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2022 Delaware Diversity Job Fair 1L Fellowship Program

The Delaware Diversity Job Fair Committee (DDJF) of the Delaware State Bar Association (DSBA) is excited to announce its 2022 1L Fellowship. The Job Fair was founded by a consortium of Delaware law firm, corporate, and public sector/interest legal employers interested in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Delaware bar by encouraging interested law […]

LCLD 1L Scholars Program Job Opportunities Update

The application period for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) 2021 1L Scholars Program is now open. Designed to offer diverse, first-year law students the opportunity to spend a summer working side-by-side with attorneys from LCLD Member organizations, 165 (and counting) law firms and corporations will be hosting summer internships across the country. In addition to a meaningful […]

Baker McKenzie Invites 1Ls to Our Events in January

We invite your 1Ls to join Baker McKenzie for a series of 1L Winter Events in January 2022. They will have the opportunity to meet our lawyers and discuss topics related to our summer associate program, firm culture and life as an associate. The event dates and times by office are below.  The in-person events will take place in […]

2022 Affordable Housing & Community Development Law Student Legal Writing Competition

Official Rules Description: This writing competition (“Competition”) is sponsored by the Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law (“Forum”) of the American Bar Association (“ABA”), 321 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654 (the “Sponsor”). The goal of the competition is to encourage law students to become involved in the Forum. It is also intended […]

Attention 1L Students! Webinar Session – Jones Day Presents: JD’s Insights for JDs Panel Discussion on Tuesday, November 23rd

Jones Day is hosting a virtual panel discussion for 1L students next Tuesday, November 23rd. Webinar Session Jones Day Presents: JD’s Insights for JDs: You are cordially invited to sign up for this virtual event. Get to know us and have your questions answered! Pro Bono: Do Good and Get Good Experience Tuesday, November 23 […]

REMINDER: TCDIP 1L Clerkship – Information Session Tomorrow, November 19!

This is a reminder that TCDIP is hosting a webinar for students tomorrow, November 19 at 10:00 AM central! Alumni of the program will be there to answer student’s questions about applying to the program and practicing law in the Twin Cities. See recent Instagram post. Applications are now open for the Summer 2022 TCDIP […]

FCBA Diversity Pipeline Program – 1L Students

Now in its second year, the FCBA Diversity Pipeline Program is an employment program with a legal skills development component (including an academic certificate program) that facilitates access to PAID Washington, D.C. internship opportunities in TMT law and policy for first-year law students from historically underrepresented and disadvantaged groups.  Nearly 30 law firm, company, and […]

Twin Cities Diversity in Practice (TCDIP) 1L Clerkship – Information Session for Students November 19 and Summer Clerkship Program!

Twin Cities Diversity in Practice is looking forward to opening applications for their Summer 2022 TCDIP 1L Clerkship Program! For over a decade, the TCDIP 1L Clerkship has helped launch the careers of law students of color in the Twin Cities. TCDIP strengthens the legal talent pipeline with strategic partnerships between TCDIP Members from law […]

View Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program Reforms!

Reforms have finally come to the PSLF program. Last month, the U.S. Department of Education announced long-awaited reforms to the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. The reforms expand eligibility for thousands of graduates including law school graduates.  To take advantage of the changes to the program, eligible borrowers who have not previously qualified […]

Announcing the 2021-2022 American Indian Law Review National Writing Competition

This year’s American Indian Law Review national writing competition is now welcoming papers from students at accredited law schools in the United States and Canada.  Papers will be accepted on any legal issue specifically concerning American Indians or other indigenous peoples.  Three cash prizes will be awarded: $1,500 for first place, $750 for second place, and $400 for […]