Black History Roundtable: Prof. Montré Carodine

Black History Roundtable: Prof. Montré Carodine

Alabama Defense Lawyers Association

Join the CSO for an info session as we host ADLA and learn more about the organization and it’s benefits for law students.

The organization’s main goals are to enable an exchange of information and ideas among members, elevate the skills of civil defense lawyers and collaborate with similar associations in other legal areas. At all times ADLA seeks to promote a high standard of ethics and professionalism while working to improve the administration of justice.

ADLA is constantly working to make learning and growing in the legal field easier. That’s why the group assists young law students by providing optimal training environments, supporting diversity scholarships, and offering lunch and learn programs at multiple law schools.

Butler Snow Speed Networking Event

Butler Snow has graciously agreed to do a speed networking event for BLSA members. Practicing Attorneys will interview students and critique interviews and resumes. If you have not submitted your resume yet, please do so by emailing it to blsa.ua@gmail.com.  Room 140

Private Placements: Raising Capital from Investors, Part 1

This program will provide you with a practical guide to planning private placements, drafting the operative agreements, and understanding the regulatory framework governing them.

Law and Economics Hosts Professor Anup Agrawal – Does Litigation Risk Deter Insider Trading?

The Law and Economics Society is excited to have Professor Anup Agrawal present his findings on the effect that increased risk of litigation has had on insider trading. Professor Agrawal’s research shows that increases in law intended to prevent insider trading has ironically made insider trading more widespread. Room 172

National Lawyers Guild Meeting

Lunch meeting for the student chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. We will be joined by Jilisa Milton, Alabama alum and former recipient of the Guild’s Haywood Burns Fellowship. During her time as a Haywood Burns fellow, Milton worked for the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, AL. She is currently serving as an Equal Justice Works fellow with the Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program.  A112ab

Volunteer training

Member of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice will be doing a training with the West AL Women’s Clinic Defenders to prepare for volunteering.  RM 275

Federalist Society: Vegan Burgers, Milk, and the First Amendment: Who Gets to Decide the Meanings of Words?

The Federalist Society will host Justin Pearson, Managing Attorney of the Institute for Justice’s Florida office. He will discuss the First Amendment implications of federal labeling regulations.  A112ab

Laws of Science Speaker Event – Ellis Brazeal

Attorney Ellis Brazeal will provide an introduction to various aspects of space law.  RM 140

National Lawyers Guild Movie Night

The student chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will be watching the documentary “In the Executioner’s Shadow.” This documentary casts a penetrating look at the consequences of the death penalty, challenging viewers to question their deepest beliefs about justice through conversations with victims’ families, the wrongfully convicted, and those who actually administer the execution.     Room 172