Yale Law School Events

Week of April 18, 2021

April 12 Monday
April 12 Monday
April 12 Monday

Reimagining Work After 2020 Workshop

  • 2:10PM to 4:00PM
  • Online

This spring, Yale Law School will host the Workplace Theory and Policy Workshop, Reimagining Work After 2020, chaired by Ford Foundation Professor of Law and Social Science Vicki Schultz. This timely seminar will bring in prominent scholars, policymakers, and activists from a variety of disciplines to analyze recent transformations in society—most notably, the COVID pandemic and the uprising against structural racism—in relation to work.

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April 12 Monday

Weekly Functional Fitness Workout with Professor Ian Ayres

  • 6:00PM to 7:00PM
  • Online

All levels of experience are welcome, but for some classes you will need an item to lift with one hand. This item can be a dumbbell or kettlebell or it might be a jug of milk or Clorox (something that can be gripped with one hand). It would also be a good to have a yoga mat, bath towel or carpeted area for floor padding. Zoom information can be found on YaleConnect.

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April 12 Monday

Moot Court Final Round

  • 6:00PM to 7:30PM
  • Online

Thurman Arnold Prize Finals, 2020–2021
Morris Tyler Moot Court of Appeals at Yale

Petitioners: Marnie Lowe and Akanksha Shah
Respondents: Geoffrey Block and Erik Fredericksen

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April 13 Tuesday

Class of 2021: Last Day to Order Commencement Regalia

  • (All day)
  • Private Location (rsvp to display)

Order your regalia here: https://commencement.yale.edu/students

The last day to order regalia for commencement is April 13th, 2021

PLEASE NOTE: You should choose "Group 3" when placing your order. This will ensure you're purchasing the correct regalia.

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April 13 Tuesday

The Operating System for Humanity: Law and the Invention of a Just Future, Anupam Chander, Georgetown University

  • 12:00PM to 1:30PM
  • Online

The internet promised both liberty and equality. At the dawn of the internet age, a popular book declared “the world is flat”—that opportunity was now global. But utopian visions gave way to a reality of gaping economic disparities, widespread surveillance, data exploitation, and technology trade wars. This book begins by mapping how we got here, arguing that law helped create the geography of the internet. But existing law will prove inadequate as decisions about us are made by artificial intelligence, often from afar, and as robots take to the streets and drones to the air.

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April 13 Tuesday

Weekly Meditation with Professor Yair Listokin

  • 12:05PM to 12:10PM
  • Online

Join Professor Listokin every Tuesday at 12:05 for a brief meditation via Zoom. Zoom information can be found on YaleConnect.

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April 13 Tuesday

Panel Talk with Sullivan & Cromwell on Sovereign Finance

  • 12:10PM to 1:00PM
  • https://yale.zoom.us/j/96892842236

Interested in learning more about how sovereign debt is issued and marketed? Want to know more about the evolution of sovereign debt terms and structure in the wake of high-profile litigation over sovereign defaults?

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