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Visit Public Counsel for Various Public Interest Opportunities

Public Counsel is the largest pro bono law office in the nation and works with major law firms to change people’s futures. Their staff of fifty-one attorneys and forty-six support staff – including five social workers – along with over 5,000 volunteer lawyers, law students and legal professionals assisted over 32,000 low-income children, youth, adults and […]

Self-Funded Summer Internships Available With INTERIGHTS

INTERIGHTS is pleased to invite applications for “summer interns” for the period between May to September 2012.  INTERIGHTS specialises in the strategic litigation of human rights cases before regional and international human rights bodies, on cases from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, Africa, South Asia and the Middle East. With programmes of work on […]

INTERIGHTS Seeking Volunteer, Right to Education in Africa

Application deadline: 15 January 2012 Established in 1982, INTERIGHTS works to promote respect for human rights through the use of law. This is achieved this through a range of activities: strategic litigation through co-representation, legal support to applicants and third party interventions before international, regional, and national human rights courts and bodies; advising lawyers on […]

Check Out Updated Information About the Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan Dates

The OSCAR Working Group established the following 2012 Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan dates: 12:00 pm noon (EDT), Tuesday, September 4, 2012: First date when applications may be received from third-year applicants. 12:00 pm noon (EDT), Friday, September 7, 2012: First date and time when judges may contact third-year applicants to schedule interviews. 10:00 am […]

PILnet Seeks Legal Officer for Budapest, Hungary

Application deadline: January 20, 2012 PILnet, the Global Network for Public Interest Law, is seeking a full-time Legal Officer for its Pro Bono Program. He/She will be based in PILnet’s Budapest office. PILnet is an international NGO devoted to building a global network to activate, empower and connect those who use legal tools to work […]

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., is Pleased to Announce its Fourteenth Annual Health Law Writing Competition

Competition entries are due by January 31, 2012! Epstein Becker & Green, P.C., a national firm engaged in the practice of health care and life sciences law, is pleased to announce its Fourteenth Annual Health Law Writing Competition. The competition is designed to encourage the preparation of scholarly papers on current topics of interest relating […]

The Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section is Accepting Applications for its Fellowship Program

The Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section (RPPTL) is now accepting applications for its Fellowship Program.  See program details and specifics here (information and application). It is just open to lawyers (including recent graduates that passed the Florida Bar) who are RPPTL members – a great opportunity for a real estate, estates […]

2012 Summer Living in New York Program at NYU School of Law & Summer Housing Information

Summer interns and associates may participate in the 2012 Summer Living in New York program. Each year, NYU makes their student apartment-style residences available to summer interns and associates working in the New York business and legal communities and to graduate students and others whose study, work or leisure interests bring them to New York […]

Watch the Free Podcast About Holiday Networking!

The ABA Career and Practice Development Committee in conjunction with the Law Student Division have produced a free podcast dedicated to Holiday Networking.  Students and alumni are free to download the podcast.  

Registration is OPEN for the 2012 RebLaw (“Rebellious Lawyering”) Conference!

RebLaw 2012 will be held at YaleLawSchoolon the weekend of February 17-18. This year’s keynote speaker will be Gerald Lopez, UCLA law professor and author of “Rebellious Lawyering: One Chicano’s Vision of Progressive Law Practice.” The keynote panel on “The Criminalization of Poverty” will feature Andrea Ritchie, co-author of “Queer (In)Justice: The Criminalization of LGBT […]