The Ticktin Law Group, P.A. Seeks Associate Litigation Attorney for its Deerfield Beach Office

The Ticktin Law Group could by the place for you. THE TICKTIN LAW GROUP is seeking to hire a new attorney to work out of our Deerfield Beach Office. We are a very busy, established law firm located in the Deerfield Beach area looking to hire an attorney to immediately fill a full-time position.

We have 3 office locations across the state of Florida, and are looking for a motivated, excited lawyer to work out of our Deerfield Beach Office. The lawyer will handle a wide-variety of civil ligation cases, including, business litigation, foreclosure defense, personal injury, employment law, and other types of commercial litigation. We will consider 0 -3 years of experience. Class of 2020 and 2021 are encouraged to apply.

We take pride in developing and mentoring our attorneys. At The Ticktin Law Group you will have the opportunity to handle non-jury trials, and jury trials, both first and second chair.

Our firm became famous for unearthing the robo-signers in our aggressive defense in foreclosure cases. In 2010, we were featured three times on the front page of the NY TIMES , and take great pride in winning our cases, and always having our client’s best interests in mind.

Salary to be discussed at interview. Non-Smokers Only

To apply, please see Symplicity Job Posting ID#27931.

South Broward Bar Association Invites Sutdents & Alumni to Monthly Meetings

The President of the South Broward Bar Association (SBBA) would like to invite students and alumni to attend their monthly meetings to network and learn. Students and alum are encouraged to use the opportunity to meet judges and local attorneys. Events are currently held via Zoom, until they are able to safely meet in-person.

Please check the events tab for the SBBA here.

Questions, please contact Bernardo “Ben” Protano, Esq., President, South Broward Bar Association.


International Firm Seeks Associate

International law firm with a diversified business practice representing a wide range of commercial, industrial and financial enterprises in the U.S and abroad seek Associate for its Miami office.

Candidate should possess 3 – 4 years of litigation experience. Strong academic credentials are preferred.

To apply, please see Symplicity Job Posting ID#28620.


Nebraska Governance & Technology Center Announces its First Annual Student Paper Competition: How Technology Regulates

The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC), based in the Nebraska College of Law in collaboration with the Nebraska Colleges of Business and Engineering, is pleased to announce its first annual student paper competition. The prompt for papers is “how technology regulates.”

Technology regulates human conduct in many ways. Technologies can be designed to enable or prohibit certain types of activity directly. They may be used instrumentally to monitor or control activity. Digital platforms’ content moderation decisions have effects on our information economy and democratic policy. Changing technologies can support, undermine, or confound existing regulations and regulatory norms, for instance by decentralizing currency or eroding the distinction between longstanding categories such as employees and independent contractors.

This competition is for papers on topics such as these. We are particularly interested in papers that use a clear methodology to provide insight into underlying theories of technology and regulation. Preference will be given to papers written in a style suitable for essay-style law review publication (e.g., 6,000-10,000 words and properly footnoted). To be considered for publication, papers should be written in a style suitable to law reviews, including proper Bluebook citations.


This competition is open to anyone who was a law or other graduate student during the 2020-2021 academic year. Co-authored papers are welcomed. Papers co-authored with non- students where the student author was the primary author may be considered on a case-by- case basis.


Papers should be submitted as Word documents using the form available here.


Papers should be submitted prior to June 30, 2021.


$4,000 first prize, $2,000 second prize, $1,000 third prize.


Papers will be judged by the NGTC faculty with input from the NGTC academic advisory board and editors of the Nebraska Law Review.


Winning papers that meet the Law Review’s publication requirements will be considered for publication in the Nebraska Law Review.


Questions should be directed to Elsbeth Magilton, Executive Director of the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center.

This Week at the CDO (Week of April 26th, 2021)

Tuesday, April 27, 2021:

  • Last day of classes– Congratulations on the completion of the spring 2021 semester and the 2020-2021 academic year.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021:

  • Reading Period Begins.

Saturday, May 1, 2021:

  • Final Exams Begin – Good luck with finals!

Information about Reading Period, Finals and Summer Break – The Career Development Office is available to assist during reading period, finals and summer break. Students and alumni are welcome to contact our office during this time.

Congratulations to our May 2021 graduates!

 *This is the last “This Week at the CDO” for the 2020-2021 academic year. The weekly posts will return in the fall.*

Equal Justice Works Opportunity for Law Students!

Deadline to Apply for this opportunity is April 30th.

Apply for the NAC.

Do you wish to expand public interest opportunities on law campuses across the country? Join the Equal Justice Works National Advisory Committee to help bridge the gap between law school and the public interest field.

The National Advisory Committee (NAC) is made up of eight law students and eight law school professionals who conduct outreach and provide feedback and advice on our programs and initiatives. NAC Members serve two-year staggered terms and new members are selected each spring.

As a NAC member, you will be responsible for:

  • Building relationships with law students and law school professionals within your assigned region
  • Promoting public interest opportunities and resources
  • Visiting and speaking at regional law schools
  • Reporting back to Equal Justice Works on public interest law issues, news, and events
  • Assisting with the annual Conference and Career Fair held every October held in Washington, D.C.
  • Assisting with the design, implementation and evaluation of select initiatives including the Student Representative program and the Regional Public Interest Awards

Applications are now open for the 2021-2023 National Advisory Committee. Because terms are staggered, not all regions have vacancies at this time. For those at schools not listed,
applications will open Spring 2022.

FOR LAW STUDENTS:  Equal Justice Works seeks four law students committed to public interest and social justice issues to serve two-year terms (July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2023) from the following regions:

  • Gulf (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS and PR)
  • Mountain (CO, IA, ID, KS, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, SD, UT, WI and WY)
  • Northeast (CT, MA, ME, NH, NY, RI and VT)
  • South (KY, NC, SC, TN, VA and WV)

Apply for the NAC.


Do you want extensive patent training from some of the most prominent female patent lawyers in the country?  Harrity is excited to host Harrity for Parity, our fourth annual Women’s Patent Workshop.  A select group of women will participate in this free four-day long program geared towards an introduction to the practice of patent law.  The program will take place virtually during the week of May 17-20, 2021 and is open to science and engineering students, law school students, and recent graduates.

DATES:   May 17, 2021 – May 20, 2021.


  • Prominent Guest Speakers
  • Patent Law Skills Training
  • Attorney Q & A Panels.
  • Writing Coach
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Legal Career Mentoring

The application window for Harrity for Parity 2021 is now OPEN!  Applications are due by 4/30/2021.  Early submissions are encouraged!

Eligibility Requirements:

Candidates Must:
1. Be in good standing as a science/engineering student or law student at an ABA accredited school, or be a recent engineering or law school graduate of an ABA accredited school;
2. Demonstrate a record of academic achievement;
3. Have a sincere interest in Harrity and practicing patent law; and
4. Have or be obtaining a background in a technical field (e.g., B.S. in Electrical Engineering, B.S. in Computer Science, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering or like such).

Click here for for more information AND to apply!

The FCBA Foundation Law School Summer Internship Stipend Program application has re-opened! The extended deadline is Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 6:00pm ET!

The FCBA Foundation Law School Summer Internship Stipend:

For the 28th consecutive year, the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) Foundation will award stipends to outstanding law students employed as unpaid summer interns, through the FCBA Foundation’s Law School Summer Internship Stipend Program.

The FCBA Foundation is actively looking to help students from around the country who want to dedicate their time and talent over the summer to government service in areas that relate to communications law, including broadcasting, cable, information technology, television, telephony, satellite, and wireless.  It also can include work at agencies and Congressional committees addressing other communications-related areas, including internet law and policy, privacy, cybersecurity, copyright, emerging technologies, and related policy and legal issues.

How much are the stipends?  The program provides stipends of up to $5,000.  In addition, the Foundation will select one outstanding intern among those chosen to receive an additional stipend for the summer: The Max Paglin Award. The Foundation considers funding from other sources in making award decisions and generally will adjust its stipend awards so that a recipient’s total funding for the internship will not exceed [$7,000].

Where can recipients work?  Over the years, stipends have been used by students to support work in diverse federal, state and local government agencies with a connection to the communications industry.  Examples of agencies where recipients can work include the FCC, FTC, NTIA, DOJ, DHS, NIST, and others.  Students can also work in Congress and in relevant parts of state and local government.

Where does the money come from?  The Law School Summer Internship Stipend Program awards stipends from its FCC Chairman Robert Emmet Lee Scholarship and Internship Fund, and last year provided support to 26 outstanding law students. FCBA individual and corporate members donate money to the FCBA Foundation to support these stipends.

Are there limitations on use of the funds?  Stipend recipients may be selected before they have finalized their summer plans, so the FCBA Foundation requires recipients to confirm in writing that they accept an unpaid internship at an eligible agency or government office.  Minimum requirements for internship duration and time commitment also apply. 

How to apply:  The application for the stipend will be available online until Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 6:00pm ET.  The application can be accessed here.

Questions:  If you have any questions about the Foundation Law School Summer Internship Stipend program or application, please contact Janeen Wynn.



This Week at the CDO (Week of April 19, 2021)

Tuesday, April 20, 2021:

  • CDO Presents: How to Have a Successful Summer Part I – 12:20 PM – 1:50 PM – Off Site VIRTUAL: Zoom: Join the CDO as we welcome attorneys and legal recruiters to discuss what to expect in your summer experience. Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you have questions, please email Alana Butin in the CDO.

Thursday, April 22, 2021:

  • CDO Presents: How to Have a Successful Summer Part II – 12:20 PM – 1:50 PM – Off Site VIRTUAL: Zoom: Please join the CDO and your classmates as we discuss what to expect in your summer experience. Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you have questions, please email Alana Butin in the CDO.


Starting Your Own Practice Zoom

Are you interested in starting your own firm after law school? Worried about going it alone? Join us for a free two-part event to learn from lawyers who did it and tools to help you make it on your own. Attendees of Part 2 will have the opportunity to win one of five $50 AMAZON e-gift cards courtesy of Thomson Reuters.

On April 21 and 22, the ABA Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Section and the Law Student Division will present two virtual programs about starting your own law practice. Students can register by clicking this link.