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Georgetown University Law Center In-House Clinical Program

A pioneer in clinical legal education, Georgetown University Law Center has the largest, strongest and most highly regarded in-house clinical program in the nation. At least 17 full-time faculty, 26 graduate fellows, and several adjunct faculty supervise and teach the 300 J.D. students who enroll in the 23 clinical courses offered by 14 clinics each […]

2012 Hogan/Smoger Access to Justice Essay Contest

Contest Rules and Criteria: The Hogan/Smoger Access to Justice Essay Contest (formerly The Roscoe Hogan Environmental Law Essay Contest) was established in 1970 by the prominent environmental lawyer, the late Roscoe B. Hogan of Birmingham, Alabama, and serves to provide law students the opportunity to investigate and offer solutions to the multitude of injustices inflicted […]

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Minority Outreach Program

Students with a demonstrated interest in labor law, as well as those students who may be interested in the field, are encouraged to participate in the LCC Minority Outreach Program.  The Program is designed to introduce minority law students to the practice of labor law and to the labor community by providing summer clerkship opportunities […]

2012 Office of Immigration Litigation Volunteer Legal Internship/Externship Opportunities

THE OFFICE: The Office of Immigration Litigation (“OIL”) coordinates Federal immigration litigation nationwide, and has both an Appellate and a District Court Section. OIL defends the administrative decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals, involving removal orders and denials of applications for relief before the Federal Courts of Appeals. OIL also oversees civil immigration litigation […]

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and ABA Annual Law Student Writing Competition 2011-2012

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law are pleased to announce their 2011-2012 writing competition. This competition is open to law school students at accredited law schools in the United States. Authors may not have graduated prior to December 2011. LL.M. candidates are not eligible to […]

The Spring 2012 Externship Program Has Been Launched!

The Spring 2012 Externship Program has been launched! The program provides students with an opportunity to earn academic credit by working for a qualified employer. For the spring 2012 semester, students are required to work at least 120 hours by April 14, 2012, for 3 credits and 240 hours by April 14, 2012, for 6 […]

The Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section (“RPPTL”) Professional Ethics Committee (“PEC”) Seeks Law Students

The Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section (“RPPTL”) Professional Ethics Committee (“PEC”) intends to compile a case law and ethics opinion database (of cases, opinions, rules and other authorities construing or applying Florida’s Rules of Professional Responsibility). The database is intended to be indexed according to each applicable/relevant portion of the Florida Rules of […]

Apply for the Miami Law Spring 2012 Judicial Internship/Externship Program

To apply for the Miami Law Spring 2012 Judicial Internship/Externship Program, log  onto Symplicity for a listing of all participating federal, state and appellate court judges. Deadline is November 18th, but applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply as early as possible.

Practising Law Institute Welcomes Applications for Student Reps

Becoming a Practising Law Institute (“PLI”) student rep can be a great boost for your resume (PLI is well known and highly regarded by law firms and corporations). And it can be a great way to be of service to your school and colleagues. Student reps not only help plan Patent Bar presentations at your […]

The National Law Review 2011 Law Student Writing Competition

Submission Deadline October 17th!  NLR November 2011 Suggested Topics: Intellectual Property law, Tax Law and Labor & Employment Law.   This is a reminder that submissions are now being accepted for consideration for publication in the November issue of the National Law Review (NLR).  Please note that although students are encouraged to submit articles addressing Health & Labor Law they may also […]