Latest News as of 4/2/12

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1) Honors Info Session
2) Living Catalogue RSVP
3) Sign up for Commencement
4) Be a Juror at Boalt
5) BERC Events
6) Law Degree Event
7) Pub Hlth Career Event
8 ) Intl Career Symposium
9) UCD Law Symposium

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1) Honors Info Session

Honors Info Session

Interested in earning honors in Legal Studies?
Attend the Honors Info Session:

When: Wednesday, April 4th, 4:30pm

Where: Library in 2240 Piedmont

Who: Professor Musheno, Jamie Rowen and Lauri will be on hand to answer questions about the Honors program  for Legal Studies (H195A and H195B).

Find the requirements for our two semester Honors program here:
http://legalstudies.berkeley.edu/?page_id=437

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2) Living Catalogue

Living Catalogue

Be sure to RSVP to guarantee a spot at the Living Catalogue dinner!

Living Catalogue is an amazing chance to:
- Talk to professors teaching Legal Studies courses next semester,
- learn about the upcoming classes and get a copy of the syllabus before everyone else,
- meet other Legal Studies students,
- enjoy a FREE, delicious Italian dinner,
- ask questions about your classes before Tele-bears!
Limited spots are available.
The Living Catalogue will be held:
*** Thursday, April 5 ***
*** 6PM *** 
2240 Piedmont Ave (JSP/ Legal Studies building)
Don’t miss BLSA’s biggest event! RSVP to blsalaw@gmail.com .
Guests are welcome (please indicate in your RSVP).
Looking forward to seeing you there,
BLSA

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3) Sign up for Commencement

Sign up for Commencement

(I’m talking about the Legal Studies Commencement Ceremony.
It’s just for you guys…no grad students, no other majors…just you.)

If you want to:

- have your name appear in the program
- walk in the ceremony
- receive two free tickets
- purchase tickets

Sign up now on the Legal Studies website!
Please find the sign-up link in the section titled ‘Commencement’.
http://legalstudies.berkeley.edu/

The DEADLINE to sign up is Friday April 20th.

You will no longer be required to pay by check.
You may now purchase tickets online.
Yay!

Deadline: Friday, April 20th.
Deadline: Friday, April 20th
Deadline: Friday, April 20th

Scan the entire Commencement page.
That way you’ll know what’s going on and won’t need to ask ;-)

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4) Be a Juror at Boalt

Be a Juror at Boalt

Perhaps the best way to understand the legal process is to serve as a juror. We would like to offer the Legal Studies majors the opportunity to serve as jurors in Professors Cynthia McGuinn and Rich Schoenberger’s Advanced Trial Prep jury selection class and final trials at Berkeley Law. The law students will first engage in a jury selection exercise on April 11, 2012 in Room 140 from 6:30-9:00. We will provide pizza! We are looking for 6 jurors this night.

On April 21, the students will conduct a full on jury trial including short jury selection, opening statements, direct and cross examinations and closing arguments. Most of the students have extensive experience in Mock Trial competitions. We are looking for 8-10 jurors to observe the trial and conduct deliberations in a very interesting child endangerment case! Broken bones, felonies, intrigue! What could be more interesting! The trials will be held from approximately 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Boalt Hall’s courtroom classroom.

If interested in attending class on April 11, please reply to Professor Schoenberger at rschoenberger@walkuplawoffice.com by 4/6/12.

If interested in attending the trial on 4/21, please reply to Professor Schoenberger at rschoenberger@walkuplawoffice.com by 4/16/12

Thanks very much.

–Richard H. Schoenberger

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5) BERC Events

BERC Events

this is Jeffrey Wong from BERC (Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative) Undergrad and we are excited to invite you to our two flagship events of the semester.  We are organizing an Environmental Consulting Panel this Thursday, and a Speed Networking Panel happening next Monday.

See below for details on both. Apologies for the somewhat late notice, but please do come check it (them) out!  Also, please forward this email to anyone you know who might be interested and invite your friends on Facebook to the event pages too!
Environmental Consulting Panel:

What: Environmental Consulting Career Panel presented by BEACN and BERC Undergrad
Where: Haas C-220
When: Thursday, April 5th from 7:00pm-8:30pm

Interested in a career in consulting?  Come listen to four professional environmental consultants speak about about their careers and give advice on how to get into the field.  Get your questions answered!  Featured speakers represent a wide diversity of interests, from public health to energy and engineering.  Free local and organic food from the Berkeley Student Food Cooperative will be provided!  This event is ASUC Green Certified and ADA Accessible.  RSVP at our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/261689557251610/.

Speed Networking Panel:

What: Energy and Sustainability Career Speed Networking presented by BERC Undergrad
Where: Bank of America Forum at the Haas School of Business
When: Monday, April 9th from 6:30pm-8:30pm

Come network with professionals a wide variety of industries including renewable energy, electric vehicles, utilities, consulting, and business!  In the first part of the event, eat free food while socializing with students and professionals in an informal setting.  In the second part of the event, students will be organized into small groups and rotated among the professionals.  This will allow students to spend time getting to know each professional and discuss career paths.  This event is ADA Accessible.  RSVP at our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/324380764291724/.

*Note: There will also be time for undergrads to socialize amongst themselves afterwards.  We’ve heard feedback from some BERC Undergrad members, asking for opportunities to talk about classes, interests, and careers in an informal setting.

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6) Law Degree Event

Law Degree Event

Dear Prospective Lawyers,

You are cordially invited to participate in Sigma Alpha Nu’s
“The Law Degree: Where Will It Take My Career?” professional event,  taking place

Thursday, April 5th from 6:30-9:30pm at 156 Dwinelle.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to network and get valuable advice from
top experts in the field.

During the panel you will hear from:

Founder of Flashpoint Law,
Founder and Managing Partner from The Mitzel Group
Immigration and family lawyer from Law Office of Hong Chew
General Counsel and Senior Vice President at OmniVision Technologies Inc

As a reminder, The agenda is as follows:

Thursday | April 05, 2012 | 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Opening Reception: 6:30 pm – 6:40 pm
Law School Workshop:  6:40 pm – 7:00 pm
Legal Panel:  7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Networking Activities: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Post Event Question and Response 9:00 pm –9:30 pm

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7) Pub Hlth Career Event

Pub Hlth Career Event

Do you know what working in the health field is really like? Join fellow undergraduate students and accomplished researchers, clinicians, and other staff members at Bay Area health organizations for Cal UPHC’s largest event of the spring semester, Professionals Dinner. This event takes place at Le Petit Cheval on Bancroft on Thursday, April 12th from 7-8:30 p.m.  Enjoy a fabulous meal while gaining insight about the jobs and career paths available post-Berkeley.  This is a great opportunity to network with public health professionals for anyone interested in jobs, internships, or public health opportunities in the field of public health.  Please see the Evite invitation for more information and to RSVP with your top 3 choices of subfields so that we may seat you with a professional that would most match your interests.  If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Sammie Quon at smquon@berkeley.edu.  We hope to see you there!

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8 ) Intl Career Symposium

Intl Career Symposium

13th Annual Harvey Masonek International Career Symposium
Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 (12pm – 6pm)
International House, UC Berkeley Campus (2nd Floor)

More and more Cal students are interested in working abroad, and becoming marketable
in a global economy requires knowledge of international trends, issues and perspectives.
Therefore, save the date for this special campus event of panels and presentations covering
a wide spectrum of international career-related topics to help you prepare for career success!
Open to students in all majors, alumni, the broader campus community, and the public.

*Program Schedule (Additional Information available on Callisto and online HERE)

12:00 – 12:45pm:   Welcome/Introductory Speaker (Ivor Emmanuel, Ph.D. – Director, Berkeley International Office
& Brooks Robinson, Diplomat in Residence, U.S. Dept. of State)
1:00 – 2:30pm:        International Environmental Careers
1:00 – 2:30pm:        Working for an International NGO/NPO
2:45 – 4:15pm:        Teaching English Abroad
2:45 – 4:15pm:        Global Health/Human Rights
4:30 – 6pm:              International Business
12:00 – 4:30pm:      Resource Table Open

See more detailed information at:
https://career.berkeley.edu/ICareersSymp/ICareersSymp.asp

See you there!

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9) UCD Law Symposium

UCD Law Symposium

Reminder: Please join us for the annual UC Davis School of Law, Environmental Law Symposium

April 13th, 2012 from 9:00am to 4:30pm
Please note change in start time

In 2002, the California Legislature established the Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS) Program to increase California’s reliance on renewable energy resources. The RPS Program requires investor-owned utilities, electric service providers, and community choice aggregators to increase procurement from eligible renewable energy resources until they reach 33% by 2020. The 2012 symposium will explore the obstacles of meeting this goal through solar development.

Featuring an introduction by Senator Joe Simitian and a keynote presentation by Dr. Robert Weisenmiller, Chair of the California Energy Commission

Morning panels will discuss the legislative imperative behind California’s RPS goals and the mechanics of solar development, including current economic and siting challenges. The afternoon panels will specifically focus on the implications of solar development on farmland and sensitive habitat, and the statutory frameworks for permitting and mitigation. The closing panel will dicuss the role of local governments in facilitating solar energy development within California, including counties’ recent efforts to plan for and to permit solar projects while maintaining their communities’ traditional industries and identity.

For more information regarding the schedule, including speakers and moderators, please visit our symposium website at http://students.law.ucdavis.edu/ELS/2012/index.html.

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