Previous Events

  1. Law students to visit internationally renowned humanities research center and learn about international legal and business issues revolving around the world of museums and other cultural institutions.
  2. Parking Mobility project director to discuss comparative accessibility law and how law and technology are being used around the world to end accessible parking abuse, educate communities, and empower people with disabilities.
  3. Law students to visit one of the largest university museums in the U.S. and to learn how practicing empathy and communication through art can deepen trust and build highly collaborative working relationships between lawyers and clients.
  4. Institute for Transnational Law to co-sponsor panel on "Energy Development in Emerging Economies: Legal Challenges."
  5. Law students to tour Houston Ship Channel and network with attorneys involved in international law.
  6. The International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism presents the 2020 Global Conference on Constitution-Making and Constitutional Change.
  7. Texas Law students interested in international human rights human rights will learn about advocacy, education, community organizing to secure full equality for all people in Texas, the U.S., and the world.
  8. Law students to tour Google Austin and attend presentation on legal recruiting and international business strategies
  9. Rod Wetsel, a recognized leader in wind energy, to lead a three-hour training for law students wind energy.
  10. J.D. and LL.M. students to get firsthand experience of the wind industry.
  11. The purpose of this round table is to offer scholars the opportunity to develop their ideas as they work toward submitting a draft for publication.
  12. Law students to visit Sweetwater Wind Farm, one of largest in world.
  13. Heidi Brown (Director of Legal Writing & Associate Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School) will discuss her book. She will talk about the valuable gifts that introverted individuals can contribute to the legal profession, including active listening, deep thinking, empathy, careful legal writing, creative problem-solving, and thoughtful communication.
  14. 2019 Texas Collaboration Fund Award recipient speaks on different dimensions (law, ethics, politics) involved in justifying use of force in international affairs.
  15. Law students to visit UT Power Plant, often described as largest and most integrated microgrid in U.S.
  16. Deputy Secretary-General & Principal Legal Counsel of Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) to discuss the 2019-2020 MD Anderson Fellowship in Transnational Law. The present one-year fellowship being offered funds full-time work at the PCA in The Hague.
  17. Deputy-Secretary General at Permanent Court of Arbitration talks about Permanent Court of Arbitration's commitment to peaceful settlement of international disputes through arbitration.
  18. Rod E. Wetsel (J.D. '77), a recognized leader in energy law, will talk about both wind leases and new developments, including legislation on wind.
  19. LL.M. students to tour largest wind farm in the world.
  20. Texas Law alums to speak on the intersection of international business law and arbitration.
  21. Roderick Wetsel, recognized leader in energy law, to teach master class on global perspectives on wind law.
  22. Featuring José V. Zapata, Partner in Bogotá office of Holland & Knight
  23. Texas Law students tour UT Power Plant - largest and most integrated microgrid in U.S.
  24. Interested in a career in International Law?
  25. Texas Law students visit largest wind farm in the world.