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  1. 8:45am 2019-02-04T09:45-06:00
    Townes Hall Monday Morning Coffee

    The Texas Law Alumni Association's Townes Hall Morning Coffee will kick off on Monday, January 28th, through the spring semester. Open to all students every Monday morning! Please bring your favorite travel mug (we are going green, so no paper products will be provided) and enjoy FREE coffee every Monday morning to start your week off right on behalf of the Alumni Association. Coffee will be located at one, large stations located near the 1L Classrooms (by TNH 2.140, TNH 2.319) beginning at 8:45am until it's gone, so get there early!

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/04/44246/

  2. 3:30pm 2019-02-04T16:15-06:00
    Law School 101: Academic Advising

    All first year students must attend one LS 101: Academic Advising session the week of February 4. The Student Affairs Office will review your requirements for the remainder of law school, registration processes, and individual advising.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/04/43946/

February 5
  1. 11:00am 2019-02-05T12:00-06:00
    Colloquium with Brumley Fellows & Sinnar

    Private Event

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/43106/

  2. 11:45am 2019-02-05T13:00-06:00
    Professional Development Institute

    The Texas Law Professional Development Institute: Prepared For Practice is taught by industry experts and practicing attorneys, covering facets of new attorney professionalism most sought after by legal employers. It is promoted widely to employers, many of whom contributed to the content of the program.

    Whether you're a 1L preparing for your first summer clerkship or the fall recruiting season, a 2L working to turn your summer clerkship or fellowship into an offer, or a graduating 3L getting a head start on your legal career, the Texas Law Professional Development Institute (PDI), which is presented each Spring, will help you be a more competitive candidate and a better lawyer.

    Online registration will be announced in October and will be awarded on a first-come basis. Please note that 2Ls and 3Ls who attended last year may sign up for this year’s Institute.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/41508/

  3. 11:45am 2019-02-05T13:00-06:00
    Texas Hispanic Journal 2019 Symposium

    For our 2019 Symposium, Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy will host a Latino Lunch Series every Tuesday of February with speakers discussing various legal and policy issues on the U.S.-Mexico border.

    Border Zones I: Due Process on the Border

    This panel will discuss the rights U.S. Citizens, undocumented immigrants, and visa holders have on the United States border as well as the rights Mexican citizens have on the Mexican side of the border. It will discuss the due process issues implicated in the border zone for all people and how these issues are different than outside the border zone. Finally, it will discuss the militarization of the border and the implications of having an outsized government presence. Speakers include Professor Elissa Steglich and Professor Michael Churgin.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/42785/

  4. 11:45am 2019-02-05T13:15-06:00
    Originalism in a Changing World

    Professor Ilan Wurman will visit Texas Law to discuss the merits of Originalism as a judicial philosophy.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/43012/

  5. 11:45am 2019-02-05T13:00-06:00
    Student Leadership Workshop

    We will present sessions on natural leadership styles, strategic leadership, and change management, among other topics. The workshop will be held on Tuesdays, Feb. 5-March 12, at lunch. Students must attend 5 of the 6 sessions to receive a certificate of completion.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/43705/

  6. 12:15pm 2019-02-05T13:45-06:00
    Political Violence in the Age of Trump

    On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, the Strauss Center for International Security and Law is pleased to present Shirin Sinnar, Associate Professor of Law and John A. Wilson Faculty Scholar at Stanford Law School, for a talk on "Political Violence in the Age of Trump." From Charlottesville to Pittsburgh, resurgent white nationalism and new acts of domestic terrorism have prompted calls for new laws to respond to political violence. Should there be new domestic terrorism laws? Are hate crimes laws a useful response to violence directed at victims’ identities? Professor Sinnar will address how the law should—and should not—adjust to evolving threats while protecting core values of liberty, equality, and accountability. This is part of the Brumley Speaker Series.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/43105/

  7. 2:30pm 2019-02-05T15:15-06:00
    Law School 101: Academic Advising

    All first year students must attend one LS 101: Academic Advising session the week of February 4. The Student Affairs Office will review your requirements for the remainder of law school, registration processes, and individual advising.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/44287/

  8. 3:30pm 2019-02-05T16:15-06:00
    Law School 101: Academic Advising

    All first year students must attend one LS 101: Academic Advising session the week of February 4. The Student Affairs Office will review your requirements for the remainder of law school, registration processes, and individual advising.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/05/43966/

February 6
  1. 11:30am 2019-02-06T13:30-06:00
    Faculty Lunch

    Note: This event’s full details are restricted to Texas Law faculty and staff members only.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/06/43505/

  2. 12:00pm 2019-02-06T13:00-06:00
    Texas Legal Services Center Info Session

    Learn about summer and term-time intern opportunities at the Texas Legal Services Center.The Center provides free attorney representation and legal advice to low-income Texans, as well as assistance and training to poverty law advocates and their clients in the areas of litigation support, education, and communication. Additionally, learn about their online project, TexasLawHelp, which is a website dedicated to providing free and reliable legal information.

    Lunch will be served. RSVP by Tuesday, February 5 on Symplicity under the "Events" tab.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/06/43465/

February 7
  1. All day
    TJOGEL Symposium

    TJOGEL will host practitioners for its annual Symposium. The Symposium will feature a variety of presentations covering topics in the energy industry.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/42125/

  2. 8:00am 2019-02-07T17:00-06:00
    Texas Law Review Symposium

    TLR will be hosting its annual symposium on February 7th & 8th. We will be discussing constitutional norms of executive power, how such norms have evolved over the years, and how we should seek to enforce these norms when executive branch officials do not conform to them.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/43385/

  3. 11:30am 2019-02-07T13:00-06:00
    Faculty Colloquium - Douglas NeJaime

    Note: This event’s full details are restricted to Texas Law faculty and staff members only.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/39147/

  4. 12:00pm 2019-02-07T13:00-06:00
    Patent Bar Exam Information Session

    If you are a student with an undergrad degree (or at least two years of coursework) in engineering, computer sciences or the hard sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, or related fields), and are interested in becoming a Patent Agent or Attorney, Practising Law Institute (PLI) invites you to a presentation by Mark Dighton, Director of Law School Relations and Administrative DIrector of the Patent Bar Review. Topics for discussion include:

    · The latest info on the Patent Office Exam, · Who can take it, · How it works, now that it's on computer and “on demand,” · When you should take it (you don't need to…and probably shouldn't…wait until you graduate), · How the America Invents Act and recent U.S. Supreme Court cases have impacted the Exams, and · Recommendations on when and how to study for this very difficult Exam.

    Scholarships to PLI's other IP programs will also be discussed.

    Lunch will be served. RSVP by Wednesday, February 6, on Symplicity by selecting the "Events".

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/44325/

  5. 12:30pm 2019-02-07T13:30-06:00
    Judicial Clerkships: Using OSCAR for 2Ls

    Want to apply for clerkships and don't know how? Join Professor Vladeck, 3L Camille Fenton, and Kathleen Overly as we tackle how to figure out who you want to work for and how to apply! This event is for 2Ls and 3Ls.

    Lunch will be served. RSVP by Tuesday, February 5, on Symplicity by selecting the Events tab.

    For more information: Contact the Judicial Clerkship Program Coordinator at clerk-admin@law.utexas.edu.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/42649/

  6. 6:00pm 2019-02-07T21:00-06:00
    Virgil Lott Award Dinner

    In 2011, the University of Texas School of Law established the Virgil C. Lott Medal to honor our first African American graduate. The medal is presented every other year at a gala dinner, and recipients are chosen by a distinguished committee headed by Dean Ward Farnsworth, former Dean Larry Sager, and previous winners. Dean Farnsworth describes the mission of the award and ceremony thusly: “Virgil C. Lott, ‘53 was the first African American graduate of The University of Texas School of Law. The Law School commissioned the Virgil C. Lott Medal to honor the memory of this pioneer and distinguished alumnus. This award honors men and women who, like Mr. Lott, have made significant contributions to the legal profession and to the improvement of understanding among all peoples.”

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/07/40165/

February 8
  1. All day
    TJOGEL Symposium

    TJOGEL will host practitioners for its annual Symposium. The Symposium will feature a variety of presentations covering topics in the energy industry.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/08/42106/

  2. 8:00am 2019-02-08T17:00-06:00
    Texas Law Review Symposium

    TLR will be hosting its annual symposium on February 7th & 8th. We will be discussing constitutional norms of executive power, how such norms have evolved over the years, and how we should seek to enforce these norms when executive branch officials do not conform to them.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/08/43511/

  3. 12:15pm 2019-02-08T13:30-06:00
    Reconfiguring Justice

    UT Opportunity Forum, in conjunction with the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis, will host a panel discussion on criminal justice entitled, "Reconfiguring Justice: A Community Conversation on System Equity."

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/08/43725/

  4. 12:30pm 2019-02-08T15:00-06:00
    1L Public Speaking Workshop

    By this point in law school you’ve learned the foundations of black letter law. You’ve learned the foundations of legal research. You’ve learned the foundations of legal writing.

    Maybe you came to law school after years of participating in speech and debate. Maybe you were active in student government or community organizing. Or maybe you’ve never done any public speaking at all. Whether you end up spending every day in the courtroom arguing to a judge or group of jurors, or in a boardroom advocating to a group of venture capitalists, a necessary part of our profession is public speaking.

    You advocate every day already. You are advocating for yourself when you write cover letters. You advocate when you interview for summer clerkships. You are using advocacy when you present at your upcoming LRW oral argument and even when you write exams or answer questions in class.

    ADVOCACY MATTERS.

    If you didn’t already experience success as an advocate, you wouldn’t be in law school. The art of advocacy as a lawyer is an important part of your legal education, no matter where your career in law takes you.

    The upcoming Workshop will offer you a chance to add more skills to your repertoire. Professors from the Advocacy Department at the University of Texas School of Law will offer two sessions for the 1L Public Speaking Workshop on Friday, February 8th and Friday, February 15th, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. You will be taught by successful trial lawyers and talented National Mock Trial Champions; you will be taught by lawyers who are hired to teach experienced lawyers how to be even better.

    You will be on your feet. You will be practicing voice and gestures. You will work on fluidity and rhythm and pace and cadence and tone. No matter what your skill level when you walked in the door, in two hours, you will be a better advocate than before. And if you show up at 12:30, we’ll even feed you lunch.

    Please contact Marla Massin at mmassin@law.utexas.edu to request a registration form. In order to tailor the workshop to your current skill level and let you get the most out of the workshop, the form includes a brief self- assessment of your current public speaking experience so that we may group people with similar experience levels together. Registration forms will also be available outside of the Advocacy Program Office, CCJ 3.338.

    Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2019/02/08/44185/

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