Presenting our third spring edition! (3/15/18)

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Spotting the Issue: Confessions of a “Half-Blood” 1L (Pt. 3)

By Tandis Taghavi

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Symposiums recap: artificial intelligence, Indian land rights, net neutrality, and more

Entertainment & Sports Law Society Symposium -- JP Rankin, ESLS Vice President

Law Review & International Law Journal Symposiums -- Sara Gold, Commentary Editor-in-Chief

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Registration opens soon – A look into exciting summer offerings

Trademark Clinic, Experiential Course -- Prof. Hedayati/W 1:30-3:30 p.m. (2)

Food Law, A New Course in Summer 2018 -- Prof. Sax/MW 12:45-2:10 p.m. (3)

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Networking tips for every setting

By Matthew Lab, Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development Office

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Barrister’s Ball – A Dream Come True

By Sara Gold, Editor-in-Chief

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Attend our next Commentary meeting on MARCH 20 at 12:45 p.m. in Room 2B. During this free event, co-hosted by the Student Intellectual Property Law Association, a practicing IP attorney will talk to students about a Public Interest IP Scholarship. We also will be discussing Commentary ideas and ways for students to get involved! Free food will be provided. After the meeting, grab special cuisine from TASTE OF ASIA in the first-floor lobby before 2 p.m., and be sure to pre-order tickets March 15 or March 16.

In this edition of The Commentary:

NEW Harry Potter column – The Prisoner of Azkaban (aka oral arguments)

Weinstein named Professor of the Year, and more Barrister’s Ball coverage (plus photos!)

Symposiusms recap: Artificial intelligence, Indian land, net neutrality, and more

Registration opens soon: A look into Trademark Clinic and Food Law

Networking tips for every setting, from the Career Office

Our final spring edition will come out in mid-April, so please submit your content and ideas to commentary@law.cwsl.edu!

 

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