Upcoming Events

TTSL Section: Responding to the Rise in Unruly Passengers and Assaults on Aircraft
Date: October 4, 2022
Description: Part I: Unruly Passenger Panel Tuesday, October 4 | Noon – 1:30 pm ET  Moderator – Nikki Harding, TSA, Assistant Chief Counsel – Civil Enforcement and Compliance  Industry – Jim Conneely, United, Associate General Counsel – Regulatory, Environmental, and Facilitation  FAA Attorney – Cindy Dominik, Assistant Chief Counsel – Enforcement Division

TTSL: Advanced Air Mobility Panel
Date: October 12, 2022
Description: Part II: Advanced Air Mobility Panel Wednesday, October 12 | Noon – 1:30 pm ET  Moderator: Carson Spence, TSA  Kate DeHoff, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Joby Aviation Technologies  Shivanjli Sharma, Air Traffic Management - eXploration (ATM-X), NASA

Webinar: Career Paths for LGBTQ+ Law Students and Young Attorneys
Date: October 14, 2022
Description: This webinar will feature a diverse group of legal practitioners, including members of the Board of the LGBTQ+ Law Section, who will discuss their backgrounds, career paths, and their current roles. The panel will provide perspectives on what it means to be a LGBTQ+ legal practitioner and will also discuss their involvement with and in the LGBTQ+ community.

Webinar: Diversity & Inclusion Federal Clerkship Panel – Making the Most of Your Clerkship
Date: October 17, 2022
Description: Clerkships offer an incredible opportunity for professional and personal growth. You will surely face challenges during your term too. From understanding your responsibilities, meeting your judge’s expectations, to possibly navigating a new city, all while weighing post-clerkship career decisions, you may be wondering how to balance the competing pressures. Join our accomplished panel as they offe

Qui Tam Section: [VIRTUAL] False Claims Act Today – Southern District of New York
Date: November 16, 2022
Description: Hosted by the FBA’s Qui Tam Section, often in cooperation with local FBA chapters, “The False Claims Act Today” is a discussion series that examines the details of real-life FCA practice in specific jurisdictions. Sessions typically focus on a single federal district and feature an experienced local panel that includes an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the district; a federal judge; a relator-side at