Upcoming Webinars

Predictive Data Analytics and the Law

Experts will discuss the impact of innovations in technology on capital markets, with a focus on rules proposed by the SEC regarding the use of predictive data analytics by broker-dealers and investment advisors.

Past Webinars

CFIUS’s Impact on Cross-Border Deals

Gain cutting edge insight into managing the impact of Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) on cross-border deals.

What Do Chief Legal Officers Care About? 

This special Berkeley Boosts episode features a presentation with Veta Richardson, President and CEO of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).


The Great Debate: ESG

ESG has become a polarizing topic in academic, corporate, political, and regulatory circles. Join us for a special Berkeley Boosts webinar with two leading voices with opposing viewpoints on ESG, Omeed Malik (1789 Capital) and Suz Mac Cormac (Morrison & Foerster).

The Corporate Transparency Act: What You Need to Know

Join experts from the Berkeley Center for Law and Business and Rock Center for Corporate Governance as they unravel the game-changing California Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) and its impact on almost 32 million companies, especially founders of startups and small businesses.

Elimination of Bias

Equity Awareness for the Diverse Legal Workplace

This is a special Berkeley Boosts webinar with Emily Bruce, Director of Inclusion and Wellness at Berkeley Law. Emily previously taught in the Legal Practice Program at the University of Michigan Law School, and also taught in the undergraduate Legal Studies Program at UC Berkeley.

Wellness Competence

Stress-Management, Wellness, and the Legal Profession

Join Berkeley Law alum and integrative health and wellness coach Meredith Wilensky Sarason ('12) as she explores best practices and practical insights that legal professionals can use to monitor and manage stress and wellness.

Artificial Intelligence

Generative AI and Commercial Contracts

Join Irene Liu and Wei Chen as they explore how generative AI is, and is not, changing the way commercial contracts are designed, executed, and managed.

Breaking Down the SEC v. Ripple Ruling

This special edition of Berkeley Boosts discusses the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York's recent ruling in SEC v. Ripple and its broader implications.


The SEC Takes on Crypto

Assistant Dean Adam Sterling is joined by Emily Flitter of the New York Times to discuss the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuits against crypto exchanges Coinbase and Bitcoin. Followed by a panel discussion with Berkeley Law Professors Robert Bartlett, Stavros Gadinis, and Jai Massari.