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Public Interest Peer Support Drop-In November Office Hours

CCJ 1.324

Questions about your search for summer public interest positions? the Public Service Career Fair? Wondering about clinics and classes for next year?

Justice Center Student Advisory Board members are here to help. We’re holding office hours in the Justice Center conference room through November 9. Stop by to see us!

Monday, November 6, 2023

10:30-11:30am Clara Altfeld, Araceli Garcia

11:30-12:30pm Justin Atkinson

12:30-1:30pm Amy Austern

Tuesday, November 7, 2023

4:00-5:00pm Emani Brown, Lauren Schoen

Wednesday, November 8, 2023

12:00-1:00pm Alice Min, Eliot Schulte

Thursday, November 9, 2023

4:00pm-5:00pm Cate Byrne, Courtney Weber

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Drawing Board Luncheon: Elizabeth Sepper

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

Drawing Board Luncheon: Elizabeth Sepper

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Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP: Attorney Panel (Hosted by IPLS)

TNH 3.125 (Denius Classroom)

IPLS is hosting a panel of attorneys from Pillsbury to discuss IP Law and life working at Pillsbury.

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A Tale of Two Countries: Comparing Constitutionalism in America and Canada

TNH 2.139 (Wilson Classroom)

Just how different is the American legal system from other Western countries? How do other nations handle constitutional interpretation and enforcement of rights? The Runnymede Society's Kristopher Kinsinger will join Professor Tara Grove and the Federalist Society to explore the answers to these questions by comparing the Canadian system to our own. Can we learn something from their example?

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Priscilla Ocen: Rapoport Center Reproductive Justice Colloquium Series

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

In this talk, Professor Ocen argues that post-Dobbs restrictions on abortions are facilitated by the vast network of surveillance and punishment constructed as part of the “war on crime” that produced the largest prison population in the world, and that to secure the right to reproductive autonomy, advocates and scholars must challenge the role of policing in care settings and question the fundamental role of imprisonment and punishment i

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