|8:30am – 8:45am||Wellness Week - Morning Mindfulness|
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)
Start your day off with a brief 10 minute mindfulness session! Take care of yourself and start your day off right.
Registration is not required to attend, but if you do, we'll have a healthy snack for you: https://utexas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_07FIpLFCCzGft6CFor more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/10/03/75201/
|9:00am – 5:00pm||Fall Interview Program|
CSO Interview Suite (TNH 3.122) & virtually via Flo Recruit
During the Fall Interview Program, employers may recruit 2Ls, 3Ls, domestic and foreign-trained LL.M.s, and recent graduates (up to one year after graduation) for summer clerkships or postgraduate positions. Students may apply at any time during the bidding period, which takes place August 24-September 7, 2023.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/10/03/74927/
|11:45am – 12:45pm||Reflecting on Murillo v Musegades 30 years later: How El Paso’s Bowie High School Took on Border Patrol and Won|
TNH 2.123 (Beck Classroom)
In 1992, a federal district court ordered US Border Patrol to stop targeting the Latino community its enforcement actions in El Paso. The case, Murillo v Musegades, emerged from advocacy led by Bowie High School students as they saw Border Patrol entering their campus repeatedly and stopping, detaining and using force against their classmates, teachers, family and friends. The power of organizing and strategic use of legal action resulted in a settlement and a victory for Bowie High School. Lulu Ortiz (’22) will moderate a discussion with former Bowie High School student and class member, Ernesto Munoz, and Barbara Hines, one of the case attorneys and Texas Law Clinical Professor (ret.).
Please RSVP by noon, Sept 28: https://reflectingonmurillovmusegades.eventbrite.comFor more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/10/03/75269/
|3:45pm – 5:45pm||Law and Economics Seminar - Adriana Robertson, University Of Chicago |
(This event’s full information is restricted to Texas Law faculty and staff only.) For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/10/03/74713/
|5:00pm||Critical Lives in Red States: Academic Freedom and Cultural Transformation after DEI|
Glickman Conference Center, RLP 1.302B
How might we use this moment to rename, refine, and make more publicly intelligible the set of justice concerns – access, historical redress, fairness, equal opportunity – that were in many ways shorthanded by DEI? Please join us for a roundtable discussion on “Critical Lives in Red States.”For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2023/10/03/75426/