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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).
On Monday, September 19, Justice Susan Carney of the Alaska Supreme Court https://public.courts.alaska.gov/web/judges/docs/smc.pdf, will meet with students to discuss opportunities in the Alaska courts. She will be representing all five of the Alaska Supreme Court justices, as well as the four judges of the Alaska Court of Appeals. Third-year students who wish to be considered as prospective ju...
Joshua Rauh is the Ormond Family Professor of Finance at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). He formerly taught at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business (2004–9) and the Kellogg School of Management (2009–12).
Professor Rauh studies corporate investment and financial structure, private equity and venture capital, and the financial structure of pension funds and their sponsors. He has published numerous journal articles and was awarded the 2006 Brattle Prize for the outstanding research paper on corporate finance published in the Journal of Finance for his paper “Investment and Financing Constraints: Evidence from the Funding of Corporate Pension Plans.”
The Yale Law National Security Group invites members to a dinner discussion on executive power in foreign affairs with Professor Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash (YLS '93), Doyle-Winter Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law. RSVP is required.
Andrew Kloster, a former Trump Administration official and an expert in administrative law, will join us for a presentation on Schedule F.
Criminal enforcement is on the move. As technology enables police forces to use new tools and methods to detect and investigate crimes, both in the offline and online worlds, traditional law enforcement is beginning to adapt accordingly. With a glimpse to the near and far future of technology, these tools and methods are expected to make a drastic change in criminal enforcement, while also potentially expanding the scope of criminal activities. This talk addresses the present future of criminal law.
Please join ACS for a conversation with former White House Counsel Bob Bauer. This wide-ranging discussion will cover his time as White House Counsel, issues at the intersection of progressive law and politics, judicial nominations, what it means to be a "political" lawyer, the future of elections, and more.