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International Association of Defense Counsel 2012 Legal Writing Contest: Deadline May 18, 2012

Deadline for 2012 Entries. Entries must be received on or before Friday, May 18, 2012. All J.D. candidates currently enrolled in accredited law schools are eligible to participate in the International Association of Defense Counsel (“IADC”) Legal Writing Contest. Entrants must write on subjects in the fields of tort law, insurance law, civil procedure, evidence […]

The University of Iowa College of Law Accepting Applications for Associate Director of Career Services

The University of Iowa College of Law invites applications for an Associate Director of Career Services.  This is a full-time, administrative staff appointment starting on or about May 15, 2012.  Salary is commensurate with experience. The Iowa College of Law is one of the nation’s best public law schools, located in a major national research […]

The Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program Deadline is Approaching on January 13th!

Application deadline: January 13, 2012 2012 Summer Fellowships: Funded positions in labor-related organizations throughout the United States. 2012-2013 School-Year Fellowship: 1 funded part-time position in Chicago. Information available on the website. Please note:  The application process has changed this year. Students can now apply online.    

Attend “From Law School to In-House” on Wednesday, February 22nd!

The Career Development Office and United Way Present “From Law School to In-House” on Wednesday, February 22, 2012, from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Room E-352. Four attorneys who have devoted their careers to serving as in-house counsel will discuss the role of in-house counsel and share their insights, perspectives and experiences with UM Law students. The […]

American Bar Association Law Student Division Liaison Positions 2012–2013

The Law Student Division’s liaison program enables students to participate with practicing lawyers in the ABA’s sections, divisions, forums, and other entities. Liaison positions offer students the opportunity to network and learn about practical law issues, and they offer entities a way to promote student membership and represent the views of law students. Available positions […]

Deadline Approaching for Paid Public Policy Internships With Institute for Humane Studies!

The Institute for Humane Studies offers paid public policy internships. Participants spend a rewarding summer completing internships with more than 80 think tanks and policy organizations across the country, learning about the principles and practices essential to policy making, and critically analyzing current events and policies. The program includes instructive seminars, resume workshops, mentoring, and […]

International Internship Program 2012 by the May 18 Memorial Foundation

The International Internship Program strives to contribute to the development of democracy and human rights throughout their international network by recruiting 2 interns from overseas, who have been working for human rights, democracy, and peace building organizations in their home countries, and by giving them an opportunity to experience and learn the history and development process […]

Distinguishing Yourself Through International Law Opportunities

Join Professor Matthew Wilson, an attorney with international experience and current Associate Professor of Law at University of Wyoming College of Law and get the answers to these questions: what is an international lawyer? how can you effectively use study abroad programs? what are some effective job searching tips for someone interested in international law? […]

Perspectives of the General Counsel: Meeting the Legal Needs of Non-Profits

With her book Good Counsel: Meeting the Legal Needs of Nonprofits, Lesley Rosenthal, the astute General Counsel of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, has created the indispensable guide for the most common legal, governance and fundraising compliance issues facing nonprofits.  Good Counsel, the first-of-its-kind guidebook written by the sitting General Counsel of a major […]

Interested in the Patent Bar?

If you are a student with an undergrad degree (or at least about two years of coursework) in engineering or the hard sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, some computer science degrees), and are interested in becoming a Patent Agent or Attorney, the Career Development Office invites you to a presentation by Mark Dighton, Patent Law Institute’s Director […]