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11:30am2:30pmCHLSA Fajita Fiesta
TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)

The Chicano/Hispanic Law Students' Association presents its semi-annual FAJITA FIESTA to fund scholarships. We'll be selling plates of beef/chicken/veggie fajitas - grilled on site - with all the fixings in the Atrium. We usually sell out so come out, enjoy delicious food, and support this great cause!

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11:45am12:45pmHealth Law & Bioethics Society Presents Careers in Health Law
TNH 2.139 (Wilson Classroom)

Interested in practicing health law? Come to a panel featuring health care attorneys in firm, government, and in-house positions. Space is limited. Lunch will be provided.

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11:45am1:00pmNational Pro Bono Luncheon
TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

In celebration of National Pro Bono Week, students are invited to hear Trish McAllister, Executive Director of the Texas access to Justice Commission.

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11:45am1:00pmTuesday Power Lunch Series
JON 5.257

The Center for Women in Law, through the Tuesday Power Lunch Series, aims to highlight prominent women lawyers from a wide range of career paths in the legal profession. Power Lunch attendees will have a chance to discuss their own career interests and goals in a supportive, informative, and judgment-free environment.

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11:45am12:45pmHodges Community Fellow Lunch with Harry Reasoner
CCJ 2.300 (Jamail Pavilion)

Community Fellow Harry Reasoner will join the members of the Hodges Society for lunch in the Pavilion from 11:45 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22.

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11:45am12:45pmSmall group lunch with Professor Dzienkowski

Professor John Dzienkowski will host a small group lunch. By invitation and sign-up only.

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2:15pm3:30pmConst Law II: Religious Liberty class
TNH 2.139 (Wilson Classroom)

Refreshments on Tuesdays for Prof. Sager's Fall 2013 class

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6:00pm7:00pmDomestic Violence Clinic - Volunteer Training
CCJ 1.324

Student volunteers will prepare parole packets for victims of domestic violence incarcerated for killing their batterers. They will use information from interviews with inmates conducted by students in the Domestic Violence Clinic to gather information to support the parole packet.

To apply: Submit resume to Andrew Hill at

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