Feb 02 Wed
2022

EJF: Spring General Body Meeting

09:30PM

Join EJF for our Spring GBM, where we will preview our spring events and discuss all things public interest!  Stay tuned for Zoom link.

  • Meeting
  • Open To Students
Feb 04 Fri
2022

The American University Law Review Presents: The Impact of Race on Youth [in]Justice

09:15AM - 04:15PM Washington College of Law

Join the American University Law Review for our 2022 Annual Symposium: The Impact of Race on Youth [in]Justice, taking place on February 4, 2022 from 9:15 AM- 4:15 PM Eastern. This exciting two-day event will explore and analyze the nexus of racial justice and youth justice, with an incredible keynote address from Donnell Drinks, Leadership Development and Engagement Coordinator at Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth and panels focusing on effective transformations in the juvenile legal system, juvenile immigration and the backlog of Special Immigrant Juvenile Status applications, and issues in the family regulation and child welfare system. We are thrilled to host preeminent scholars in this space to discuss these issues in topically-specific panel discussions. 

  • Conference
  • Open To The Public
Feb 12 Sat
2022

Moot Court Honor Society's Spring Qualifying Tournament

08:30AM - 04:30PM

  • Moot Court
  • Open To Students
Feb 12 Sat
2022

Moot Court Honor Society Spring Qualifying Tournament

08:30AM - 04:30PM Washington College of Law

The Moot Court Honor Society will be hosting its annual Spring Qualifying Tournament on February 12th from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We welcome all 1Ls, 2Ls, and 3L evening students to try out and learn more about mooting! Registration closes on January 28th.  

  • Moot Court
  • Open To Students
Mar 04 Fri
2022

Conference on the Law School Diversity Professionals Survey

09:00AM - 03:00PM Online via Zoom

A virtual convening of law school leaders focused on furthering their diversity, equity and inclusion goals through the intentional design of DEI positions and support for the professionals who do the work. Guided by the Law School Diversity Professionals Survey findings, participants will share information, gather ideas, and plan for their next steps in DEI work. Registration is free.

  • Conference
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff