July 10: A Conversation with UN Under-Secretary-General Leila Zerrougui on Children as Combatants and Victims in Conflict
LIMITED TICKETS REMAINING! A Conversation with UN Under-Secretary-General Leila Zerrougui on Children as Combatants and Victims in Conflict Thursday, 07/10 @ 7:30 A.M. – 9:00 A.M. 4th Floor, World Trade Center West
Join the World Affairs Council for a special conversation with Algerian legal expert on human rights and UN Under Secretary General, Ms. Leila Zerrougui. Ms. Zerrougui will discuss her work with children and gender-based violence in areas of armed conflicts, including South Sudan, Syria, Nigeria, and The Democratic Republic of the Congo. She will speak about her role establishing effective programs to address these critical issues and building awareness to give prominence to the rights and protection of boys and girls affected by armed conflict. Space is limited Register Here! $25 Members, $30 Non-Members
July 14-18: Global Health Law Summer Law Institute. Free for UW Law Alums!
The UW Global Health Law Summer Institute brings together representatives from academia, national governments, foundations, NGOs and the private sector to discuss the role of law and legal solutions in enhancing the global health delivery infrastructure. This year’s theme is Access with different facets of “The Access Challenge” explored each day. CLE credits are available.
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UW Law Alums can get in for free by emailing ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 17: Free Webinar- Human Implications of SCOTUS Decisions 2014
July 21: Interested in Post Grad Public Interest Fellowships? Here’s Your Chance to Hear Directly from the Fellows
RSVP Here! RSVP by Wednesday, July 16th
4:00 pm—6:00 pm
Panel & Discussion Followed by Networking Reception
Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall, Courtroom Level, Room C5, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA
Come learn about the process of applying for post-graduate public interest law fellowships, including Equal Justice Works Fellowships, EJW AmeriCorps Legal Fellowships, Soros Open Society Institute Fellowships, and other opportunities. You will learn about how to research fellowships, hear directly from current and recent fellows about their experiences, and have an opportunity to address individual questions about opportunities and materials. Whether you are currently in the process of applying for a fellowship or just want to learn more about this unique and rewarding way to launch your public interest career, this panel and networking reception with current and former fellows is for you! Presented by the Access to Justice Board Leadership Development Committee.