- 12:00PM to 1:00PM
- Room 129
The Yale Law Republicans are honored to host Amb. John Bolton ('74) for a conversation on the foreign policy challenges facing the Trump Administration.
Non-pizza lunch will be served. In his book "Gorilla and the Bird: A Memoir of Madness and a Mother's Love," released this September, Zack McDermott describes how he experienced and recovered from his first psychotic breakdown while working as a public defender at the age of 26. Both his time detained in a psychiatric hospital and working as a public defender have given him insight on how the criminal justice system treats mentally-ill defendants. Zack graduated from UVA School of Law and worked as a public defender at the Legal Aid Society of New York.
Do you find yourself surfing rooms for the best lunch option on-the-go? Are you chowing down quickly during a noon hour lecture? Experience the joy of eating through Mindful Eating & Meditation. We will start with a 10-minute "body scan" meditation, followed by a 10-minute "metta" (loving-kindness) meditation. Then, we will engage in a mindful eating practice with wholesome vegetarian foods. No experience or knowledge of meditation needed!
Frank Pasquale researches the law and policy of big data, artificial intelligence, and algorithms.
After President Trump’s election, major news outlets such as The New York Times and The Washington Post billed themselves as defenders of democracy, declaring in turn that “the truth has a voice” and “democracy dies in darkness.” But recent reporting by The Intercept’s Jim Risen has revealed a long history of the NYT quashing critical national security stories at the request of government officials. Risen was nearly jailed by the Obama Administration for refusing to reveal confidential source.
The Lillian Goldman Law Library and the Law Teaching Series at Yale Law School are co-sponsoring an event for law students on how to successfully navigate the article submission and publication process. Please join us for a non-pizza lunch and panel discussion intended to provide practical tips to consider when submitting your article to academic journals. Our panel includes: