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Writing Competition – The Sovereignty Symposium XXXIIII – 2021

The Sovereignty Symposium XXXIIII – 2021 will be held at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on October 11-12, 2021. We invite papers on any issue concerning Native American law. DOOLIN PRIZE FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS, GRADUATE STUDENTS, LAW STUDENTS AND GRADUATE LAW STUDENTS:  This competition is open to any student enrolled in an […]

Attend The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) Future Leaders Conference on July 30th, 2021!

The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) Future Leaders Conference brings together congressional speakers and distinguished corporate executives. About this event: The goal of the conference is to inspire and promote public service, leadership and entrepreneurship among today’s students. The conference centers on career paths and the richness of one’s diversity to the workplace. THIS EVENT […]

CALL FOR APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS FOR PLANNING & LAW DIVISION DANIEL J. CURTIN, JR. FELLOWSHIP 2021-2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

Daniel J. Curtin  San Francisco native Daniel J. Curtin, Jr., a former member of the American Planning Association (“APA”); an expert on the California General Plan, planning law, and land use regulations; and retired partner and of counsel in the Walnut Creek office of Bingham McCutchen LLP, died in 2006. A well-known author, his long […]

REMINDER: IRS’ Chief Counsel’s Virtual One-on-Ones Today June 28th!

Come join the IRS’ Office of Chief Counsel Deputy Chief Counsel in a virtual small group chat to discuss a day in the life of an IRS’ attorney. This small group setting will be a time for you to ask questions, get to know more about the agency and talk to attorneys about their experience […]

The 2021 Carole Bailey Scholarship

2021 Carole Bailey Scholarship Rules Application acceptance start date:  June 15, 2021 Application acceptance end date:  August 15, 2021 (11:59pm Eastern Time) The U.S. Court of Federal Claims Bar Association will award at least one annual law student scholarship of up to $5,000.00, in honor of the Court’s former Chief Deputy Clerk of Administrative Services, […]

2022 FDIC Honors Attorney Program Information Sessions Registration is Now Open!

The FDIC Legal Division is hosting three information sessions for the 2022 FDIC Honors Attorney Program June 23rd and July 1st. Save the Dates: June 23rd at noon (EST) – Career Counselors ONLY June 23rd at 5pm (EST) – Students ONLY July 1st at 5pm (EST) – Career Counselors and Students The information sessions will […]

Attend the Department of Labor (DOL) Virtual Career Fair on June 16, 2021 from 11am to 4pm EST

Join us for an information session on June 16, 2021.  You will have agency employees and managers providing information about their agency.  The sessions will give you an opportunity to learn how the DOL supports the American public through unique missions.  It is a chance to ask questions and learn more before you apply for […]

H. Thomas Austern Writing Competition Now Open!

FDLI is a nonprofit member organization that has been providing education, training, publications, and professional engagement opportunities since it was founded in 1949. Each year, our organization hosts the H. Thomas Austern Writing Competition for law students interested in areas of the law impacting FDA-regulated industries. The 2021 competition is now open! Overview and Eligibility […]

MIAMI LAW CDO VIRTUAL LOBBY IS OPEN!

MIAMI LAW CDO VIRTUAL LOBBY IS OPEN! Summer 2021 CDO Virtual Lobby Monday – Friday | 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Meeting ID: 988 8157 8672 | Passcode: CDOVL If you have any questions, please email the CDO.

ACLU of Florida, Greater Miami Chapter, Presents a Free, Online Public Forum “Police Practices and Racial Justice, Florida 2021”

Date/Time:  Thursday, June 3rd at 6pm via Zoom Description: The panel will discuss several topics related to the efficacy of current police practices; available methods of civilian oversight of police and current roadblocks to meaningful oversight; the anticipated pitfalls and consequences from HB1, now the Anti-Protest law; and other concerns about civil liberties and racial justice both […]