The Student Bar Association holds bi-weekly meetings to conduct business, share ideas and discuss issues of importance to the student body. All members of the SLU LAW community are welcome to attend and participate. Lunch will be provided.
Nadine Strossen, former director of the ACLU, discusses her new book HATE: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship. Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt will give commentary. Sponsored by the Federalist Society; food will be provided.
Please join the Center for International & Comparative Law and the Wefel Center for Employment Law for a presentation by Prof. Miriam Cherry.
Platform work spans multiple jurisdictions, and these jurisdictions are headed toward divergent regulatory approaches. This talk will cover platform-related choice of law and conflicts of law issues in California and the EU.
As crowdwork becomes increasingly separate from national boundaries, this talk will contemplate how to address the regulatory challenges presented.
Kick off the new school year with a treat from The Cup sponsored by the Office of Development & Alumni Relations. Cupcakes will be available in Suite 1050 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, September 12.
Welcome to the Sports and Entertainment Law Association! This is a great opportunity for our members to get to know one another and to get involved in how our organization runs. A non-pizza lunch will be provided.