Latest News as of 4/23/21

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1) Honors Conference TODAY
2) UCEAP Ddln
3) LIL & LATINO/A/X Law Panel

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1) Honors Conference  TODAY

Honors Conference  TODAY

 

Please attend the Legal Studies Honors Research Conference and be inspired!

The Fa20/Sp21 Honors Cohort has worked on their specialized topics for a year and will present their findings this Friday. Your favorite GSIs will also be there to moderate each panel.

Dean Chemerinsky will also be there to give introductory remarks!

Come for one panel, stay for all.

Friday April 23rd beginning at 10am.
Here are the full details on our website.
Event link:  https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/95920291554

If you are interested in applying for Honors, look here for details.

And if you missed the Honors Info Session, check out my last listserve e-mail for the recording in the blue ‘Announcements’ box on many pages of our website.

And here are the researchers with their thesis titles:

Rotem Litinski
Deconstructing Rhetorical Constructions of Race: Corporate Management and the Organizational Logic of Appropriateness

Clara Bishop
In Too Deep: How Deepfakes Challenge Our News, Our Elections, and Our Constitution

Nicholas Ku
Big Tech’s Rhetoric Against Congressional Anticompetitive Accusations

Abraham Sanchez
Who Can Police the Police? (Can insurers be effective regulators of the police regarding police use-of-force misconduct)

Ali Alderman
Physician-Assisted Suicide: Perspectives of California Medical Professionals

Maria Miller Hutton
Bodily Integrity and Informed Consent in Obstetrics and Gynecology: How do patients conceptualize treatment of their rights during routine care?

Fannie Osran
California Sexually Violent Predator Law in Action: Socio-Legal Factors Impacting the SVP Release Process

Evelyn Chuang Lawrence
Being Mixed: How People of Two or More Races Experience and Deal With Discrimination

Angela Jimenez Pinto
Sanctuary Consciousness: A Comparative Study on The Perspectives of Undocumented and Dacamented Latinx Living in California

Lesly Avendaño
A Case Study on Oaxaqueñx Identities: A Study on its Political and Legal Importance

Nina Perez-Morales
Transforming Society and Centering Community: Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex from the Perspective of Movement Activists and Organizers

Paris Gockley
Understanding the Public’s Perception of Forensic Evidence

Nayzak Wali-Ali
The Double Burden: The Histories and Narratives of Black Women Organizers at UC Berkeley

Juweria Mehtar
Beyond ‘An Asian Who Loves Math’: The Political Consciousness of College- Age South Asian Americans

Tiffany Okeani
The Intricacies of the Black Student Experience: A Discussion about the Influence of Ethnicity on Viewpoints of Affirmative Action and Belonging

Bravo!

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2) UCEAP Ddln

UCEAP Ddln

 

The deadline for select Sp22 options within the UC Education Abroad Program is April 27.

Tuesday’s deadline includes programs across the globe. The full list of locations and deadlines can be found on our site.

Not sure which program is right for you? Visit our virtual advising office!

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3) LIL & LATINO/A/X Law Panel

LIL & LATINO/A/X Law Panel

 

LATINOS IN LAW (LIL)  & UC BERKELEY LATINO/A/X
LAW SCHOOL STUDENT PANEL

Emmanuel A. Berrelleza Harvard
Cesilia Fernandez Golden Gate University
Ezekiel Gorrocino UC Hastings

Join us in our first ever event and learn about the different experiences of law school as a Latino/a/x.

April • 27th • 2021
Meeting ID:944 0982 4495
PASSCODE: 245169
Zoom starting time 7:10 – 8:30
Q&A: 8:00 – 8:30

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