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Join Mission: Possible for a post-spring break get-together at Borracho Tacos and help support our club in our final student fundraiser.
No Admission; however, $5.00 wristbands will be sold prior to the event. Wristbands will allow access to food and drink specials – $5 Margaritas, $2 Modelo drafts, and $3 chips and queso. Borracho Tacos is also donating $2 from every regular priced “Bulldog Margarita” to Mission: Possible.
Faculty Roundtable presentations are presentations intended for Gonzaga Law faculty to discuss topics of interest and importance with their peers and colleagues.
Vickie Williams will present Certificate-of-Need or Certificate-of-Greed – New Challenges to Restraints on Trade in Health Care in Light of the Affordable Care Act
Domestic discussion, comparative discussion, advocacy, and refugees and political asylum.
Click on the CLE for a registration link.
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.
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.