Feb 01 Thu
2018

Community & Economic Development Law Clinic Information Session

02:00PM - 03:00PM Yuma Building - Y236

This information session is for students interested in applying to the Community and Economic Development Law Clinic for 2018-2019. All students applying to clinic must attend at least one small group session for one of our 11 live-client clinical offerings.

The Clinic application deadline is Friday, February 16th, at 5:00 p.m. EST. 

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students AND Faculty/Staff
Feb 02 Fri
2018

Everything You Need to Know About Contract Lawyering (2018 3L/4L Job Search Series)

12:00PM - 01:00PM Capital Building - C217

 Listen to a panel of representatives from local and national agencies that have strong records of hiring WCL graduates as they discuss the pros & cons, ins and outs of work in the legal contract industry.


Pizza will be provided to those who register via CareerLink: http://bit.ly/2s4MD9b

  • Information Session
  • Open To Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Feb 02 Fri
2018

Small Group Session: Tax Clinic

02:00PM - 03:00PM Yuma Building - Y250

This information session is for J.D. candidates interested in applying to the Janet R. Spragens Federal Tax Clinic for 2018-2019. All students applying to Clinic must attend at least one small group information session for one of our 11 live-client clinical offerings.
The Clinic application deadline is Friday, February 16th, at 5:00 p.m. EST. 

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students AND Faculty/Staff
Feb 05 Mon
2018

Mindfulness Mondays

03:00PM - 04:00PM N100B Wellness Space

Join instructor Aurora Hutchinson for a mindfulness session in N100B Wellness Space (first floor of the library, to the left).

  • Workshop
  • Open To Students AND Faculty/Staff
Feb 05 Mon
2018

Paradigm Lost: US Trade Policy as an Instrument of Foreign Policy

05:30PM - 07:00PM Warren Building - NT01

Ambassador Wolff serves as Deputy Director-General of the 164 member World Trade Organization (WTO).  For the six years prior to his appointment in 2017, he served as the Chairman of the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC), one of the principal U.S. organizations supporting international trade.  Ambassador Wolff served as United States Deputy Special Representative for Trade Negotiations in the Carter Administration and was General Counsel of the Office in the Ford Administration. He was acting Head of the U.S. Delegation for the Tokyo Round of multilateral trade negotiations, and a principal draftsman of the basic U.S. law creating a mandate for international trade negotiations. As Deputy USTR he was a founder of the OECD Steel Committee and its first chairman. He has served as a senior trade negotiator in, and advisor to, both Republican and Democratic U.S. administrations.  After government service, he was a leading international trade lawyer dealing with international negotiations and litigation. Prior to his service at USTR, he served in the U.S. Treasury as staff attorney for the National Advisory Committee on International Monetary and Financial Policy, participating in the work of the OECD Development Assistance Committee, reviewing lending policies in the IMF and the World Bank, and participating in the drafting of the Articles of Agreement of the African Development Fund. He was director of the Treasury’s Office of Multilateral Trade Negotiations.  He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE), is a lifetime National Associate of the National Academies, having served several terms on the Science, Technology and Economic Policy Board of the Academies and chairing its Committee on Comparative Innovation Policies. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the E15 Initiative’s Experts Group (Innovation).   He has lectured and written extensively on trade topics including the need for a strong, open rules-based multilateral trading system. He holds a J.D. degree from Columbia University and an A.B. degree from Harvard College.

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