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The Levit Essay Contest For Law Students and Young Lawyers

The Levit Essay Contest For Law Students and Young Lawyers Contest Deadline & Information Deadline for Submission ONLINE entries MUST be submitted by 11:59 PM CST on February 18, 2011. MAILED entries MUST be postmarked by February 18, 2011. Contest Mission The contest encourages original and innovative research and writing in the area of legal […]

Securities Law Presentation – Open to Law Students

The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee Present:  Demystifying the Securities Laws: A Practitioners Approach to Getting the Deal Done, Part 4-B The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee present “Demystifying the Securities Laws: A Practitioners Approach to Getting […]

University of La Verne Law Review Writing Competition

The University of La Verne Law Review is seeking submissions for its Symposium Issue on ADR to be published in fall 2011.  Law students have the opportunity to submit a Note or Comment to be considered for its Student Writing Competition. The grand prize is $200 and publication in volume 33 of the University of […]

Information about Reading Period, Finals and Winter Break

The Career Development Office will remain open during reading period, finals and winter break.  Students and alumni are welcome to contact our office to schedule advising appointments during this time. This Week at the CDO will return in January.

Center for Internet and Society One Year Fellowship

The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School is offering a one-year Fellowship (2011-2012) to work in conjunction with its Fair Use Project (FUP) on public interest litigation involving copyright, First Amendment and technology issues.  The primary responsibility for the Fellow will be to work on current FUP litigation, and client counseling. […]

Environmental and Natural Resources Law Distinguished Environmental Law Scholar

Each year, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College”s Natural Resources Law Institute accepts applications for its Distinguished Environmental Law Scholar position. Graduating law students and practitioners are welcome to apply for a one-year term which begins in late August. Law faculty on sabbatical may choose a one-semester or one-year term to coincide […]

Ed Baker Fellowship in Democratic Values

With a generous gift from the estate of renowned media scholar C. Edwin Baker, Demos, the New York think tank,  has established the Ed Baker Fellowship in Democratic Values. As part of our Emerging Voices Initiative, the fellowship provides: Two-three years of financial support; Editorial assistance and publishing connections; Media training and a professional communications […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of November 15, 2010)

Monday, November 15 Deadline for Class of 2010 (December 2009-May 2010) J.D. graduates to apply to Legal Corps. Wednesday, November 17 1L Judicial Internship and Clerkship Information Session.  12:30 p.m. in Room F109.

Presentation on Securities Laws – Law Students Welcome

The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee Present: Demystifying the Securities Laws: A Practitioners Approach to Getting the Deal Done Part 4-A The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee present “Demystifying the Securities Laws: A Practitioners Approach to Getting […]

Florida Bar Business Law Section Presentation – Law Students Welcome

The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section Presents: Understanding the Little FTC Acts and their Implications The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section presents “Understanding the Little FTC Acts and their Implications.” This event will be held on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 from 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. The 1.0 hour CLE will be presented by Leon […]