- 12:10PM to 1:10PM
- SLB Room 127
Please RSVP to ensure we have enough food.
Tina Severson, Senior Strategist for Technology Initiatives, will hold drop-in hours showcasing the functionality of The Courtyard, the law school’s online alumni directory, engagement community, and mentoring platform. Learn about the new and exciting ways for you to connect with YLS alumni for guidance, advice and mentorship.
As a reminder, applications for Fall 2020 Dean's Advisor positions are due by TUESDAY, FEB. 11, 2020 by 5pm. Applications should be submitted via YaleConnect and must include:
1. Statement of interest outlining any relevant experience (for example, any counseling or peer advisor experience)
3. Unofficial Transcript
4. Confidential statement of support from a YLS peer (this can be sent directly by your peer to Cat.firstname.lastname@example.org)
5. Response to the hypothetical DA scenario
Randal K. Quarles '84 is the Vice Chair for Supervision of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Chair of the Financial Stability Board. His Dean's Lecture is open to the Yale Community and lunch will be provided. Please RSVP at https://yalelaw.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_25pyfC28C6CDB9X by Wednesday, February 5, 2020.
People often conceptualize the internet as a single global community. Information wants to be free, and the internet enables citizens from everywhere in the world to mingle, share information, and learn from one another about far away events. While all these things are true, the reality of the internet is that it presents only a marginal barrier to identification. The laws and technologies of many places, both expected and unexpected, limit what people can do online, and how they can be tracked and identified while doing it.
Professor John Witt will lead a session titled Tort as Private Administration. This is an open to the public session of the 2020 Seminar in Private Law and Inequality, organised by Professor Daniel Markovits and the YLS Center for Private Law. Lunch will be served. All are welcome, but to attend and receive the paper RSVP to email@example.com.
Professor Deo will be speaking about her book, Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia. Comparing the professional and personal experiences of women of color professors with white women, white men, and men of color faculty from assistant professor through dean emeritus, Unequal Profession explores how the race and gender of individual legal academics affects not only their individual and collective experience, but also legal education as a whole.
A discussion of the fellowship application process followed by a panel of 2019 summer fellows who will talk about their summer fellowship experiences, including presentations by:
Join Prof. Oona Hathaway, current chair of the faculty clerkships committee, and Judicial Clerkships Director Marilyn Drees for a conversation about clerkship pros/cons, scheduling, researching judges, and identifying/approaching potential recommenders. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP here for an accurate head count and include any dietary restrictions.