If you want to take the February 2016 Bar Exam, the deadline for LATE Application to Register as a Candidate for the February 2016 Bar Examination is Monday, August 17, 2015.
Please visit the Supreme Court of Ohio Bar Admissions website for further information on registering as a Candidate for Admission: http://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/AttySvcs/admissions/application/default.asp.
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We hope your summer is going well!
We are preparing to welcome our new 1L members of Akron Law the week of August 24, and we need your help. We have a large class of students starting law school this year. You have been through one or more years of law school, and your experience is invaluable to someone just starting law school.
Please consider being a mentor. It will not take a lot of your time. The main purpose is for you to be there for a new 1L to call, someone they can talk to when they arrive.
Though would like to have mentors attend the Orientation Dinner on August 24, 5:30 – 8:00 pm to meet their mentee if possible, you may be a mentor without attending the dinner.
With the larger class of incoming students, we need nearly all of our upper division students to be a mentor. If you are considering whether or not to be a mentor and have any questions, please contact Assistant Dean Ivy Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please email Mary Cooke at email@example.com if you can be a mentor, and also whether you can attend the Orientation Dinner. Thank you!Read More
Please join us in welcoming our new Akron Law students!
This is an invitation and also a request for your help, which we need to be able to have a successful Orientation Week for our incoming students. You are invaluable, and the best to welcome our new students.
To volunteer and register for Orientation Week events, please visit: https://akron.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_aaVr8MixPz0env7.
Once we have received all the surveys, we will contact you to confirm your volunteer hours.
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ATTENTION: LAW STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
Akron Law, including Student Services is gearing up for the start of construction on our new law building. As such, effective July 1, 2015 we will no longer assign student mailboxes. Please clear any items in the mailbox by June 30, 2015. Student Services will remove any remaining items on July 1, 2015. Current student mailboxes and Student Organization mailboxes will be marked ‘Do Not Stuff’ and removed during reconstruction.
After June 30th, when there are non-electronic, hard-copy items which need to make their way between students, faculty and staff, the procedure will be:
- The drop-off person is responsible for notifying all parties that their item(s) has been left with the law school’s receptionist desk for them to pick up
- The drop-off person shall bring the item(s) to the law receptionist desk clearly labeled with the name of the person it is for, and the date of drop off.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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Scanlon/Bell Inn of Court accepting applications for 2015-2016 Term
These days lawyers have little time to do much beyond maintaining their law practices. The Charles F. Scanlon and Judge Samuel H. Bell Inn of Court offers a respite from those pressures, as well as an opportunity to expand your network of lawyers and judges.
Well into its fourth decade, the Inn is accepting applications for membership for the 2015-2016 Term. The Inn was founded by leading members of the Bar, including Federal District Judge Sam Bell, in collaboration with the Akron Bar Association and the University of Akron School of Law. It has maintained its vigor by enrolling new members who want to learn and share information about ethics, public issues, and advocacy through the programs offered by the Inn. We currently have openings in the pupils group, which is made up of law students and lawyers with less than four years of experience, and the barristers group, which is made up of lawyers with between four and fifteen years of experience. We may also have openings in the bencher group, which is made up of senior lawyers and judges.
If you are interested in associating with judges and senior lawyers or offering mentoring to newer lawyers, please consider joining. To do so, send your resume and a letter or email to Clair E. Dickinson, Brouse McDowell, 388 South Main Street, Suite 500, Akron, OH 44311, email@example.com, by May 15, 2015.
The Masters of the Bench meet during May each year to vote on new members. If you are a lawyer accepted for the pupil or barrister class, you will be entitled to serve a two-year term, which can be renewed once. Law-student pupils serve for one year. Benchers serve for life. There are no dues for members of the pupils group. Dues are $125 per year for barristers and $325 per year for benchers.
If you are accepted as an Inn member, you will attend our dinner meetings, which are held on the third Wednesday of each month, September through April, skipping December. Programs at these meetings consist of presentations on ethics, public issues, and advocacy, for which CLE credit is provided.
In addition, all members of the Inn are members of a pupilage group, which is a small working body of the Inn. There are four pupilage groups with representation from each of the three classes (benchers, barristers, and pupils). Each pupilage group is responsible for a presentation at least once during the year. Pupilage groups meet after work or during lunch to plan presentations and to discuss matters of common interest.
Modeled after the English Inns of Court, the Scanlon/Bell Inn has actively pursued its mission, and we look forward to those of like minds becoming involved. Please submit your resume and letter or email no later than June 22, 2015.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Clair Dickinson at (330) 535-5711.