Join USC Gould Law, UCLA Law, UC Berkeley Law, UC Irvine Law, UC Law SF, and LMU Loyola Law for an informative presentation and Q&A about how to make the most of your LL.M. experience by studying in California! This presentation will cover everything from the professional sphere to climate and culture, the bar exam, and other benefits. After the session, attendees can ask school-specific questions. Light refreshments will be served.
The California-Mexico 2030 Summit is organized around the transition to a sustainable and climate-resilient binational economy. The Summit follows the recent celebration of the bicentennial in diplomatic relations between the United States and Mexico, providing an opportunity to reflect on the current state of the binational relationship and to identify key strategic areas for collaboration to address the most relevant shared challenges in this decade.
The University of California, through Alianza MX, will host a presentation of the Final Report of the 2022 Forum on Education and Migration: “The Future of the US-Mexico Human Capital, Opportunities for a bilateral agenda on education and migration”. The report contains a series of Policy Recommendations by experts on critical questions regarding how to improve the integration of students of Mexican-origin into the US education system, including through effective migration policies; how to integrate US-origin students to the Mexican education system, and through educational policies; and the opportunities that a binational human capital would represent for our countries in the next decade.