Wednesday, April 08, 2015 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
$10.00 Member-Only Price for All Members who register and pay online by 2:00 PM the day of the event
$20.00 For All Non-Members and Members who pay at the door
Boston University School of Law is a top tier law school located in one of the most vibrant cities in America and housed in a spectacular new building. Each year, BU Law recruits a talented and diverse JD Class from one of the largest applicant pools in the country. The LawSchool seeks a Director of JD Admissions, who will work collaboratively with the Assistant Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid to develop and implement a comprehensive JD enrollment strategy consistent with the Law Schools strategic goals and mission. The Director will have day to day responsibility for all operations of the Admissions Office, including the hiring and supervision of full-time and seasonal staff. The Director will implement best practices to inspire and motivate a talented team of admissions professionals and to provide outstanding customer service to the LawSchool‘s large applicant pool.
B.A./B.S., J.D. preferred, at least five years progressively responsible experience in higher education admissions or closely related setting and three or more years of professional experience in law school admissions preferred. Demonstrated superior organizational skills, ability to operate independently ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced, high- pressure environment and the ability to lead a team to work toward common goals. Strong management skills and prior supervisory experience. Facility for collecting and using data in decision-making. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Valid drivers license and willingness to travel year-round, including some evenings and weekends. Experience with ACES2 and demonstrated success in law school enrollment management preferred.
BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States
See website to apply.
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review has both a professional and educational mission: it serves the bench, the bar, and the academy by providing a forum for the publication of original, high quality legal research while also providing educational experiences for its Editors. Like many journals, the Law Review provides an opportunity for its Editors to submit an original work of scholarship suitable for professional publication. Through this Competition, the Law Review seeks to expand this opportunity and further its dual mission by publishing serious legal scholarship focused on social justice and public interest issues and by supporting law students at the beginning of their legal careers.
One winning essay will receive a monetary prize of $3,000 and will be published in print in Volume 164 of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
Submissions must focus on a specific legal issue within the public interest. This encompasses any issues relating to social justice or advancing the general welfare and good of the public. Topic selection will be one of the criteria judged.
Essays must be submitted in PDF format and include footnote citations. Submissions must be no longer than 9,000 words, including all footnotes, and be named “PIEC.pdf”. All submissions will be considered anonymously. Students must ensure that their essays do not contain any identifying information. Any name, class year, or institutional affiliation, will be disqualified.
The competition is open to all current law students (Classes of 2015, 2016, and 2017) from any ABA accredited American law school. Submissions are limited to one per person and must be an original, unpublished academic essay.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION:
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is accepting submissions for its first annual Public Interest Essay Competition. The deadline for submissions is Monday, June 22, 2015, at 5pm EDT, via the online submission portal.
JUDGING PROCESS AND WINNER NOTIFICATION:
All submissions will be considered anonymously by a selection committee from Volume 164 of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. The best submissions will demonstrate originality and superior literary effort that advances and serves the interests and understanding of a specific topic within the broad arena of public interest and the law. The winning essay will be announced in the fall of 2015, receive $3,000, and be published in print in Volume 164 of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
These guidelines and the link to the online submission portal are accessible through the Public Interest tab on the website of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.]]>
Please join the panel discussion about starting your own law firm. The panelists will discuss the challenges of starting and maintaining a small law firm. The panel will examine issues related to transitioning from an established law firm and developing clients, as well as discussing the personal satisfaction of managing and working in your own law firm.
Private Practitioner Cost:
FCBA Member – Complimentary
FCBA Member/ Students – Complimentary
To register for this Program, please follow these instructions:
1) To participate via the teleconference, please visit the registration website.
2) Law Students can participate in this program complimentary.
3) This is a non-CLE program.
If you wish to join the FCBA, go to the website. The FCBA is the national organization for the bar of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington DC. They sponsor numerous intellectual property law related programs relevant to law students and award scholarships and also hold a national conference every year and publish articles through the Federal Circuit Bar Journal and FCBA Newsletter. Notably, all of their webinars are now offered for free to members. And, students may join the FCBA for free.
This is a FREE EVENT!
A panel discussion will take place after the introduction and overview consisting of 3-4 CIA officers from different areas within the organization who will speak about their careers and their experiences of being LGBT and working at the Agency in addition to addressing questions from the audience. The panel will be followed by a networking reception where attendees will have the opportunity to speak with panel members and the regional recruiter.
LGBTVisitorCenter on Miami Beach
1130 Washington Ave. – 1st Floor North
Miami Beach, FL33139
Parking is available on the street (metered) or, in the City parking garage – entrance on 12th Street.
This Thursday March 26th, 6 pm to 8 pm
Complementary Bar and food will be available. FREE to all in attendance.
This is a great opportunity for all interested parties. The CIA is an inclusive and, welcoming workplace environment embracing equality.
We hope to see you all there!!!
Thursday, March 26, 2015:
The scope of permissible topics for the writing competition is broad—any aspect of tax law is acceptable. Students are encouraged to submit a paper addressing:
Any currently enrolled law school student attending an ABA-accredited law school in the United States may enter.
A grand prize of $3,000 plus two honorable mentions of $1,000 will be awarded. The winner’s paper will also be posted on the website of The John Marshall Law School Center for Tax Law & Employee Benefits and excerpted in an upcoming issue of the Center’s TaxEB InBrief magazine.
The paper must be the applicant’s original work. Each student entrant is limited to one entry; multiple entries from the same person are expressly prohibited. Additionally, the paper must not be under consideration for any other publication or written as part of paid employment.
Submissions All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. central time on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Papers submitted after this time and date will not be considered. Include a cover letter with your entry stating your name, mailing address, and phone number, along with the name of your law school and your expected year of graduation.]]>
The University of Florida Levin College of Law also seeks applicants for a Lecturer position in the Legal Drafting Program. The Legal Drafting course is a required course at the College of Law. It is taught to second year law students and focuses on the drafting of litigation documents, contracts and legislation. This is a nine-month, non-tenured faculty position, which offers the opportunity for the award of long-term contracts. Applications must be submitted online, requisition number 0907670. A cover letter, resume, transcript(s) and three references must be included with your online application.
HNBA Corporate Counsel Conference
March 18-21, 2015 San Antonio, Texas
Interviews for Walmart compliance positions will take place during the 2015 HNBA Speed Networking and Corporate Connections Program, on Friday, March 20, 2015 at 2:45 pm at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter. Please read full job descriptions here. If interested, return your resume and cover letter (include “Walmart Compliance” on the subject line). The deadline is Friday March 13, 2015.]]>