Nov 11 Thu
2021

Disability Law Society: Training on How to Work with Clients and Coworkers with Disabilities

05:00PM - 06:00PM Washington College of Law

On Thursday, November 11th from 5:00 to 6:00 PM, the Disability Law Society will be hosting a Zoom training on working with clients and coworkers with disabilities. The training will be led by both lawyers and advocates with disabilities! During their careers, all law students will work with either clients or coworkers with disabilities and this training will provide students with a chance to learn about best practices for communication and respect. 


The Panelists Include:

Professor Caroline Wick - Practitioner-in-Residence in the Disability Rights Law Clinic

Thomas Mangrum - Disability Rights Leader and Co-Chair of Project ACTION!

Marissa Ditkowsky - Gallogly Family Foundation Fellow at Tzedek DC

Thelma Green - Adult Advocate with a Disability

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  • Training
  • Open To Students
Nov 12 Fri
2021

NFT's Opportunities & Legal Issues

10:00AM - 02:30PM Online via Zoom

A two-panel symposium on the implications of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Intellectual Property law and Securities/Fintech law.

  • Conference
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
  • CLE
Nov 12 Fri
2021

Enhancing Anti-Discrimination Laws in Employment & Education: A Symposium by the Journal of Gender, Social Policy, & the Law and the National Institute for Workers’ Rights

10:00AM - 04:30PM

A Symposium co-hosted by the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law, the National Institute for Worker's Rights, and the American explores how the law can be used to address discrimination and advance diversity and equity in workplaces and educational institutions. 

  • Conference
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Nov 12 Fri
2021

'Looking for' Accountability: Gambia v. Facebook and Requests for Social Media Evidence of Genocidal Intent

02:00PM - 03:00PM Online via Zoom

Please join the Tech, Law & Security program at American University's Washington College of Law for a conversation between internationally recognized experts on the use of technological evidence in atrocity crime investigations, focusing on the recent D.C. District Court decision in Gambia v. Facebook. 

  • Conference
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Nov 13 Sat
2021

William H. Karchmer Regional Competition

09:00AM - 04:00PM Washington College of Law

 The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project at American University Washington College of Law will host local high school competitors on Saturday,  November 13, 2021, for the annual William H. Karchmer Regional Moot Court Competition. The moot court competition teaches high school students, scholars the skill of weaving together arguments about legal principles and the facts of a hypothetical case. Talented Marshall-Brennan Teaching Fellows teach and coach the Scholars.  To learn more about the Project, email Director Camille Thompson at cthompson@wcl.american.edu or mbclp@wcl.american.edu

 

  • Moot Court
  • Open To Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff