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  • 18th Annual Hispanic Law Conference, April 2

    AUWCL will host the 18th Annual Hispanic Law Conference April 2. This year's conference titled, "Nuestra Voz: Addressing Key Issues for the Hispanic Community," will focus on issues of concern to the Hispanic community, including immigration reform and access to justice, featuring a keynote address from Don Francisco, host of "Sabado Gigante." MORE

  • Chile/Argentina Summer Law Program Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    Ambassadors of Chile to the U.S., Juan Gabrial Valdés and Juan Pablo Lira, hosted a reception to honor the Chile/Argentina Summer Law Program. The program has run for 25 years, making it the oldest summer program in South America established by a U.S. law school. Established in 1990 by Dean Claudio Grossman when democracy was restored in Chile, the program has welcomed over 500 participants and led to academic relationships between AUWCL and Chilean universities and faculty exchanges. Learn about the program and other abroad initiatives. MORE

  • Symposium to Discuss Criminalization of LGBTQ Youth

    Join the Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law April 1 for their annual symposium, "The Criminalization of LGBTQ Youth: A Call to Action." Legal scholars, practitioners, and students will discuss the disproportionate representation of LGBTQ youth who come into contact with the justice system. MORE

  • Debate on Legal Protection of Financial Investments in Brazil

    A First Symposium on Legal Protection of Financial Investments in Brazil is being held March 31 - April 1 at AUWCL, sponsored by the Instituto Justiça & Cidadania, in partnership with the Bank of Brazil. The event will feature a key note speech by Minister Luis Inâcio Lucena Adams, attorney general of Brazil. MORE

  • Symposium to Cover Latest Challenges to Health Care Law

    On April 2 at 11:00 a.m., the Health Law and Justice Society, and the Program on Law and Government will present a symposium assessing the legal issues surrounding the King v. Burwell U.S. Supreme Court case. Panelists will discuss the practical implications of the ruling and the possible impact upon additional provisions of the ACA. MORE

  • Program on the Fourth Amendment in the Digital Age

    Join scholars, policy experts, and practitioners April 3 for a discussion of how digital searches, government surveillance programs, and new technologies impact Fourth Amendment protections in criminal cases. Presented by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Criminal Law Practitioner. MORE

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