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Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Fellowship

Inter-american commission on human rights, organization of american states, Scholarship – Rapporteurship on the Rights of Women The IACHR is seeking candidates for a one year fellowship in Washington, DC to run from May 1, 2009 – April 30, 2010. The objectives of this fellowship is to provide an opportunity for young lawyers from OAS […]

Florida Bar Tax Section Fellowships

The Florida Bar Tax Section is stripping away some barriers holding new tax lawyers back from participating in the section-offered conferences and CLE events. Starting this spring, the section’s New Tax Lawyers Committee will offer two-year fellowships to two young tax attorneys annually. Committee Co-chairs Steve Hadjilogiou and Caryn Smith said the section has committed […]

Florida Bar CLE Opportunity

The Florida Bar Business Law Section Presents A Lunch ‘n’ CLE “Real Estate and Alternative Investments in IRAs and Qualified Plans” Attend this one hour teleconference and learn how IRAs and Qualified Plans can invest outside the stock market into non-traditional investments such as private placements, limited partnerships, notes, mortgages, real estate and more – […]

Panel Discussion on Marketing Yourself in Today’s Economy

The Florida Bar Young Lawyer Division’s Law Student Division Presents: A Panel Discussion on Marketing Yourself in Today’s Economy at this year’s Florida Bar Mid-Year Meeting Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 3:30 p.m. Hyatt Regency400 S.E. 2nd AvenueMiami, FL 33131 Reception to follow. Admission is free for law students.

The Career Development Office invites you to attend the following presentation: “Choosing Smart: Tips for Finding a Job in Tough Economic Times”presented by Donna Gerson Wednesday, January 14th12:30 p.m.Room 352. An engaging speaker, Ms. Gerson is the author of an award-winning column for Student Lawyer magazine, which focuses on career issues in the legal profession.

Hot Topics in Family Court Presentation (CLE Credits Available)

The Hot Topics in Family Court Presentation will feature the following topics: Statutory Changes in Family LawAlimony/Child Support CalculationsApplying the Internet to Your PracticeOffice Management, Fees, Collection & ProductionHow to Navigate Family Court Information Presented by: DCBA Family Courts Committee & Put Something Back Featuring: General Master Robert JonesMarie Davidson, Esq.Cynthia Dienstag, Esq.Ed Sachs, CPASookie […]

Update on the New College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA)

For those of you following the new College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA), the final regulations for Public Service Loan Forgiveness and Income-Based Repayment have been released. Equal Justice Works has posted an excellent summary of the highlights on its website. The prior blog posting on the CCRAA is available here.

What is Symplicity?

Symplicity is a word wide web based system used by the Career Development Office to administer both its On Campus Interview (OCI) Programs and its job posting database. The Symplicity job posting database runs all year and contains job postings for law students and graduates in a variety of law firms, government agencies, public interest […]

Supreme Court Fellows Program

Since 1973, the Supreme Court Fellows Program has enabled exceptionally talented people to contribute to the work of the Supreme Court of the United States, the Federal Judicial Center, the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, and more recently the United States Sentencing Commission. Founded by Chief Justice Warren Burger, the program provides fellows […]

ABA Section of Taxation Public Service Fellowships

The ABA Section of Taxation Public Service Fellowships are open to recent J.D. and LL.M. graduates, and judicial clerks who commit to working in tax-related public interest, non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations for two years. Applicants must select and arrange employment with those organizations prior to applying for the Fellowship, and must confirm that their work will […]