- 12:10PM to 1:00PM
Cosponsored by NSG and CDO.
Speakers: Ricky Altieri, National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
Join the Yale American Constitution Society as we welcome Chris Kang, co-founder and chief counsel of Demand Justice. We will discuss the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat on the Supreme Court, from the politics of the nomination fight, to what it will mean for the court and the country if Judge Barrett is confirmed, to what is next for progressives either way.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, states suspended “non-essential” medical procedures, which some states have interpreted to include surgical abortions. Abortion care, however, is a time-sensitive service. A delay in abortion care may increase the risk to the patient or make abortion care inaccessible. How do we ensure that access to abortion care is not limited during times of crisis? How can we change the notion that abortion care is an elective service?
“The deeper you go, the more you know.” This headline captures the tantalizing promise of deep phenotyping in psychiatric research.
Please join us for e a panel with lawyers from Debevoise & Plimpton LLP on Tuesday to ask anything about Debevoise, corporate law, and law firms in general.
Please join us over Zoom at the following link:
The Paradox of the Rational Use of Police Force
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Yale Law School
Harvard Kennedy School
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Deans Ellen Cosgrove and Monica Maldonado will be available via Zoom to answer any questions about the current state of bar admissions, the differences between UBE and non-UBE jurisdictions or the character and fitness process. You may ask your question in advance or during the live Q&A. Please RSVP here.