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January 2011

Florida Bar’s 9th Annual Litigation and Arbitration Conference

Registration is now open for the Florida Bar’s 9th Annual Litigation and Arbitration Conference (the ILAC) to be held on Friday, February 4, 2011, at the beautiful Westin Diplomat Hotel Resort in Hollywood, Florida. Don’t miss out on this phenomenal gathering of legal experts from around the globe as they discuss and present on the […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of January 31, 2011)

Tuesday, February 1 Spring Recruiting Information and OCI Training Session, 12:30 p.m., room 209 Want to learn how to participate in Spring Recruiting?  Unfamiliar with Symplicity or want a refresher course?   Attend the Spring Recruiting Information and OCI Training Session.  The same program will also take place on Thursday for those who cannot attend on […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of January 24, 2011)

Monday, January 24 1L CDO Workshop, 12:30 p.m., room 309 Tuesday, January 25 1L CDO Workshop, 12:30 p.m., room 309 Wednesday, January 26 1L CDO Workshop, 12:30 p.m., Learning Center, room 170 Friday, January 28 1L CDO Workshop, 12:30 p.m., room 352 Deadline to apply for the Spring 2011 Judicial Intern Program is 5:00 p.m. […]

Spring 2011 Judicial Intern 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 […]

Summer Housing Options

Every year, law students around the country spend their summer in a different city. Finding housing for the summer is one of the biggest challenges to spending a summer away. Below are some resources that may help you if you are looking for housing this summer: 1. The NALP Apartment Exchange allows students to search for […]

Attention 1Ls: SEC is Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2011!

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is now accepting applications from first year law students seeking to intern with the agency this summer. Students must apply online at http://sec.futurestep.com/Opportunities/SEC72409.  Applications will be accepted through February 4, 2011 and students are encouraged to apply early and not wait until the deadline. Internships are available […]

Robert M. Cover Public Interest Law Retreat

Every year, public interest law students, professors, and practitioners from the Eastern, Mid-Eastern, and Southern United States gather together at the Robert M. Cover Public Interest Law Retreat to network, strategize, and socialize in a beautiful, secluded setting. This year’s retreat will take place March 4 — March 6, 2011 at Nature’s Classroom at Sargent Center, […]

Scholarships to Attend Landlord-Tenant Law Seminar in Tallahassee

Sterling Education Services, Inc. is a non-profit continuing education company that conducts seminars across the nation. They are holding a “Landlord-Tenant Law” seminar in Tallahassee on February 15, 2011 and are offering five law students free scholarship-passes to this seminar. The students get a day-long overview of a particular aspect of the law, a seminar […]

Suggestions from PSLawNet for Public Interest Summer Applicants

PSLawNet, an online resource connecting public interest law job-seekers with their ideal opportunities in the public interest arena, in government, at law schools, and around the globe.  The organization is sharing job application tips for students pursuing public interest positions this summer.  Below are the first two sets of tips and more will be posted […]

Want to Learn More about Being in JAG?

The Military Law Society cordially invites students to attend its JAG (Judge Advocate General) Panel consisting of Captains, Majors, and Lt. Colonels (8+ years of experience) discussing about how you can become a JAG Officer and what life as a JAG Officer is like. A JAG Officer is a military officer who serves in the […]