Moderate Means Program: What it’s All About!
The Moderate Means Program may be the answer for you.
Hear from Moderate Means Program Attorney, Clay Wilson, and current interns, Amy Shebeck and Caitlyn Evans about their work with clients of moderate mean.s
Tuesday, April 16, 12:30-1:20pm, Room 133
If you would like lunch please RSVP via Symplicity or email@example.com by 12:00 pm Monday, April 15.
Global Health Career Week at UW
The Global Health Resource Center (GHRC) in the UW Department of Global Health is excited to announce that Global Health Career Week 2013 is coming up next week – April 15-20th! This year’s line up includes:• a Career Resource Fair where you can network with over 20 local global health organizations • panel discussions with graduate students and faculty in the field • a screening of the film Girl Rising • a talk by a World Health Organization (WHO) leader on malaria • a new Global Health and the Arts Cafe and Symposium, featuring performances and discussion on innovative approaches to global health.
If you have ever been interested in global health, this week’s events are for you! The full schedule is available online here. You can also find their events on Facebook. Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pioneering the Sacred: Indigenous Peoples and the ‘Genome Commons’
Wednesday, April 17, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Gates Hall, room 133
Rebecca Tsosie, Regents’ Professor of Law
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
For more information contact: Kevin Schuda; email@example.com; 206-616-5398
The Interaction of Legal Systems in the Proceedings of the International Criminal Tribunal For the Former Yugoslavia
Patrick Lipton Robinson, OJ (born 29 January 1944, in Jamaica), is the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, a position he was elected to in November 2008. He was first elected to the Tribunal in 1998 and has been re-elected twice since. In 2004, he presided over the trial of Slobodan Milošević, the former Yugoslav president and the first former head of state to be tried for war crimes.
He will be discussing on the interaction of the two legal systems (common law adversarial and civil law inquisitorial) in the work of the Tribunal and the impact of that interaction on the fairness of trials.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congressman Adam Smith on Budgetary Effects on Our National Security
Please join us on May 1 to hear from Congressman Adam Smith of Washington’s 9th Congressional District. The event will take place from 5-6 p.m. in Parrington’s Forum.
Congressman Smith will be discussing “Budgetary Effects on Our National Security.” While our economy is recovering from a devastating recession, our nation faces new threats to economic growth. Sequestration, the debt ceiling, climbing deficits, and some Members of Congress using our regular appropriations process as a bargaining chip have placed our national security and economic health in jeopardy.
Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to hear from a senior member of the House of Representatives.
Litigating the Right to Peace CLE
WSBA-CLE Presents “Litigating the Right to Peace”
Co-sponsored by the WSBA World Peace Through Law Section
When: Saturday, June 22, 2013, 7–9 p.m., Social Event to Follow
Cost: Free to WSBA members and guestsWhere: Seattle University School of Law, 901 12th Ave., Seattle
International human rights attorney Roberto Zamora will talk about his successful litigation against governmental practices violating Costa Rica’s “Peace Constitution.” He will describe the use of an international forum, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, to protect and institutionalize the right to peace, and discuss cooperation with Japanese lawyers and peace organizations to safeguard Article 9 (Peace Article) of Japan’s Constitution. Lessons for U.S. lawyers and peace activists will be explored.
Seating is limited, so please register online!
Approved for 2 CLE credits