November 5: Social Justice Tuesday- When Labor Rights Mean Immigrant Rights: Union, Immigrant Works, and Immigration Reform
Labor rights and immigration rights are increasingly intertwined. Join us to hear Dan Hutzenbiler and Professor Angélica Cházaro discuss the growth of alliances and strategies for representation and reform that bring these actors and their legal issues together and the resulting benefits and compromises.
Dan Hutzenbiler, a partner at Robblee, Detwiler, & Black, is a union-side labor law attorney who advises unions and represents building and construction workers. He will speak to the ways in which immigration law and rights come up in a legal practice dedicated to protecting unions and workers. Professor Angélica Cházaro is a former immigration attorney at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and now a Visiting Assistant Professor at UW Law teaching Poverty Law. She will discuss the growing coalescence of unions, worker organizing, and immigration reform movements in national immigration reform and in the local Sakuma Berry Farms strike of immigrant farmworkers in Washington.
If you would like lunch please RSVP via Symplicity or firstname.lastname@example.org RSVP by 12:00 pm Monday, November 4, 2013.
November 6: 1L Job Search Strategies
12:30-1:20pm, Room 119
How do you get started? Where are the resources? Where are the opportunities? What are employers looking for? Who can you talk to for support, advice and feedback?
Join Lisa Castilleja from the Center for Professional & Leadership Development and Aline Carton-Listfjeld from the Center for Public Service Law for a discussion on the nuts and bolts of job search strategizing for 1Ls.
November 6: Confident Communications Workshop with Professor Judith Shahn of the UW School of Drama
November 7: Successful Careers of Past Judicial Clerks
November 7: Seattle Community Law Center Comedy Friendraiser
7:30pm at the Comedy Underground
Bill Cosby said “you can turn painful situations around through laughter. If you can find humor in anything, even poverty, you can survive it.” SCLC uses the tools of legal advocacy to help people with disabilities facing the risks and realities of homelessness overcome barriers to economic and medical stability. For the third year, we will be merging Cosby’s approach with ours in one great event. Come celebrate with us, and listen to Joe Vespasiani and Drew Barth at the Comedy Underground, Thursday November 7th at 7:30pm.
December 10: Get the Early Bird Rate for Transforming Trauma with Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
December 10, 9am-4pm, Seattle University, Campion Ballroom
Laura van Dernoot Lipsky, Founder and Director of the Trauma Stewardship Institute and author of Trauma Stewardship: An Everyday Guide to Caring for Self While Caring for Others, has worked directly with trauma survivors for 26 years.