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Wednesday, September 6

Welcome to WDTX Happy Hour

Maverick Texas Brasserie

Thursday, September 7

All day
18th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

The Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar brings together members of the judiciary, regulatory, and academic communities to engage with practitioners about the latest legislative and case law updates, rule changes, and other timely topics.

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Supreme Court Preview

TNH 2.137 (Gayle Classroom)

Friday, September 8


Monday, September 11

ALDF Monday Coffee: The EATS Act Petition

TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)
Rachel Rebouche: Rapoport Center Reproductive Justice Colloquium Series

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

Professor Rachel Rebouché will discuss the attempts by antiabortion activists to stop medication abortion by any means necessary, including through criminalization; the implications for reproductive justice and public health; and how abortion rights advocates can keep these implications at the fore of their own efforts to increase access to abortion pills through federal and state advocacy.

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Thursday, September 14

Friday, September 15

Scholarship Luncheon

AT&T Conference Center

Wednesday, September 20

Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS): Knobbe Martens Happy Hour

Love Supreme Pizza Bar (2805 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722)

Attorneys from Knobbe Martens will be hosting a happy hour at Love Supreme Pizza Bar for students who are interested in learning more about their firm and Intellectual Property & Technology Law.

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Thursday, September 21

Generative A.I. and How We Use It by Knobbe Martens

TNH 2.138 (Blanton Classroom)

Mauricio Uribe (a Partner at Knobbe Martens) will be giving a presentation about Generative A.I. and its potential uses/misuses.

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Monday, September 25

Cynthia Conti-Cook: Rapoport Center Reproductive Justice Colloquium Series

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

In this talk, Cynthia Conti-Cook will argue that because digital devices and the corporate archives that support them have given police and other system state actors profound access to the details of our daily lives, people forced into self-managed care for issues related to everything between birth through burial will increasingly need to rely on their digital bodies’ ability to safely traverse digital borders.

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Thursday, September 28

All day
9th Annual Government Enforcement Institute

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.

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