Nov 27 Sat

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
Nov 30 Tue

Law in Tech 1L Diversity Information Session

12:00PM - 01:00PM

The Law in Tech Diversity Collaborative is made up of leading tech companies and top-tier law firms teaming up to provide an enriching summer experience for a diverse group of 1L law students. Participants will gain rare in-house tech company experience, training at a high profile law firm, and expanded networks of professional contacts across the Collaborative. Find out more at the info session on Tuesday, November 30!

We'll be covering an overview of the program and there'll be plenty of time for Q&A with representative companies. Make sure to also check out 

Register on CareerLink. Zoom link will be provided the week of the event.

  • Information Session
  • Open To The Public, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Nov 30 Tue

Native American Culture & Environmental Justice: A Conversation with Nick Estes

12:00PM - 01:30PM Washington College of Law

In celebration and honor of Native American Heritage month, WCL's Native American Law Students Association and Environmental Law Society are hosting a rich conversation about Native American Culture and Environmental Justice with Nick Estes. 

Nick Estes is a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, an assistant professor of American studies, host of the Red Nation podcast, and an incredible journalist that reports on environmental issues from the perspective of Native American communities. Additionally, from 2017-2018, Mr. Estes was the American Democracy Fellow at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University. In 2019, Mr. Estes published his book, "Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance." Mr. Estes's research engages colonialism and global Indigenous histories, with a focus on decolonization, environmental justice, anti-capitalism, and the Oceti Sakowin.

  • Lecture
  • Open To The Public
Nov 30 Tue

TLS Webinar Series - Combating Ransomware: A Matter of National Security

03:00PM - 04:00PM Online via Zoom

 Ransomware attacks are on the rise, putting businesses, critical infrastructure, individuals, and the Nation at increasing risk.  This webinar series will consider different facets of the ransomware problem—from attacks and responses in the private sector, to the role of crypto currencies, to the national security implications—and potential approaches to combating it.

This third webinar will consider the broader national security aspects of the ransomware problem and the legal and policy implications of possible government response options.

  • Lecture
  • Open To The Public, Alumni, Students AND Faculty/Staff
Jan 12 Wed

Networking For Success with Mayer Brown

12:00PM - 01:15PM

Are you unsure about how to network? Does the thought of networking make your nervous? Do you want to improve the networking skills you already have? If your answer is “Yes” to any of those questions, then make sure you attend OCPD’s Networking for Success session with Bryan Nese, a partner at Mayer Brown LLP, on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at Noon.  Bryan Nese will give you excellent tips on how to build and maintain your network and avoid common networking mistakes. 

Register on CareerLink to attend and see the zoom information- you won’t want to miss it!

This event has been changed to a virtual event.

  • Workshop
  • Open To The Public, Students AND Faculty/Staff