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Callback Interviews

With Fall OCI underway, it is not too early to start thinking about callback interviews.  OCI interviews are just the first step in the fall recruiting process.  Employers typically conduct callback interviews which often last for several hours, include a meal and are held at an employer’s office. The CDO has prepared a guide specifically […]

Social Networking Sites and the Job Search

Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace are great to use but there can be pitfalls to using such sites.  Therefore, it is important to review and update your social networking pages and be aware of any information about you that is searchable on the web.  In this day and age, it is not out […]

K&L Gates Change Your World Campaign

A message from the law firm of K&L Gates, LLP: Conservation. Community. Change. The world is changing all around you. Right now, you have the opportunity to make an impact. By joining our global law firm, you will work with a wide array of organizations making a difference in communities around the world. You can […]

Latham Diversity Scholars Program

Latham & Watkins is once again pleased to announce the Latham Diversity Scholars Program which will award a $10,000 non-renewable scholarship to each of four second-year law students for use during their third year of law school (2010-2011). Factors considered in choosing the Latham Diversity Scholars will include a candidate’s: • Ability and commitment to […]

Volunteer for Super Bowl XLIV and Pro Bowl 2010 in South Florida

Miami-Dade residents have an opportunity to volunteer for Super Bowl XLIV and Pro Bowl 2010 in South Florida next year.  Volunteer ambassadors can experience the fun and excitement of the event first hand and are eligible to win a Host Committee prize pack that includes two tickets to Pro Bowl 2010. Time commitment for volunteers […]

11th Annual National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference

What:        11th Annual NATIONAL LAW STUDENTS WORKERS’ RIGHTS CONFERENCE.  Includes a networking reception, small group discussions and interactive workshops for students who are interested in public interest labor law. When:    October 16 & 17, 2009 Where:    National Labor College, Silver Spring, MD Deadline:      August 27 if you’re asking The Peggy Browning Fund to pay […]

Koch Internship Program

The 2009 fall Koch Internship Program in Washington, D.C. is a paid, part-time internship program that places interns in various fields ranging from policy research to communications.  It prepares interns for careers with market-oriented think tanks, policy institutes, and other organizations that work to advance free-market principles and economic freedom.  The program also runs in […]

Baker Hostetler Diversity Fellowship

The Baker Hostetler Diversity Fellowship will award a salaried 2L summer associate position for the summer of 2010 and a $25,000 scholarship. The firm welcomes applications from second year law students who are members of one of the underrepresented racial/ethnic groups or a member of the LGBT community.  Joint degree candidates must have successfully completed […]

DOJ Summer and Post-Graduate Employment Opportunities

The United States Department of Justice’s Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) and Honors Program provide opportunities for summer and post-graduate positions.  More information about both programs is below.  Each year, UM law students have been selected for both programs and we look forward to continuing this trend this year. The Summer Law Intern Program (SLIP) […]

11th Annual Informational Career Fair

Career choices keeping you up at night? Get the answers you’ve been looking for at this year’s Informational Career Fair. Take this opportunity to speak with attorneys practicing in different areas of law about how they got started in their fields and what it is like to practice law on a day-to-day basis. The fair […]