Ambassador Alberto Pedro D’Alotto, Permanent Representative of Argentina to the United Nations Office at Geneva, will speak at the School of Law. His speech is entitled “United Nations and Human Rights in the XXI Century: Progress and Challenges." RSVP is required.
Join Texas Law Women's Christian Fellowship as we go through the book Interrupted: When Jesus Wrecks Your Comfortable Christianity. Author and Austinite Jen Hatmaker encourages readers to get uncomfortable with their faith and to engage in a life of service to the least among us.
Representatives from the International Center for Mental Health and Human Rights, a nonprofit based here in Austin, will hold a training at UT Law. The first part of the event will focus on understanding trauma and resiliency in human rights victims, and the second part will be a training on therapeutic interviewing with interactive exercises. The ICMHHR focuses on strengthening communities through the use of innovative therapeutic techniques to mitigate the psychological trauma caused by human rights abuses. Snacks provided.