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August 2009

This Week at the CDO (Week of August 31, 2009)

August 31-September 7 Fall OCI Phase II // Session II Bidding Now Open Fall OCI (Phase II // Session II) Bidding will take place this entire week.  The deadline to bid is Monday, September 7 at 11:00 p.m.  Be sure to review the email sent last week regarding Session II, consult the Fall OCI Handbook […]

Democracy for America Field Organizer Positions Available

Democracy for America is hiring state-level Public Option Field Organizers for an intense three-month pressure campaign to pass a public option as part of healthcare reform.  The organization is looking to put full-time, hired, grassroots field organizers, on the ground to pressure elected leaders to pass healthcare reform with a public option in a variety of […]

CDO Summer Survey

The CDO is asking all returning students to complete its 2009 Summer Survey.  The survey asks you for information about your summer employer and how you obtained your position.  The data obtained from this survey will be provided to students for their own use in their summer job search. Please feel free to complete as […]

Fall 2009 Judicial Internship Program

The Judicial Intern Program of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (Miami, FL) places second and third year University of Miami School of Law students in a direct working relationship with county and circuit judges in the Civil, Criminal, Juvenile, Family and Domestic Violence Divisions. The schedule by which the law student will intern will be […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of September 7, 2009)

Thursday, September 10 Post Graduate Fellowship Information Program, 12:30 p.m., Room A110 Those students interested in pursuing a career in public interest should plan to attend this program to learn of how funding can be obtained for such a career.  Most fellowship applications come due in the fall semester so now is the time to […]

U.S. Department of State Presentation, Sept. 15 (1Ls, 2Ls)

U.S. Department of State Presentation (1Ls and 2Ls) The U.S. Department of State is recruiting 1L and 2L law students for its 2010 Paid Summer International Internship Program.  This is a fabulous unique opportunity to gain experience in foreign affairs (such as trafficking, international arbitration, international management, science issues, democracy, or human rights) and to […]

Yale Law Women’s Top Ten Family Friendly Firms List

The Yale Law Women annually prepare a Top Ten Family Friend Firms List.  Below is their 2009 report: Yale Law Women (YLW) has announced its fourth annual Top Ten Family Friendly Firms List.  The 2009 Top Ten Firms, in alphabetical order, are: Arnold & Porter Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton Covington & Burling Jenner & […]

The Department of Justice Attorney General’s Honors Program Presentation

For those who were unable to make today’s program, the powerpoint presentation is available on the Student Portal, under “Fall 2009 DOJ” in the “Shared Documents” folder!  For additional information regarding these programs and the application process, please see your career advisor!

2009-2010 Government Honors Handbook Available

Interested in a summer or post-graduate position with a federal government agency? The 2009-2010 Government Honors & Internship Handbook is a comprehensive collection of available opportunities. The Handbook is now available online at http://www.law.arizona.edu/career/honorshandbook.cfm. The site is password protected. To obtain the login information, please contact your career advisor.

Lawyers for Literacy Law School Fellow Opportunity

Lawyers for Literacy Law School Fellow Opportunity 2009/2010 Lawyers for Literacy is a collaborative effort, in which local attorneys, judges, and law students provide civic and life skills education to underprivileged juveniles and young adults in Miami-Dade County, under the auspices of The Family Learning Partnership and led by United States District Judge Ursula Ungaro. […]