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July 2008

Summer Adoption Law Institute 2008

Capital University Law School is hosting its annual Summer Adoption Law Institute in Columbus, OH. If interested, please view the information below. Summer Adoption Law Institute 2008Location: Capital University Law School, Columbus, OhioDates: August 4 – August 8, 2008 For admissions/registration information, please contact Capital University Law School’s Admissions Office at 614.236.6310.For information on the […]

ABA Law Student Division Career Fair

The ABA Law Student Division is holding a career fair in conjunction with the ABA Annual Meeting in New York in early August. Students interested in attending should contact Dean Marcy Cox at mcox@law.miami.edu. CAREER FAIR INFORMATION: ABA Law Student Division Career FairThursday, August 7, 200810am to 5pmYork Marriot Marquis (1535 Broadway)Westside Ballroom Salons 1, […]

Loan Forgiveness and the College Cost Reduction and Access Act

Confused about the College Cost Reduction and Access Act? Equal Justice Works has a comprehensive list of resources to help you decipher this new legislation. Working in public service and not sure if you qualify for the College Cost Reduction and Access Act? The Loan Forgiveness for Public Service Employment Checklist helps graduates evaluate their […]

Latham Diversity Scholars Program for Rising 2L Students

Latham & Watkins is pleased to announce that the application process is now open for the Latham Diversity Scholars Program. For the fourth consecutive year, the firm will be awarding a $10,000 non-renewable scholarship to each of four second-year law students for use during their third year at ABA-accredited law schools (2009-10). Students are asked […]

Hispanic National Bar Association Annual Convention and Job Fair

The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) will be holding its 2008 Annual Convention in Los Angeles, California from September 3-6, 2008. As part of the Convention, the HNBA will once again host the largest Latino Job Fair in the country, providing law students with an opportunity to meet, interview and network with private, government and […]

Fall OCI – Phase I Deadline Extended and FAQs

Due to the fact that class rankings have not yet been tabulated, the bidding deadline for Phase I of the Fall 2008 On Campus Interview (OCI) Program has been extended for all classes to Wednesday, July 16 at 11:00 p.m. EST. *** With bidding underway, the CPC has received many of the same questions from […]

Indianapolis Bar Association Diversity Job Fair and Scholarship Opportunity

The Indianapolis Bar Association (IBA) cordially invites second-year (graduating in 2010) law students to participate in the first ever IBA Diversity Job Fair. The IBA is seeking candidates who represent all aspects of diversity, who are looking for a one-of-a-kind legal community in a Midwestern city that has both cosmopolitan style and small-town charm. September […]

Are you a law student interested in exploring indigent criminal defense as a career?Join the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia for The Path to Becoming a Public Defender, a free mini conference featuring career, skills and substantive paths, with public defenders from offices throughout the country Hosted by the George Washington University […]

Student Business Cards

The Career Planning Center is pleased to offer business cards to current students. A business card is a simple and professional way to network with attorneys and provide important contact information. To order your personal University of Miami School of Law business cards, please complete an online Order Form. The Order Form provides two distinct […]

Public Service Town Hall and Career Fair

For those interested in a career in public service and will be in the DC area next month, please consider attending this worthwile event: Public Service Town Hall and Career Fair When: July 16, 2008. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.Where: National Building Museum in Washington, DCWho: In past years, this event has drawn representatives from […]