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November 2011

2011-2013 Georgetown Clinical Teaching Fellowship

Georgetown University’s Center for Applied Legal Studies will offer one lawyer a two-year teaching fellowship (July 2012 – June 2014). The fellowship provides a unique opportunity to learn how to teach law in a clinical setting. Fellows and faculty members at the Center work as colleagues, sharing responsibilities for designing and teaching classes, selecting students […]

South Texas College of Law Seeks Applicants for Fellowship in Clinical Legal Education and Public Interest Lawyering and Administration

South Texas College of Law seeks applicants for year one of a three-year Fellowship in Clinical Legal Education and Public Interest Lawyering and Administration.  Clinical practice areas are both transactional and litigation-based, in family law, probate, estate planning and guardianship. Year one responsibilities and training include direct client representation, introduction to clinical pedagogy, and preliminary […]

Program Assistant V (Recruiting Coordinator) Office of Career Planning Sought for University of San Francisco School of Law

The Program Assistant V manages all recruiting activities at the University of San Francisco School of Lawand works closely with the staff of the Office of Career Planning (“OCP”) to support career counseling services and coordinate programming for current law students and alumni. Acts as a liaison between the School of Law, the University, and […]

Get Help with Your Job Search using Social Media ( Free ABA Membership)

How are you using social media right now? If you’re not using it to present yourself in a professional manner and/or network with potential employers, you’ll want to attend the webcast entitled Using Social Media to Aid Your Job Search. On Thursday, November 10th LexisNexis® will host a panel of experts to show you how […]

Now Accepting 2012 Helton Fellowship Applications!

The Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program, established in 2004 on the recommendation of the ASIL Honors Committee, recognizes the legacy of Arthur Helton, a remarkable ASIL member who died in the August 19, 2003 bombing of the UN mission in Baghdadalong with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Sergio Viera de Mello and 20 others. […]

2012 Hogan/Smoger Access to Justice Essay Contest

Contest Rules and Criteria: The Hogan/Smoger Access to Justice Essay Contest (formerly The Roscoe Hogan Environmental Law Essay Contest) was established in 1970 by the prominent environmental lawyer, the late Roscoe B. Hogan of Birmingham, Alabama, and serves to provide law students the opportunity to investigate and offer solutions to the multitude of injustices inflicted […]

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Diversity Task Force Student Essay Competition Call for Entries

The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers invites law students from accredited law schools in the United States to submit essays for a chance to be published in The Champion magazine. 2011-2012 Essay Topic: “TOUGH ON CRIME” VS. “SMART ON CRIME”: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? What is the difference between “being tough on crime” and “being […]

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Minority Outreach Program

Students with a demonstrated interest in labor law, as well as those students who may be interested in the field, are encouraged to participate in the LCC Minority Outreach Program.  The Program is designed to introduce minority law students to the practice of labor law and to the labor community by providing summer clerkship opportunities […]

The National Bar Association Diversity Empowerment Scholarship Award

Application Deadline: November 30, 2011 This scholarship will be awarded to three diverse first year, second year or third-year law school students. Recipients must be attending or admitted to an accredited Florida law school. Recipients will be selected on the basis of the following criteria: Academic achievement Economic need Involvement in the community and diversity […]

2012 Office of Immigration Litigation Volunteer Legal Internship/Externship Opportunities

THE OFFICE: The Office of Immigration Litigation (“OIL”) coordinates Federal immigration litigation nationwide, and has both an Appellate and a District Court Section. OIL defends the administrative decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals, involving removal orders and denials of applications for relief before the Federal Courts of Appeals. OIL also oversees civil immigration litigation […]