March 21, 2014
Jason Gray is a staff counsel at the California Air Resources Board, where he has worked on greenhouse gas reporting, carbon offsets, cap-and-trade and other related matters. Before entering the legal profession, Jason worked on environmental education, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development projects with the Peace Corps and WWF in the Central African country Gabon.
Jason is a graduate of Gonzaga University, with a B.A. in Biology and French, and holds a J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School.
On March 21st, Jason will be visiting Gonzaga Law school to present on his experience working on Climate Change Policy in California.
Combating Climate Change Through Air Pollution Control
The Environmental Law Caucus is hosting a presentation by Jason Gray about his experience working on Climate Change Policy in California. Jason Gray is a staff counsel at the California Resource Board. He is tasked with advising the Board and its staff on the development and implementation of air pollution control regulations and related matters.
His presentation will be held in Room 143 on March 21, Noon-1:30.
March 22, 2014
Themis is running a MPRE review. Saturday the 22nd will be a mock exam followed by a Q&A
Themis MPRE Review
Themis is hosting MPRE mock exams followed by a Q & A Saturday, March 22 from 9:00AM-12:00PM in Room 127 (The Barbieri Courtroom).
The Gender and Sexuality Alliance is hosting a drag show to raise money and awareness for the Spokane AIDS Network. The show will feature local drag queens and law students.
The event will be held at Nyne Bar & Bistro
All are welcome, 21+
Tickets are $20, available for purchase in the law school lobby
March 24, 2014
The weekly Public Service Brown Bag & Justice Forum
Bring your own brown bag lunch and listen to a variety of speakers, organized by Center for Law in Public Service.
This week: Discussing the Ethics of Journalism Advocacy
Speakers: Tim Connor, Journalist; Professor Brooks Holland; Breean Beggs, Attorney
March 26, 2014
Sign a birthday card and have cupcakes to help honor the 100th birthday of Smithmoore P. Myers (“Smitty”), former dean of the Law School. The card, along with video of the celebration and all well-wishes, will be presented to Smitty later that day.
Noon to 1:30 p.m. in the 2nd floor student lounge at the Law School
A judicial panel discussion about poverty and how justice is affected by economics, sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
Judges from the Superior, District, and Municipal Courts will participate, along with members of the Justice Commission and Smart Justice.
March 27, 2014
Faculty Roundtable presentations are presentations intended for Gonzaga Law faculty to discuss topics of interest and importance with their peers and colleagues.
Diane Dick, Assistant Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law will present Grassroots Shareholder Activism