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Employer Info Session: U.S. Navy JAG Corps

Virtual - Zoom

Please RSVP by Wednesday, February 28, on Symplicity. Zoom link will then be sent before the event.

As a member of the Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps, you will experience the most diverse legal practice available to an attorney. Working in locations around the world, you will get hands-on experience in everything from international law to civil litigation and military justice. Join this information session to learn more about the exciting employment and internship opportunities available through the U.S. Navy JAG Corps.

Panelists include:

Lt. Ariel Sarandinaki, Staff Judge Advocate

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Women's Law Caucus Mid-size Firm Panel

TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)

Join the Women's Law Caucus as we discuss what life at a mid-size law firm is like. We will have a panel of current attorneys from various firms. Lunch provided!

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TLR Bluebooking Session

TNH 2.140 (Wright Classroom)

Please join members of Volume 103 of the Texas Law Review to learn more about Bluebook rules in preparation for the write-on Bluebooking exam. Lunch will be provided thanks to our sponsor, Beck Redden!

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EmPOWERed for Public Interest Group: Lunch with Faculty

CCJ 2.300 (Jamail Pavilion)

This event is part of the Justice Center initiative designed to support students whose lived experiences intersect with the legal systems they seek to challenge in their careers. For example: students who have themselves or had family members become entangled in the criminal legal system who are interested in public defense work; immigrant students, or students who are the children or family members of immigrants seeking to challenge the immigration system; low-income students seeking to challenge laws and policy that further marginalize poor people such as predatory lending, cash bail, etc.

EPI gatherings serve as a space for dialogue, mentorship, and resource-sharing tailored to the particular needs and strengths of students whose public interest work as attorneys may be directly tied to their lived experiences and/or those of their loved ones. This lunch will be a unique opportunity for students to meet with Texas Law faculty over lunch to discuss navigating law school and public interest legal careers.

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Business Law Workshop - Gordon Smith, BYU

TNH 2.124

Gordon Smith presenting an original paper in the Business Law Workshop

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Why Reparations are Not Enough to Address the Harm of Forced Sterilization in California: A Transitional Justice Analysis

TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)

In 2021, the California State Legislature approved a reparations scheme for victims of forced sterilization carried out from 1909-1979. As the window for victims of state-sanctioned forced sterilization to apply for reparations comes to a close in December 2023, an evaluation of the efficacy of the initiative can now be undertaken. One way of evaluating the reparations scheme’s efficacy is through the lens of transitional justice – a theory in international law describing the process and mechanisms through which a state seeks to reform and repair relations with its citizens following a mass human rights abuse, conflict, or political regime change. The California State Legislature is therefore engaging, to a certain extent, in transitional justice by creating the reparations scheme and attempting to address the historical injustice caused to its citizens. In her talk, Helen Jennings will evaluate the extent to which this engagement has been successful, and will suggest lessons from transitional justice that can be applied to California’s reckoning with the legacy of eugenics.

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A&F Show Night 1

Utopia Theater

Assault & Flattery's annual musical

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