- 12:00PM to 1:00PM
- SLB 124
Come learn more about what being a Dean's Advisor (DA) is all about! Current DAs will be on hand to speak about their experience and to answer your questions. Non-pizza lunch will be served.
The Hon. Pamela Chen, a United States District Court Judge for the Eastern District of New York, will join the American Constitution Society to discuss her career as a lawyer and her current role as a federal district court judge in Brooklyn.
Please join ACS, APALSA, and Outlaws for a lunch talk featuring Judge Pamela Chen of the Eastern District of New York. Judge Chen was appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate in 2013. She is the first Asian-American lesbian to serve in the federal judiciary.
JSD candidates Sebastian Guidi and Fernando Bracaccini will begin the discussion with a brief analysis of Argentina's October 2019 elections. The students visiting the law school from Argentina on the YLS Latin American Linkage exchange program will offer their reactions before the floor is opened to discussion. Lunch will be provided.
Moral outrage shapes fundamental aspects of human social life and is now widespread on digital media and online social networks. How might these new technologies change the expression of moral outrage and its social consequences? Principles of reinforcement learning can usefully organize an investigation of digital outrage and its effects on social behavior. We used supervised deep learning to develop a digital outrage classifier that can identify expressions of moral outrage on social media with human-level accuracy.
Legal History Forum — Coel Kirkby, Sidney Law School - "Brexit’s Civil Warrior: On the Genesis of Finnis’ Practical Guide to Statesmen."
Lunch will be provided. Papers will be pre-circulated to Forum participants. For more information, please contact the 2019-2020 Legal History Fellows, Gabe Levine (email@example.com) and Kate Redburn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Miguel de Serpa Soares, the Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and UN Legal Counsel Office of Legal Affairs (OLA), brings with him wide-ranging experience in the legal sector.
Marina Rustow, Princeton University
On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, the Yale Law, Ethics & Animals Program Inaugural Lectures will feature lectures by Dr. Sheila Jasanoff and Dr. Timothy Pachirat. The talks will be back-to-back from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm, followed by a reception for faculty, students, friends, and supporters of LEAP from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Yale Law School Alumni Reading Room.