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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Conflict & Dispute Resolution Master's Program Information Session for JD Students
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Room 141
Contact: Kata Bahnsen-Reinhardt • Email
Learn about the Conflict & Dispute Resolution Master's (CRES) Program and how to apply. Earn your JD and master's degree in 4 years. Program consists of both skill- and theory-based courses including Negotiation, Facilitation, Cross Cultural Dynamics, Basic Mediation, Psychology of Conflict, Research Methods and more. If you cannot attend this session and are interested in the program please contact Kata Bahnsen-Reinhardt.
Behind the Front Lines in the Fight Against Genocide
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Knight Law Center, Room 175
Contact: Laura Johnson • Email
Mark C. Hackett is the CEO and Executive Director of Operation Broken Silence, a human rights organization that specializes in using multimedia tools to end mass atrocity crimes. His work has been featured by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, and other prominent new outlets and organizations. He has testified to the United States Congress multiple times concerning the crisis in Sudan.

Mark is also creator of the recent documentary film Across the Frontlines: Ending the Nuba Genocide.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Fair Housing Council of Oregon Design & Construction Accessibility Training
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Room 184
Contact: Jane Steckbeck • Email
The Fair Housing Council of Oregon offers a complimentary, 6-hour class on the details of federally required Design & Construction (D&C) requirements under the Fair Housing Act (FHA). Cosponsored by the University of Oregon School of Law Pro Bono Board.

The training will address Federal Fair Housing Act ADA requirements for multifamily housing – apartment buildings and condos constructed since 1991 - minimum accessibility standards. Learn about the appropriate slopes, turn radiuses, and much, much more.

Register at: www.FHCO.org/event_reg.htm

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Law and the Egyptian Revolution
12:20 pm - 1:30 pm
Law School Room 141
Contact: Nate Bellinger • Email
Professor Fakhri will discuss the relationship between international law and the Egyptian revolution based on his experiences at a workshop in Egypt last September. While within Egypt ideas about law have been playing a prominent role both in revolutionary demands and counterrevolutionary tactics. What remains under-examined is how international law structured the conditions that led up to the uprisings and how it may structure future possibilities.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Oregon Tax Court Externships
12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
Contact: Bonnie Williams • Email
Judge Henry Breithaupt (UO Law '75), Presiding Magistrate Jill Tanner, Noah Olson (UO Law '10), and Derek Dizney, law clerks to the Oregon Tax Court will be providing information on the benefits of working for the court as a student. Information about the application process will also be provided.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Trial Skills College
All Day
Rooms 141, 142, 184, 241, 242, 243, 281, 281
Contact: Jim Horstrup • Email
Externship Information Session
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Room 142
Contact: JIll Elizabeth • Email
The purpose of this event is to provide all law students with information on our externship opportunities.
Inaugural Derrick Bell Lecture, with Prof. Ian Haney Lopez
6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
EMU Ballroom
Contact: Kelsey Provo • Email

Friday, February 8, 2013

The Inside Track: Accelerate Your Career
12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Various Rooms
Contact: Bonnie Williams • Email
A Career Center event for third-year law students, this half-day pre-CLE will help develop and refine post-graduation job search strategies, build professional development skills, and provide an opportunity to network with members of the Oregon State Bar from around the state. Presented in partnership with the Law School Alumni Association.
Oregon Law Student Public Interest Fund Annual Auction
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Eugene Country Club, 255 Country Club Road, Eugene 97401
Contact: Jane Steckbeck • Email
The Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund ("OLSPIF") is a student group that raises funds for stipends for law students accepting public service positions that otherwise would not be paid. Students represent children, migrant farmworkers, domestic violence survivors and the like. The OLSPIF Auction is a lively and spirited event that includes the larger legal community, alumni, judges, law students, professors and others in an evening of good food and competitive bidding in both live and silent auction venues.

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