Join Yale Law NSG for dinner with Professor Sue Biniaz, Deputy Special Envoy for Climate Change at the U.S. Department of State and one of the negotiators of the Paris Agreement. RSVP to email@example.com is required. Please note that events published in the YLS calendar are open to the public. We recommend using an RSVP tool or listing an email contact to distribute Zoom links. Throughout the school year, events and conferences are organized at the cutting edge of health law and health policy, motivated in part by the passions of interested students. Recent events include keynote speeches and intimate conversations with current and former government officials, including FDA Commissioner Peggy Hamburg, former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and Senator Richard Blumenthal; Academic debates on health law cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court; major conferences focused on the evolution of the health care industry and the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid; and panels focused on topics ranging from gun policy and abortion to medical ethics and social justice. The center also hosts many career and networking events throughout the year. The Environmental Humanities Initiative organizes and promotes campus events with researchers in the humanities, natural and social sciences who focus on formulating new research questions and finding new ways to solve longstanding problems in the humanities and social sciences at this time of profound environmental transformation. Apply as a LEAP Student Fellow! Yale Law School`s Law, Ethics, and Animal Program invites applications for its 2022-2023 LEAP Student Fellows program.
Each academic year, LEAP selects a small group of scholarship students, including Yale Law School students and other Yale graduates and professional students. The issues raised by animals are highly interdisciplinary. Several Yale centers and programs are deeply involved and regularly host events on animal rights and animal ethics issues. These include: The selected fields are required. Once your event has been submitted, it will be placed in a queue for review and approval by the Office of Public Affairs. Please take a moment to read the instructions for adding and editing events. The Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics` Animal Ethics Study Group sponsors monthly lunchtime seminars and public lectures on animal ethics issues throughout the academic year. For more information or to be added to their mailing list for future study group meetings, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are outside the YLS community, please email@example.com email for more information.
For AV support and services, please submit a VA request form here. In their forthcoming book Animal Crisis, Professors Alice Crary and Lori Gruen examine “the complex social and political contexts in which animals are harmed, revealing the links between our callous and cruel attitudes towards wildlife and the same attitudes towards vulnerable human groups.” In this talk, moderated by Emma LeBlanc `24, Crary and Gruen will present their innovative approach to the argument that “there can be no animal liberation without human emancipation.” The Yale Federalist Society is proud to present a debate on judicial reform involving Professors Stephen Sachs and Kermit Roosevelt III. The animals are legal property, but their lawyers have spent years pursuing a reclassification as legal entities. This program continues to face challenges: arguments for legal personality in common law systems can look like arguments for real personality, and the strategy can go crazy when exported from common law jurisdictions to civil jurisdictions. Learn from the Honorable Daphne Barak-Erez of the Israeli Supreme Court and Rabbi Jason Rubenstein of the Slifka Center at Yale as they discuss the current state of reproductive rights in Israeli and Jewish law. Kosher lunch to go provided! The center is an active partner in interdisciplinary health programs on campus: Yale`s Program for Biomedical Ethics hosts a series of evening ethics seminars throughout the year. Professors and students from across the university are encouraged to participate. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted industrial slaughterhouses in the United States and their impact on the vulnerable creatures – human and animal – they exploit. But the severity of these impacts is the result of a long history of poor regulatory oversight that has contributed to unsafe conditions for slaughterhouse workers, environmental degradation and severe animal suffering.
Prison logics permeate our thinking about humans and animals. We imagine that a harsher sentence will reduce crime and make society safer. We hope that more convictions and police services for animal crimes will protect animals from cruelty. But is the imprisonment of humans the appropriate response to violence against nonhuman animals? Mindy Jane Roseman, Director of the International Law Program, and Bradley Hayes, Program Coordinator, Bradley Hayes, will sit at a table in the Ruttenberg Dining Room to answer questions and share information about YLS` opportunities and support for legal research and international learning. Join a panel with members of the ABA`s International Animal Law Committee who received the adoption of the ABA resolution on the proposed draft treaty, including the treaty`s potential to prevent pathogenic flooding and future pandemics. Come with a cup of tea and chat, paint, doodle, create your own craft project, write a message of gratitude, or learn a skill with your wellness consultant Catherine Banson and others. (I hope we can do nails too!) If you`re feeling torn between public interest law and more traditional corporate work, hear from a panel of 3Ls who worked for plaintiff or public good companies over the summer. Panelists have worked in companies with different areas of activity, including civil rights, environmental law, economic justice, data protection and antitrust law.
Julia Angwin is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Markup, a nonprofit editorial team that produces meaningful data-driven journalism about technology and the people it affects. If you are posting an event sponsored by a YLS student organization, please start on your group`s portal on the Yale Connect platform. Events listed in the Yale Connect calendar may also appear in the YLS online calendar if they are marked “YLS Website.” Students should direct questions about Yale Connect to OSA. Paul Tsai China Center Zhijun Hu founded China`s Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) to help members of China`s LGBTQ community come out to their families. PFLAG has supported thousands of parents in their journey to validate their children and has played a key role in fighting discrimination conflicts and promoting same-sex marriage in China. A take-out lunch will be offered to registered participants. Click here to log in. Human use of animals contributes to pandemics, climate change and other global threats, which in turn contribute to biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and non-human suffering.