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Equal Justice Works Seeks Director, Law School Engagement & Advocacy Unit

Recognizing the vital role law schools and law students play in the public interest law movement and the challenges they will confront, the Law School Engagement & Advocacy unit focuses on: Creating compelling public interest programs for students that instill public service values; and Breaking down the educational debt barriers that prevent many graduates from going into public […]

Last Chance to Register For The 2nd Annual Legal Eagle Competition

Open to all attorneys under forty practicing in the 11th Judicial Circuit and admitted to the Florida Bar for less than seven years. Judged by panels of sitting judges and private practitioners. The 2nd Annual Legal Eagle Competition to benefit Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. is on August 3, 2013 at the University of […]

Attend The National Bar Association Young Lawyers Division 2013 Annual Convention

National Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Miami 2013 NBA Annual Convention July 27-28, 2013 Fontainebleau Hotel The countdown to the National Bar Association’s Annual Convention is here and YOU are cordially invited by the Young Lawyers Division to attend the Law Student and Young Lawyers Professional Development Seminar. Refreshments will be provided. The seminar is FREE for law […]

Read: “What’s The Value of a Law Degree?” By Debra Cassens Weiss

What’s the value of a law degree? $1M in a lifetime, report says. Debra Cassens Weiss, a senior writer/online, joined the ABA Journal staff in 1986. She has worked as a news researcher for WMAQ-TV in Chicago, as a reporter and editor at the City News Bureau of Chicago and as a newscaster at WMRO […]

Check Out Susan Gainen’s Blog “Pass the Baton”!

Susan Gainen is a multiple entrepreneur, consulting to law schools and lawyers. Her current lecture series includes “Alternative Careers,” “Professionalism Has Attached,” and “Job Search Outside of OCI: The Forever Skill.” Ms. Gainen maintains a blog called “Pass the Baton” which contains various tips and useful information for law students and attorneys. She has spent the past […]

Read About Top Ten Reasons to Use a Virtual Office by Intelligent Office of Miami

According to Intelligent Office of Miami, the use of a virtual office is not a universal panacea but there are many good reasons why they really make sense in these times. The key advantages are that they can get yourself operational fast and with a virtual foot on the ground in your chosen territory, for […]

The Public Service Fellows Program Application for Fall 2013 is Available and Closes on July 19th!

The Public Service Fellows Program at the Partnership for Public Service is an opportunity for undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates to participate directly in transforming the way government works while developing valuable professional skills. At the Partnership, fellows are integral to the day-to-day operations, programs and activities of our organization. We value the […]

Human Rights Advocacy in the U.S.: A Training for Attorneys, Organizers & Other Public Interest Practitioners in the Greater Miami Area

August 16-17, 2013 University of Miami School of Law Faculty Meeting Room, Law Library (4th Floor) 1311 Miller Road, Coral   Gables, FL, 33146  Sponsored by the Local Human Rights Lawyering Project at the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law at American University Washington College of Law and the Miami Law Human Rights Clinic. […]

The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth (CFSY) Seeks Advocacy Director

The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth (CFSY) is a national coalition and clearinghouse that coordinates, develops, and supports efforts to implement just alternatives to the extreme sentencing of America’s youth, with a focus on abolishing life-without-parole sentences for all youth. The CFSY has a team of seven staff people that work closely in […]

The Washington College of Law’s Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law Seeks Program Coordinator

As part of Washington College of Law’s (WCL) long-standing commitment to international human rights and to the rule of law, WCL established the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (“the Center”) in 1990 to work with students, faculty and the international legal community to provide scholarship and support for human rights initiatives around the […]