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The Career Development Office Announces the Start of Fall Recruiting 2012!

The Career Development Office (“CDO”) would like to announce the start of Fall Recruiting 2012. Fall Recruiting 2012 is a collection of programs coordinated by the CDO for employers interested in interviewing University of Miami law students for summer and post-graduate positions. These programs include the Fall On Campus Interview (OCI) Program, Resume Referral and […]

Welcome to the Peace and Collaborative Development Network

The Peace and Collaborative Network (“PCDN”) is a free professional networking site (with over 25,500 members from around the world) to foster dialogue and sharing of resources in international development, conflict resolution, gender mainstreaming, human rights, social entrepreneurship and related fields. REGISTER and create your own profile, contribute to a DISCUSSION TOPIC, start a BLOG, CHAT […]

Registration for the 2012 Los Angeles Interview Program (LAIP) is Now Open!

Registration for the 2012 Los Angeles Interview Program (LAIP) is now open. You will be notified via email once bidding starts. As such, please continue to check your email periodically for bidding updates. University of Miami School of Law students who pre-registered for this job fair should have received an email with bidding instructions.  If […]

The Indianapolis Bar Association Diversity Job Fair – Registration Now Open!

In 2011, 25 participating employers extended 34 offers of employment to 78 interviewing students at the Indianapolis Bar Association (“IBA”) Diversity Job Fair. Be it big firm, small firm, government agency or a corporate environment, if you are looking to network and secure a job in Indianapolis, then consider attending IBA  Diversity Job Fair. One […]

The American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Chapter, is Having a Career Day on Saturday, April 21, 2012

The American Immigration Lawyers Association, South Florida Chapter, will be having a career day Saturday, April 21, 2012, from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm at St. Thomas University School of Law (immediately following National Citizenship Day). Law students and graduates are invited to attend. Law firms and organizations looking for permanent, temporary, summer, paid or unpaid jobs […]

Attention 1L and 2L Students: Read the CDO Email About Fall Recruiting 2012

The Career Development Office sent you an email this week regarding important information about Fall Recruiting 2012. Fall Recruiting 2012 will include the On Campus Interview (OCI) and Resume Referral programs, off campus job fairs, government internship and honors programs and the judicial clerkship hiring season. Please save the CDO email so that you may […]

HOPE Public Interest News for Week of April 2, 2012

Please read below for upcoming events on campus, opportunities in the community, and other announcements.  Events on Campus: Tuesday, April 3rd, Judicial Clerkship Season Kickoff Reception, 5:30 pm, Student Lounge: Do not miss the opportunity to ask federal and state court judges, as well as current and former judicial law clerks, about applying and interviewing […]

HOPE Public Interest News for Week of March 26, 2012

Please read below for upcoming events on campus, opportunities in the community, and other announcements.  Events on Campus: Monday, March 26th, Designing for Diversity: Affordable Housing for America’s Changing Demographic, 6 pm, Glasgow Lecture Hall: The Office of Civic and Community Engagement cordially invites you to the next event in their Focus on Affordable Housing […]

How to Snag a Mentor (and Maybe a Job)!

How do I conduct an informational interview? What’s the best way to find a mentor? If you have pondered these questions, be sure to read the recent blog post by Michael Maslanka, managing partner of the Dallasoffice of Constangy, Brooks & Smith. Mr. Maslanka serves as a guest blogger for The Careerist and offers valuable […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of March 19, 2012)

Wednesday, March 21: Sedgwick Lunch-n-Learn – 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m., Room A-110