Nov 02 Tue
2021

SBA Senate Meeting

10:10PM

SBA Senate meetings occur bi-weekly on Tuesdays throughout the semester. Students are encouraged to attend to learn about the SBA, what's happening throughout WCL, and how to get involved.

Senate meetings during the Fall semester will take place on:
*August 24
*September 7
*September 21
*October 5
*October 19
*November 2
*November 16

Each Senate meeting takes place at 10:10 PM in the Ceremonial Classroom (NT01). You can also attend virtually on Zoom at: https://american.zoom.us/j/91865089663?pwd=dU93bGdhZDE5U00yTXFJMERlZklYdz09

  • Meeting
  • Open To Students
Nov 03 Wed
2021

OAE 1L Lab: Success Loading: Preparing for Success on Final Exams

12:00PM - 01:00PM Zoom

Please join the Office of Academic Excellence for the first workshop in a series of three designed to help prepare 1L students for success on their final exams.  This workshop will serve as a comprehensive review of academic success strategies.

Registration is not required. You may access the Zoom link via our OAE Canvas page. Please email our office with any questions or concerns at oae@wcl.american.edu. 


  • Workshop
  • Open To Students
Nov 03 Wed
2021

Lawyering Peace Program Virtual Information Session

07:00PM - 08:00PM Washington College of Law

Join the Lawyering Peace Program for a virtual information session! Meet the Program Director and learn about the program from current TAs. This session will cover the same information as the in-person session on Tuesday, November 2 at noon in Y402. Registration is required for this meeting: https://american.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkf-mppjkoGNIMt-Qhn9jfTYGRJGfuTQRL.

  • Information Session
  • Open To Students
Nov 04 Thu
2021

Ignored Injustices: The History and Efforts to Combat Anti-Asian Hate

12:00PM - 02:00PM Online via Zoom

 How does historical and present-day Anti-Asian hate continue to be ignored? How did we get here? How do we demand justice, and what would it look like? 

Join ILSA and APALSA for an important conversation about the historical origins of Anti-Asian Hate and how it continues to be realized in present society. Also learn about how you can help combat both the continued hatred and the ignorance of it, in addition to what legal and political frameworks can be used domestically and internationally to address these injustices. 

  • Lecture
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Nov 06 Sat
2021

Garden Workday

12:00PM - 02:00PM Washington College of Law

Starting October 9th until the reading period begins, the WCL Community Garden will host bi-weekly workdays in the garden. These workdays are open to ALL WCL community members. 

Starting: Saturday, October 9th

*Every 2nd and last Saturday of the month

Time: 12-2pm 

Location: WCL Community Garden

*near the faculty parking lot and Dunblane building  

  • Meeting
  • Open To Students