- Information Session
- Open To Students
What are human rights?
How do I become part of the human rights community at WCL?
The Center's Student Advisory Board is organizing the fifth annual Human Rights 101 -- an intensive "crash course" in human rights including an introductory lecture featuring Professor Macarena Saez and the opportunity to learn more about human rights opportunities at WCL from current Student Advisory Board members.
Lunch will be served.
- Open To The Public, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Monday, September 17
NT07, Warren Building
Do the histories of alternative constitutions shed light on our current social and political climate? Are we a nation divided? What is the role of our Constitution? Join the American Constitution Society for a Constitution Day discussion with Professor Tsai about his book, "America's Forgotten Constitutions." Book signing to follow.
RSVP ENCOURAGED BUT NOT REQUIRED. TO REQUEST ACCOMMODATIONS OR RSVP, CONTACT ACS@WCL.AMERICAN.EDU.
- Open To The Public
Join the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property and the Women and the Law Program for this event, which will showcase some of the amazing career paths that women interested in intellectual property and tech law can pursue. Our confirmed panelists include:
· Sarah Harris, General Counsel, USPTO
· Kimberly Nguyen, Associate (IP & Tech Transactions, Cybersecurity), Cooley, LLP *
· Camille Stewart, Manager (Cybersecurity & Privacy), Deloitte and Security Fellow, Truman National Security Project *
· Suzanne Michel, Senior Patent Counsel, Google
· Jessica Flores, Associate (IP – Patents, Nuclear and Electrical Power Plant Technologies), Foley & Lardner, LLP *
This panel will be moderated by Brighton Springer, Attorney (Office of the General Counsel at the Department of Energy in the Tech Transfer and Intellectual Property section) *
* = WCL Alumna
This event is open to WCL students, alum, faculty and staff only.
Lunch will be provided but you must RSVP!
Date: Monday, Sept. 17th
Time: 12 – 1 PM
Room: NT01 Ceremonial Classroom (Warren building, first floor)
- Open To Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
- Open To Students