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
The MSBA Tax Section is hosting a tax policy symposium to discuss current issues with the federal income tax system, and recent tax policy decisions and their effects.
The event is free for law and graduate tax students and Tax Section members!
Wednesday, March 21st
Cocktail hour begins at 5:30pm, keynote address starts at 6:30pm.
University of Maryland School of Law, Westminster Hall building.
RSVP to Nancy Gilmore at Nancy.M.Gilmore@irscounsel.treas.gov.
Join the National Black Law Students Association in celebration of its 44 year history at the annual Legacy of NBLSA Reception.
Friday, March 9th from 6:45pm to 9pm.
Women of Color and the Law: Gaining Access, Achieving Success will address challenges faced by women of color in the legal profession.
Friday, March 30th
American University’s Washington College of Law
Learn about the legal job market over lunch!
Join the LCDO and the UB Law community for Trends in the Legal Market: An Evolving Landscape. Topics include hiring trends, what employers expect from law school graduates, and predictions on where the legal market is headed.
When: Thursday, March 15
Where: Venable Baetjer Howard Moot Court Room
Save the date!
The DC Area “Last Chance” Diversity Networking Reception draws representatives from major DC legal employers, and is an unparalleled opportunity to network with employers looking specifically for LGBTQ, other diverse students, and their allies, and has led to jobs for many attendees in the past.
Over 90 attorneys attended last year – don’t miss this opportunity!
When: March 28th 7:15 to 9:00 pm
Where: The George Washington University Law School, 1st floor of Stockton and Lerner Halls, Washington, DC 20052.
RSVP by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Diversity Event” in the subject line. Include your university name and your year (1L, 2L, etc.).
The UB Law Review and SSWLC are proud to sponsor the Center on Applied Feminism’s Fifth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference.
A workshop featuring three guest speakers who are experts on the federal and state legislative process will be held on March 1. Senator Barbara Mikulski will deliver the keynote address on at the conference on March 2.
Spring meetings are great networking opportunities.
The ABA Law Student Division 3rd Circuit will convene its 3rd Circuit Spring Meeting on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at Drexel University, Earle Mack School of Law.
Join fellow law students from Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware for this student-organized event that features resume reviews, mock interviews, professionalism tips, and hints on how to transition from law school to legal practice. Best of all – it’s free!
Don’t miss one of UB Law’s biggest events of the year!
The University of Baltimore Students for Public Interest (UBSPI) is proud to host its 18th Annual Public Interest Auction. This event is not to be missed – not just for the fun, but for the summer fellowships at public interest organizations that will be funded through the event.
When: March 9, 6:30pm-10pm
Where: UB’s Business Center
Thinking about practicing in Howard County?
For great networking events and learning opportunities, take a look at The Barrister, Howard County Bar Association’s newsletter.
Events from now until May are listed, and descriptions can be found on page 2. Read on for events not listed in the newsletter!
January 2012 Newsletter
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