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Dade County Bar Association Intellectual Property Committee Presentation

The Dade County Bar Association Intellectual Property Committee   Presents SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY! A Conversation on Anti-Counterfeiting   Guest Speakers: Vanessa Backman of Apple Inc. David K. Friedland of Lott & Friedland Eric Berger of AAction Investigations   Tuesday, July 27, 2010   Noon-1:15 p.m.   Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse 2525 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Coral […]

LatCrit Student Scholar Program

Latina & Latino Critical Legal Theory (www.latcrit.org) CALL FOR PAPERS Interested in Becoming a Law Professor?  The LatCrit Student Scholar Program (SSP) Can Be Your First Step. For some, entering the professoriate can seem an impossible goal, for little encourgaing information about the profession tends to reach progressive law students. Since 2003, LatCrit has institutionalized […]

Fried Frank Civil Rights Forum

The Fried Frank Michael Diehl Civil Rights Forum invites interested law students to attend its Civil Rights Forum: The Mississippi Prom Case:  Emerging LGBT Youth Issues Monday, July 12, 2010 Guest Speakers:  Chris Hampton, Youth and Program Strategist, ACLU and Christine Sun, Senior Counsel, ACLU 6:30 – 8:30 PM Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres 7:00 – […]

Networking This Summer

Summer is an excellent time to build your network of contacts.  Here are five ways to strengthen your network this summer courtesy of the PSLawNet blog. CDO advisors are available to discuss the art of networking with you this summer.  Call or email our office to make an in person or telephone appointment.

Free Webinars for Students and Graduates

There are a number of free webinars available online for students and graduates starting next week.   Online registration is required. Schedule of webinars: 1.  Thursday, June 3rd, 8:30pm EDT/ 5:30pm PDT Health Law:  Where the Jobs Are and How to Get Them 2.  Wednesday, June 16th, 8:30pm EDT/ 5:30pm PDT Lawyering in the U.S. […]

3rd Annual International Business Transactions Conference

The Florida Bar International Law Section cordially invites University of Miami Law School students and graduates are invited to attend the 3rd Annual International Business Transactions Conference taking place May 27, 2010 at the Conrad Hotel in Miami. For more information, including registration costs and CLE hours available, please view the Conference brochure.

Pathways to Government and Public Interest Opportunities: Lobbying and Legislative Consulting

Interested in a career in lobbying and legislative consulting? The CDO invites you to attend the latest in its Pathways to Government & Public Interest Opportunities series featuring Robert Raben Founder of The Raben Group, LLC A legislative consulting and lobbying practice March 29, 2010 12:30pm – 2:00 p.m. The Alma Jennings Foundation Student Lounge […]

The Florida Bar Business Law Section Presents a Lunch ‘n’ CLE: A Practical Guide to Social Media

The Florida Bar Business Law Section Presents a Lunch ‘n’ CLE:  A Practical Guide to Social Media Law students are encouraged to participate in this event. The Florida Bar Business Law Section Presents a Lunch ‘n’ CLE titled “A Practical Guide to Social Media.” This event will be held on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 from […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of March 8, 2010)

Thursday, March 11 Bidding Ends for employers participating in Resume Referral/Direct Contact Session (March 11, 2010) at 11:00 p.m.  For a complete list of participating employers, please refer to the most recent Spring OCI email sent from the CDO.  You may submit your bids by logging onto Symplicity.  If you do not have your Symplicity […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of February 15, 2010)

Interested in a judicial internship this summer?  Working in public interest?  Are you interviewing during Phase I of Spring OCI or plan to participate in Phase II?  Do you want to work at a small Florida firm this summer or after graduation? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, then the […]