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    Spring TCDA and In-house/law firm externship opportunities are posted in REVS.
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New events added daily -- check back often

October 2019

Oct. 1 - July 2020 bar exam: Texas vs. UBE, 12-1 pm, Lecture Hall
Oct. 2 - U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Oral Arguments, 10 am - 12 pm; Q&A, 12:15 pm; Reception 1 pm; Lecture Hall; Registration required
Oct. 2
- Latinos in Law Panel, 12 pm, 2​04
Oct. 2
 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
Oct. 31Ls: Resumes & Cover Letter Drafting Workshop, 12-1 pm, Lecture Hall
Oct. 3Lawtinas Reception: Culture, Community, Careers, ​6 - ​8 pm, Conference Center
Oct. 7 - Mental Health Week: Fruit Smoothies, 12-1:30 pm, 2nd floor lobby
Oct. 7 - Mental Health Week:  HIIT Class, 5-6 pm, Conference Center
Oct. 8 - Mental Health Week: Chair Massages, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Oct. 8 - A Conversation with Amanda Knox and Anna Vasquez, Noon, Lecture Hall, RSVP required
Oct. 8 - Title IX Training for Staff & Student Leaders, 10 am, Conference Center
Oct. 8Women in IP, Noon, Conference Center
Oct. 9 - Mental Health Week: Therapy Dogs, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, Conference Center
Oct. 9 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
Oct. 9 - Mental Health Week: Yoga with Pam, 5:15-6 pm, 104
Oct. 10 - Supreme Court of Texas Oral Arguments, seated by 8:45 am, Lecture Hall & overflow rooms, RSVP required (1Ls don't need to RSVP, all others need to RSVP)
Oct. 10 - Mental Health Week: Snacks, Student Affairs
Oct. 10 - Latinx Law Student Association Student & Faculty Mixer, 5-7 pm, World of Beer
Oct. 21 - "Pharma" Symposium Pre-Lecture, 12-1 pm, 201
Oct. 21 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
Oct. ​21 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206
Oct. 231L Mandatory Meeting - Summer Job Search, 12-1 pm, Lecture Hall
Oct. 23Federalist Society: The Honorable Patrick Wyrick, 12 pm, 202
Oct. 23 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
Oct. 24 - Student Leader Meeting, 12-1 pm, Conference Center
Oct. 24US Attorney for the Northern District of TX, Erin Nealy Cox, 12-1 pm, Lecture Hall
Oct. 24 - Roadways to the Federal Bench, 3:00 pm, Belo Mansion (Dallas), must pre-register 
Oct. 25
- Journal of Property Law/CLIP symposium: Pharmaceutical Innovation, Patent Protection and Regulatory Exclusivities
Oct. 26 - Annual TABA (Texas Aggie Bar Association) Tailgate
Oct. 27Spouse & Significant Other Dinner Panel, 2-4:30 pm, Conference Center
​Oct. 28 - Blood Drive, 11 am - 5 pm, Conference Center
Oct. 28 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
Oct. ​28 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206
Oct. 30 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
Oct. 31 - LLSA Dia ​de ​los Muertos Fundraiser, 8:30 am - 12 pm, 2nd floor elevators
Oct. 31 - EENRSLP Speaker Series: Brazos Basin Battles, Noon, Conference Center
Oct. 31 - Immigration Law Initiative: Why Should You Study Immigration Law?, Noon, 107

November 2019

Nov. 1-2 - TUMCA
Nov. 4 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
Nov. 4 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206
Nov. 4 1L Mandatory Meeting - Interviewing for Success, 12-1 pm, Lecture Hall
Nov. 6 Federalist Society Event, Noon, 204
Nov. 6 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
Nov. 7 - Heroes Wills Clinic, 2-7 pm, Courtrooms
Nov. 8-9 - ABA Negotiation Competition
Nov. 8
- Law School Aggie Ring Ceremony, 5:30 pm, Lecture Hall
​Nov. ​11 - Dean's Town Hall, Noon, Lecture Hall
​Nov. 11 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
​Nov. 11 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206
​Nov. 13 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
​Nov. 18 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
​Nov. 18 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206
​Nov. 20 - TAMU Law Speakers Bureau, 12-1:15 pm, 212
​Nov. 25 - CLS Meeting, Noon, 106
​Nov. ​25 - St. Thomas More Society Weekly Rosary, Noon, 206

December 2019

Dec. 7 - Voting Rights Conference, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Lecture Hall and Conference Center

Spring 2020

Jan. 16 1L Mandatory Meeting, Noon, Lecture Hall
Jan. ​301L Mandatory Meeting, Noon, Lecture Hall
Feb. 131L Mandatory Meeting, Noon, Lecture Hall
Feb. 2​7-29 - Energy Law Symposium 
March 51L Mandatory Meeting, Noon, Lecture Hall
May 1 - Graduation

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