In collaboration with HALLSA, AALSA, BLSA, OUTLaws and PAD, the First Chair Society is hosting a panel of first-generation attorneys to speak on some of the challenges they faced in law school and how they overcame them, and to offer some advice to current students. Food will be provided.
Come to discuss SLU OUTLaws' upcoming events, LGBTQ+ pop culture, and what you want to see from OUTLaws this year. Raising Cane's will be served.
We will be discussing the big plans ELS/SALDF has for the year, including hiking trips, lobbying events and animal visits. We also will be discussing elections and looking for 1L students interested in leadership positions. Food will be provided.
Join the Federalist Society for an exciting opportunity to hear from Ilya Shapiro, a senior fellow from the Cato Institute, as he breaks down the dynamic of the Supreme Court looking back at Justice Kennedy's term, and forward to what's to come for nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Food will be provided.
Professor Ann Scarlett and Professor Joel Goldstein discuss the biggest cases from last Supreme Court term and tell us what to expect this coming term. Hosted by the Federalist Society. Non-pizza lunch will be provided.
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence will host a general meeting for the month of September. Events for the year will be discussed.
Join the Hispanic and Latinx Law Students Association (HALLSA) for its first general body meeting of the year. Food will be provided.
Join Phi Alpha Delta and the Health Law Association for a blood drive on Oct. 3.
Join the Student Intellectual Property Law Association (SIPLA) for the first general meeting of the year. Raising Canes will be served.
Prof. Joel Goldstein will talk about the process of the Kavanaugh nomination. Sponsored by the American Constitution Society. Lunch will be served.