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Thursday, January 10, 2019

OUTLaws Drop-In Meeting for Faculty and Staff
12:00 pm
Knight Law Center 141
Contact: Ally Lee • alee15@uoregon.edu
OUTLaws is hosting a drop-in meeting for faculty and staff to talk about pronoun usage, OUTLaws' letter to faculty and staff, and answer related questions. OUTLaws board members will be present as well as Chris Ruiz de Esparza, Director of Diversity, Inclusion, & Leadership Development.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

CRES Program Info Session
12:00 pm
281
Contact: Sophia Mantheakis • cres@uoregon.edu
Website
Our Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master's Program gives you the conceptual knowledge and practical skills to resolve conflict on small and large scales. From family mediation to international diplomacy, this two-year program prepares you to be part of the solution--someone everyone needs. UO undergrads with a 3.3 GPA or higher are eligible for consideration for the Dean's Double Duck Award, worth up to $12,500 off tuition. Come eat pizza and learn more!
Nation of Immigrants: A Short History of An Idea, featuring Wayne Morse Chair of Law and Politics Mae Ngai (Columbia)
6:30 pm
Knight Law Center 175
Contact: Rebecca Flynn • rflynn@uoregon.edu
Part of the Wayne Morse Center's theme of inquiry into Borders Migration and Belonging.

Free and open to the public.

Friday, January 18, 2019

Live Stream: The 2019 Legislative Session: Carbon Reductions on the Agenda
9:00 am
Knight Law School, Room 282
Contact: Apple Goeckner • appleg@uoregon.edu
To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the planet has to substantially reduce its carbon pollution. In the 2019 Legislative Session, Oregon will consider doing its part. The state legislature will take up legislation to reduce the state's emissions of carbon pollution and join California and Quebec in the Western Climate Initiative. Please join us as we explore the issue with key policymakers and experts.

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Moot Court 1L Mock Trial Competition
All Day
Law School
Contact: Elizabeth Schwartz • eschwar3@uoregon.edu
1L students will individually perform cross-examinations and opening statements to compete for a place on the UO Moot Court Board.

Monday, January 21, 2019

MLK Holiday
All Day
Contact: Amy Greer • alm@uoregon.edu
No Classes

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Guest Speaker from School of Journalism: K.S. Park
12:00 pm
Lewis Lounge
Contact: Alyssa Warnick-Hesse • alyssawh@uoregon.edu
General Speaker Info: https://globalnetworkinitiative.org/gni-welcomes-k-s-park-as-an-academic-member/

Title: Confusions and serendipities in intermediary liability and free speech online in Asia

The presentation will discuss intermediary liability "safe harbors" in China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia, in comparison to American law, as well as court decisions from the region that may have gone beyond American jurisprudence on online free speech protections.
Immigration in Oregon: Communities, Economies, Policies
6:30 pm
Knight Law Center 175
Contact: Rebecca Flynn • rflynn@uoregon.edu
This event is part of the Wayne Morse Center's theme of inquiry Borders, Migration and Belonging.

Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

3L Mandatory Bar Exam Meeting
12:00 pm
Law 175
Contact: Jennifer Espinola • espinola@uoregon.edu
Professor Megan McAlpin, Director of Academic Excellence, and Zac Smallwood with Barbri will present this mandatory session to 3Ls to educated students about the bar exam preparation process lasting from January until the exam in July. Students must attend in order to receive their pre-paid Barbri bar exam prep course over the summer. Lunch will be provided.
Pro Bono: Opportunities to Increase Access to Justice
1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
184
Contact: Jennifer Geller • jgeller@uoregon.edu
At UO Law, we encourage all students to participate in pro bono legal work, and it is a great way to hone skills and explore interests. We have a wide range of opportunities available to students. Come hear about various volunteer opportunities and how UO Law recognizes pro bono work. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by Community Action Public Service and the UO Law Public Law and Policy Program.
UOPD "Diversity in Policing" Panel
5:30 pm
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), 214, Redwood Auditorium
Contact: Chris Esparza • cesparza@uoregon.edu
Website
Hosted by UOPD, two speakers from the Los Angeles area, LAPD officer Deon Joseph and former police lieutenant and current K-12 educator John Johnson, will share their perspective as black men in law enforcement, answer prepared questions and engage in a moderated discussion with the audience. The event is open to students, faculty, staff and community members, and snacks will be served.