental registration ordinances coming before the Austin City Council on September 26th. This is the first event in a four-part Opportunity Forum series on Accessing Safe and Healthy Communities in Austin.

Registration: Attendance is free but seating is limited and an RSVP is required.

Presenter: Stephanie Trinh, Student, UT School of Law

Panelists: Emily Chenevert, Diretor of Government & Community Relations, Austin Board of REALTORSĀ® Representative from Code Compliance Department, City of Austin Ruby Roa, Tenant Advocate Council Member Bill Spelman, City of Austin Council Member Kathie Tovo, City of Austin

Moderator: Heather K. Way, Clinical Professor, UT School of Law

Event Co-sponsors: Center for Politics and Governance, LBJ School of Public Affairs William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law, UT School of Law UT Opportunity Forum

Lunch will be provided.

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12:15pm3:00pmFall Litigation Institute
TNH 2.138 (Blanton Classroom)
3:00pm4:00pmU Visa Assistance - Volunteer Training

Interesting in volunteering with Catholic Charities of Central Texas' U-VISA Assistance initiative?

Student volunteers will work with immigrant survivors of crime to complete applications for legal status in the United States by submitting applications for U Visas.

Please RSVP to Andrew Hill (

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