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June 2011

Interested in Project-Based Public Interest Fellowships?

NALP, in partnership with the Washington Council of Lawyers, is hosting a program to offer best practices on the project-based fellowship application process. For those of you who are based in the Washington, DC area this summer, here are the details.  Interested in project-based public interest fellowships, like those funded by Equal Justice Works and […]

Check Out PSLawNet’s New Page: “Having Fun on the Cheap in Big Cities”

PSLawNet has a new “Having Fun on the Cheap in Big Cities“ page, which includes listings of free or cheap recreation options in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, LA, NYC, San Francisco and DC.  The page was inspired by Deb Ellis’s blog post about fun things to do for free (or cheaply) in NYC, and includes contributions […]

Interested in a Judicial Internship? Apply Now!

If you want to intern for a federal or state appellate court judge in the fall, now is the time to apply.  In order to assist you, the CDO has launched the first session of its 2011 Fall Recruiting Program, entitled “2011 Fall Recruiting (Judicial Internships Session Only) Direct Contact, Externship”.  This session includes information for […]

The Seventh Annual SRBLSA Job Fair Student Registration Information

The Southern Region of the National Black Law Students Association (SRBLSA) is excited to invite you to participate in the Seventh Annual Southern Region Job Fair to be held from August 26-27, 2011 at Florida Coastal School of Law in beautiful and historic Jacksonville, Florida. Last year’s event brought dozens of employers and students together […]

Network Launched to Unite Military Spouses With Law Degrees

Attorney spouses of military members face significant challenges maintaining their legal careers while supporting their spouse’s military career. Many families find balancing a military career with a legal career too difficult. In those cases, either the legal profession or the military loses a valuable member. The Military Spouse JD Network (“MSJDN”) was formed by two […]

Participate in the USLAC – Mentorship Program

The U.S. Lawyers Practicing Abroad Committee is actively supporting the ABA Section of International Law in establishing a Mentorship Program. USLAC is spearheading a part of the program dedicated to placing U.S. lawyers and students who have an interest in practicing abroad in contact with mentors who are practicing or have practiced in the jurisdictions […]

The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee Present:

The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section and the Dade County Bar Association’s Business Law Committee present “Auditor Responsibility Related to Fraud.” This event will be held on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 from 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. The 1.0 hour Florida CLE will be presented by William Blend of Moore Stephens Lovelace, P.A. You may […]

Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis in Nashville is Launching a New Apprenticeship Program

Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, Nashville’s oldest and largest law firm, is launching a new apprenticeship program designed to provide rising 3L students with specific associate job openings. Schola2Juris is an intensive, practice-specific fall apprenticeship that provides students a unique opportunity to gain practical law firm training while earning a $10,000 scholarship. The apprenticeships that are offered to […]

Lawyers’ Committee on Civil Rights for the San Francisco Bay Area Fellowship Sponsorship Opportunities

FELLOWSHIP SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2012-2014 FELLOWSHIP CYCLE The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (“LCCR”) is a civil rights and legal services organization that advances, protects and promotes the rights of communities of color, immigrants and refugees, with a specific focus on low-income communities and a long-standing commitment to African […]

The Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) Seeks a Legal Fellow

Legal Fellow – Announcement APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 27th, 2011 EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full time TIME RESTRICTED POSITION: 6 months STARTING DATE: Immediately The Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) seeks a bilingual (Spanish/English) legal fellow to provide support for their legal defense team with their current litigation of human rights cases before the Inter-American System […]