Yale Law School Events

April 1-30, 2021

April 1 Thursday

Weekly Meditation with Catherine Banson

  • 9:30AM to 9:45AM
  • Online

Join Wellness Counselor, Catherine Banson, for a brief fifteen minute meditation via Zoom.

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April 1 Thursday

Yale Cyber Leadership Forum Virtual Series Session #5: Organizing to Address Cyber Threats

  • 12:00PM to 1:15PM
  • Online

Yale Cyber Leadership Forum Virtual Series

Session #5: Organizing to Address Cyber Threats

Moderator
David Lashway, Co-Chair, Global Cybersecurity Practice, Baker McKenzie

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April 1 Thursday

EIC Guest Lecture ♦ "Deal-Making in Germany: German Corporate Law in a Nutshell"

  • 12:35PM to 2:00PM
  • Online

Germany is the largest European country in terms of population and economic output. Its mergers and acquisitions market is one of the strongest in Europe. This seminar will provide insights into German corporate law from the perspective of lawyers in Germany. Which legal forms are available in Germany? Where can basic information about a German entity be found? What are the fundamentals of an asset deal or share deal under German law? What are the particularities of Public M&A transactions in Germany? These–and a lot more–questions will be answered.

Dr. Holger Alfes, LL.M.

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April 1 Thursday

Law, Economics & Organization Workshop: "Fair innings? The utilitarian and prioritarian value of risk reduction over a whole lifetime" with Duke Law Prof. Matthew D. Adler

  • 4:10PM to 5:40PM
  • To access the Workshop, please go to the LEO main page (https://law.yale.edu/LEO) on Thurs., Apr. 1st after 9:00 a.m. (ET).

Is it more important to save the lives of the young than the lives of the old? If so, why? Come hear the perspective of Duke Law Prof. Matthew D. Adler, who focuses on “prioritarianism”—a refinement to utilitarianism that gives extra weight (“priority”) to the worse off.

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April 1 Thursday

A Clash of Islams: Salafism versus Sufism

  • 4:15PM to 5:45PM
  • Online

Lecture by Alexander Knysh of the University of Michigan

Registration Link: https://yale.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hoAc98C7TMuXBB4iUPRMMQ

 

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April 1 Thursday

Perspectives of Alumni Clerks

  • 6:15PM to 7:15PM
  • Online

Join a diverse array of alumni in conversation about their clerkship experiences.  Please RSVP here by 4:00 p.m. (EDT) on April 1.

Panelists:

Rachel Chung ’18 clerked for Judge Rowan Wilson (NY Court of Appeals), 2018-19, and Senior Judge John Walker (2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals), 2019-20. Just after clerking, she worked on voter protection for the DCCC and is now an associate at O’Melveny and Meyers (DC). 

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April 2 Friday

AI Governance Virtual Symposium: AI for Municipalities

  • 10:00AM to 11:00AM
  • Online

The Information Society Project and The Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown Law are hosting the AI Governance Virtual Symposium. 

This is the first panel of three: AI for Municipalities.

REGISTER here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ai-for-municipalities-tickets-147982416391

Panelists:

Ann Cavoukian, Executive Director, Global Privacy & Security by Design Center

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April 2 Friday

Spring Jog Around New Haven with Professor Ian Ayres

  • 12:00PM to 1:00PM
  • RSVP for Information

Please join Professor Ian Ayres at 12:00 pm, for a socially distanced and COVID compliant jog around town. All paces are welcome to join, for as much of the jog as you'd like. Not in New Haven, but would like to run with your classmates? Join us via Zoom audio with running participants. RSVP on YaleConnect for more information.

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April 2 Friday

Human Rights Workshop: Protests and Policing: Nigeria’s #ENDSARS Movement

  • 12:15PM to 2:00PM
  • Online

Speakers:

Bulama Bukarti, Senior Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies

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April 5 Monday

Applying for an EJW Fellowship

  • 12:00PM to 1:00PM
  • Online

Equal Justice Works offers two-year, project-based fellowships designed to support recent graduates working at non-profit organizations servicing the poor and the marginalized. A representative from EJW will discuss the application process as well as the role of host organizations and the development of project ideas serving a specific population or addressing an unmet legal need.

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