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  1. 6:00pm 2021-01-27T19:00-06:00
    Mentoring Program Kickoff

    Invitees will join us virtually as we kick-off this year’s 1L Alumni Mentoring Program. We will enjoy brief remarks by Dean Ward Farnsworth and the Director of Mentoring Programs, Rémi Ratliff. Immediately afterward, alumni mentors and student mentees will have the opportunity to chat 1-on-1.

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January 28
  1. 4:45pm 2021-01-28T18:30-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    Opening Supreme Court Panel with Professor Joel Seligman, Executive Director F. Paul Bland, Jr., Amy Saharia, and Professor Elizabeth Sepper.

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January 29
  1. 8:30am 2021-01-29T10:00-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    The New Managerialism: Cutting Short the 50-Year Life of the Monitoring Model in Corporate Governance

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  2. 10:15am 2021-01-29T11:45-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    Should Corporations Have a Purpose?

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  3. 12:00pm 2021-01-29T12:45-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    Luncheon Speaker Professor Robert J. Jackson, Former US SEC Commissioner, New York University School of Law

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  4. 1:00pm 2021-01-29T14:30-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    Corporate Adolescence and The SEC and Ideological Blind Spots

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  5. 1:00pm 2021-01-29T14:30-06:00
    COVID-19, Inequality, and Workers

    Please join us for a discussion of the Rapoport Center’s recent report on the legal and political drivers behind the effects of COVID-19 on low-income Latinx construction workers in the Austin area. The event will feature responses to the report, with a focus on Austin’s accelerating urban growth and its impact on social determinants of health and worker organizing.

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  6. 2:45pm 2021-01-29T16:15-06:00
    TLR Symposium

    On a Stakeholder Model of Corporate Governance and Does it Matter Which Stakeholders We Punish?

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  1. 12:00pm 2021-02-02T13:15-06:00
    Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    The Center for Women in Law will host a virtual panel discussion on the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on February 2, 2021 at 12:00 pm CT.

    Nina Totenberg, legal affairs correspondent for NPR, will moderate a panel of Justice Ginsburg’s former law clerks. The panel will address Justice Ginsburg’s vision of equality, and how that vision, once groundbreaking, is now accepted in multiple facets of law and society. In addition, the former clerks will discuss how Justice Ginsburg’s mentorship shaped their personal and professional choices, and the ramifications of her leadership on gender parity in the practice of law.

    This event is free and open to the public. Register on our website.

    Approved CLE 1.25 hours credit, Suggested pre-reading on website.


    Nina Totenberg, Legal Affairs Correspondent, NPR


    Ryan Park, Solicitor General, North Carolina

    Alexandra A.E. Shapiro, Partner, Shapiro Arato Bach

    Amanda L. Tyler, Shannon Cecil Turner Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley School of Law

    The Honorable Paul J. Watford, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

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3 4 5 February 6
  1. 8:00am 2021-02-06T18:00-06:00
    TILJ Symposium

    Texas International Law Journal hosts is annual symposium. The topic of this year's symposium will be the evolving definition of "Center of Main Interest" (COMI) in international law under Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code and what it means for bankruptcy law in the age of COVID and beyond.

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