TNH 3.142 (Walker Classroom)
Please RSVP by Sunday, February 11, on Symplicity.
Interested in learning about judicial decision-making first-hand, or how you can parlay your coursework with a unique opportunity for experiential learning during the semester or summer? Come hear from students about their different internship experiences and how the Judicial Internship Program helped them hone their communication, analytical, and research and writing skills.
Learn more about how to match your goals with the right internship experience - the types and styles of work and opportunities for court observation vary widely. There are opportunities available in state and federal courts that handle a variety of legal cases and issues involving child welfare, probate and guardianship, bankruptcy, trial courts, administrative hearings, and appellate practice. Also learn about the internship's course component and the focus on enhancing the internship, legal writing, confidentiality and ethics, professionalism, and judicial decision-making.
Moderated by Vasu Behara, Clinical Professor and Director of the Judicial Internship Program.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2024/02/12/76679/
CCJ 2.300 (Jamail Pavilion)
The RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service and the Institute for Transnational Law invite you to join us for a book talk with Dana Brakman Reiser, JD, author of For-Profit Philanthropy: Elite Power and the Threat of Limited Liability Companies, Donor-Advised Funds, and Strategic Corporate Giving.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2024/02/12/76758/
TNH 2.100 (Susman Godfrey Atrium)
Any students interested in participating in the write-on competition are encouraged to visit the Journal Fair to learn more about the various student-run publications at Texas Law. Each journal will have representatives tabling during the lunch hour. Come say hi!For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2024/02/12/76769/
TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)
Please join the ALDF for the semester's first Theater Night! This time we will be hosting The Smell of Money. This is a documentary that follows Elsie Herring and her rural North Carolina community as they take on the multibillion-dollar pork industry in a fight for their rights to clean air, pure water, and a life free from the stench of pig feces. All are welcome. Plant-based Japanese food from Nori will be provided. Please register for food here: https://forms.gle/YUPe2Yf4V3koqa7x7For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2024/02/12/76732/