Public Prosecutions Service Internship | Fenessa Williams-Apostolakos

Public Prosecutions Service Internship: Under the supervision of a Senior Crown Attorney, interns are involved in all aspects of the work of a Crown Attorney. In addition to completing file reviews, they attend court, meet clients, and participate in trial preparation. WHEN: End of May to August HOW MUCH: $3,000 MORE INFORMATION: Speak with Elaine…

Laura Kalman, “LBJ, Nixon, and the Making of the Contemporary Supreme Court”

“The Long Reach of the Sixties: LBJ, Nixon, and the Making of the Contemporary Supreme Court” Laura Kalman focuses on the period between 1965 and 1971, when Presidents Johnson and Nixon launched the most ambitious effort to control the Court since Franklin Roosevelt tried to pack it with additional justices. She roots their efforts to…

Caveat Emptor By Kahane Law Office

What does caveat emptor mean? This Alberta lawyer explains what it is and why you should know about it, especially when it comes to real estate. www.Kahanelaw.com The Kahane Law Legal Minute is brought to you by Jeff Kahane of Kahane Law in Calgary, Canada. http://www.KahaneLaw.com/ (403) 225-8810 Kahane Law Legal Minute – Personal Property…

2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights – Panel 4

Panel 4: Armenia: Genocide, Denial, Accountability The final conference session featured keynote speaker Geoffrey Robertson, Q.C., Founder and Joint Head of Doughty Street Chambers, with discussant Aslı Bâli, Professor of Law; Director, UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies, UCLA. UCLA School of Law, International and Comparative Law Program – http://law.ucla.edu/iclp

2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights – Panel 3

Panel 3: Accountability for Genocide and Other Mass Atrocities This panel examined some of the challenges of ensuring accountability for the perpetrators of genocide and other mass atrocities. UCLA School of Law, International and Comparative Law Program – http://law.ucla.edu/iclp

2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights – Panel 2

Panel 2: Health and Human Rights in Conflict and Humanitarian Settings This panel identified some of the most pressing challenges at the intersection of health and human rights manifest in myriad ways, particularly during conflict and in humanitarian settings, and addressed ways to confront them in often unstable environments. UCLA School of Law, International and…

2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights – Panel 1

Panel 1: National Security and Civil Liberties This panel explored some of the ways in which citizens of a variety of countries have been impacted by state surveillance, monitoring, and cyber-attacks that have shifted the boundaries between privacy and security in ways that may be inimical to human rights. UCLA School of Law, International and…

2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights – Full Conference

The 2017 Contemporary Challenges in Human Rights Conference focused on three critical areas of human rights challenges: National Security and Civil Liberties; Ensuring the Protection of Health as a Human Right during Conflict and Humanitarian Settings; and Accountability for Genocide and Other Mass Atrocities. UCLA School of Law, International and Comparative Law Program – http://law.ucla.edu/iclp

UCLA Law Women LEAD Summit: Conversation with the Chief Justice

California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye discusses her career and the administration of the courts in California and offers her guidance for young women lawyers, in conversation with UCLA School of Law Dean Jennifer L. Mnookin at the inaugural UCLA Law Women LEAD Summit on Feb. 3, 2017. http://law.ucla.edu/leadsummit