Stop by Conference Room 102 in the new law school administrative suite next Tuesday, October 4th at 12:30 PM to meet Capt. Brady from the U.S. Air Force and learn about internship and post-graduate opportunities with the U.S. Air Force JAG. All students welcome.
questions? Contact Assistant Dean O’Brien: email@example.comRead More
Interested in learning about opportunities with the U.S. Marine Corps Jag? Come to a brown bag info session on 9/28 @12:15 – Room 161
All students (including 1Ls!) are invited and encouraged to come to a brown bag lunch session with a representative from the US Marine Corps JAG next Wednesday, September 28 at 12:15 PM in Room 161. Please join us! If you have any questions, please contact Career Services.Read More
Interested in learning about career paths with the US Army JAG? Join us Friday at 12:15 in Room 161!
All students (including 1Ls!) are invited and encouraged to come to a brown bag lunch session with a representative from the US Army JAG this Friday at 12:15 PM in Room 161. Please join us! If you have any questions, please contact Career Services.Read More
Just a reminder, student registration for the Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair is open! Friday, October 28 & Saturday, October 29
Just a reminder, student registration for the Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair is open!
Friday, October 28 & Saturday, October 29
Crystal Gateway Marriott
(just outside of Washington DC)
The Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair is the largest national public interest career fair and an opportunity for students and recent graduates to participate in both pre-scheduled interviews and networking events with employers from across the country! Click here to learn more about the event and register today!
Students can apply for jobs now through September 14th. Nearly 150 employers have already posted over 175 unique jobs & internships with over 1400 openings!
In addition to interviewing and networking with employers, attendees will have the opportunity to have their resumes and cover letters reviewed; participate in mock interviews; and attend panels lead by experienced public interest attorneys on international and immigration careers, managing student debt, and how students can organize to fight injustice. We’re thrilled to announce that former Presidential nominee Ralph Nader will speak in one of our opening sessions and Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will serve as our keynote speaker on Friday afternoon! Students can continue to register for conference sessions and “Table Talk” up to the day of the event.Read More
Seeking legal interns for the Summit County Prosecutor’s Office – Delinquency Division. Applicants MUST have an an intern certificate (or be eligible to get one). The Delinquency Division prosecutes youth under 18 who are charged with a crime, traffic offense or truancy in Summit County. Our office is located at Juvenile Court (650 Dan Street). This is an unpaid internship, but we will work with youth who coordinate their hours for credit. Interns will assist with office help, case preparation, legal research and writing and will handle their own cases in court (from pretrial all the way through trial and disposition.) It’s a great opportunity for anyone interested in courtroom work, trial work, or criminal law generally. Interns will be supervised by division attorneys, and will be taught our practice from the ground up. Applicants must be able to work independently, with exceptional organization skills, and be able to work well with others. If anyone has questions, they should contact me directly via email. Applicants should send a resume and a letter outlining their availability (days/times during the week and the number of hours they want to work) to my attention: firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to fill spots for 2 legal interns as soon as possible.
Note: This internship is eligible for the Public Interest Stipend. Contact Career Services for more info!Read More