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Wednesday, November 1

Is School Choice the Way Forward?

TNH 2.140 (Wright Classroom)

Thursday, November 2

All day
28th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute

UT Law's 28th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute covers the latest developments in patent law and features a sophisticated array of prosecution and litigation topics. Hear from nationally recognized faculty including senior IP counsel of major corporations, patent prosecution and litigation experts from around the nation, U.S. District Court Judges, and leading academics.

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All day
2023 Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law

In a constantly changing political climate, navigating the law is more important than ever. UT Law CLE's 47th Annual Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law is ideal for practitioners of all experience levels and provides an opportunity to learn from nationally recognized experts. The 2-day program offers in-depth discussion on issues at the forefront of immigration practice and provides tools, forms, tips, and guidance on key decision

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ALDF Theater Night: The Last Pig

TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)

Friday, November 3

AAEC Meeting Fall 2023

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

Saturday, November 4

Alumni Tailgate Extravaganza

TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)

Monday, November 6

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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Thursday, November 9

All day
33rd Annual Entertainment Law Institute

Don't miss the 33rd Annual Entertainment Law Institute (ELI), now co-sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law and the Entertainment and Sports Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. ELI continues to bring together an outstanding faculty of nationally-regarded practitioners and industry insiders to keep entertainment lawyers up to date on the latest emerging trends, issues and breaking developments in music, film, games, and digital med

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Friday, November 10

All day
2023 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute

The Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute – Texas’ preeminent leasing conference – brings together experts in real estate law and finance for a focused day of programming on the latest leasing issues. Join us in person ONLY this year in Houston.

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Tuesday, November 14

Albena Azmanova: The Politics of Precarity and Patterns of Autocracy in Europe

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

Abstract: Two dynamics have been making their imprint on the political landscape of Europe over the past decade: the rise of autocratic rule, even in the ‘mature’ democracies of western Europe, and the spread of economic and social precarity, rooted in the insecurity of livelihoods. Professor Azmanova will trace policy developments through which these processes have taken place, and will examine the relations between the two phenomena.

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The Visiting Room Project

CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

Wednesday, November 15

All day
42nd Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference

Now in its 42nd year, UT Law CLE's Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference is one of the premier bankruptcy programs in the nation. The conference attracts a stellar national faculty of prominent judges, academics, and practitioners. This year’s conference will be a day and a half and provides an in-depth focus on current topics in business and consumer bankruptcy.

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STEPHEN BRIGHT: The Fear of Too Much Justice

CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)

Join the longtime director of the Southern Center for Human Rights as he discusses his work in capital punishment, indigent criminal legal defense, racial discrimination in the criminal legal system, conditions and practices in prisons and jails, judicial independence, and his new book (with co-author James Kwak), The Fear of Too Much Justice: Race, Poverty, and the persistence of Inequality in the Criminal Courts (2023).

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2023 John C. Akard Lecture: Coerced Debt: New Data on Debt and Domestic Violence

Professor Littwin presents brand-new data from her National Science Foundation study of coerced debt, which occurs when the batterer in an abusive relationship uses fraud or coercion to incur debt in his partner’s name. New findings will include the eligibility of participants’ coerced debts for relief under bankruptcy and other debtor-creditor law as well as the effect of coerced debt on participants’ credit scores.

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Thursday, November 16

All day
16th Biennial Oil, Gas, and Energy Tax Conference

Join leading members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 16th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil, Gas, and Energy Tax Conference.

This nationally recognized event is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, and provides an exchange of views an

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The Rule is for None but Allah: Islamist Approaches to Governance

Zoom Webinar

On Thursday, November 6th, the Strauss Center is hosting a panel and book talk on The Rule is for None but Allah: Islamist Approaches to Governance, edited by Joana Cook and Shiraz Maher. The event will feature a panel with Dr. Joana Cook, Assistant Professor of Terrorism and Political Violence at Leiden University, and Senior Project Manager at the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, Dr. Inga Trauthig, head of research of the Propagan

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ALDF Theater Night: The Smell of Money

TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)

Thursday, November 30

Fatin Abbas Reading

Joynes Reading Room, Carothers Residence Hall, 2501 Whitis Ave Austin, TX 78712