Nathaniel L. Nathanson Memorial Lecture Series – This lecture series was established in 1984 to honor Nathaniel L. Nathanson, an esteemed law professor who devoted his life to the law and legal education. The series brings distinguished speakers to the University of San Diego to discuss issues of national significance.
Joan E. Bowes-James Madison Distinguished Speaker Series – This speaker series was established by Joan E. Bowes through the School of Law to inspire law students and other members of the San Diego community, and promote the open exchange of ideas. Bearing the name of James Madison—fourth president of the United States and “Father of the Constitution”—this annual series brings distinguished speakers from the fields of law, diplomacy, government and politics to the University of San Diego.
Jane Ellen Bergman Memorial Lecture Series on Women, Children, and Human Rights - This permanently endowed lecture series is the result of a gift by Dr. Barbara Yates, a longtime professor at the University of Illinois and a friend of the late Jane Bergman. This series addresses issues concerning women, children and human rights.
Law, Economics, and Politics Workshop Series – This workshop series is a collaborative effort sponsored by the University of San Diego School of Law and the University of California at San Diego, Department of Political Science.
Faculty Colloquia – Faculty colloquia feature professors from other law schools, universities and the University of San Diego School of Law discussing a variety of important issues, works-in-progress and aspects of the law.