Date: Thursday, November 21
Time: 6:00 to 7:30 pm
Location: JG 105
Join the Society for Chinese Law for an evening of food and drinks with an impressive panel of professionals from major law firms. Panelists will discuss their professional background, career development, and any advice they have for students. There will also be an Q&A session for the audience in the end. This event is perfect for anyone interested in working in China this summer or after law school.
- Christian Gloger, Shearman & Sterling, http://www.shearman.com/cgloger/
- Abby Gordon, Lateral Link, http://www.laterallink.com/about/team/113
- John Han, Kobre & Kim, http://www.kobrekim.com/our-team/lawyers/johnhan/
- Shiukay Hung, Morrison & Forester, http://www.mofo.com/Shiukay-Hung/
- Hai’ou Qin, Alston & Bird, http://www.alston.com/professionals/haiou-qin/
- Geoffrey Sant, Dorsey & Whitney, http://www.dorsey.com/Sant_Geoffrey/
Date: Monday, November 18th
Time: 7-9 pm
Location: JG Annex
Join Society for Chinese Law for an evening of food, drink, and mingling with an incredibly impressive panel of China-focused public interest professionals. Panelists will discuss their current careers, the paths they took, and any advice they have for students. There will also be a more informal opportunity for students to engage with practitioners one-on-one or in small groups. This event is perfect for anyone interested in finding a China-related summer internship or job, or for those who would simply like to learn more about public interest work in and related to China.
Panelists include: Thomas Kellogg (Open Society Institute; Adjunct Professor of Law at CLS and Fordham), Yi-jen Chang (NYLAG; former Haas Fellow), Elisabeth Wickeri (Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers; Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham), Zhang Wenjuan (LLM candidate; Zhicheng Public Interest Lawyers), and Cheng Qian (PILnet Fellow; Wuhan University Public Interest and Development Law Institute).
China Public Interest Summer Internship and Fellowship Opportunities
Date: Wednesday, October 23
Location: JG 107
Interested in doing public interest work in China over the summer or sometime in the future? This event will acquaint students with resources available through CLS to do so. Professor Benjamin Liebman, head of the Center for Chinese Legal Studies, will be on hand to field questions, along with a panel of current students who will share their experiences doing public interest work in the greater China region. Both summer internship and fellowship opportunities, such as HRIP and the Oldham Fellowship, will be discussed.Please contact Ali Borochoff-Porte, email@example.com
with any questions. Non-pizza lunch will be served.
Time: Tuesday, September 24: noon – 1 pm
Location: JG 940
SCL will hold its first general meeting this Tuesday in JG 940. All students (JDs and LLMs) interested in becoming involved in SCL are highly encouraged to attend.
This will be an informal lunch meeting providing information to incoming students about SCL, our events, and how to get involved by applying to be 1L and LLM reps. We look forward to meeting you all!
Lunch and Mooncakes will be served. Happy mid-autumn!