Bidding for the 2016 Atlanta Interview Program begins on Tuesday, July 5th 2016. Any Miami Law student interested in participating should contact Diane Quick in the CDO as soon as possible to receive bidding instructions.
Although numerous LGBT rights organizations and advocates have declared ‘mission accomplished,’ Obergefell and marriage equality were not a panacea in the struggle for civil rights for LGBT people. The LGBT community must remain engaged and vigilant; the community still faces tremendous challenges in numerous areas of everyday life, not least including employment, family planning, transgender […]
The Sarasota County Bar Association Diversity Scholarship Fund is intended to provide an internship opportunity for first through third year law students of under-represented minority backgrounds (e.g. race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability, or socioeconomic background), who have an interest in practicing law in Sarasota County upon graduation, to […]
You’re Invited to a Brief Webinar on: THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S HONORS PROGRAM AT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Hosted by: Rena J. Cervoni, Deputy Director and Trisha A. Fillbach, Assistant Director Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management. We will discuss eligibility, timeline, application, and answer your questions about the Program. You have two opportunities to attend. […]
University of Miami School of Law participates in numerous job fairs with other law schools and organizations. These programs give students increased access to a broad range of employers and help accommodate employers unable to travel to University of Miami School of Law for on-campus interviews. Students interested in getting exposure to employers outside of […]
We welcome you to join Baker & McKenzie for a series of 1L Diversity Roundtable Discussions in June. These events will provide an opportunity to meet our lawyers and discuss topics related to our summer associate program, life as a first-year associate and the overall Firm culture. The roundtable discussions will feature information on the […]
Are you ready to get off the sidelines, roll up your sleeves and fight for affordable higher education, healthcare for all, protect a woman’s right to choose, get serious on climate change, a comprehensive immigration reform bill, and win back the Supreme Court so we can overturn Citizens United. If you’re ready, then fill out […]
The OnRamp Fellowship matches experienced women lawyers who have taken a break from practicing law, for one reason or another, with law firms and legal departments for one-year, paid Fellowships. This re-entry platform gives returning women lawyers a chance to broaden their legal experience, skills and contacts while demonstrating their tremendous value in the marketplace. The […]
LCAWL is pleased to offer a $1,000.00 scholarship to deserving women from Lee County, Florida OR who intend to practice in Lee County, Florida, who have a financial need, the potential to succeed in law school, and who demonstrate the potential to uphold the highest standard of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal profession, […]
Wednesday, March 2, 2016: 18th Annual Informational Career Fair – 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM – Law School Campus Bricks 1:Meet with attorneys from government, business, law firms and public interest organizations. Hear about their practice areas and experience while you network. For additional information and details, please contact Debbie Rowe-Millwood at the CDO.