Barrister Breaks

About once a month during the academic year, members of the Charleston School of Law community can be found in the Barrister Lounge enjoying coffee and conversation on a wide range of topics. Our faculty and staff lead a conversation to engage with students and explore timely legal topics, career paths, research interests, and law school programs. Our informal setting in the Barrister Lounge, free coffee, and casual interaction between faculty and students lead to fascinating conversations and opportunities to get to know each other outside a formal classroom.

Keep an eye out for the yellow and orange flyers announcing our next Barrister Break!

 

2018

September, Professor Allyson Haynes Stuart, “Privacy and Internet Law”

October, Professor Nancy Zisk, “What is (and is Not) Harassment?”

November, Attorney Scott Bischoff, “Starting Your Own Firm … Almost Everything You Need to Know!”

2019

September, Dean Dyann Margolis, “The Bar Exam: Plan to Pass!”

January, Professor Jean Steadman, “Where In the World Can Law Take You?”

February, Director Elizabeth Hamilton, “Questions about CSOL Externships?”

March, Professor Andy Abrams, “‘Batter Up!’ Dean Abrams on Deck!”

2020

February, Professor Nancy Zisk, “40 Years After Bakke: Race, Data, and Professional School Admissions”

April, Professor Constance Anastopoulo, “Public Service after Law School: My Experiences” (virtual)

November, Professor Dylan Malagrino, “May They Play: High School Transgender Athletes, Hormones Therapy, & Puberty Blockers” (virtual)

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