Are you interested in public interest law and social justice lawyering?
Have you heard about Reb Law but not sure how to apply?
Join for a short informational session with Professor González!
Juniors and seniors from all majors are welcome.
Applications for the Spring 2022 Reb Law courses open October 1 and the priority deadline for submission is October 15!
There will be raffles, networking & breakouts, as well as info for students who would like to participate in OCLAA's mentorship program.
Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen film follows an in-depth look at Hollywood's depiction of transgender people and the impact of their stories on transgender lives and American culture. It features Laverne Cox, Susan Stryker, Alexandra Billings, Jamie Clayton, Chaz Bono, and many more.
Following the showing of, we will engage in a lively discussion about the film.
In this lecture and workshop, Brooklyn-based author John Paul Brammer will talk about how he launched his advice column ¡Hola Papi! with Grindr and eventually turned it into a book with Simon & Schuster. More specifically, he'll talk about how he incorporates his real experiences as a gay Latino into his writing while negotiating those experiences with industry appetites. Attendees of this workshop will also have the opportunity to write an essay, a short story, a humor piece, or even a poem that centers a lived experience they have had.