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October 2013

Boutique Firm in Coral Gables, Florida Seeks Associate

Description: Boutique law firm has an immediate opening for a full-time Associate with 5+ years of experience in the area of commercial litigation and insurance defense. The position requires handling large volume matters under the supervision of a Partner. Job Requirements: The ideal candidate will possess strong academic credentials with excellent organizational, analytical and research […]

The Diversity and Law Clerks and Students Committees Present “Diverse Career Paths Teleconference”

 The Diversity and Law Clerks and Students Committees Present: Diverse Career Paths Teleconference Panelists: Judge Paul Grewal, Magistrate Judge, United States District Court, Northern District of California Jack Hobaugh, Counsel/Senior Director of Technology, Network Advertising Initiative, Washington D.C. Paul Korniczky, Partner, Leydig, Voit & Meyer, Chicago, Illinois Christy LaPierre, Associate, K&L Gates, San Francisco, California […]

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law – Annual Law Student Writing Competition for 2013-2014

The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law are pleased to announce their 2013-2014 writing competition. This competition is open to articles written while the author is a student at an accredited law school in the United States. Authors may not have graduated from law school prior […]

2014 Law Student Essay Contest

Important Rules & Information: The use of technology in today’s law practice can and does present new challenges and risks for attorneys in small firms, as well as for solo practitioners representing clients involved in litigation. Due to technology, many traditional law practices have now evolved into virtual law practices.  It is important for attorneys […]

Attend the “How To Dress Like A Lawyer” Luncheon on November 4th!

Presented  by the Miami Law American Bar Association, Brooks Brothers and the Career Development Office, “How To Dress Like A Lawyer” is a luncheon where Brooks Brothers will be coming onto campus to give students a wardrobe seminar concerning how to dress in different business and professional situations. Brooks Brothers will help you with attire […]

The Rómulo Gallegos 2014 Fellowship

Venue of Fellowship: Executive Secretariat of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) of the Organization of American States (OAS). Address: 1889 F Street NW, Washington, D.C.20006 Deadline to present applications: November 15, 2013 Start and End Dates: January 27, 2014 to December 31, 2014 Length of the Fellowship: 11 (eleven) months Objective: To provide […]

Willamette University is Seeking an Assistant Director of Placement

Job Description Summary: Willamette University announces a full-time position for an Assistant Director of Placement for the College of Law. The Assistant Director is responsible for working in partnership with, and providing support to, the Assistant Dean of Placement to provide job and career opportunities for students and alumni including pursuing potential job openings. The […]

This Week at the CDO (Week of October 28, 2013)

Monday, October 28: FL Bar GPSSF Section, Robert Wayne Presentation. (DRM) – 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., Room A-110 – The GPSSF Section will present the benefits of the section to the students upon graduation, including what the GPSSF can do for small and solo practitioners. Students will also be invited to the Small and Solo Firm Conference in January […]

The Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition – Deadline is January 6, 2014

The Federal Bar Association Section on Taxation sponsors an annual writing competition and invites law students to participate.  The Section on Taxation has recently named the annual competition the Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition in honor of former IRS Commissioner (1973-1977) DonAlexander, who passed away in 2009.  Mr. Alexander was a widely admired […]

2014 Summer Legal Internship Opportunities at the National Employment Law Project

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) is a non‐profit research and advocacy organization that partners with national, state and local allies – including community groups, immigrant advocacy organizations, worker centers, unions, policy makers and think tanks – to develop and promote policies and programs that create good jobs and enforce hard-won worker rights. NLP is currently […]