Top Ranked Firm Seeks Associate for its Real Estate Group in Jacksonville, FL – (Graduates with 1-4 Years’ Exp.)

The Jacksonville office of firm ranked among the top 100 law firms in the United States by The American Lawyer is seeking an Entry Level Attorney for its Real Estate Group. Candidate should possess 1 to 4 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions, including commercial loan originations, leasing, acquisition and sales transactions (e.g., purchase and sale agreements, commercial diligence, management agreements, brokerage agreements). Must possess an outstanding academic record (with a JD from an ABA accredited law school), along with excellent writing and analytical skills and be a member of The Florida Bar.

To apply, please visit Symplicity Job Posting ID#30079.

Invitation to Department of Justice, Volunteer Legal Internship Webinars – on November 9 and 10, 2021

Each year, over 2,000 volunteer legal interns serve in Justice components and U.S. Attorneys’ Offices throughout the country. Legal interns work on challenging and meaningful issues in various practice areas that impact our country.  

On Tuesday, November 9, and Wednesday, November 10, 2021, OARM is hosting three webinars introducing law students to DOJ’s Volunteer Legal Internship Program.  We will share information about summer and academic-year vacancies, the application process, and answer frequently asked questions. Students may attend any one of the webinars listed below.  

No RSVP is required, but students will need to use the following links to access the webinars: 

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 – 12:00 PM ET 

Link:  Volunteer Legal Internships at the U.S. Department of Justice

Date:  Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Time:  12:00 – 12:30 PM ET

Event Password:  VLIPWebinar21 (Event password should populate automatically.)

Event Code (Access Code):   2761 325 9845 (You should not need this code, if you follow the above link.)  


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2021 – 1:00 PM ET or 3:00 PM ET 

Link:  Volunteer Legal Internships at the U.S. Department of Justice

Date:  Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Time:  1:00 – 1:30 PM ET

Event Password:  VLIPWebinar21 (Event password should populate automatically.)

Event Code (Access Code):   2761 979 4593 (You should not need this code, if you follow the above link.)  


Link:  Volunteer Legal Internships at the U.S. Department of Justice

Date:  Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Time:  3:00 – 3:30 PM ET

Event Password:  VLIPWebinar21 (Event password should populate automatically.)

Event Code (Access Code):   2761 061 6720 (You should not need this code, if you follow the above link.) 

Call-In:  (210) 795-0506 US Toll / 1-877-465-7975 US Toll Free

Need help?  Email here.  

Dade Legal Aid and Put Something Back Invites you to the 36TH ANNUAL VIEW FROM THE BENCH SEMINAR!

Dade Legal Aid Put Something Back Invites You to Attend The 36th Annual View from the Bench Seminar Virtual Edition on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021.

Moderator: Gerald I. Kornreich, Esq.

WHEN:    Friday, November 5, 2021 – Via Zoom                   TIME: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

CLE:    3.50 CLE Credits, including .5 Ethics and 1.5 Marital & Family Law Certification applied for.

COST: FREE for all attorneys who agree to accept at least one pro bono family case from Put Something Back. Otherwise, the cost is $80.00 (DCBA Members) and $90.00 (DCBA Non-Members).


DISCOVER DELAWARE!!!! The Delaware Diversity Job Fair Invites You to a Virtual Roundtable on Thursday, November 4th, 2021

Law students, especially 1L students, are invited to a virtual roundtable discussion about practicing law in Delaware. Doneene Damon, the first African-American attorney to make partner at a major Delaware law firm, and the first African-American woman to be elected president of a major Delaware law firm, will moderate a panel of four diverse partners who will discuss why students should consider working in Delaware.

RSVP Here!


House Office of Diversity and Inclusion Newsletter: Upcoming Events and Jobs

Welcome to the House Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s newsletter series. Every week, we will deliver new House and Senate vacancies, events and more – straight to your inbox!

The House of Representatives is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce. In one of the first acts of the 116th Congress, the House established the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. This office is charged with submitting to Congress a diversity plan to direct and guide House employing offices to recruit, hire, train, develop, advance, promote, and retain a diverse workforce. Additionally, the office will develop and conduct a survey to evaluate diversity in House employing offices.

The 116th Congress is the most diverse class of members in the history of Congress. More than one-in-five voting members, 22%, of the House and Senate are racial or ethnic minorities. A key component to ensuring the House celebrates and retains diversity is to promote policies which assist member offices in hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. Congressional staffers make a direct impact on the lives and well-being of millions of Americans, these staffers should reflect our rich diversity.

We Are Hiring! Interested in the DC area? There are job opportunities for both Democrats and Republicans that could be of interest for those seeking work in DC in the House or Senate. The House Office of Diversity and Inclusion will walk you through the application process, review your resumes and set up mock interviews specific to what the departments and committees look for in candidates. All you have to do is contact them!

For employment and internship opportunities, please click here. To subscribe to newsletter, click here.

Our 7-member, bipartisan office is here to provide invaluable resources to support your offices and its staffers. Should you have any questions, or would like to schedule an appointment with one of professional staffers, please contact us.



Attend Health Law Association (HLA) Career Panel on October 25, 2021

CAREERS IN HEALTH LAW: Health Law Association Presents:

  • Gary B. Glass, HealthChannels
  • Nicole Graham, Cleveland Clinic
  • Annemarie Boyan, Penn State Health
  • Michael Gennett, Polsinelli

When:   Oct 25, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register here in advance for this meeting.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Get to Know Hogan Lovells! 1Ls Invited to Virtual Program on November 9, 2021!

Hogan Lovells is a diverse community, and one of uncommon commitment. Coming together from all backgrounds, with different experiences and skillsets, we thrive on making a positive impact. Want to learn more? First year law students are invited to attend a virtual program to introduce you to the firm. Panelists will include lawyers representing a variety of our U.S. offices who will
provide an overview of the firm, share their stories, and answer your questions.

The program will be hosted twice on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, please plan to attend one. Reserve your spot today by submitting your RSVP for the time that best accommodates your schedule. Please visit our U.S. Careers Site to learn more about us in advance.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PT
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET
To RSVP, please click here.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. PT
8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. ET
To RSVP, please click here.

Venue:  Zoom link provided upon confirmation of RSVP.

Contact us here.

LatinoJustice LEGAL INTERNSHIPS in New York and Orlando

About Us

LatinoJustice PRLDEF is one of the foremost Latino civil rights organizations in the country, serving a pan-Latino constituency. Since 1972, we have been bringing precedent-setting impact litigation that has profoundly improved the way Latinos are treated in our society. Our current areas of focus include:

  • Immigrants’ Rights
  • Voting Rights
  • Redistricting
  • Housing
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Job Discrimination
  • Treatment of Day Laborers
  • Freedom of Movement
  • Bias that affect the Latinx Community

Lozano v. City of Hazleton, enjoining a Pennsylvania town from enacting its own anti- immigrant ordinance; Aguilar v. U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement, successfully challenging ICE’s home raids practices in NY, resulting in groundbreaking settlement reforming ICE’s national home raids procedures, payment of $1 million dollars in damages and fees and providing immigration relief to plaintiffs facing removal; Perez-Santiago v. Volusia County, successful Section 4e voting rights case requiring Florida county to provide bilingual ballots; and recent historic victories include representing Cesar Vargas, nationally known DREAMer activities and dacamented law graduate in his successful NYS bar admission.

We are proud to have a professional team deeply committed to our mission. We look to hire individuals who share our commitment, who are emotionally intelligent, emphatic, and good team players. We strive to maintain a positive, interconnected, value driven culture, where opportunities for individual and professional development are available to all. If this sounds like the kind of place you’d like to be, we invite you to apply to any of the internship opportunities below.

Term Internships

LatinoJustice interns conduct fact investigations and legal research, draft sections of legal briefs and memos of law, participate in client & witness interviews and trial preparation, and accompany staff lawyers to court proceedings and legislative hearings. Law students are included in every stage of planning, developing and prosecuting our impact cases. Recent student work has included research into the First Amendment rights of day laborers, the Fourth Amendment rights of individuals involved in immigration home raids, and the Fourteenth Amendment right to equal protection. Term interns are expected to work 12-15 hours/week during the semester subject to class schedule availability.

The Summer Program

Each summer, several rising 2L and 3L students from around the country join LatinoJustice for a 10-12-week full-time internship. Past summer interns have on occasion continued to work on LatinoJustice cases upon returning to school and writing law review articles on substantive issues they worked on.

In NYC, we join our civil rights colleagues from the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) and NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF) to organize a Summer Racial Justice Series which provide unique networking opportunities and an opportunity to hear from leading civil rights practitioners. Past presentations have included the future of desegregation, emerging issues in immigrants’ rights, school to prison pipeline, and building public interest careers via clerkships and fellowships.

LatinoJustice also has a Long Island Satellite Office located in Touro Law School’s Public Advocacy Center in Central Islip.

LatinoJustice’s Southeast Regional Office opened in July 2014. The Southeast Regional Office also offers great networking opportunities with local Latinx community service organizations and Hispanic bar groups.

Please note that LatinoJustice has also sponsored several former term and summer interns for post-graduate public interest fellowships.


We are seeking:

  • Energetic, motivated law students with a record of commitment to social justice work
  • Excellent legal, written, research, and communications
  • Bilingual Spanish/English is a plus but not required.

We are happy to help students obtain academic course credit through school clinical externship programs and/or satisfy pro bono volunteer requirements at school or for bar admission.

LatinoJustice PRLDEF is an equal opportunity employer and considers all applications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.


To apply for Spring 2022 Legal Internship – Southeast Office, click here. To apply for an internship with LatinoJustice PRLDEF, please visit the careers tab on our website. This opportunity is also posted on Symplicity Job Posting ID#30350.

What I Wish I Knew Then: A Conversation with our Hispanic/Latinx/Pacific & Asian American Attorneys Webinar on October 27, 2021

Join Reed Smith for our sixth webinar in our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion series. “What I Wish I Knew Then” will feature a panel discussion with some of Reed Smith’s Hispanic, Latinx, Pacific American & Asian American attorneys. Our panelists will share stories about their individual career paths to Big Law and the lessons they have learned along the way—all with the goal of helping you successfully navigate your law school experience and launch your legal career.

After the panel, we will host several small group sessions, allowing you to connect with our attorneys and your peers in a more informal setting.


Date:     Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Length: 90 Minutes

Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. ET


  • Welcome & Introduction
  • Attorney Panel
  • Small Group Breakout Discussions


  • Ernie Ocampo, Partner, Century City/Partner Chair of Reed Smith’s Asian American Business Inclusion Group
  • Julia López, Partner, Princeton/Partner Chair of Reed Smith’s Hispanic/Latinx Business Inclusion Group (UNIDOS)
  • Janet Kwuon, Partner, Los Angeles
  • Edward Estrada, Partner, New York
  • Randa Lewis, Associate, Pittsburgh
  • Leidy Gutierrez, Associate, Princeton

We encourage you to participate in this conversation by clicking the ‘Register Here’ button below. We will send a confirmation email with webinar and small group session information during the week of October 25.


Applications Available: 2022 Scholarships for the Annual Conference of the Forum on Communications Law

Applicants must be a registered law student at an ABA-approved law school and must be a member of the ABA Law Student Division* to be considered.

*Note: Membership in the ABA Law Student Division is FREE!  Please select the ABA Forum on Communications Law as your first choice for Section, Division, and Forum membership.  It’s all FREE!!

Application Deadline: November 30, 2022