Find out why participants say clinic was their best experience in law school!
At the Clinic Open House, you will gain valuable insight about the different clinics offered, the application process, and student stories about the importance of this program in creating a well-rounded legal education.
Monday, March 12 from 12 to 1pm and 5:30 to 6:15pm.
Moot Court Room
Registration closes on March 5!
Loyola University Chicago School of Law is hosting the 2012 Patent Law Interview Program in Chicago, Illinois.
This is a nationwide interview program for rising 2L and 3L students, and LLM students.
When: August 2-3
Recognizing that experience with the criminal justice system poses a significant barrier to obtaining housing and employment, Homeless Persons Representation Project attorneys work to eliminate restrictions on employment and housing for certain persons with criminal records. They accomplish this by representing homeless people in proceedings to expunge records of charges that result in non-conviction (e.g. where the prosecutor refuses to prosecute), advocating for expansion of statutory eligibility for expungement, and urging housing providers and employers to provide access.
They need your help!
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The Diversity Committee of the Washington Area Legal Recruitment Administrators Association (WALRAA) invites UB Law’s 1Ls to its Eighth Annual 8-Minute Networking Event and Reception on February 23, 2012 from 6:30-9pm.
This is a unique opportunity for students of diverse backgrounds to meet and mingle with attorneys from prominent law firms and government agencies throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Participants will develop their networking skills, learn about the rewards and challenges of practicing law, and how to make the most of their law school experience in a casual environment.
Interested first-year law students must sign up through the LCDO by Friday, February 10th, 2012. Only ten students from UB Law will be able to attend, so register now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach your legal resume to the email.
Wednesday, August 24th
Moot Court Room
Many law students are confused by the federal hiring process, and for a good reason, it is confusing. This presentation is intended to provide a comprehensive overview on how federal agencies hire law students for both internships and entry-level attorney positions, as well as provide strategic advice that results in clear and actionable answers to students’ most common questions. The federal competitive service will also be discussed as it offers a wide range of interesting and rewarding JD alternative careers.
Bring your own lunch, as well as all of your questions!