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THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM WRITING DEAN’S FELLOW POLICIES – Spring 2022

Writing Dean’s Fellows will work from the start of classes until the last day of classes, January 18 – April 25th for Spring 2022 semester. Writing Dean’s Fellows are available throughout the week. Currently, the program is working remotely. If you wish to schedule a meeting with a Writing Dean’s Fellow please contact Lori Maroon, […]

Job Opportunities at the SEC: Attention 3L Students & Entry-Level Attorneys!

Return of Chair’s Attorney Honors Program Application deadline: JANUARY 14, 2022 The Chair’s Attorney Honors Program is a highly sought-after, federal, entry-level attorney hiring program. This two-year program is open to U.S. citizens, and secures employment for current third-year law (3L) students and entry-level attorneys currently serving a judicial clerkship. Upon graduation, 3L students begin […]

ATTENTION JD & LL.M. STUDENTS: Epstein Becker Green’s 24th Annual Health Law Writing Competition – Submissions Due By February 25, 2022

Epstein Becker Green is pleased to announce its 24th Annual Health Law Writing Competition. The competition is designed to encourage J.D. and L.L.M. students in the preparation of scholarly papers on current topics of interest relating to health law. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows for the three best papers: First Place: $7,500 Second […]

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 […]

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 […]

Benefits of a New Jersey Judicial Clerkship – Jumpstart your Legal Career!

New Jersey Courts will host a webinar featuring Bergen Vicinage Family Division Judge Jaclyn Medina, Hudson Vicinage Family Division Judge Martha Mainor, Passaic Vicinage Criminal Presiding Judge Sohail Mohammed and Joy Chen, a former New Jersey Supreme Court law clerk. Each year, the New Jersey Courts hires approximately 480 law school graduates for a 53-week […]

Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition

The Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) is excited to announce that this year’s Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition is now live! This popular competition is in its 5th year. CLCT looks forward to receiving the submissions, by the deadline of January 10, 2022. All current law students* worldwide are cordially invited to submit one […]

Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Contest Informational Session on November 4th 2021!

INFORMATIONAL SESSION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 3 PM PT | 5 PM CT | 6 PM ET ZOOM WEBINAR The Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Contest challenges law students to identify and research a pressing legal issue facing the music industry today and outline a proposed solution in a 3,000-word essay. One winner and two runners-up will be […]

ACLU Miami’s “Protecting Miami Homeless Persons’ Civil Liberties in a Post-Pottinger World” – Virtual Forum – Nov. 4th at 7pm

Event: ACLU Miami’s “Protecting Miami Homeless Persons’ Civil Liberties in a Post-Pottinger World” Date/Time: Thursday, November 4 at 7pm Description:  The ACLU of Florida Greater Miami Chapter is proud to present a new edition to our free Zoom webinar series! The Pottinger v. City of Miami Consent Decree that protected the rights of the Miami homeless for some […]