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Tuesday, October 19
1:00 Zotero: Organize Research & Make Citations FAST!!!
4:00 JD/MA in Preservation Studies Info Session
Wednesday, October 20
4:30 Elizabeth Battelle Clark Legal History Series: Jill Hasday, "Recasting the Canon of Family Law"
6:00 Institute for Philosophy & Religion Lecture Series: David D. Hall, “Charitable Hatred? The Civil State and Liberty of Conscience in Early America”
Thursday, October 21
9:00 Dodging the Tax Bullet
12:30 Faculty Workshop: Jay Wexler
1:00 Pro Bono Expo
1:00 Research Smart! Sources and Tips for Researching Your Note or Seminar Paper
3:30 "Waiting For Superman" Viewing - Coordinated by the Education Law Association
4:00 The DOMA Decisions: the National Gay Marriage Debate and the Road Ahead
Friday, October 22
8:30 American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics Fourth Annual Student Health Law Conference
2:00 The Power of Nations: The Millennium Goals Today
5:00 Boston University Ethics Reading Group
6:00 Beantown Shootout to benefit the Public Interest Project
Monday, October 25
12:00 Workshop Series on Financial Reform: Asset Bubbles and Risk Control
1:00 Presentation by the United States Attorney’s Office District of Massachusetts
5:00 Pro Bono Fair for Attorneys and Law Students
7:00 BU Event featuring Elie Wiesel, In the Bible: A Judge Named Deborah
Wednesday, October 27
8:00 Morin Center/ABA Banking Law Basics
9:00 African Americans & US Foreign Policy Conference
11:45 Approaching a Legal Resume
12:00 JD/Master's in Public Health Info Session
4:30 Elizabeth Battelle Clark Legal History Series: Michele Landis Dauber, "The Bomb-Proof Power"
5:00 Institute for Philosophy & Religion Lecture Series: Noah Feldman, “Madison's Politics of Religion Revisited”
6:00 Diversity in Law Association General Meeting
7:00 A Conversation on Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy with Andrew Bacevich and Stephen Prothero
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