|1:00pm – 2:30pm||The Institute for Urban Policy and Analysis (IUPRA) in partnership with UT Opportunity Forum presents, I Can’t Breathe: Approaching Police Brutality in the Black Community |
The Institute for Urban Policy and Analysis (IUPRA) in partnership with UT Opportunity Forum presents, I Can’t Breathe: Approaching Police Brutality in the Black Community, a forum on race and the justice system.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/09/18/57205/
|2:00pm – 2:45pm||Law School 101: Effective Time Management |
Effective studying for law school isn't usually about how much; it's about how and when. Brandi Welch will discuss effective time management strategies.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/09/18/56685/
|6:00pm||BOA Gibbs & Bruns Moot Court Competition |
The Board of Advocates is happy to announce their first intramural competition of the year will be the 2020 Gibbs & Bruns Moot Court Competition. This competition will be held from September 14-18 over Zoom.
This year's competition will be using the same problem used by the Spring 2020 Persuasive Writing and Advocacy classes. For this reason, Gibbs & Bruns will be split into two brackets: one for 2Ls, who already have completed a brief for this problem, and one for 1L/3Ls. 2L competitors will be required to use their existing written briefs, without any new edits, for the competition.
If you are interested in competing, please sign-up via the Google Form below. After you sign up, you will be added to the Board of Advocates page in Canvas and will have access to all competition information and resources. The deadline to sign-up and submit your brief is Monday, September 7.”
Google Forms Link: https://forms.gle/62gfbqebsfo3TTpv5
Please note, for this BOA Competition only, anyone is allowed to participate and you do not have to be a BOA member or pay a fee to compete.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jon Molinar, BOA Moot Court Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/09/18/56367/