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Attend The 2012 Biennial Conference of the American Society of International Law’s International Economic Law Interest Group: ‘Re-Conceptualizing International Economic Law:Bridging the Public/Private Divide’

You are invited to attend the 2012 biennial conference of the American Society of International Law’s International Economic Law Interest Group: ‘Re-Conceptualizing International Economic Law:Bridging the Public/Private Divide.’  When: November 29-December 1, 2012. Where: George Washington University School of Law, Stockton Hall, Room 305, 720 20th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20431. This conference, cosponsored by […]

The 2013 Immigrants’ Rights Summer Fellowship Program

THE 2013 APPLICATION PERIOD IS NOW OPEN. Selection Criteria for the Michael Maggio Immigrants’ Rights Summer Fellowship Program: Fellowship host sites must be recognized non-profit organizations. These include: Nonprofit organizations serving low-income and underserved immigrant communities. Legal services organizations that serve immigrants. Civil rights organizations that advocate on behalf of immigrants. Community-based organizations that engage […]

American Society of International Law (ASIL) News for November 14, 2012

2013 Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Application Period Now Open: The Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program, established in 2004 on the recommendation of the ASIL Honors Committee, recognizes the legacy of Arthur Helton, a remarkable ASIL member who died in the August 19, 2003 bombing of the UN mission in Baghdad along with UN High Commissioner […]

Echoing Green Fellowship Informational Webinars

Echoing Green is hosting an informational webinar on the Black Male Achievement (BMA) Fellowship. This webinar will cover the basics of the Fellowship and the application process. A current BMA Fellow will join us to answer any questions you may have. Black Male Achievement Fellowship – Informational Webinar 11/29, 3-3:45 pm ET. Register here. Additionally, […]

CUNY’s New York Union Semester

There’s still time to apply for spring 2013 admission to CUNY’s New York Union Semester academic internship or Masters in Labor Studies. Both provide students with tools for leadership, scholarship and advocacy. New York Union Semester combines courses with a mentored internship at a labor union or worker organization. They accept college students and graduates […]

Check Out The Blog Post “Paid, Overseas Fellowship Positions with Atlas Corps”

Atlas Corps seeks nonprofit leaders from around the world to apply for Fellowships in the U.S.and Latin America. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations such as Acumen, Ashoka, the Grameen Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the UN Foundation, Oxfam and the World Wildlife Fund. In addition to serving at an […]

Council for American Students in International Negotiations: Two Openings on the Board of Directors

Application deadline: 27 November 2012 The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN) strives to deepen the commitment of American students to multilateral discourse through scholarship and engagement with intergovernmental and supranational institutions and the processes that govern them. An educational non-profit, non-governmental 501(c)(3) organization with UN ECOSOC consultative status, CASIN provides young Americans […]

2013 Mendes Hershman Award Student Writing Contest

The ABA Business Law Section is sponsoring its 27th annual Mendes Hershman Student Writing Contest to encourage and reward law student writings on a business law subject of general and current interest. Awards: First Place: $2,500 + subsidized attendance to the Section Spring Meeting in Washington, DC Second Place: $1,000 + subsidized attendance to the […]

HOPE Public Interest News for the Week of November 12, 2012

Please read below for upcoming events on campus, opportunities in the community, and other announcements. Featured: Wednesday, November 14th, Championing Children’s Voices, 12:30 pm, F-209. Join Judge Ellen Sue Venzer, Marissa Leichter, and Bernard P. Perlmutter for a panel discussion involving children’s rights in their own hearings. RSVP HERE.  Events on Campus: Monday, November 12th, […]

The Cardozo School of Law’s Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic Seeking Clinical Fellows

The Cardozo School of Law’s Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic is interested in hiring two attorneys or recent law graduates as a Clinical Fellows to start in fall 2013. The fellows’ responsibilities would include some combination of the following: work on deportation defense, or related cases, in the immigration and federal courts; work on […]