|24 ||25 ||January 26 |
- 12:00pm 2021-01-26T13:00-06:00
ISIP 2021 Info Session
Learn about the International Student Interview Program. We will be discussing how the program works and changes for 2021, as well as how to apply to employers and prepare for interviews.
Please RSVP by Sunday, January 24, on Symplicity. Zoom link will then be sent on Monday, January 25.
Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/26/58825/
|January 27 |
- 3:45pm 2021-01-27T16:15-06:00
Law School 101: What's Next?
Dean Bangs and Brandi Welch will talk about making sense of your first set of grades, how to talk to your fall faculty about your exams, and how you might approach the spring semester. This session is designed for all students, whether you did better than expected or not as well as you hoped.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 925 0136 8503
Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/27/58905/
- 5:00pm 2021-01-27T18:00-06:00
Public Defense Group Games Night
- 6:00pm 2021-01-27T19:00-06:00
Mentoring Program Kickoff
Invitees will join us virtually as we kick-off this year’s 1L Alumni Mentoring Program. We will enjoy brief remarks by Dean Ward Farnsworth and the Director of Mentoring Programs, Rémi Ratliff. Immediately afterward, alumni mentors and student mentees will have the opportunity to chat 1-on-1.
Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/27/59145/
- 6:30pm 2021-01-27T20:00-06:00
CLS Kick-Off Game Night
|January 28 |
- 11:30am 2021-01-28T13:15-06:00
Faculty Colloquium - Forbath / Fishkin
- 4:45pm 2021-01-28T18:30-06:00
- 6:30pm 2021-01-28T19:30-06:00
The Electoral College's Finest Hour?
Please join the Texas Federalist Society for its first debate of 2021! In recent years, the Electoral College has come under fire as outdated, and doubt has been cast on whether it still serves the best interests of the American people. Following a tumultuous election season, Professors Stephen Sachs of Duke Law and Sanford Levinson of Texas Law will be discussing the origins and structure of the electoral college and whether it should maintain its prominence in modern elections.
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/HpsdoyEJz8Gxxq8f7
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.
Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/28/59005/
|January 29 |
- 8:30am 2021-01-29T10:00-06:00
- 10:15am 2021-01-29T11:45-06:00
- 12:00pm 2021-01-29T12:45-06:00
- 1:00pm 2021-01-29T14:30-06:00
- 1:00pm 2021-01-29T14:30-06:00
COVID-19, Inequality, and Workers
Please join us for a discussion of the Rapoport Center’s recent report on the legal and political drivers behind the effects of COVID-19 on low-income Latinx construction workers in the Austin area. The event will feature responses to the report, with a focus on Austin’s accelerating urban growth and its impact on social determinants of health and worker organizing.
Full event information: https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2021/01/29/59046/
- 2:45pm 2021-01-29T16:15-06:00