Social Justice Tuesday, Equal Justice Works Info Session, WA AGO Open House and more!

Social Justice Tuesday: “Biting the Hands That Feed Us, How Fewer Smarter Laws Would Make our Food System More Sustainable”

When: Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Time:  12:30-1:20

Where: Room 127 UW School of Law

Hosted: Food Law Policy Association

Join us for a lively conversation with the author of Biting the Hand Hands that Feed Us”, Baylen Linnekin, a Seattle-based scholar, adjust professor, and food lawyer. Linnekin will discuss the book’s main theme, how federal, state, and local laws and regulations both restrict sustainable food practices and promote unsustainable food practices.

RSVP SCS Online.

Equal Justice Works – Launching Your Public Interest Law Career Info SessionEJW Logo

When: Wednesday, January 31

Time: 12:30-1:20

Where: Room 127 UW School of Law

Join Equal Justice Works staff while they provide expert advice on:

Postgraduate Fellowships

Summer Internships

Educational Awards for Public Service

Student Leadership & Advocacy Opportunities

Managing Student Debt

Attorney General Bob Ferguson invites you to an Open House

When: Thursday, February 1, 2018

3:30-5:30 pm

Where: In the AGO’s Downtown Seattle office at 800 5th Ave, Suite 2000 (Bank of America, Fifth Avenue Plaza Bldg.)

Assistant Attorneys General from many of the AGO’s divisions will be in attendance to speak about opportunities that exist within their divisions and the AGO. Information about the Office’s volunteer law clerk recruitment program for first and second year law students will also be available.

Northwest Public Service Career Fairs: Feb. 2 (Seattle) & 3 (Portland)

If you missed the registration deadline, you should still attend table talks. Click here for more information or see the SCS Resource Center.

The Public Interest Law Association invites you to A Night at the Movies, AuctionPILA Logo

When: Friday, February 16, 2018

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Where: Husky Union Building 4001 E Stevens Way NE Seattle, WA 98195


$125 per individual ($150 after Jan. 26) $75 for reduced admission* ($90 after Jan. 26) $850 per table of 8 ($1,000 after Jan. 26) $550 for reduced price table of 8* ($700 after Jan. 26) *Available to students, nonprofit employees, government employees and those otherwise unable to afford a regularly priced ticket. Students may buy one additional ticket.

Rsvp here.

2018 Goldmark Award Luncheon

When: February 23, 2018

Noon-1:30  The Westin Seattle

Register here.