August 9, 2021
This fall, UC Davis Law will once again bring you live, in-person events at King Hall. As we prepare, the well-being and safety of our guests is a top priority.

We are looking forward to hosting compelling speakers throughout 2021-22. To date, we will continue the UC Davis Law Racial Justice Speaker Series, present endowed lectures and host the UC Davis Law Review Symposium. We will have both in-person and remote events throughout the year.

Please keep the following in mind as you plan for attending events:
  • To enter King Hall, you must complete the Daily Symptom Survey and receive an approval notice for that day. Invited guests must have a “green” approval status (not purple).

  • Events are open to UC Davis Law faculty, students, staff and invited guests only.

  • Face coverings are required inside the building. If you are unvaccinated, a face covering is also required in crowded outdoor spaces at King Hall. More information is available about campus face covering policies at the UC Davis Campus Ready site. 
  • Digital access via Zoom live-stream will be available as indicated for signature events for those who cannot join an in-person event.
UC Davis Law will continue to work with the campus to closely review public health recommendations and update our event guidelines as needed. We are following COVID-19 protocols to ensure a safe experience for all.
Please contact Events and Facility Manager Onell Berrios with questions at [email protected].

Upcoming Events

Aug. 25
“How Rights Went Wrong”
Jamal Greene, Dwight Professor of Law, Columbia Law School
Room 1001, King Hall
Sept. 8
Meera Deo, Professor of Law, Southwestern Law School
Virtual Event

Oct. 1
“The 2nd Amendment at the Supreme Court: ‘700 Years of History’ and the Modern Effects of Guns”
Room 1001, King Hall
Oct. 20
Khiara Bridges, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law
Room 1001, King Hall
Oct. 21
Room 1001, King Hall
Nov. 3
"Hate Crimes in Cyberspace"
Danielle Citron, Jefferson Scholars Foundation Schenck Distinguished Professor in Law and Caddell and Chapman Professor of Law, University of Virginia
School of Law
Virtual Event