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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Submitting a Student Panel | Public Interest Environmental Law Conference 2019 (PIELC)
12:00 pm
Law School | Room 141
Contact: Marisa Galloway •
Want to meet your dream employer? Do you want to organize an event about issues are passionate about? Is there a cause you want to make sure gets a voice at next year's Conference? Come join Land Air Water Conference Co-Directors on how to submit a panel or panel idea that will be an effective addition to the conference!

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Throwback Thursday
12:00 pm
Contact: Liz Frost •
Professor Frost will lead a short and informal session on writing and grammar skills.
Forum on Forest Carbon - presented by Oregon Wild and Land Air Water
5:30 pm
Room 175
Contact: Shane Davis •
A forum on Oregon's forest carbon production and sequestration, discussed by some of the state's leading experts in the field. Presented by Oregon Wild in conjunction with Land Air Water.

Friday, October 19, 2018

The Art of the Possible
12:00 pm
Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse, Eugene, OR
Contact: Sabrina Leathers •
A collaboration with Career Planning & Professional Development, Women's Law Forum, and the US District Court.
A Taste for Brown Sugar: Black Women in Pornography
12:00 pm
Gerlinger Lounge
Contact: Carmel Ohman •
In light of feminist arguments against the victimization of women by pornography, Miller-Young contends that black sex workers, while facing multiple axes of discrimination and harm, also employ hypersexuality and deviance to achieve self-care and self-authorship. In the context of hegemonic capitalism that exploits all labor and social relations, black women’s illicit erotic labor represents one strategy for survival.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Just Write sessions
9:00 am
Room 110
Contact: Liz Frost •
Just Write sessions are three-hour writing sessions that allow you to focus on a project without distractions. Contact Professor Frost for further details and to RSVP.
Oregon Federalist Society Presents: Dr. Yaron Brook on
12:00 pm
KNI 141
Contact: Brice Rudolph •
The Federalist Society will be hosting Dr. Yaron Brook from the Ayn Rand Institute for a lecture on "Capitalism and the Rule of Law". After his lecture Dr. Brook will take questions from the audience. Lunch will be provided.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Lane County Bar 1L Mentee Orientation
12:00 pm
Room 184
Contact: Sabrina Leathers •
Building a mentor relationship with local attorneys is a great way to learn more about practice areas that might be of interest to you, begin building your local legal network, and practice those networking skills we are often talking about. Many law students maintain relationships with their 1L mentors throughout law school and even stay in touch after graduation. Beatrice Grace will be available during this time to discuss the program and answer questions that you might have. Social to follow in November.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Mock Mediation Workshop
12:00 pm
Room 243, Oregon Law
Contact: Kathryn Fahrion •
Join Students Engaged in Dialogue and Discourse to practice mediation. We will provide a mock mediation scenario and, for anyone who wants to explore what mediation is, an overview of mediation techniques and purposes.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

OSB Celebrate Pro Bono CLE
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lewis Lounge
Contact: Jennifer Geller, Kathryn Moakley • or
OSB's Celebrate Pro Bono Week CLE will be live-streamed in the Lewis Lounge. This year's CLE is Representing Survivors of Domestic Violence: Preparing for a Contested Restraining Order Hearing. The CLE is free of charge and open to students. Co-sponsored by the Oregon New Lawyers Division, Community Action Public Service (CAPS), the UO Law Domestic Violence Clinic, and the Public Law and Policy Program. Light refreshments will be served.
War and the Media: 1960s to the Trump Era, featuring Norman Solomon
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Knight Law Center 175
Contact: Rebecca Flynn •
Norman Solomon is an American journalist, media critic, author and longtime associate of the media watch group FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting). In 1997, Solomon founded the Institute for Public Accuracy, a consortium of policy researchers and analysts, which works to provide alternative sources for journalists.

This event is part of the Wayne Morse Center's Public Affairs Speaker Series. It is free and open to the public.