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Graduate Teaching Fellow in the Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic at Georgetown Law

The Federal Legislation & Administrative Clinic is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Teaching Fellow for 2015-17.  The Fellow will be one of two Teaching Fellows/Supervising Attorneys who help supervise students and work with the Director on all aspects of running the clinic.  See below for a description of the Clinic and the Fellowship, and […]

The 5th Annual Patently Impossible Project

Join the 5th Annual Patently Impossible Project, A Charity Race to Assemble a Patented Invention, Silent Auction and Reception. SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, November 6, 6-8 pm. South Florida Patent Attorneys, Inventors, Engineers, Techies and Hipsters are invited to participate in a charity race to assemble a patented invention at Patricia & Phillip Frost Museum of […]

UM Law – LL.M. Open Houses in Miami and Fort Lauderdale

We look forward to you joining us on Tuesday, October 14th or Thursday, October 16th for an Open House where you will learn about the University of Miami School of Law LL.M. programs. Visit with directors, faculty and alumni to talk about latest program developments Find out about full-time and part-time options Hear about hybrid […]

2014 Constitution Day Florida Video Challenge

In honor of Constitution Day, the Florida Coordinating Committee of the Informed Voters Project of the National Association of Women Judges is pleased to invite you to honor the importance of protecting a fair and impartial judiciary for all by participating in the 2014 Constitution Day Florida Video Challenge. Contestants may compete individually or in […]

The Animal Legal Defense Fund is Hiring an Animal Law Institute Litigation Fellow

Position Description: ALDF Animal Law Institute Litigation Fellowship: The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) is extremely pleased to announce a fellowship position with the ALDF Animal Law Institute, a first-of-its-kind program that, by training classes of promising litigators in strategic impact litigation, will further ALDF’s mission to protect the lives and advance the interests of […]

Georgetown University Law Center Domestic Violence Clinic Graduate Teaching Fellowship

Description of the Fellowship: The Georgetown University Law Center’s Domestic Violence Clinic hires one person to serve as a clinical teaching fellow and supervising attorney each year, for a two-year term. Fellows have several areas of responsibility, including: representing victims of family abuse in CPO cases; designing and teaching Clinic seminar classes; and supervising third-year […]

Howard University Seeks Assistant Director of Career Services

The Assistant Director of Career Services’ duties are: Counsels students and alumni in all phases of career development and employment search strategies Reviews application documents and advises as necessary Assists in development and implementation of programs for students and alumni including job search skills and practice area seminars Develops and implements on-campus recruiting events throughout […]

The Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics of The George Washington University Law School Announce New Graduate Clinical Fellowships for 2015-17

The Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics of The George Washington University Law School announce the availability of new graduate clinical fellowships for the academic years of 2015-17.  In recognition of the generous gift of Philip Friedman, the Fellows are known as Friedman Fellows.  Friedman Fellows obtain LL.M. degrees while examining and engaging in clinical legal […]

ABA Section of Family Law Fellowship Opportunity

The Section of Family Law has started a Fellowship Program for diverse attorneys and/or attorneys who work for legal services organization and have a financial need. The Section is currently recruiting interested applicants.  There are five (5)  fellowship positions available. This is a two (2) year program and will begin in October 2014 and end […]

The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy Invites You to Participate in Voting Rights Litigation Training

The landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 is undoubtedly one of the most successful civil rights laws in our nation’s history, and remains an important piece of national legislation that is still relevant today. However, the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in Shelby County v. Holder effectively nullified the Act’s special preclearance provisions. As a result, […]