Yale Law School Events

September 12, 2022

September 12 Monday

Meditation Mondays

  • 9:45AM to 10:00AM
  • SLB Room L390C

Mindfulness can greatly benefit you as students and later as legal professionals, affecting all you serve and interact with. Every Monday, gather with others for a 15 or 20 min guided meditation led by wellness counselor Catherine Banson. Meditation room L390C or Zoom in (closed after 3-5 minutes of introductory remarks).

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September 12 Monday

Thurman Arnold Project Introductory Meeting

  • 12:00PM to 1:00PM
  • SLB Room 122

We are excited to announce that the introductory meeting for the Thurman Arnold Project (TAP) will be held on Monday, September 12 at 12pm in SLB 122. We will serve Nica's sandwiches and coffee from Blue State.

TAP is an intellectual gathering point for academics, policymakers, and students to discuss and develop antitrust and competition policy. TAP is led by Fiona Scott Morton, the Theodore Nierenberg Professor of Economics at the Yale School of Management and former chief economist for the Antitrust Division of the DOJ.

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September 12 Monday

Meditation Mondays (Lunchtime)

  • 12:05PM to 12:20PM
  • SLB Room L390C

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September 12 Monday

1L Intro to CDO and the Summer Job Search

  • 12:10PM to 1:00PM
  • SLB Room 127

CDO counselors will provide an overview of CDO and the summer job search process. All first-year students are strongly encouraged to attend. Grab and go lunch will be provided.

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September 12 Monday

Echoes of Attica - Performance and Discussion

  • 6:30PM to 8:00PM
  • Levinson Auditorium

On Monday, September 12, 2022, the Liman Center will co-host Echoes of Attica – a music/theater performance about the 1971 prison uprising and its aftermath, featuring original songs written and performed by Philadelphia rap poet and activist BL Shirelle and the gospel singer Simply Naomi. Based on court transcripts, recently released FBI files, and interviews with eyewitnesses, the show will be introduced by Carlos Roche – who survived the assault at Attica – and feature a post-performance panel discussion about U.S. prisons, past and present. The show is free and all are welcome.

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