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All dayFall On-Campus Interviews
Career Services Interview Suite (TNH 3.122)
10:00am2:00pmTLF Fall Auction Ticket Sales
TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)

Buy your tickets for TLF's Fall Auction! Buy early to save: tickets are $10 on Monday, $15 Tuesday through Thursday, and $20 at the door.

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11:30am1:00pmGraduate Portfolio Program in Dispute Resolution Brown Bag Lunch
CCJ 2.310 (Jury Room)

Graduate Portfolio Program in Dispute Resolution Brown Bag Series presents-

Professor Linda Golden, Dept. of Marketing, McCombs School of Business "Perspectives on Markets, Fraud and Risk" Refreshments served.

Thursday, October 17, 2013 11:30am-1:00pm. UT Law School, Jury Room, CCJ 2.310

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11:45am12:45pmDiscussion with Prisoners' Rights Advocates
TNH 3.127 (Roberts Classroom)

Rights of the Incarcerated: Theory vs. Practice

Does representation stop when your client goes to jail or prison? What should defense attorneys and human rights activists know about prison conditions and the laws that inmates face when drafting grievances and writs?

Join us for a discussion of prisoners’ rights with Michelle Smith,’11, former Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Texas Civil Rights Project, and Terri LeClercq, Ph.D., author of Prison Grievances; when to write, how to write, a graphic novel written for inmates, and former UT Law professor

To attend, RSVP to Rachel Sidopulos (, by noon on Tuesday, October 15th.

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12:00pm1:00pm1L Resume Workshop
TNH 3.140 (Jeffers Courtroom)

Learn how to effectively tailor your resume for various legal jobs in the private and public sector. Please bring your laptop and draft legal style resume to the workshop. Examples of resumes are provided in the CSO Career Development Handbook that you will receive during the 1L Orientation and Career Development Workshops. All 1Ls must submit a copy of your resume to the CSO at least 24 hours prior to your first career counseling appointment,

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12:00pm1:00pm1L Skills Session: Outlining
TNH 2.138 (Blanton Classroom)

To outline or not to outline? Is that the question? Learn what an outline is and how it can help you. See examples of different forms of outlines.

This session is intended for Section 1, but all students are welcome to attend.

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12:00pm1:00pmInfo Session on Human Rights Internships
TNH 3.126 (Ratliff Classroom)

The Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice invites you to an information session on 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.

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12:00pm1:00pmLife on the 5th Circuit - Judge Emilio Garza
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

Join the Texas Federalist Society on Thursday at Noon to hear from 5th Cir. Senior Judge, Emilio Garza. A UT Law Alum, Judge Garza was appointed in 1991 to serve on the 5th Circuit and achieved senior status in 2012. His name was rumored to be on the short list for the US Supreme Court in 1991 and again in 2005 for the seats ultimately filled by Justice Thomas and Justice Alito.

Judge Emilio Garza Thursday, Oct. 17th Noon | Eidman

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6:00pm7:00pmBoard of Advocates Novice Mock Trial Final
CCJ 2.310 (Jury Room)

Final round of novice mock trial- judges greeting/dinner

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6:00pm11:00pmGardere Mock Trial Finals
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

This is the final round of the Gardere Novice Mock Trial competition. This is an advocacy competition sponsored by Gardere and facilitated by the Board of Advocates.

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6:30pm9:30pmTLF Fall Auction
Blackheart, 86 Rainey Street

The TLF Fall Auction is an annual event where students can bid on events hosted by their professors and goods or gift cards donated by community businesses. All proceeds go toward supporting public interest law fellowships at UT Law—benefiting organizations, their clients, and your classmates.

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