April 26: RACE TALKS @ 12:30 p.m.- Room 447
The Dean’s Advisory Committee on Diversity urges you to “drop in” on an ongoing discussion about race, power and the law. This is an ongoing, open-ended conversation. Feel free to stop by anytime between 12:30 and 1:20 to listen and share your thoughts. Professor Brenda Williams will moderate
Lunch will be provided.
April 27: Financial Planning for Grads
Wednesday, April 27, 12:30-1:20 pm Room 127
Are you worried about repaying your student loans and other debt? Please join us for this informative 50 minute session.
- Mathiew Le, UW, Assistant Dean Admissions and Financial Aid
- Aline Carton-Listfjeld, UW, Director, Center for Public Service Law
It is important for law students to master the basics of personal financial management. Basic principles of personal finance are not difficult to learn and apply, but they may seem so because they are rarely explained in a simple, straightforward manner.
This presentation will provide an overview of the fundamentals of personal financial management for law students with little or no prior exposure to the subject. Topics covered will include strategies to track income and expenses, repayment loan options and establish budget priorities including common mistakes to avoid.
April 27-May 8: FORCE CONTINUUM
MFA director Malika Oyetimein will stage Kia Corthron’s explosive socio-political drama about three generations of African American police officers torn apart by the very organization to which they have dedicated their loyalty and working lives. Corthron tells an unflinching and deeply felt story of tragically flawed human beings trying to do the right thing in difficult circumstances and getting it very, very wrong.
As timely now as it was when first produced in 2001, Force Continuum stands as a potent theatrical criticism of modern day police brutality and the relationship between police and the black community.
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April 27: From Standing in the Street to Having a Seat at the Table
Join CPSL and Jessica Stern, Executive Director of OutRight Action International for a discussion of OutRight’s work supporting LGBTQI individuals living in the Middle East. OutRight Action International is a leading international organization dedicated to human rights advocacy on behalf of people who experience discrimination or abuse on the basis of their actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. Jessica Stern specializes in gender, sexuality and human rights globally. As the first researcher on LGBT rights at Human Rights Watch and a Ralph Bunche Fellow at Amnesty International, she conducted fact-finding investigations and advocacy in relation to Iran, Kyrgyzstan, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates. RSVP for this event through Symplicity. Campus location: William H. Gates Hall (LAW). Campus room: Room 138. Event types: Lectures/Seminars.
Event sponsors: The Center for Public Service Law and OutRight Action International. Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.
May 3: SJT – Multi-Parent Adoptions within Washington State
Outlaws is hosting a panel presentation regarding multi-parent adoptions within Washington State. The panel will explain to the audience the fundamentals of how Washington handles adoptions involving more than two legal parents, as well as Washington’s take on custody decisions involving more than two adults when there is a separation or dissolution of one or more adult relationships.
Room 127 at 12:30pm.
May 4: The “Ins and Outs” of Applying for a 2L Summer Position: A Student Panel Discussion and Networking Reception for 1L Students
Please join LBA and ILS on Wednesday, May 4 for a student panel discussion followed by a networking reception.
The event will begin at 3:30pm in room 138 with a moderated panel of 2L and 3L students who will share their experiences applying for a 2L summer position. Immediately following the panel, there will be reception held in the Gallagher Law Library with local recruiters and attorneys from law firms, government agencies, and public interest organizations. During the reception, students will have the opportunity to meet with attorneys and recruiters and learn more about their organizations. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to speak with current 2L and 3L students who can share lessons, experiences, and tips for researching and applying for a 2L summer position.
Room 138 and Gallagher Law Library at 3:30-6pm