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All dayCHLSA's Bar Review Course Silent Auction

CHLSA is auctioning off a Kaplan Bar Review Course provided by the Hispanic Bar Association of Austin Charitable Foundation

Starting bid is only $500 for a $3,445 value! Bidding is open to all Texas Law students.

Bid now by emailing

Bids close at 2pm on Tuesday Sept. 30th

Check the atrium to see the current high bid!

Auction Proceeds benefit the HBAA Charitable Foundation.

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8:00amTLF Faculty Breakfast
(This event’s full information is restricted to UT Law faculty and staff only.) For more information visit
11:30am1:30pmTBLS Associate Luncheon
TNH 2.111 (Sheffield Room)

The Texas Business Law Society will host a lunch for members and associates from supporting firms to allow for informal discussion about the day-to-day realities of a transactional law practice.

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11:30am12:30pmJohn Robertson's Student Lunches
JON 5.257

6 box lunches: 4 turkey, 1 ham, 1 veggie, 5 waters

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11:45am1:00pmUnaccompanied Minors: A Panel Discussion on the Humanitarian Crisis at Our Border
TNH 3.142 (Walker Classroom)

Join ACS for a lunchtime panel discussing the humanitarian crisis occurring at our nation's border. Panelists include: Ed Gallagher, Deputy Criminal Chief for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Texas; Jonathan Ryan, Executive Director of Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES); and Alfonso Gonzales, Assistant Professor at the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Our panel, moderated by Texas Law professor and director of the Immigration Clinic, Barbara Hines, will share insights about the origins of this crisis and where we go from here.

Join us for lunch--TacoDeli will be served!

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12:00pm1:00pm1L Skills Session: Legal Analysis
TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)

What do professors mean when they say that your analysis is the most important part of any answer you might give? Logically applying rules to various sets of facts is a fundamental skill necessary for successful exam taking and legal practice. You have only really learned “the law” when you can apply it. Come find out how.

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