Previous Events

  1. How to be a Native Ally hosted by The Native American and Indigenous Peoples FRG at Akin Gump

    The Native American and Indigenous Peoples Firm Resource Group at Akin Gump is hosting a virtual conversation with Crystal Echo Hawk, President and CEO of IllumiNative. The discussion will include topics of changing the narrative, why Native representation matters, and how to uplift Native voices
  2. APALSA Internship Panel

    Join us to hear from APALSA 2Ls and 3Ls about their summer experiences with biglaw firms, IP, government agencies, public defense, legal aid, and impact litigation internships!
  3. LS4BL x ACS ‘Alternative Curriculum’ Discussion 1: Con Law

    LS4BL x ACS's Alternative Curriculum Series are hour-long discussions attempting to integrate principles of racial justice into the 1L core curriculum. The discussions seek not only to shed light on the extent of the permeation of racial inequalities in every aspect of the law, but to equip law students with the necessary tools to speak up in class, ponder hard topics, and work to change the culture of our law school curriculum at large. Each discussion is centered on one of the six 1L courses and is facilitated by a professor who is both knowledgeable in the subject and demonstrates a commitment to racial justice. The first session is on Con Law, to be facilitated by Professor Jordan Steiker. For more information please reach out to
  4. Thriving in Law School as a POC: Discussion and Resource Provision

    Amy Tao-Foster, LPC-S, Diversity Counselor and Outreach Specialist; Liaison to Asian-American students, and Dr. Maria Timm, CARE counselor for the school of law, will offer a processing space for law students of color on Thursday, September 9th, at 6:30pm. We envision this as an opportunity to process, support each other, and receive tools and resources. Please use the Zoom link below to join.
  5. In Confidence: Drop-In Group for UT Law Students

    In Confidence: A Drop-In Support Group for UT Law Students is a space to connect with other law students to process the stresses, triumphs, and unique challenges associated with being a law student at this time. The support group will be moderated by Dr. Maria Timm, Psychologist and CARE Coordinator for the School of Law. You do not need to attend all sessions.
  6. BEYOND THE FUTURE OF WORK: New Paradigms for Addressing Global Inequality

    The Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice is excited to present the schedule of events for the 2021 Pop-Up Institute! This series of events will bring together scholars, advocates, and activists from around the world to share a wide range of innovative approaches that move us toward more just and equitable futures of work and livelihood. Please join us for some or all of these events!
  7. Latino Landscape Series: The Genesis of “Latino” & Its Ongoing Transformation

    Join the LBJ School for part four in a four-part series on the Latino landscape: the ongoing transformation of what it means to be Latino/a.
  8. Denim Day

    Denim Day is a campaign in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Denim Day grew out of a 1998 Italian Supreme Court decision that overturned a rape conviction because the victim wore tight jeans. Join us on April 28 as millions of people across the world will wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors, and educate themselves and others about all forms of sexual violence.
  9. CWIL 2021 Biennial Award Luncheon: “Women at the Forefront of Change”

    At the Center for Women in Law’s Award Luncheon, supporters and allies come together to celebrate CWIL’s mission to advance all women in the legal profession. Soledad O’Brien is the keynote speaker and Patricia Diaz will be honored. Virtual lobby opens at 11:30 am.
  10. Implicit Bias: Creating a heightened level of mindfulness within your groups and social spaces

    It’s important for students to expand their understanding of how we each identify and interact with the people and systems around us. Please join the Multicultural Engagement Center for this virtual workshop.
  11. Strict Scrutiny “Live” at The Appellate Project!

    The Appellate Project is excited to partner with Strict Scrutiny, the popular Supreme Court podcast, for a special episode "live" from TAP! Join us as we preview the Supreme Court's April sitting and discuss the importance of representation and diversity in the appellate bar.
  12. Latinx Leadership Summit 2021

    Presented by Latinx Community Affairs at UT Austin, Latinx Leadership Summit is a premiere event that brings together rising Latinx leaders from across the nation to teach, empower and inspire young students.
  13. Microaggressions: Understanding the impacts of our words and actions

    It’s important for students to expand their understanding of how we each identify and interact with the people and systems around us. Please join the Multicultural Engagement Center for this virtual workshop.
  14. BIWOC Retreat

    This Saturday morning retreat features yoga, meditation, and other introspective activities like storytelling and learning traditional dances. Presented by the GSC, Fearless Leadership Institute, LILI, and the Asian Desi Pacific Islander American Collective.
  15. ConversASIAN Discussion Series

    This discussion series aims to create a virtual space for people who identify as Asian, queer, and/or woman to engage in dialogue about the Asian identity in Austin. Share, listen, discuss our on-going narratives within the Asian Diaspora.
  16. More Than Just Pronouns: Achieving Gender Equality at Work

    Hear from three speakers who will share practical suggestions, strategies, and resources to equip participants with actionable steps toward building inclusive mindsets and practices around gender equality.
  17. Confronting Anti-Asian Racism: A Bystander Intervention Workshop

    Confronting Anti-Asian Racism is a 1.5 hour interactive workshop that will lead participants through the history of anti-Asian xenophobia in the US as it relates to the present day Asian American experience.
  18. Confronting Anti-Asian Racism: A Bystander Intervention Workshop

    Confronting Anti-Asian Racism is a 1.5 hour interactive workshop that will lead participants through the history of anti-Asian xenophobia in the US as it relates to the present day Asian American experience.
  19. Fulfilling the Promise – Presented by the Barbara Jordan National Forum

    Fulfilling the Promise is a conversation about how we can create an America that lives up to its promise of the unalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness to everyone regardless of race, status or religion.
  20. ConversAsian: An Asian American Townhall

    Join us in community to collectively grieve and remember all those lost and hurt by anti-Asian violence, xenophobia, and racism. The event will be dedicated to processing, healing, and care.
  21. Latino Landscape Series: Is Demography Destiny?

    Join the LBJ School for part three of a four-part series on the Latino landscape. Mark Hugo Lopez, director of global migration and demography research at Pew Research Center, gives insight into Latinos, the census and what lies ahead.
  22. Distinguished Women Leaders in Legal Academia

    In recognition of International Women’s Month, this panel comprised of distinguished women in legal academia will share strategies for success inspired by their own challenges and accomplishments. This webinar is free courtesy of the Center for Excellence in Decision-Making (CEDM).
  23. Antisemitism and the Far Right in America

    The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Texas at Austin is bringing together a faculty panel to discuss the phenomenon of antisemitism and the far right in America. Join us for this campus-wide, community conversation.
  24. International Women’s Day

    Join the Kendra Scott Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute in a virtual celebration of International Women’s Day 2021. This year, we’re joining the IWD Community in encouraging the world to choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements while challenging gender bias and inequality.
  25. Beto O’Rourke and Will Guzman: Civil Rights in the Texas Borderlands

    Former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke and Will Guzman, author of Civil Rights in the Texas Borderlands, will reflect on the life and legacy of physician Lawrence Nixon, a community and civil rights leader in El Paso.
  26. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Series – Part I

    Join UT's KBH Energy Center for part one of the inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Series. The event will discuss how Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion plays a critical role in a company’s growth.
  27. Coping with Racial Trauma

    In this seven-session workshop series, participants will be provided with psychoeducation and coping skills related to race-based distress/trauma symptoms. Participants do not need to commit to all sessions and are encouraged to attend any session or sessions that may be most helpful for them.
  28. State of Black UT

    The Black Studies Collective presents #StateofBlackUT, a 3-day virtual event that will facilitate discussions and exploration of the work UT has done, is doing, and needs to do to create an inclusive campus. Free to attend with registration. Open to all UT students, faculty, staff, alumni, and non-UT community members.
  29. Longhorn Pride: An LGBTQA+ Virtual Visit Day

    During this special virtual event for LGBTQIA+ prospective students, meet faculty, staff and current LGBTQIA+ Longhorns and learn more about the resources, programs and opportunities offered by the Gender and Sexuality Center, the LGBTQ Studies program, and the Office of Admissions.
  30. Feminist Friday

    Feminist Friday is an informal weekly meet-up that discusses intersectional feminism topics through guest speakers, student-led discussions, artmaking, and anything else that students would like.
  31. Trans Thursdays

    Trans Thursdays is an informal weekly meet-up that provides space for trans, nonbinary, genderqueer, agender, bigender, genderfluid, intersex, and gender questioning students at UT Austin to build community.
  32. Black Voices: A Supportive Group for Black Students

    This weekly discussion group is open to Black-identified students, regardless of nationality or racial/ethnic background. The group engages in safe, engaging and authentic discussion around students' experiences as Black and African American students on the UT campus.
  33. Finding Our Voice: A Women of Color Discussion Group

    Would you like to receive weekly support from and connect with other women of color on campus? We meet on Mondays at noon to engage in safe, inviting, and authentic discussion.
  34. Drop-In Groups: Spring 2021

    UT’s Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) offers a wide variety of drop-in groups for students. Click the title above for more about such groups as Asian Voices, Black Girl Magic, Dissertating While Black, Latinx Voices, Queer Voices, Re:Mixed, T-Time, and more.
  35. Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy 2019 Symposium

    Join the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy for a series of panels and speakers throughout the month of February.
  36. In-House Practice, Pathways, and Diversity w/Dell Legal

    Join Dell Legal for lunch and conversation in TNH 2.138!
  37. Fajita Fest 2018

    Join CHLSA for Fajita Fest, our bi-annual organizational fundraiser!
  38. TMLS / CHLSA Pre-Orientation Welcome

  39. TMLS Banquet 2017