Join us for The University of Texas School of Law’s 9th Annual Government Enforcement Institute (UTGEI)—one of the premier enforcement programs in the country, bringing together leading enforcement practitioners, in-house counsel, compliance professionals, and top agency personnel from SEC, DOJ, and more.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/74436/
TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)
TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)
Join attorneys from Kirkland and Ellis for coffee and breakfast tacos in the atrium! This event is open to members of Women's Law Caucus only. Please RSVP here: https://survey.kirkland.com/TakeSurveyPage.aspx?s=ec4f2fcf1cd44db282260b0cd3add54c&tsid=2db361401e8a40e48c3e9be87a94d537&c=en-US.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/75391/
Career Services Interview Suite | TNH 3.122
Please RSVP by Wednesday, September 27, on Symplicity.You may sign up for one session.
The United States Attorney for the Southern District of Texas Alamdar S. Hamdani will be visiting the University of Texas School of Law to discuss his own career path and his work on and emerging issues pertaining to matters of national security, cyber law, and border security.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/74529/
JON 5.206 (Susman Academic Center, Bryan and Michelle Goolsby Conference Suite (5.206 / 5.207))
Join the Judicial Clerkship Program for one of our four introductory sessions on Judicial Clerkships. We'll introduce you to the resources and support available to apply to judicial clerkships as well as detailed instructions on how to begin the application process for 2025-term clerkship positions. For 2Ls and 3Ls only. The program will not be recorded.
Attendance will be capped at 25 per session. Snacks will be provided. RSVP on Symplicity by selecting the Events tab.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/74768/
TNH 2.138 (Blanton Classroom)
Please RSVP by Wednesday, September 27, on Symplicity.
Learn about how an immigrant son of a cab driver went from serving on the board of the ACLU of Texas to becoming the top federal law enforcement officer in the Southern District of Texas, a district that spans 44,000 square miles, and has over 9,000,000 residents. It’s a strange story that involves the generosity of an Indian in Kentucky, the pursuit of terrorists, the search for corrupt officials, protecting civil rights, calling out the cartels, and leading over 400 people according to the “Mama Rule.”For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/74530/
TNH 3.129 (Atlas Seminar Room)
Welcome to Women's Christian Fellowship! We gather together for Bible study, fellowship, and prayer. We welcome women at any stage of their faith journey to join us as we grow closer to God together.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/75191/
TNH 3.126 (Ratliff Classroom)
Haynes Boone will present what life is like as an IP attorney. Practitioners from Austin will host a Lunch Panel and answer questions following the presentation.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/75309/
TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)
2023 marks 50 years since the United States embarked on a path of mass incarceration that has led to a staggering increase in the prison population. The prison population has grown 500% since 1973. Today, almost 2 million individuals – disproportionately Black Americans – are incarcerated in our nation’s prisons and jails.
The incarceration rate for women has grown 525% between 1980 -2021. Over 80% of incarcerated women are mothers. With Black women being disproportionately impacted, so are their families and the families of the incarcerated population. Mass incarceration has been a catalyst for dismantling black and brown families at alarming rates.The rate of growth for female imprisonment has been twice as high as that of men since 1980.
This year, The Sentencing Project and a coalition of advocates, experts, and partners have launched a public education campaign, 50 Years and a Wake Up: Ending The Mass Incarceration Crisis In America, designed to raise awareness about the dire state of the criminal legal system in the country.
Please join us for a forum to reflect on this anniversary while recognizing the impacted individuals and organizations who are leading the fight to dismantle the incarceration machine in Austin and throughout Texas.
Please RSVP at the link: https://secure.sentencingproject.org/a/50-years-and-wake-ending-incarceration-crisis-texas-university-texas-forum?_gl=1*vse2dq*_ga*ODgzNzI3MTkyLjE2OTQyMDg5Njc.*_ga_W0EM6XEQFF*MTY5NDYyMTUzMi4zLjAuMTY5NDYyMTUzMi4wLjAuMA..
The event is co-sponsored by the William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law, Initiative for Law, Society and Justice, the Austin Justice Coalition, Grassroots Leadership, Latino Justice, Texas Center for Justice and Equity, and the ACLU of Texas.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/74575/
We invite you to join our Norton Rose Fulbright attorneys for happy hour on Thursday, September 28th at Love Supreme in Austin. This event is come and go – feel free to drop by whenever you are available! To confirm your spot at the event, please RSVP here.
Date: Thursday, September 28th
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. CT
Location: Love Supreme
2805 Manor Rd.
Austin, TX 78722
To safely travel to and from the event, please use the following link to add two free Uber rides to your account: https://r.uber.com/r1jIKLotaa4.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/09/28/75332/