“I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” -Albert Einstein
We are a law school without walls.
Every week throughout the year, we facilitate free expression and foster a culture where our students learn not only in the classroom but also through honest engagement and respectful discourse and dialogue.
What do photography, mindfulness, criminal justice, and the Constitution have in common? Answer-our extraordinary September calendar of events! I want to highlight some upcoming major C|M|Law Events that you don’t want to miss!
- September 4, 5:30pm - Tonight over 130 alumni mentors will gather with their first-year mentees for a reception. This is the first time in our history when every first year student will be matched with an alumni mentor.
- September 6, 5:30pm - We will host Celebrating Cities: a Photo Exhibition by Celebrated Photographers Jennie Jones and Judy Rawson. There will be an opening reception celebrating the exhibit this Thursday, 5:30 p.m. in the Rawson Learning Commons.
- September 7, 8-10am - Dr. Jannell MacAuley: Capturing a High Performance Mindset. Dr. MacAulay spent 20 years in the U.S. Air Force where she commanded the 40-member joint 305th Operations Support Squadron, and served as Director of Human Performance and Leadership for the 58th Special Operations Wing.
- September 11, 5pm - C|M|LAW Professor David Forte: Constitution Day Lecture
- September 15, 1pm - C|M|LAW Entertainment and Sports Law Association Golf Outing
- September 20, 5pm - Criminal Justice Forum: Yale Law Professor and Pulitzer Prize Author James Forman Jr.
Below are some links to our remarkable array of dialogues, forums, seminars, symposia, conferences, and resources.
We are working to foster a supportive, respectful, responsive environment in which there can be vigorous debate about the issues that shape our future.
Have a great week.
Have a great week.
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