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First Annual Jameson Crane III Disability and the Law Writing Competition

Purpose: The Crane Writing Competition is designed to encourage outstanding student scholarship at the intersection of law and medicine or law and the social sciences that promotes an understanding, furthers the development of legal rights and protections, and improves the lives of those with disabilities. Eligibility: The Crane Writing Competition is open to currently enrolled […]

ASECA Alumni Securities Law Writing Competition –Deadline is November 15, 2014

Association of Securities and Exchange Commission Alumni Securities Law Writing Competition – 2014   1st Place $,5000 2nd Place $3,000 3rd Place $2,000 Topic: Any subject in the field of Securities Law Eligibility: Students enrolled in any accredited law school in the United States for the fall semester of 2014. Unpublished papers, papers published in any law […]

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 […]

ABA Law Student Division Competitions

The Law Student Division annually sponsors four national competitions. These competitions offer participating students a forum to develop the very skills they will use as practitioners, and a chance to meet and network with fellow law students and legal practitioners – future colleagues – from around the nation. Competitions also provide an excellent opportunity for […]

Roig Lawyers Seeking Law Clerks for Deerfield Beach Office

Roig Lawyers, located throughout the state of Florida, is currently accepting resumes for law clerk positions in their Deerfield Office.  They are seeking candidates that are computer, web and technology savvy, and with strong writing skills and strong organizational skills. Insurance background a plus. Those candidates selected will receive training and mentorship.  The firm offers flexible […]

Upcoming Government Deadlines for 2L and 3L Students

Upcoming 2L Deadlines The following government programs have 2L deadlines coming up in the next few weeks. Spring Office of the District Attorney Denver, CO – Legal Internship Program (Unpaid, Deadline 09/30/14) Maricopa County Attorney – Law Clerk Program (Unpaid, Deadline 09/30/14) Administrative Conference of the United States – Legal Internships (Unpaid, Deadline 10/01/14) Smithsonian […]

2014 College Scholarship Essay Contest

Staver Law Group, P.C. is proud to announce its inaugural scholarship program to help individuals who have been negatively impacted by accidents. As many have come to realize, accidents can have long-lasting consequences emotionally and financially. In some instances, they can mean missing out on opportunities for higher education and career advancement. As personal injury […]

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, […]