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11:45am12:45pmIP Law Society Speaker Event - McKool Smith
https://utexas.zoom.us/j/93285642305

Join the Intellectual Property Law Society and attorneys from McKool Smith for a presentation on what it is like to be at trial as a junior attorney. This is an excellent opportunity for law students interested in Intellectual Property to learn more about IP litigation and to connect with practicing attorneys. Feel free to bring questions for the attorneys as well!

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/10/19/56846/
12:00pm1:00pmDoes Fulton Mean the End of Employment Division v. Smith?

Please join the Texas Federalist Society for a debate moderated by Professor Steven Collis (founding faculty director of the Bech-Loughlin First Amendment Center and Texas Law’s Law and Religion Clinic), featuring Jordan Lorence (senior counsel and director of strategic engagement for Alliance Defending Freedom) and Professor Lawrence Sager (Alice Jane Drysdale Sheffield Regents Chair and esteemed Constitutional Law professor) as they discuss Fulton v. City of Philadelphia and its implications for Employment Division v. Smith.

The first 50 Texas Law students to register will receive a $10 redemption code for DoorDash to enjoy a meal during the event.

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/N4njbmEngM1bJQzq6

Note: Registration is not required to attend any of the Texas Federalist Society's virtual events this semester; it is only required for each event if you would like to make use of the DoorDash discount.

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/10/19/57687/
12:30pm1:45pmThird Monday: A Look Ahead at the Supreme Court’s New Term—and Its Next Justice

How will the successor to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg impact the U.S. Supreme Court in both the short- and long-term? What are some of the big cases the Court is set to hear this Term, whether with eight Justices or nine? What role might it play in disputes relating to the upcoming elections? What are the longer-term implications for the next Justice and the upcoming election on the Court, the current Justices, and their docket? And, far less imp

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/10/19/57425/
4:15pm6:15pmAdelle Blackett: “Racial Capitalism’s Challenge to International Labor Law: Addressing Prison Labor in the U.S."

This is the third lecture in our Fall 2020 Colloquium, “Inequality, Labor, and Human Rights: The Future of Work in the Age of Pandemic.” It is part of a new inter-disciplinary and cross-campus Pop-Up Institute, “Beyond the Future of Work: New Paradigms for Addressing Global Inequality,” supported by the Office of the Vice President for Research.

For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2020/10/19/55667/

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