NEWS, PROGRAMS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Attend The Career Development Office Workshops for 1L
Development Office ("CDO") will host mandatory career development
workshops for 1L students in January. All sessions are
the same and you will only need to attend one. All sessions
will take place at 12:30 p.m.
January 24th in room 309
January 25th in room 309
January 26th at the Learning Center, room 170
January 28th in room 352
Sample Opportunities for 1L Students With Upcoming
The following opportunities are some of the many
available to 1L students this summer, all with deadlines prior to or
around the start of classes next semester. If you are
interested in any of these opportunities, please be sure to speak
with your CDO advisor about how best to proceed with the application
Many of these opportunities and more are
posted on Symplicity, the CDO online job posting database. You
should have received your Symplicity login information on November
1. If you need your login information resent, please let the
To view job postings on Symplicity, log onto the
system at https://law-miami-csm.symplicity.com/students
and select Job Postings from the top navigation bar. You can
filter job postings by position type and sort results by
deadline. If you want additional instructions on how to use
Symplicity, please view the Student Guide to Symplicity available
Florida Bar Foundation Fellowship
The Florida Bar Foundation is sponsoring the 2011
Legal Aid Summer Fellowship Program at legal aid and legal services
programs in Florida. It is expected that approximately 20
full-time fellowships will be offered to first and second-year law
students. The Legal Services Summer Fellowship Program runs for a
period of 11 weeks and is a full-time position for the summer.
Fellowship stipends are expected to be $5,500 for first-year
students and $7,000 for second-year students for the eleven week
period. The application deadline
is January 19th. More
information is available in Symplicity posting #5734 and at http://www.flabarfndn.org/grant-programs/lsa/summer-fellowship-program.aspx.
American Bar Association (ABA) Summer
Business Law Section
Diversity Clerkship Program: Provides summer
business law internship placements to qualified first or second year
law students. This program is designed to expose participants to
essential business practices. In considering a student's diversity,
the Section will give special consideration to individuals who have
overcome social or economic disadvantages such as a physical
disability, financial constraints, or cultural impediments to
becoming a law student. The
application deadline is January
20th. More information is
available in Symplicity job posting #7284.
and Resources Law Section Fellowships in Environmental
Law: designed to encourage disadvantaged or
traditionally underrepresented law students to study and pursue
careers in environmental law. The Sections work on
environmental justice is coordinated with not-for-profit
organizations representing traditionally underserved groups, other
not-for-profit environmental organizations, and local, state and
federal governmental organization. Fellowship placements are
currently available in Florida, California, North Carolina and Rhode
Island. Deadlines vary. The
earliest deadline is January 18th for the Florida
placement. More information is available in
Symplicity posting #7477.
Antitrust Section Janet
D. Steiger Fellowship Project: 20 first or
second year law students serve a minimum of eight weeks in the
consumer protection department of one of the participating State
Attorney General Offices during the summer of 2011. Each selected
student will receive a $5,000 stipend for the summer. The application deadline is January
31st. More information is
available in Symplicity job posting #4433.
US Department of Justice Volunteer
The U.S. Department of Justice offers
approximately 1,000 volunteer internships each summer to 1L and 2L
students. Many opportunities are available in Washington, D.C.
but opportunities are available with United States Attorneys
Offices throughout the country. Application deadlines vary, with many due in
January and February. To learn more about
available opportunities, please visit http://www.justice.gov/oarm/arm/int/internsum11.htm.
Summer judicial internships are available at
every level of the judiciary at both the federal and state
level. Federal judges begin to interview and hire summer
judicial interns early in the year. Most state court judges
hire throughout the spring semester. Students interested in interning with a federal
judge this summer should begin their internship search in
U.S. Department of State Foreign Service Information
Jeffry R. Olesen, a Senior Foreign Service
Officer and Diplomat-in-Residence at Florida International
University and Miami-Dade College, will give an Information Session
on State Department careers on Monday,
March 7 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm in Room
The presentation will cover both Foreign Service
Officer and Specialist job opportunities, Civil Service and student
internships. The Foreign Service Officer Selection Process will
also be reviewed, as well as issues about Foreign Service life and
how best to prepare for a career in International Affairs.
All students are welcome to attend. For further
information, please visit the Department of State employment website
Attorneys' Title Fund Services, LLC January 2011 Legal
Education Department Seminars
ATTORNEYS TITLE FUND SERVICES,
January 2011 Legal Education Department
The Fund offers seminars to law students. As a
law student, you are eligible to attend any of these seminars, on a
space available basis, AT NO CHARGE. If you would like to attend a
seminar, please complete the registration form which can be picked
up at the CDO (cross through the charge part, indicate on the form
you are a law student) and send it to the Fund's Education
Registrar, by mail, fax, or e-mail. Alternatively, you can register
by telephone at 888-407-7775. The Fund encourages advance
registrations, as space is limited. By registering in advance
we can inform you of any changes to the schedule or a change in
As a law student who has signed up with The Fund,
you are eligible to receive a complimentary copy of the monthly Fund
Concept. To see a
listing of Fund Seminars for January 2011, please visit http://www.thefund.com/content/_files/Portal/Services/Download/Education110101.pdf.
The Hillsborough County Bar Association Diversity
Committee Proudly Presents the 4th Annual Central Florida Diversity
County Bar Association is inviting students to attend the 4th
Annual Central Florida Diversity Picnic to be held on February 26, 2011 from 1:00 -4:00
pm at the Chester H. Ferguson Law Center, located at
1610 N. Tampa Street, Tampa 33602.
be Food, Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Drinks, Live Entertainment and an
event is free of charge. Please RSVP at 221-7777.
The Santa Clara 2011 Centennial Celebration Student
2011 Centennial Celebration
Future Ethical Challenges in Intellectual
International Property Law and Public Interest
Submission Deadline: January 31,
unpublished scholarly writing on future ethical challenges lawyers
may face practicing in the areas of (i) intellectual property law,
(ii) international law or (iii) public interest
Prizes: The winning submission in each of
the three areas will receive a $1,000 prize. One of the three
winning submissions will be selected as the overall winner and will
receive an additional $1,000 prize and be considered for publication
in the Santa Clara Law Review. All three winners will be invited to
present their papers and receive their prizes at an event
co-sponsored by the School of Law and the Markkula Center for
Judging: The entries will be
judged anonymously based on quality, clarity, originality and
organization by a panel of practicing attorneys, judges and law
Eligibility: The submission must be
written by an upper division student currently enrolled (full-time
or part-time) in an ABA-accredited law school. Full-time students
expecting to receive their degrees in 2011 or 2012 and part-time
students expecting to receive their degrees in 2011, 2012 and 2013
are eligible for consideration. The submission must be written by
one and only one student, without line editing by professors or
other advisors. No paper that has been published previously in any
form shall be considered.
Entries must be received by midnight, Pacific Time, January 31,
Format: The maximum length of
submissions is 12,000 words, inclusive of footnotes, in Times New
Roman 12-point typeface, triple-spaced, with one-inch margins and
page numbers on bottom center of the page. To ensure anonymity, the
authors name should appear only on a separate cover page with
mailing address, telephone number, email address and name of law
school. Entries should be submitted as an email attachment in
electronic format (Word 2003 or higher or searchable
Questions: Please send to the SCU
2011 Centennial Student Writing Competition at firstname.lastname@example.org. For
writing competition FAQs, please visit http://law.scu.edu/100/file/writing-competition-faq.pdf.
Free Foreign Service Officer Test Selection Process
Foreign Service Officer ("FSO") Test Selection
Monday, January 17, 2011
PM 7:00 PM
Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT) and Oral Assessment (FSOA)
Prep Session will be held on Monday, January 17, 2011 at Florida
International Universitys Graham Center, room 316, on the Modesto
Maidique campus (MMC) located at 11200 SW 8th St.,
is designed for individuals planning to take the FSOT and/or the
FSOA in the near future. The evening will be a discussion of
the overall FSOT selection process. The FSOT portion will
include a review of the five career tracks, and a discussion of the
written test and essay. The FSOA portion will discuss the three
components of the oral assessment.
information can be obtained at the U.S. Department of States
employment website at www.careers.state.gov.
University of Miami School of Law Legal Corps
Legal Corps is an ambitious
postgraduate fellowship program which will place recent law
graduates in government agencies, public interest organizations, and
judicial chambers in Florida and throughout the country. The recent
economic crisis has resulted in a reduction of funding for public
sector agencies while the demand for legal services has dramatically
increased. The goal of Legal Corps is to fill the gaps at these
understaffed agencies by providing them with some of the most
prepared, skilled and diverse individuals entering the legal
For more information about Legal Corps, please visit http://www.law.miami.edu/cdo/legal_corps.php. All inquiries should be sent to email@example.com. You
can also call (305) 576 - 9303.
The University of Connecticut School of Law Student
Legal Writing Competition
The Competition rules and an intent to enter
form are available
online at http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/9541.
All students intending to enter the
competition must register by April 15,
must be received by 5:00 p.m. on June 1, 2011. Details on how
to submit entries are available at http://www.law.uconn.edu/node/9541.
The School of Advanced Studies in the UK Offering
Postgraduate Study and Research
The School of Advanced Study is the UK's national
centre for the promotion and facilitation of research in the
humanities and social sciences and is located in Bloomsbury, in
central London. The School brings together the specialized
scholarship and resources of ten prestigious postgraduate research
institutes to provide a uniquely multidisciplinary postgraduate
community where students and researchers can benefit both from the
specialist expertise of a single research institute and the
inspiring body of scholarship across the School and the University
of London as a whole.
Postgraduate study and research opportunities are
The School also offers a number of postgraduate
and postdoctoral funding opportunities <http://www.sas.ac.uk/fileadmin/documents/postgraduate/SAS_postgrad_funding_2011-12.pdf>
In addition to postgraduate study and research
opportunities, the School of Advanced Study provides the following
specialist services to humanities and social science scholars in the
UK and around the world:
Tax Law Writing
The scope of
permissible topics for the writing competition is broad any aspect
of Tax Law is acceptable. Students are encouraged to submit a paper
on a public policy issue, a critique of a leading case or doctrine,
a comment on a statute or the need for statutory modification, or a
comment on a common law doctrine.
currently enrolled law school student, JD or LL.M. candidate,
attending an ABA accredited law school in the United States may
enter. Entries will be evaluated on topic selection, analysis,
quality of research, grammar, spelling, usage and syntax, clarity,
structure, and overall appearance.
A grand prize
of $3,000 plus two honorable mentions of $1,000 will be awarded. The
winners paper will also be posted on the website of The John
Marshall Law School Center for Tax Law & Employee Benefits and
excerpted in an upcoming issue of the Centers quarterly
paper must be the applicants original work. Each student entrant is
limited to one entry; multiple entries from the same person are
expressly prohibited. Additionally, the paper must not be under
consideration for any other publication or written as part of paid
Specifications: All papers are
to be submitted electronically by
e-mail. Please reference
Writing Competition in the subject line. Your paper should be
typed double-spaced, set in Times New Roman font on 8.5×11 inch
paper with 1 inch margins on all sides. Papers are to be formatted
with endnotes. Papers submitted with footnotes will not be accepted.
Entries should be between 25-30 pages long, not including endnotes.
Citations are to conform to A Uniform System of Citation (the
All entries must be received by Friday, April 15,
submitted after that date will not be considered. Include a cover
letter with your entry stating your name, mailing address, and phone
number along with the name of your law school and your expected year
any additional questions to Steven
To download a
copy of the rules, visit http://www.jmls.edu/academics/tax_eb_law/pdf/2011_Faherty_Rules.pdf.
Legal Brief Writing Contest Announced by New Tupper
Lake Business Association
On Friday, November 19th,
the newly created Tupper Lake Business Community, Inc. announced a
writing contest that is being submitted to law schools around the
country, seeking students who are interested in preparing a brief
concerning the influences that have had a negative effect on the
Adirondack economy. Full details and rules regarding the
contest are posted online at http://tlbusiness.org.
First prize for the writing contest
will be $7,500; second prize $2,000; and third prize $500. All
brief submissions must be received by April 15th.
The panel of judges will be announced in the near future.
Committee Spokespeople Mark Moeller
and Beth Johnson told the group of nearly 50 people, that there has
been tremendous attention given to the environment in the Adirondack
Park, with little regard to the economy. Moeller noted, "the
intent of the contest is to have the law students from around the
country review the influences on local businesses as well as on the
regulatory agencies within the Adirondack Park, by outside parties
and preservationist advocacy groups, and to prepare a brief that
will be judged by a panel of experts in order to highlight and
quantify the impact those influences have had on the economy and the
people of the Adirondacks."
Johnson added, "we believe this group
supports the true intent of the Adirondack Park Act, and believes
the staff of the Adirondack Park Agency are true professionals that
care about the environment and economy of the Park. This
effort is not directed at them." Johnson went on to say,
"there are groups who have had an undue adverse impact on our
economy, and have used tactics that have come at a great cost to the
local economies within the Park."
Moeller also clarified the difference
between this group and ARISE. "The TLBC group has a very
narrow focus with donations going for a specific purpose.
ARISE has a more broad approach, and they are not set up for this
type of advocacy."
The writing contest will focus
specifically on Tupper Lake, knowing that much of the information
provided by the students, will have a regional implication.
Attorneys Doug Wright and Kirk
Gagnier, have been in contact with top law schools and, gauging the
reaction by some of the professors, have reported that there seems
to be overwhelming excitement about the project. Gagnier said,
"there is a growing trend across the country, that advocacy group
influence has come at a quantifiable cost, and this writing contest
will offer a legal opinion on the impact felt in Tupper Lake."
Wright added, "there has been no
discussion of this leading to a legal suit against any groups or
individuals. This is an educational, research based effort
that will be reviewed carefully after the submissions are made."
Business Community, Inc. is a New York not-for-profit
association of businesses, formed to aggressively solicit
information and solutions from various groups to advance the
business environment in upstate New York, specifically Tupper
Lake. More information is available at http://tlbusiness.org.
The Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and
ASIL Have Launched the International Humanitarian Law Student
Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American University
Washington College of Law and the American Society of International
Laws Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict (ASIL) have
launched the International Humanitarian Law Student Writing
Competition. The Competition seeks submissions of academic
papers on the topic of IHL from students currently enrolled in a law
degree program in the United States or abroad. The purpose of the
Competition is to enhance scholarship and deepen understanding among
students in this important area of international law. In addition to
publishing the winning submissions in an academic journal, the
winning authors will be flown to Washington, DC, to present their
papers at a conference at the Washington College of Law focused on
emerging issues in IHL with a panel of expert professors and
practitioners. Winners also will receive a one-year ASIL
eligible to make a submission, students must be enrolled in a law
degree program at a US or foreign law school. Submissions must be
unpublished academic papers on a topic within the scope of
international humanitarian law. The
deadline for submissions is Monday, January 31, 2011 by 12pm EST.
Competition presents an invaluable opportunity for students.
For complete rules and submission
guidelines, please visit http://www.wcl.american.edu/humright/center/student_ihl_writing_competition.cfm.
The Levit Essay Contest for Law Students and Young
For Innovative Research and Writing on Lawyers' Professional
An Annual Competition
Concluding Every April
$5,000 PRIZE & a free
trip to Boston, MA!
Contest Deadline &
ONLINE entries MUST be
submitted by 11:59 PM CST on February 18, 2011.
MUST be postmarked by February 18, 2011.
The contest encourages
original and innovative research and writing in the area of legal
malpractice law, professional liability insurance and loss
Cash award of $5,000.
All expense paid trip to the Spring 2011 National Legal Malpractice
Conference in Boston, MA on April 27-29.
The Bert W. Levit
Essay Contest is conducted by the American Bar Association Standing
Committee on Lawyers Professional Liability and the San Francisco
law firm of Long & Levit LLP. The 2011 contest is administered
and judged by a subcommittee designated by the ABA Standing
Committee on Lawyers Professional Liability.
The 2011 Contest Essay Hypothetical
concerns whether a party who has engaged in fraud has standing to
bring a suit against a lawyer for fraud and legal malpractice based
on the lawyers conduct relating to the fraud itself, or rather if
such a claim is barred by the doctrine of in pari delicto,
which prohibits one wrongdoer from suing another wrongdoer for a
fraud the two parties committed together.
additional information, please visit http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/lpl/levit/levit.html.
University of La Verne Law Review Writing
The University of La Verne Law
Review is seeking
submissions for its Symposium Issue on ADR to be published in fall
2011. Law students have the opportunity to submit a Note or
Comment to be considered for its Student Writing
The grand prize is $200 and publication
in volume 33 of the University of
La Verne Law Review. An eligible Note or Comment must have
been written while the author was an enrolled student in an
ABA-accredited law school during the 2010 calendar year. No
paper that has been published in any form will be
Submissions must include a
cover page which identifies the authors name and law school
affiliation, the title of the paper, and contact information
including mailing address, telephone number and current email
address. An abstract of the submission should follow the cover
page. The authors name, school or any identifying information
must not appear on any page of the Note or Comment except for the
submissions must be emailed by
July 31, 2011. Write ADR Student Writing
Contest in the subject line. Early submissions are
Wildlife and Conservation Law Writing
Conservation Law Writing Contest
by the Legal Committee of the Southeastern Association of Fish &
Wildlife Agencies ("SEAFWA"). SEAFWA is an organization whose
members are the state agencies primarily responsible for the
management and protection of fish and wildlife resources in the 16
southeastern states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Member
states include Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana and Texas. The Legal
Committee is composed of attorneys representing the members.
winning paper will be published at the SEAFWA Annual Conference on
October 22-26, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. The winner will receive
up to $1,000.00 to defray the cost of a trip to the conference to
present the paper.
may select their own topic relating to fish and wildlife, habitat or
conservation law or choose from the following topics:
Constitutional issues relating to the state regulation of hunting
Criminal Law issues related to the regulation of hunting and
Liability of states for damage by wildlife;
Privatization of fish and wildlife resources;
Issues arising under the Endangered Species Act;
Regulation of exotic wildlife/holding wildlife as pets/exotic
wildlife trade and commerce.
will be judged by a panel of legal committee members based on:
Substantive content (papers subject to a 25-page maximum on text)
interested in preparing for a future in fish and wildlife
conservation who attend an ABA accredited law school in a SEAFWA
state or who are legal residents of a SEAFWA state may submit papers
no later than July 31, 2011
Sheryl Holtman, General Counsel
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
P.O. Box 40747
Nashville, TN 37204
information on the SEAFWA and the annual conference, see www.seafwa.org.
SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
Carlton Fields Diversity
Carlton Fields is dedicated to promoting
diversity and fostering an environment of inclusion and respect. The
firm recognizes that diverse backgrounds and perspectives enrich the
workplace and add value to the legal services they provide to their
As part of an ongoing commitment to diversity and
inclusion, Carlton Fields is sponsoring the Carlton Fields Diversity
Scholarships to qualifying first-year law students. Each scholarship
recipient will receive a paid position in the firm's summer
associate program (Tampa, Miami, West Palm Beach, or Orlando
offices) and a $5,000 scholarship. One scholarship will be awarded
to a student attending a Florida law school; the second will be
awarded to a student attending a law school outside the state of
- Diverse backgrounds, including ethnicity,
race, gender, sexual orientation, culture, or disabilities;
- Good standing as a first-year law student at
an ABA accredited law school;
- Possess record of achievement that
demonstrates great promise for a successful legal career;
- Possess a high level of work intensity and
aspire to practice law in a highly focused but collegial setting;
- Demonstrated leadership ability, excellent
writing and interpersonal skills and academic achievement
Applicants Must Submit the Following
- Application form (available to download from
our website at www.carltonfields.com);
- Current resume;
- Official transcript;
- Two letters of reference from law professors
and/or deans; and
- A personal statement describing background and
interests the applicant would bring to the summer associate
program and why applicant believes he/she is a strong candidate
for the scholarship.
must be received by February 5, 2011.
The Fowler White Diversity
Fowler White Boggs P.A. is pleased to
announce that it is now accepting applications for its 2011
diversity scholarship program. Fowler White strives to increase
diversity in the legal field and offers this scholarship program to
support those individuals with similar goals and
interests. This program is open to law students in their second
or third year who have demonstrated a commitment to
diversity. Diversity comes in many forms, including age,
gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation,
physical ability, marital status, economic background and life
experiences. Fowler White promotes all types of diversity in
the practice of law and will award up to two scholarships per year
through this program. Successful applicants will be awarded a
Interested applicants should fill out
the application and attach a current resume, a personal statement
(not to exceed 1,500 words), a sealed transcript, and two (2)
letters of recommendation (one must be from a law professor).
The personal statement should describe the applicants leadership,
relevant background and characteristics, and commitment to
diversity. While financial need is not determinative, please
explain any financial need you would like the selection committee to
application materials by January 31,
2011 to Kerri Haley, Fowler White Boggs P.A.,
P.O. Box 1438, Tampa, FL 33601. Applicants will be notified
about selection by February 28, 2011.
For additional information and to
complete an application, please visit
American Health Lawyers Association Summer Diversity
June through Mid-August, 2011. Preferred start
date early June, 2011.
Nominal monetary stipend will be provided
throughout the eight week period (paid bi-monthly).
This payment is based on an approximate 30 hour work week.
- 1L or 2L at an ABA-accredited law school
- U.S. citizen
- Law student is of diverse background
- Excellent writing, editing, research and
- Assist (80%) the Vice President and Managing
Editor of Professional Resources by:
Editing the Journal of Health and Life Sciences
Law, including cite-checking
Editing the Health Lawyers Weekly
Editing Practice Group newsletters and member
Writing case summaries for the Health Law
Interviewing leaders and writing special profiles for
the Health Lawyers Weekly
Monitoring and identifying legal developments in
Attending Professional Resources staff
Assist (20%) Senior Manager of Public Interest by:
Editing documents in the Public Information Series
Researching topics for the Conversations with
Assisting in the marketing of Public Interest
Researching various fundraising initiatives
Attending public interest staff meetings
Assisting with efforts and initiatives of the
Associations Diversity Council
Aside from writing, researching and editing, the
law student intern will also:
- Attend networking lunches with local health
attorneys from small and large firms, solo practitioners,
government attorneys, in-house counsel, etc.
- Attend the AHLA Annual Meeting in Boston, MA
(June 26 June 29, 2011), a major networking opportunity with
health lawyers from around the country while attending select CLE
programs and other programs related to the conference.
To apply for this internship, please send a
formal cover letter and resume to Cynthia Conner, Vice President of
Professional Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax to her attention at 202-833-1105.
Monday, February 7,
Only candidates chosen for an interview will be
notified. No phone calls, please.
F. Malcolm Cunningham Sr. Bar Association Bar
The F. Malcolm
Cunningham, Sr. Bar Association is seeking candidates for the Bar
Preparation Scholarship. The Association provides scholarships
to offset bar examination preparation expenses for economically
disadvantaged third-year law students who are members of the Black
Law Students Association or Caribbean Law Students Association who
demonstrate a commitment to excellence. The award will be
presented at the annual William M. Holland Scholarship luncheon to
be held on February 12, 2010 at the Palm Beach County Convention
The criteria for
scholarship eligibility are listed below.
must graduate from law school and must be scheduled to take the
Florida Bar Examination in February or July 2010.
Criteria for Selection:
Academic performance; involvement and leadership in law school
organizations; work experience while attending law school; law
school awards and honors; financial need
Number of Awards: The
Association will award two (2) scholarships
Application: All applicants
must complete the application and provide all supporting documents
including personal statement, resume, transcript and declaration of
financial need. The application is available on the CDO Student
Portal in the Scholarship Information folder or via email
from Diane Quick at email@example.com or Tamesha Keel at firstname.lastname@example.org at the CDO.
Interviews: An interview
with the scholarship committee may be required
Deadline: Submit your completed
application to be received by 5:00 p.m. on February 5,
National Security Law
The Georgetown Center on National Security and
the Law is pleased to announce a new two-year National Security Law
Fellowship designed for a highly-qualified law graduate specializing
in national security law who intends to pursue a law teaching
The Center seeks applicants who have demonstrated
an aptitude for independent scholarly research, as demonstrated by
their scholarly work in law school, research related to other
graduate degree programs, and/or their professional activities after
law school. The Fellow's time will be spent producing significant
scholarship for publication. The Fellow also will contribute to the
intellectual life of the Center, by regularly contributing
commentary to the Security Law Brief blog run by the Center, and
will have the opportunity to take part in the Georgetown Law
Fellows' Collaborative in preparation for the academic job market.
This fellowship is designed for individuals intending to go onto the
legal academic job market within two years.
Please visit www.law.georgetown.edu/cnsl/fellowships.htm for
more details, including application instructions.
2011 Diversity Fellowships in Environmental
The Florida Bar's Environmental and Land Use Law Section
("ELULS") is partnering with the American Bar Association Section of
Environment, Energy, and Resources to fund the Fellowships in Environmental Law Program
in Florida. The program is designed to encourage students
from underprivileged and disadvantaged backgrounds to study and
pursue careers in environmental and/or land use law. The program is
open to first and second-year law students (and third year night
The program will fund two full time summer internships at a
government agency or public interest organization in Florida with a
stipend of $5,000.00 each. The Fellowship guidelines require an 8-10
week full time commitment wherein the recipient will work on legal
matters for a government agency or a public interest organization in
the fields of environment, energy, natural resources and/or land use
law. The recipient is required to work on-site with the host
organization and to have no other employment that interferes with
the full time commitment.
In addition, each recipient will be expected to attend the Annual
Update meeting of the ELULS and will be assigned a mentor from the
Section to aid in the pursuit of a career in environmental and/or
land use law.
Applications can be found on the ELULS and the ABA-SEER websites:
http://www.eluls.org/lawschools.html and http://www.abanet.org/environ/committees/lawstudents/fellowship_home.shtml.
Applications need to be postmarked by
January 18, 2011. If you have any
questions please contact Jeanne M. Zokovitch Paben at email@example.com
or (321) 206-5750.
ABA fellowships will be awarded primarily upon the
applicants essay, transcript, resume and application. Members of
the selection committee will conduct a phone interview with the most
competitive candidates, to determine who will ultimately be selected
to participate in the Fellowship.
Completed applications and
related documents must be postmarked by January 18,
If you have any questions, please contact Lori Lorenzo, Associate
Director, Diversity & Special Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lewis & Clark
2010-2011 Distinguished Environmental Law Scholar
FELLOWSHIP - Legal
The Distinguished Environmental Law Scholar researches and writes
at least one article or other scholarly piece on topics of his/her
choice in the environmental or natural resources fields. The Scholar
also writes a short article for the newsletter, participates in the
LL.M. seminar and, depending on interest and experience, may teach a
seminar in the environmental/natural resources curriculum and
contribute in other ways to the law school community. This is a one
year position which begins in late August.
See http://www.lclark.edu/dept/elaw/nrli_fellowship.html for more information.
students and practitioners.
Environmental Law Scholar receives a stipend of $25,000.00, plus
generous employer contribution towards benefits. The Scholar will
have his or her own office in the law school building, along with
secretarial support and access to an excellent library.
To apply, please
submit the following by the deadline given above to the contact
- Letter explaining your interest in the Scholar position,
describing how you propose to contribute to the Law School's
environmental and natural resources community, and your
qualifications to make such a contribution
- Explanation of proposed research
- Official law school transcript
- Writing sample: copies of published articles or publishable
papers (no more than two)
- Three letters of reference
Fellowship deadlines are updated on a
rolling basis. If application deadline has passed, next deadline
will be noted once available. Alternatively, please contact
organization directly for new application deadline
Natural Resources Program
Lewis & Clark Law School, Natural
Resources Law Institute
10015 SW Terwilliger
Portland, OR 97219
Albert M. Sacks
M. Sacks Fellowship
Harvard Law School,
Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program (Cambridge,
Fellowship/Public Interest/Public Service
the summer 2011. Will work closely w/experienced attorneys,
clinicians and academics at Harvard Law School and Greater Boston
Legal Services. Professional development and scholarship in
the areas of immigration and refugee law.
will supervise student casework and development of teaching and
training materials alongside clinical faculty.
required. Candidates w/3 yrs. of practice experience in
immigration removal and asylum practice strongly preferred
Excellent academic credentials, superior research and writing
skills, and a strong commitment to public interest lawyering.
Second language capability in Spanish or French
Interest: 750 words;
sample: approx. 10 pages;
transcript (applicants accepted for final round interviews will be
asked to have a sealed transcript sent from their registrar's
accepted on a rolling basis until February 1,
The Florida Bar Foundation's 2011 Legal Aid Summer
Fellowship Now Available Online
The Florida Bar Foundations 2011 Legal Aid
Summer Fellowship application is now available on-line. Please note that the application deadline date is January 19,
submitted after January 19, 2011 will not be considered.
Copies of the 2011 Legal Aid Summer
Fellowship Program brochure, 2011 Program Placement List, and other
application materials are now available online at the Student
The Florida Bar Foundations Legal Aid Summer
Fellowship Program is a great opportunity for law students to work
at a Florida legal aid program for eleven weeks during the summer to
get hands-on experience while solidifying their commitment to
practicing public interest law upon graduation.
Applications will only be accepted the
on-line application form located on the Foundations website
the Foundation generally receives more than 250 student applications
for the 20 available Summer Fellowship positions, they are not able
to conduct interviews with students before selecting the top 20
student applicants. When making selection determinations, they
rely on the information provided by the students in their
application and in their accompanying attachments such as resumes
and writing samples. The Foundation encourages students to
have their application reviewed by Career Services staff or Career
Development staff prior to submission.
the several factors to be considered in the selection of
successful applicants are:
- The depth and breadth of the
applicants commitment and experience in working with the
applicants passion, insight, and personal commitment to public
service and pro bono work;
applicants background and personal story, including their
minority status, cultural diversity and poverty experience;
- The applicants future career goals
and employment objectives;
- The thoughtfulness, care, and
clarity the applicant puts into completing the application;
- The applicants
writing skills and academic achievements.
Where Can the Application
The on-line application and other
materials can be also found on the Foundations website (http://www.flabarfndn.org/), by
following these steps:
1) click on the Grant Programs tab at the top of the
2) scroll down to Law Student Assistance,
3) click on the Legal Aid Summer Fellowship Program
Applicants will need to review and print out
the 2011 Program Placement
List (found at the Legal Services Summer Fellowship
Program webpage) before submitting their application. Students
may list up to 4 program placement preferences on their
Please let the Foundation know if they can
provide additional information or brochures or respond to any
questions during the student application period. The contacts
at the Florida Bar Foundation are Clara Bevington (email@example.com)
or Jennifer Wimberly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
They can be reached by phone at: 407-843-0045.
Aspen Colorado Law Firm Seeking
Thomas|Genshaft, PC, an Aspen based law firm with
an emphasis in civil litigation, resort real estate and development
is seeking an associate attorney with 1-5 years of experience.
Clerkship preferred but not required. Located slope-side at a
world renowned ski area, the firm provides a singular work-life
balance with a fast paced, sophisticated practice in the heart of a
resort community. An exciting opportunity for an attorney who
wants to be a part of a small firm with a big footprint.
Enjoy a unique Lifestyle compensation package
that seeks to blend the collaborative culture of lockstep
compensation programs with merit based incentive pay that rewards
individual performance, profitability and productivity.
If interested, email resume and cover letter to
Also, please submit 2 writing sample with professional references.
Missouri Law Firm Seeks Estate Planning
Husch Blackwell LLP in St. Louis, Missouri, has
an immediate opening for an estate planning associate with strong
technical skills and experience with high net worth clients.
The ideal candidate will have a Tax LL.M., be technically savvy,
comfortable working across multiple offices and interested in
joining a practice with an excellent and growing client base
positioned for substantial growth, sophisticated technology and a
strong infrastructure. The position is in the St. Louis
The firm offers a competitive compensation
structure and an outstanding opportunity to work with a progressive
and growing law firm. Please send a cover letter, resume and
transcripts to Andrea Conley at email@example.com.
office of Carr Allison
is hiring an
associate with one to five years of civil defense litigation
experience. The firm is looking for an associate with a strong work
ethic and experience in handling civil defense litigation.
Candidates should send their resume to managing shareholder, Thomas
Logan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The firms website is www.carrallison.com.
Associate Attorney with 0-3 yrs experience, capable and self-motivated for busy
general practice, including corporate, real estate, family, probate,
estate planning and trial in the Treasure Coast. Email resume to email@example.com;
or fax to 772-465-5722 or mail to Robert J. Gorman & Associates,
P.A., 1209 Delaware Avenue, Fort Pierce, Florida 34950.
Attorney wanted for Tampa boutique personal injury/product liability
firm to win trials,
assist in research and writing. Only motivated lawyers with 2 to 5
years, send resume, cover letter and your best writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orlando AV-Rated litigation firm seeks attorney with 2-5 years
litigation/insurance defense experience. Competitive salary and
benefits. Please fax cover letter and resume to Vasquez & Tosko,
LLP at 407-481-9171.
Tallahassee-based boutique firm with national practice specializing in
franchise law seeks attorney with 3-5 years of commercial real
estate (sale and lease) transaction experience and portable book of
business. Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with
qualifications. Please email resume and salary history to email@example.com.
Attorneys Orlando defense firm seeks: 1. Attorney with 0-2 years
liability experience, 2. Attorney with 3-5 years PIP experience.
Great opportunity. Send resume: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AV-Rated Downtown Law Firm seeks litigation attorney with 3-5 years
of experience to join established and growing law firm. Immediate
Opening. The firm offers a competitive salary along with a
comprehensive benefits package and partnership track. Requirements
include: insurance defense and commercial litigation experience,
excellent communication skills (oral and written), strong work ethic
and non-smoker. For consideration, please email your resume to
Partner c/o email@example.com
or fax 407-992-3595.
CLERKSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS FOR LAW
International Legal Internships for Summer
Interested in working abroad this summer for
academic credit? Possibly in Paris, Hong Kong, or Buenos
Aires? The CDO is hosting an information session on Tuesday, January 25 at 12:30 in Room
Suffolk University Law School and The Center for
International Legal Studies offer this unique opportunity to law
students to acquire practical legal experience in law firms and
international organizations in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
During the summer of 2011, you can travel to another country,
engage in the practice of law, and earn academic credit towards your
JD degree. To learn more, please join us.
Diversity Program Law Clerk - Summer
partnership with Pfizer Inc, Beveridge & Diamond PC, and the
American Bar Association Section on Environment, Energy, and
Resources, the Environmental Law Institute ("ELI") seeks
applications from law students for two Diversity Program Law Clerk
positions. The programs goal is to encourage additional
participation by minority students and students from disadvantaged
households in environmental law, policy and
decades, ELI has played a pivotal role in shaping the fields of
environmental law, policy and management, both domestically and
internationally. ELIs mission is to protect the environment by
improving law, policy and management. For more information visit http://www.eli.org.
will work on projects involving both domestic and international
environmental law. Subject areas include, among others, wetlands and
watershed policy, sustainable land use, biodiversity, environmental
enforcement, long-term management of hazardous sites, public
participation and international environmental policy. Law clerks
conduct legal and policy research, conduct interviews, attend and
report on events and prepare written materials and scholarly work
for publication. Part of the summer experience includes
opportunities to attend seminars put on by ELI for law students and
may also assist with the editing and production of ELIs
publications, the Environmental Law
Reporter ("ELR"), the National Wetlands
Newsletter ("NWN"), and The Environmental
Forum ("TEF"), as well as various books. Law
clerks support editors of these periodicals by conducting research,
bluebooking, monitoring and writing summaries of current events, and
engaging in various tasks and special projects on an as-needed
Qualifications: (1) superior research and
writing skills; (2) strong academic performance; and (3) strong
communication skills. Only students currently enrolled in law
school are eligible to apply. Students who will have completed their
second year of law school are preferred, though first-year students
will also be considered.
law clerks will be paid $5,000 for the summer.
Apply: Interested candidates should submit a
cover letter, resume, list of references, law school transcript,
college and law school GPAs, and writing sample. Cover letters
should address the candidates personal goals and interests, as well
as their experience and interest in environmental law and policy.
They should also state how candidates will
contribute to the diversity of the environmental law, management,
and policy field. Application materials should be
submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications for summer 2011
is January 31, 2011.
Law Students for Reproductive Justice is Seeking
Student Applicants for its National Board of
Law Students for
Reproductive Justice (LSRJ), a national nonprofit working to
advance reproductive justice at law schools across the country, is
now seeking student applicants for its National Board of
is an invaluable experience. It allows an opportunity to work with a
diverse team of talented law students and professionals in the
reproductive justice movement. Together, you can shape and
advance the goals of an organization that is changing our nations
legal culture for the better.
for LSRJs National Board of Directors and the Call for Applications
which provides background information on board membership can be
accessed at www.lsrj.org.
Applications should be submitted by March 12,
2011 to Lauren Mendonsa at email@example.com.
The Board will conduct interviews with finalists at the end of March
and beginning of April.
If you have any
questions about the application or board membership, please do not
hesitate to Lauren R.S. Mendonsa directly.
Locations: Miami Immigration Court
and Krome Immigration Court (Detained), Miami
must be United States citizens who are enrolled in law school at the
time of the internship. Strong research and writing
skills are necessary. Prior knowledge of immigration law is
preferred but not required. Selected applicants will be
required to submit to a security background check that takes six to
eight weeks to complete.
position offers an excellent opportunity to develop research,
writing, and analytical skills. Students will work directly
under the supervision of Judicial Law Clerks and perform research
and writing for immigration judges.
The internship is a
volunteer, unpaid position with a minimum time commitment of 40
hours a week over a period of 10 to 12 weeks. Students may be
eligible for academic credit or educational grants and are
encouraged to contact the appropriate person at their law school to
preparation involving work on motions and preparation of bench
memoranda; research of relevant immigration case law and
regulations; research of relevant criminal law; drafting of
submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and unofficial law
school transcript to:
Attn: Patricia Cooper, Judicial Law Clerk
United States Department of Justice
333 South Miami Ave, Suite 700
Miami, Florida 33130
Inquires may be directed to Patricia Cooper at (305) 808-9472.
February 7, 2011
will be conducted by telephone or in person.
2011 Charlotte Legal Diversity Clerkship
CHARLOTTE LEGAL DIVERSITY CLERKSHIP PROGRAM
Unique Program Allowing First-Year Law Students to
Practice within a Law Firm and a Corporate Legal
first-year law students who advance the value of diversity in the
Charlotte legal market may apply.
highly competitive program sponsored by the Mecklenburg County Bar
(Charlotte, NC), where rising 2Ls spend six weeks as a summer
associate at a law firm, and six weeks as a legal intern in a
corporate law department.
Charlotte, at one of six in-house law departments: Bank of America
Compass Group Duke Energy Goodrich TIAA-CREF Wells Fargo
Charlotte, at one of nine law firms: Alston & Bird LLP Hunton
& Williams LLP K&L Gates LLP Mayer Brown LLP
McGuireWoods LLP Moore & Van Allen PLLC Parker Poe Adams
& Bernstein LLP Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A. Womble
Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC
due by noon, January 28, 2011. Program runs May August 2011.
gain valuable legal experience in a progressive and dynamic
are selected will fully participate in the summer programs of the
law departments and law firms and will be compensated by those
entities at the same level as other first-year summer associates.
The law students will participate in professional, civic and social
activities that highlight the benefits of practicing law and living
in the progressive and dynamic city of Charlotte, North Carolina.
information is available at www.charlottelegaldiversity.org.
applications should include a resumé, copies of college and
first-semester law school transcripts and a writing sample.
Additionally, applicants must submit a brief statement explaining
how he or she would contribute to the goal of creating a more
diverse legal community in Charlotte. These application
materials must be received no later than 12 p.m. on January 28,
2011 and should
be sent to:
Vreeland, Attorney Recruiting Manager, McGuireWoods
201 N. Tryon
St., Charlotte, NC 28202
704.343.2065 | Fax 704.444.8876
applications submitted by electronic mail should be received in one
file; however, first-semester grades may be submitted in a separate
file in the event grades are not available when the rest of the
application is submitted. Please see the website for additional
information about the application and application
will be conducted in Charlotte on the afternoon of February 22, 2011
and the morning of February 23, 2011. The participating law
departments and law firms will cover reasonable travel costs for
persons who are selected for in-person interviews.
Mecklenburg County Bar looks forward to welcoming talented legal
interns to Charlotte in 2011 through this dynamic
Graduate, and Law Students
are available for the following program areas (open to all unless
Initiative, legal research and writing related to the
Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act ("TVPRA") and
Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA"), as well as outreach, community
education, and advocacy on the rights of women and youth trafficking
survivors. **Law students
Justice for Workers, litigation on behalf of garment,
restaurant, and other low wage
Asian American Legal Project, community outreach, education, and legal
services to Asian Americans in New Jersey, as well as
community organizing and litigation on employment-related claims for
Asian immigrant workers in New Jersey. Must have Gujarati or
Korean language ability.
Equity and Youth Rights, legal services, policy work, community
education, research and litigation concerning educational equity,
juvenile justice, language access and anti-Asian harassment.
& Environmental Justice Project, responsibilities include coordinating
multi-city land use survey, community outreach, and general support
for community planning and anti-displacement
Access to Justice, litigation, legal services, and
organizing/outreach with communities impacted by 9-11, including
special interest detainees, special registration, voluntary
interviews by the government, the 9-11 absconder initiative, and
local and state enforcement of immigration laws. **Law students
research and fact development under the Voting Rights Act and Equal
Protection Clause challenging anti-Asian voter discrimination,
advocacy on bilingual ballots, and the redrawing of local, state and
federal district lines; produce reports and organize public forums;
assist in organizing legal trainings.
Interns are supervised by
attorneys and/or AALDEF staff in specific program areas. These
internships are not paid positions, but academic credit can be
arranged. Interns work anywhere between 8 to 25 hours per
week. Internships usually commence with the start of classes
through late April/early May.
bilingual ability should be stated in the resume. Bilingual
ability is helpful but not required. Applications should also
state the number of hours the intern is able to work per week and
which program area(s) you are interested in. Email
applications are accepted. Applications are accepted on a
rolling basis. Send a resume and cover letter (law students
should include a writing sample) to:
AALDEF Spring Intern
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
99 Hudson Street, 12th floor, New York, New York
Fax: 212-966-4303 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
information, contact Jennifer Weng at 212-966-5932, ext. 212 or email@example.com.
2011 Summer Legal Internship
Internships for the summer of 2011 are available in the following
Initiative - legal research and writing on the
Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act and Fair Labor
Standards Act, as well as outreach, community education, and
advocacy on the rights of women and youth trafficking
Care Initiative - legal research, community
education and outreach in the areas of immigration, government
benefits, language rights, and health care access;
Economic Justice for Workers
- litigation on behalf of garment, restaurant, and other
low wage workers;
New Jersey -
Asian American Legal Project - community
outreach, education, and organizing with Asian immigrant workers in
New Jersey; performing client intake and legal interpretation;
managing workers claims with government agencies; conducting legal
research and writing, and administering community surveys with
workers. Bilingual ability in Gujarati, Hindi, or Korean is highly
Equity and Youth Rights - legal services, policy work,
community education, research and litigation concerning educational
equity, juvenile justice, affirmative action and post 9-11 hate
violence and racial targeting;
Housing Justice Project
- community outreach/education, community planning, research, and
litigation on housing and land use issues affecting low-income Asian
Immigrant Access to Justice
- litigation, legal services, and organizing/outreach
with communities impacted by 9-11, including special interest
detainees, special registration, racial profiling, voluntary FBI
interviews, and local and state enforcement of immigration
- legal research and fact development under the Voting
Rights Act and Equal Protection Clause challenging anti-Asian voter
discrimination, advocacy on bilingual ballots, and the redrawing of
local, state and federal district lines; produce reports and
organize public forums; assist in organizing legal trainings.
Description of Summer Internship
The summer program is ten weeks, from
approximately June 6 through August 12. Interns work full-time
and are supervised by attorneys in specific program areas. Interns
will work on litigation, legal and policy advocacy, community
outreach and education, and client intakes. Each program area
differs in emphasis. Summer interns attend weekly brown bag lectures
on a range of public interest legal topics along with interns from
other legal defense funds and civil rights groups. The position is
unpaid. However, in previous years many AALDEF interns have been
successful at securing independent funding. Academic credit can be
Interested applicants should send a cover
letter, resume, and writing sample to be received by AALDEF before
and no later than Friday, February 11, 2011 at the address below.
Please indicate the top three program areas. Only law students
qualify for AALDEFs legal internships. Fax and email applications
are also acceptable.
Any bilingual ability should be stated in the
application. Bilingual ability is helpful but not required.
Gujarati, Hindi, Khmer, Korean, and Urdu-speaking applicants are
especially urged to apply.
Applications will be
reviewed upon receipt until the February 11,
2011 deadline. Interviewing will take
place on a rolling basis in January and February. Only applicants
who have been granted interviews will be notified of their
advancement in the application process.
Summer Internship Search (Legal)
American Legal Defense and Education Fund
99 Hudson Street, 12th
New York, New York 10013-2815
For more information,
Sameer Ahmed at 212-966-5932 x220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aparna Garg at 212-966-5932 x207 or email@example.com
* * *Please do NOT email applications to
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com *
The Rutherford Institute Summer Internship
The Rutherford Institute Summer
Internship Program offers law students and undergraduates the unique
opportunity to learn practical legal skills, while developing a
critical understanding of constitutional law. The Summer Internship
Program, open to qualified law students interested in receiving a
grounding in critical areas of law impacting civil liberties and
religious freedom, has attracted top students from law schools
across the country and abroad. The programs intensive lectures and
course work are coupled with practical assignments related to the
ongoing work of The Rutherford Institute. Many students have made
contacts through the intern program that proved to be beneficial in
developing career opportunities. Former interns now serve in
nationally recognized law firms, as clerks for federal and state
judges and in leadership roles with various civil liberties groups,
including The Rutherford Institute. But perhaps more importantly,
Summer Interns at The Rutherford Institute learn that we all have a
duty to rise above our self-interests and work to help fight human
An internship at The Rutherford
Interns research and write
legal memoranda and briefs for attorneys affiliated with the
Institute in cases in state and federal courts throughout the
country, including the United States Supreme Court.
Intensive Instruction in Law,
Philosophy & Culture Affecting Human Rights & Religious
Interns analyze and discuss a broad
range of constitutional and cultural issues under the instruction of
attorneys who have practical and theoretical knowledge of their
Interns receive and respond
to calls and letters for legal assistance from potential clients.
Under the supervision of qualified personnel, interns gain hands-on
experience in the art of integrating theoretical knowledge into real
for Cultural Enrichment
Charlottesville, nestled at
the foot of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, is home to the
University of Virginia, which was founded by Thomas Jefferson.
Jefferson's home, Monticello, is just outside the city limits, as is
Ash Lawn, the home of James Monroe. Montpelier, the home of James
Madison, is a 20-minute drive from Charlottesville. The colonial
city of Williamsburg, Virginia, and the nation's capital are also
Independent Research and Externships
Work Study, Independent
Research and Externship Programs provide law students with the
opportunity to gain procedural and substantive knowledge through
legal research and writing. Most of the assignments are for cases in
litigation, providing a unique opportunity to improve legal skills
while researching cutting-edge law.
The Rutherford Institute
uniquely provides a way for law students to expand their legal
education, increase their research skills and gain practical
experience while attending law school through participation in these
First, second and third year
law students are encouraged to apply. Undergraduate students are
also welcome to apply. Application
deadline is February 15. Please send a resume,
cover letter, writing sample (under 2o pages) and two references to
firstname.lastname@example.org.The internship is
The East Bay Community Law Center is Seeking Interns
for its 2011 Summer Program
The East Bay Community Law Center ("EBCLC") is
seeking full-time law student interns for its 2011 summer program.
EBCLC is the community-based clinic for Berkeley Law School
(University of California, Boalt Hall) during the academic year, and
provides free civil legal services to low-income clients of Alameda
County, California. During the summer session, EBCLC welcomes
students from all law schools.
Students handle their own
cases under the day-to-day supervision of staff attorneys in one of
the following practice areas:
Clean Slate: Criminal Records
Remedies (administrative, regulatory, policy
Health: Public School-based Legal
Services Project (multidisciplinary)
HIV/AIDS Project and Medical-Legal Partnership
(administrative with some litigation)
Housing & Eviction Defense (litigation)
Income Support (administrative, regulatory, policy advocacy)
Neighborhood Justice Clinic (self-help
The summer program runs for ten weeks, from
Tuesday, May 31 through Friday, August 5, 2011.
previous training or coursework is required; however, a demonstrated
commitment to serving low-income, minority and underrepresented
individuals and groups, and/or previous experience in one of the
agency's practice areas or in public interest law is highly
desirable, as is second language ability in Spanish, Cantonese,
Vietnamese, Cambodian or Farsi. EBCLC staff will work with students
to secure funding through fellowships from law schools and other
public interest sources; however, the agency is unable to offer
compensation for summer internship positions.
Interested law students should submit the
following application materials electronically to email@example.com:
Short Writing Sample (5-10 pages)
Letter (please succinctly describe your experience and
Practice Group Preference (please
rank your top preferences and whether you would accept a placement
in any practice group)
3 References (please
provide current email addresses and include at least one
Applications are accepted and hiring decisions made on
a rolling basis until positions are filled.
Incomplete applications will not be considered. All completed
applications will be acknowledged.
The ABA Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship
The ABA Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship
Program will place selected students in judicial clerkship positions
for the summer of 2011. The
clerkship program is open to 1L and 2L students and has a deadline
of January 21, 2011
. More information on how to
apply, including a copy of the application, is available at http://www.abanet.org/buslaw/students/2011clerkship.doc.
In recent years, many areas of the legal profession have made
pursuing diversity a priority objective. Business law presents many
distinct diversity challenges, as law students are often unfamiliar
with the field and perceive it as conservative and unaccepting. This
realization is troubling, particularly for the American Bar
Association Business Law Section because its mission is:
To encourage diversity in the Section by
fostering a welcoming environment for all lawyers and promoting full
and equal participation by all lawyers, including lawyers of color,
women lawyers, gay and lesbian lawyers, and lawyers with
disabilities ("Diverse Lawyers").
To help address this problem, the Business Law Section has
created the Diversity Clerkship Program. This is a summer program
providing business law clerkship placements for qualified diverse
candidates who are first or second-year law students, and will
provide support and mentoring to the student participants in order
to give them the exposure to business practices that many of them
lack. In considering a student's diversity, the Section will give
special consideration to individuals who have overcome social or
economic disadvantages such as physical disability, financial
constraints or cultural impediments to becoming a law student.
The clerkship program will place up to nine students in business
court clerkships in the Philadelphia Commerce Court, the Delaware
Court of Chancery and the Price George's District Court in Upper
Marlboro, Maryland. Possible other placements include New York, NY
and Orlando, Florida.
The Business Law Section Diversity
Program will focus on judicial clerkships, where
diversity among judicial clerks remains disproportionately low. For
recent law school graduates, serving as a judicial law clerk is a
mark of distinction and honor that advances their future career
opportunities in law practice and academia, in government as
high-level appointees, and in securing appointments to the bench.
Clerkships in business law courts provide another unique and highly
important benefit to law students: the ability to see a microcosm of
business practice, and allow the student to become familiar with
business issues. Such a background will prove invaluable to a career
in business law, whether it be litigation or transactional work. It
is hoped that after a summer's experience in the business court
system, we will be able to assist participants in finding other
business law placements, in law firms or corporate law
The Business Law Section Diversity
Program encourages students to pursue business court
clerkship opportunities and to consider careers in the practice of
business law. The mission of the Program is to expose law students
to the practice of business law and to provide them with work
experience and foundations in business law that will further their
The objectives of the Program include:
- To encourage more diverse law students to
apply for clerkship positions.
- To foster relationships between business court
judges and diverse law students.
- To provide students with a foundation in
various aspects of business law.
- To provide opportunities for students to meet
a wide variety of lawyers who are active in the practice of
business law and are members of the Business Law Section.
- To establish a support system for diverse
students who are pursuing business court clerkship positions and a
possible career in business law.
Membership in the ABA and the Business
Law Section is required of students applying for the program.
Membership and can be obtained at the time
application. Business Law Section membership is free
to ABA law student members. Applications for the internships will be
solicited from all ABA accredited law schools, and a committee
within the Section will screen and interview the applicants, and
make the selection for summer placements. Judges will be asked to
participate in the program and to accept those candidates selected
by the internship selection committee. The Section will select up to
nine interns and will provide a summer stipend to each intern.
Additionally, during the course of the internship, there will be
networking opportunities designed to enhance the learning experience
for the interns and to strengthen their interest in business law.
ACLU of Colorado Seeks Summer Law
Civil Liberties Union of Colorado, ("ACLU") (Denver, CO)
interested in spending a summer or a semester with the ACLU of
Colorado should send a cover letter, resume, transcript, list of
three references (with email and phone number contact information),
and short writing sample (5-10 pages) to:
Silverstein, Legal Director
Student Internship Application
Or by email,
with Law Student Internship in the subject line, to ACLU of
Colorado Legal Assistant Debra Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACLU of
Colorado will confirm the receipt of applications by letter or
email. Qualified applicants will be contacted directly by ACLU of
Colorado attorneys for an interview. Any questions regarding whether
the application has been received or is complete should be directed
to ACLU of Colorado Legal Assistant Debra Woods at email@example.com.
Law students interested in public interest work are encouraged
to apply for summer clerk positions with the ACLU of Colorado in
Denver. A full-time externship for the spring and fall semesters is
also available. Law students working at the ACLU of Colorado will
gain valuable experience working under the supervision of ACLU
attorneys on the wide variety of human rights and civil liberties
cases that comprise the ACLUs docket. Visit http://www.aclu-co.org/docket/docket.htm
for descriptions of recent ACLU of Colorado cases, and http://www.aclu-co.org/docket/advocacy.htm
for descriptions of recent ACLU of Colorado advocacy. Students
interning with the ACLU of Colorado participate in meetings of staff
and co-counsel and all aspects of litigation and legal advocacy
including legal research, legal writing, interviewing witnesses and
other factual and legal investigation. Students will be working with
an enthusiastic group of over-qualified and underpaid individuals
who are committed to their work and the organization. There are
currently ten full-time staff members, including two attorneys, who
work with numerous volunteers in our own building (with free
parking) close to downtown Denver. Students are encouraged to seek
grants or fellowships from public interest fellowship funds through
their law school or other funders. Arrangements can also be made
with the student's law school for work/study stipends. Some summer
students have received law school credit for their work.
Unfortunately, the ACLU of Colorado must rely on students ability
to obtain their own funding for the internship. The ACLU prefers
students who will have completed two years of law school, have a
demonstrated interest in civil rights, civil liberties and social
justice, and excellent writing, communication and organizational
skills. Exceptional first-year students are also encouraged to
apply. The ACLU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer
and encourages applications from women, people of color, persons
with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
for summer clerk positions are accepted on a rolling basis and will
be reviewed until the internships are filled. Interested applicants for the summer clerk
positions are encouraged to submit their applications no later than
January 15th, and supplement their application with fall semester
grades when they become available.
fall and spring semester positions are also accepted on a rolling
basis and will be reviewed until the internships are filled.
Interested applicants for fall and spring semester are encouraged to
submit their applications no later than two months before the
beginning of the externship semester.
Class Level: 1L, 2L,
the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General -
Division of Criminal Justice - Summer
New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice offers law students the
opportunity to complete an unpaid internship during the summer
between their second and third years of law school. The 2011 summer
law internship runs for 10 weeks from May 31 through August 5, 2011.
If accepted into the program, interns will be assigned to one of the
Divisions Bureaus and supervised by a Deputy Attorney
interns will be exposed to a variety of substantive areas of the
law, and are expected to have excellent legal research, legal
writing and interpersonal communication skills.
performance of the responsibilities assigned by each law interns
supervisor, interns are provided opportunities to observe Deputy
Attorneys General appearing before the Law Division, Appellate
Division and, occasionally, the New Jersey Supreme Court. They may
also attend the Summer Intern Speaker Series, weekly speaking events
held in our Trenton offices, at which Assistant Attorneys General
and Deputy Attorneys General share their knowledge of substantive
law and litigation technique.
internship applicants should express their interest in multiple
specific Bureaus within
the Division as well as any geographic
preference. Effort will be made to accommodate such interests,
but no particular assignment is guaranteed.
Hiring for the summer of 2011 will occur from August
1, 2010 through February 28, 2011.
Interested second-year law students should submit a resume, legal
writing sample, and unofficial transcript to:
John-Robin M. Quelch
Division of Criminal Justice
25 Market Street - PO 085
applicants will be required to complete a full employment
application and pass a background investigation. Questions
concerning the application process may be directed to NJDCJApplicants@njdcj.org.
The U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division
Volunteer Internship Opportunities
The Civil Rights Division offers competitive
student volunteer internship positions in Washington, D.C. each
academic semester, including the summer, for both law and
undergraduate students. Interns gain a unique and exciting view of
the work and mission of the Division.
The Division is primarily responsible for enforcing federal
statutes and executive orders that prohibit, among other things,
unlawful discrimination in voting, education, employment, housing,
police services, public accommodations and facilities, and federally
funded and conducted programs.
Interns will assist Division attorneys or specialists in legal
and factual research, prepare documents and exhibits, interview
witnesses, summarize depositions, analyze records, and other
case-related work. Some sections may also involve interns in
policy-related assignments. Given the nature of the work and the
high quality of its staff, the Division expects interns to be able
to grasp issues quickly, complete work thoroughly and accurately,
and write clearly and concisely. These positions are without
compensation or may be used for work-study credit.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens; dual citizens will be
considered on a case-by-case basis. The following students are
eligible to apply: undergraduate students who are enrolled at least
half-time; first-year (second semester), second- and third-year law
students; and law school graduates who are enrolled in graduate law
programs (e.g., LL.M. programs) at least half-time. All students
must be in good academic standing and will be required to provide
official documentation from their school. First-year, first-semester
law students may apply after December 1 for internships the
Interested students should submit a resume, brief
writing sample (no more than 5 pages), transcript (unofficial is
acceptable) and a cover letter describing your specific
qualifications, listing the section where you want to be considered,
and providing the time period you are available to work.
Applications must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or faxed to (202) 305-9667. Please include Volunteer Internship in
the subject line of your communication.
Click on http://www.justice.gov/crt/sec_desc.php
to learn more about the work of the individual sections in
the Division, which ones are recruiting for student volunteer
interns, their specific expectations and requirements, and
For additional information on available
internships for the fall 2010 term, please visit the Divisions new
Volunteer Internship Opportunities page at http://www.justice.gov/crt/vol_intern_opps.php.
Federal Clerk Hiring Plan - Critical
10:00 a.m. (EDT), September 6, 2011 -
Applications received (OSCAR release).
10:00 a.m. (EDT), September 9, 2011 - First date
judges can contact applicants to schedule interviews.
10:00 a.m. (EDT), September 15, 2011 - First date
and time when interviews may be held and offers made.
Federal Judicial Clerkship
The following is a sample of
federal judicial clerkships that are available around the country
(sorted by application deadline):
following judges have added new clerkship
Judge Dee Lord, United
States Court of Federal Claims, Washington, DC
Term: 1 Year;
Applications accepted: Nov 16, 2010 - Jan 16, 2011; Term Start: Aug
Judge Oscar Test,
United States District Court, Washington, DC
Term: 1 Year;
Applications accepted: Nov 18, 2010 - Dec 23, 2011; Term Start: Jan
Judge Debra Livingston, United
States Court of Appeals, New York, NY
Term: 1 Year; Applications
accepted: Dec 10, 2010 - Nov 5, 2011; Term Start: Aug 6,
visit the OSCAR website for additional information and instructions
Supreme Court of the State of New York Commercial Division Clerkship
York County is one of the principal commercial centers in the
country, a major situs of national and international financial
transactions, commercial finance and the equity markets, business,
technology, the media, publishing and the arts. Because of New York
Countys vital and vibrant role as a center for commerce, the
Commercial Division of New York County is a key forum for important
What is the
COMMERCIAL DIVISION IS THE SPECIALIZED BUSINESS COURT
of the New
York State Supreme Court, the highest trial-level court in New York.
Many of the most complicated and important commercial cases in the
State are adjudicated in the Division. The Commercial Division was
established in 1995 after a two-year pilot program in New York
County. The Division carries forward the great New York tradition of
leadership in the development of commercial law in the United
States, a tradition which began with Chancellor Kent and Alexander
Hamilton, was built upon significantly by Chief Judge Cardozo and
colleagues, and continues today.
the New York County Commercial Division
COMMERCIAL DIVISION Justices in New York County are
experienced members of the New York State Supreme Court assigned to
the Division by the Administrative Judge of New York County Supreme
Court with the approval of the Chief Administrative Judge of the
State of New York. The Justices serve in the Division for indefinite
are accepted in accordance with written standards. Among the
categories of eligible cases are commercial contract disputes, cases
involving commercial finance or commercial banking transactions,
claims of commercial misrepresentation or unfair competition,
matters arising out of commercial real property transactions, major
insurance matters, and UCC cases. Commercial cases seeking monetary
damages will be accepted in the Division if a sum of $150,000 or
more is at issue.
CONCENTRATION OF COMPLEX COMMERCIAL LITIGATION
in New York
County has permitted the Justices of the Division to develop
substantial familiarity with the dynamics of commercial litigation
and expertise in commercial law. The Division seeks to achieve
resolution of matters on the merits in accordance with the highest
judicial standards. The familiarity of the Justices with commercial
litigation also contributes to efficient and effective case
management, particularly of the discovery process, which in the
absence of management can lead to serious delay and significant
expense for the parties. Cases are assigned to the Division Justices
at random. Justices are responsible for their own inventory from the
outset of each matter to its conclusion.
What will a
Commercial Division Clerkship offer?
ATTORNEYS, especially those who aspire to
a career in commercial law, a clerkship in the New York County
Commercial Division will be an invaluable experience. Law Clerks
will be in a position to make significant contributions to the
resolution of major cases and in doing so will gain a vast amount of
practical understanding of the litigation of commercial cases. Law
Clerks will be afforded a special perspective on the workings of the
Commercial Division, the judicial process in commercial cases and
the operation of the courts. Law Clerks will be exposed daily to the
work of firms practicing law at the highest professional
THE ROLE OF
Commercial Division Clerks will
be assigned to work directly for a Justice in the Commercial
Division and will be responsible for:
- Drafting decisions and
- Assisting Justices with discovery
- Assisting Justices with case
- Assisting in the overall
management of the Justices inventory.
- Reviewing and researching
evidentiary issues before and during trials.
- Drafting jury instructions and
- Receipt of a Juris Doctor degree
from a fully accredited law school.
- Applicants must be law school
graduates or anticipate graduation from law school by Spring
- Application packages must be
filed by January 31, 2011 for positions beginning September
APPLICATION PACKAGE SHOULD INCLUDE:
- Current resumé
- Law school transcript (unofficial
copy will suffice)
- Writing sample (unedited)
- Two letters of recommendation
from law school professors (if you have been practicing
- law following receipt of a J.D.
degree, letters from legal employers may be substituted)
- Cover letter indicating
qualifications and demonstrated interest in commercial law
packages must be filed by January 31, 2011 for positions beginning
Submit application packages
Lauren DeSole, Esq.
Division of Human
NYS Office of Court
25 Beaver Street
New York, NY
- Clerkships begin in September
2011 and will be offered for one and two years.
- Annual salary as of September
2011 is $68,531.
- Clerkships include a
comprehensive employment benefits package.
information about the Division is available at www.nycourts.gov/comdiv.
NY Unified Court System Legal Fellows
York State Unified Court System (New York)
Position: Legal Fellows
Apply: Send the following directly to
employer via U.S. mail: cover letter indicating preference of
location, current resume, law school transcript (unofficial copies
will suffice - not self prepared), current legal writing sample
(unedited), of your own work, two recent letters of recommendation
from law school professors. If you have been practicing law
following receipt of a J.D. degree, letters from legal employers may
Deputy Director, Division of Human Resources
Workforce Diversity Office New York State Unified Court System
25 Beaver Street, Room 1009
New York, New York 10004
Description: THE NEW YORK STATE UNIFIED
COURT SYSTEM is offering one year Legal Fellowships to recent law
school graduates interested in pursuing a legal career in public
service. Legal Fellows are assigned to work in judicial offices,
assisting with legal research and writing. Assignments offer
valuable professional legal experience to new attorneys and expose
them to judicial decision making and court operations.
THE LEGAL FELLOWS PROGRAM also
offers a special window into the justice system. Forums are
conducted for Legal Fellows to meet with judges, elected officials,
government appointees and public policy makers to learn about their
work in public service as well as their individual professional
experiences. Together with the Fellowship assignments, these forums
will provide practical insight into the courts and professional
opportunities in the legal system.
Applicants must anticipate
graduation from law school by August 2011, or have graduated no more
than 3 years prior to May 2011.
For additional information,
Date: February 19, 2011
The Pennsylvania Attorney General is Recruiting for a
Deputy Attorney General III
The Pennsylvania Attorney General in Harrisburg,
PA is seeking a Deputy Attorney General III in the practice areas of
Civil, Criminal Prosecution and Public Interest.
This is advanced professional work rendering
legal services of a difficult nature. Employees in this class work
independently in most cases or under minimum guidance in complex,
varied and exceptional cases of particular significance. Employees
appear in trial and appellate courts. Positions allocated to this
class differ from those allocated to the Deputy Attorney General II
class in the complexity of legal work involved and the minimal
amount of guidance received.
The minimum qualifications for this class are
graduation from an accredited law school, admission to the Bar of
the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and three years of progressively
responsible experience in professional legal work.
This position expires on June 30, 2011. Apply
online at http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/theoffice.aspx?id=172.
The New York Housing Authority Seeks Executive Agency
Counsel for Equal Opportunity
The New York City Housing Authority (NYC) is
seeking an Executive Agency Counsel - Department of Equal
Opportunity. This position reports to the Director, with wide
latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, initiative and
decision, the Assistant Director will be responsible for managing
the day-to-day operations of the Department of Equal Opportunitys
Office of Employment and Fair Housing Investigations and the
Services for People with Disabilities Unit.
For more information, please visit: http://www.nyc.gov/html/nycha/html/about/job_opp_50.shtml.
Interested candidates may fax cover letter and
resume to (212) 306 5194 or e-mail to Hr.Recruitment@nycha.nyc.gov or
New York City Housing Authority
Human Resources Recruitment Unit
90 Church Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Attn.: DMP, Senior Recruiter
Job Code: Assistant Director, DEO
The University of Baltimore School of Law, Immigrant
Rights Clinic Seeks Teaching
University of Baltimore School of Law, Immigrant
Rights Clinic is seeking a Clinical Teaching Fellow. Excellent oral
and written communication skills; minimum two years of experience as
a practicing lawyer, primarily in the area of immigration law;
strong academic record and/or other indicia of high performance
ability; a commitment to work for low-income clients; and a strong
interest in teaching. Must be members of a state bar before
commencement of the fellowship.
Compensation is $50K first year; $53K for the
second year. To apply,
email resume, cover letter, writing sample and references to Anjum
Gupta at email@example.com.
DART Seeking Community Organizer for Social
Direct Action Research and Training (DART) in
Lawrence, Kansas is looking for a Community Organizer for Social
Change. DART is now accepting applications for the 2011 DART
Organizers Institute, the paid, four month field school for people
interested in launching a career in community organizing.
Participants will undergo a combined classroom and field training
covering topics including:
· Entering a community
· Identifying and training local leaders
· Strategic planning and issue cutting
· Relationship and community building
· Direct Action on community issues
The DART Center has built coalitions throughout
the country that have won important victories on a broad set of
justice issues including:
· Education reform in low-performing public
· Job Training
· Drugs and Violence
· Criminal Recidivism
· Living Wage
· Neighborhood Revitalization, etc.
The 7-day classroom orientation and 15 week
infield training start mid-summer 2011 and run through early fall
2011. Training locations will include placements in several states
around the country.
Although it may be helpful, no direct experience
is necessary. Organizer Trainees ("OT"s) hired to participate in the
DART Organizers Institute must demonstrate a desire to pursue
community organizing as a long-term professional career. A J.D. or
equivalent professional experience is required. Also,
candidates must display a workmanlike diligence, be driven to
produce sustained results, have proven capacity to build
relationships of trust, create and execute a plan, act
professionally, feel comfortable working with religious
institutions, be accountable and willing to hold others accountable,
demonstrate disciplined thought and action, and work in a team
OTs must also have access to a car during their
training and be flexible regarding relocation. Fluency in
Spanish/English is a plus and people of color are encouraged to
To find out more about DART or to apply, send
your resume and a cover letter to: Hannah Wittmer at firstname.lastname@example.org. For
questions about the Institute, please call: (785) 841-2680.
You can download the application or view profiles of previous OTs at
the DART website: www.thedartcenter.org.
PSLawNet Redesign Its Website
PSLawNet is an online resource connecting
public interest law job-seekers with their ideal opportunities in
the public interest arena, in government, at law schools, and around
the globe. They are seeking input from students as they are
redesigning their website. Please see their request below:
PSLawNet is beginning a large-scale website redesign to ensure
that we provide you with the most comprehensive and useful resource
for law students and attorneys looking for public interest legal
We need your input to guarantee that PSLawNet makes the
changes to the websites design, job search functions,
career resources, and social media interfaces to ensure that we
best serve you. Please go to
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MSCHXGZ to complete our short survey (should take you no more
than 5-10 minutes).
To thank you for your time, completion of the survey by
individuals with PSLawNet job seeker accounts will give them the
opportunity to enter a drawing for a gift card. To create a
PSLawNet job seeker account, visit http://pslawnet.org/jobseekers-accountmanagement.
- First Prize Winner: $100 gift card
- Second Prize Winner: $50 gift card
- Third Prize Winner: $50 gift card
Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey! Please feel
free to contact us at email@example.com
with any other feedback.
NALP/PSLawNet are now taking applications
for two positions in the NALP/PSLawNet office: the 2011-12 PSLawNet
Fellowship and the 2011 Summer Publications Coordinator
position. Both are listed on www.pslawnet.org.
The PSLawNet Fellowship is a one-year position for a
public-service minded law graduate with an interest in nonprofit
administration. The position announcement can be found at https://pslawnet.org/uploads/Temporary_Links/2011-12_PSLawNet_Fellowship_Position_Announcement.pdf.
The Summer Publications Coordinator is a paid summer
internship through which a law or graduate student will edit and
produce the 2011 PSLawNet Comprehensive Fellowship Guide. The
position announcement can be found at https://pslawnet.org/uploads/Temporary_Links/NALP-PSLawNet_Publications_Coordinator_Job_Announcement_-_Summer_2011.pdf.
information is from the PSLawNet website:
Many law students
and attorneys explore careers in government and nonprofit settings.
Remember that PSLawNet is a terrific public service career resource
that is free for all students, alumni and career services staff of
subscribing schools. PSLawNets career database includes:
Over 12,000 employer
Currently over 1000
job and work experience opportunity postings, including public
service internships, postgraduate fellowships, and full-time
positions for attorneys that range from entry- to executive-level.
PSLawNet offers an extensive, publicly available library of career
resources covering a range of topics from public service job
application and research tips to practice area descriptions to a
fellowship application deadline calendar.
popular resources include:
Government Career Resources this page offers an extensive overview
of hiring processes and application tips for law students and
attorneys pursuing federal government careers. Also the webpages
key content is distilled into the
2010-11 Federal Legal Employment Opportunities Guide
Listings and Application Resources PSLawNets jobs database has over 225
fellowships currently posted. Additionally, we offer a detailed
Q&A about fellowships and the application process and a calendar
of deadlines for many popular recurring fellowship programs. A print
version of the 2010-11 PSLawNet Comprehensive Fellowship Guide
a handy compendium of current fellowship postings as well as
significant supplemental information is now available for career
services offices to purchase in NALPs online bookstore.
PSLawNet has an
extensive list of organizations which offer funding opportunities to
support law students in unpaid summer internships, including details
about the level of support and application process.
addition to having dozens of international opportunities listings
posted, PSLawNet provides links to and descriptions of several
useful resources to help students and attorneys find international
internships and postgraduate jobs.
State and Local
Government Employment This year PSLawNet launched a
searchable, state-by-state database with links to government
employment websites in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and
several large cities.
Dont forget to
visit The PSLawNet Blog
- The Blog offers
career and professional development resources, interviews with
public interest leaders from the law school and employer
communities, and public interest news items which allow students and
attorneys to stay current and informed. Students and attorneys can
now also stay updated by following @PSLawNet on Twitter.
Contact PSLawNet at