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Volunteer as a Poll Worker w/ the ABA’s Poll Worker, Esq. Project

The American Bar Association is partnering with the National Association of Secretaries of State and the National Association of State Election Directors to encourage lawyers, law students and other legal professionals to serve as nonpartisan poll workers for the upcoming 2020 election. Depending on the jurisdiction, tasks may range from…

9/16 – 6th Annual Arizona Collaborative Bar Event – Confronting Prejudice and Bias

On Wednesday, September 16th, please join the Arizona Collaborative Bar for a conversation exploring allyship: collaborating across boundaries to confront prejudice and bias.  This virtual event will include moderated, round-table discussions during which participants will share ideas and goals.   Event time: 4:45pm to 6:00pm (MST) Please RSVP by September 14th…

9/15 – Please Join a Discussion on COVID-19 and Democracy: Can parliaments come to the rescue?

The Inter-Parliamentary Union and the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at Arizona State University are co-hosting an informal panel debate for International Day for Democracy. Can parliaments learn from the past six months to become stronger and more effective institutions that impose checks and balances on executive powers to…

Wednesday, 9/9 – Please Attend Community Conversation on “ASU Law and the World Around Us”

Please RSVP for this Wednesday’s (9/9) Community Conversation on “ASU Law and the World Around Us.”   RSVP Link: https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=878406   We know many of you have been impacted by recent current events and have ideas on how ASU Law should respond.  We want to hear from you! This will…

9/3 You’re Invited to a Community Conversation w/ Law School Leadership Re the “Return to Fall”

This fall, members of the law school leadership and Student Services teams will host Community Conversations for small groups of students to help build a sense of community, get student feedback, and collaborate and identify opportunities for improvement. Each lunchtime session will focus on a different topic. We will also…

9/9 – Join a Discussion on Racism, Discrimination and Injustice in the Legal Profession

On September 9th from 3pm-4:30pm (AZ time), please join Collaborative Bar members for a groundbreaking virtual dialogue on racism, discrimination and systemic injustice in the courts and the practice of law. Together we will listen, share personal experiences and discuss actions we can take individually and collectively to effect positive,…

Grade Accommodation and Career Services Form – Please Read and Respond!

Students, please see below and complete accordingly: All Students Spring 2020 Semester Grade Accommodation Form (everyone MUST complete!): https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=781995 1L and 2L Career Services Form: https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=794836 Please continue to send all issues, comments, and concerns about the COVID-19 situation through the student concern form: https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=776370 We are here for you!…

International Law Society Accepting Applications for Board Positions!

The International Law Society (ILS) is accepting applications for board positions for the 2020-2021 year. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate to future employers an interest in international law, network with attorneys in the Phoenix metro area, and gain valuable leadership skills. No former experience in international law or…

March 5 – Free Issues & Answers Forum – CENSUS 2020: Arizona Congressional and Legislative Redistricting, CLE credit available

Sandra Day O’Connor Institute ISSUES & ANSWERS FORUM Free To The Public 5:30 – 6:00 PM | Registration & Reception 6:00 – 7:30 PM | Presentation With the U.S. Census every 10 years, congressional and legislative boundaries are re-drawn. Join us to learn more about this important topic that will affect…

Calls for Applications for the Helen Levine Cohen Graduation Award – Deadline March 27th

The Helen Levine Cohen Award was established by Professor Jason K. Cohen to honor a graduating student who has demonstrated the highest caliber of advocacy on behalf of, or service to, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.  There is a financial gift included with the award.  To apply, please…

2020 MCBA Barrister’s Ball, March 7th – 8 Free Tickets!

Dear MCBA Student Members, As you know the MCBA Young Lawyers Division is hosting the 2020 MCBA Barristers’ Ball on March 7th, at the Arizona Biltmore. We have 8 free tickets to the 2020 MCBA Barristers’ Ball, available only to you for a limited time. The first 4 students to…

February 25th – Workplace and Campus Safety Training

On February 25th, please join us for a brown bag workplace and campus safety training, conducted by Becky Garcia, Crime Prevention Officer with Arizona State University’s Police Department. Come and learn: How to deescalate and/or respond to disruptive subjects The do’s and don’ts when setting up a meeting to deliver…

Law & Society Review Conference | Feb 28, 2020 | 1-4pm

Please join us for a research conference to celebrate the move of Law & Society Review to Arizona State University Law & Society Review is one of the world’s premier peer-reviewed sociolegal journals, publishing cutting-edge research bearing on the relationship between society and law, legal institutions and legal processes. Broadly…

3/26 – Tolerance Means Dialogue and Apply for $750 Scholarship!

Please join us on March 26th for a great discussion and lunch! Professor Kramer will moderate a Tolerance Means Dialogue on “Religious Liberty & Culture War Over LGBT Rights: Can University Students Make a Difference?” in room 544 from noon to 1:00pm   RSVP Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSekWnru7hoI5ItcEgwNf3y5DCip8wKbFMfi_n4D1HlUkpSmQg/viewform   Also submit an…