Professional Development News

How To Be A Good Summer Law Clerk - Tuesday, April 15th at Noon - Room 175

On Tuesday, April 15, from 12:00 [noon] to 1:00 p.m., in Room 175, the Office of Professional Development will be hosting an information session focused on preparing students who will be working for a law firm, government agency, non-profit organization, or judge this summer. A panel consisting of attorneys and law students will share their advice on how to impress your boss this summer, what to expect in terms of assignments, how to manage your assignments, and how to prepare for serving as a law clerk. The panelists are:

Robert Croft, Jr. - Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl
Greg Mayes, Jr. - Attorney, Phillips Parker Orberson & Arnett PLC
Philip Heleringer (2L) - Law Clerk last summer with Stoll Keenan Ogden
Lindsay Howard (2L) - Judicial Intern[ship] last summer with the Honorable John G. Heyburn, Federal District Court

This is information you need to know to be successful this summer! Lunch will be provided.

Real Estate Law Panel - Monday, April 14, 2:25 p.m. Room 275

Come hear leading practitioners in real estate law provide advice on finding job opportunities and building careers in real estate law.  The panel will be moderated by Professor Laura Rothstein and panelists include:

•Fred Joseph, Of Counsel, Stites & Harbison - Former chair of the firm's real estate section, Mr. Joseph focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law with an emphasis on affordable housing, commercial lending and land use
•Stephen Porter, Attorney-at-Law & Owner & Principal Broker,  Steve Porter Realtors - In addition to managing his own law firm, Mr. Porter co-owns the Tucker House B&B and is an adjunct professor at the Brandeis School of Law  (Land Use and Planning Law & Local Government Law)
•Sharon Hardy, Partner, Weber & Rose - Ms. Hardy concentrates her practice in complex commercial transactions, focusing on asset-based lending and commercial real estate.
•Anne Scholtz, - Ms. Scholtz focuses her practice on real estate closings and other property law matters, estate planning and business formations and transactions.  She also served as the 2012 chairperson of the LBA real estate law section.

Indiana Bar Association Diversity Job Fair - August 21 & 22, 2014 - Indianapolis, IN

Attention rising second-year students interested in participating in the Indianapolis Bar Association Diversity Job Fair on Thursday, August 21 and Friday, August 22.  There is a registration information sheet attached.

Fall 2014, full-time 2L law students (graduating May 2016) or part-time 2L and 3L law students (graduating 2016/2017) are invited to participate in the IndyBar Diversity Job Fair.  Candidates who represent all aspects of diversity and who are looking for a one-of-a-kind legal community in a Midwestern city that has both cosmopolitan style and small-town charm are invited to participate. 

Student registration is now open. 

Students can register for the IndyBar Diversity Job Fair via Symplicity's web site at https://law-indybar-csm.symplicity.com/students.  After you submit your registration, an automatically-generated password will be provided, which will enable you to use the system throughout the next few months. The student registration deadline is July 19, 2014. Only students who have registered, bid and obtain interviews can participate in Diversity Job Fair events.
 

Southeastern Minority Job Fair - July 25 & 26, 2014 - Marrietta, GA

If you are interested in participating in the Southeastern Minority Job Fair in Marrietta, GA on July 25 & 26, 2014, please pre-register on Symplicity.  The job fair is open to rising 2L and 3L students and May 2014 graduates.  Your pre-registration is not a commitment to attend but only to indicate that you are interested in participating.  Log into Symplicity and click on "OCI" although this will not be an on campus interview.  The session Southeastern Minority Job Fair Pre-Registration is currently the default session.  Scroll down to the employer and click "Apply".  You do not have to submit anything.  The deadline to pre-register is Monday, April 21 at 2:00 p.m.

Only those students who have pre-registered will receive a login and password to view employers and submit applications during the online submission period of May 15 - May 30.    

How To Be A Good Summer Law Clerk - Tuesday, April 15th at Noon - Room 175

On Tuesday, April 15, from 12:00 [noon] to 1:00 p.m., in Room 175, the Office of Professional Development will be hosting an information session focused on preparing students who will be working for a law firm, government agency, non-profit organization, or judge this summer. A panel consisting of attorneys and law students will share their advice on how to impress your boss this summer, what to expect in terms of assignments, how to manage your assignments, and how to prepare for serving as a law clerk. The panelists are:

Robert Croft, Jr. - Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl
Greg Mayes, Jr. - Attorney, Phillips Parker Orberson & Arnett PLC
Philip Heleringer (2L) - Law Clerk last summer with Stoll Keenan Ogden
Lindsay Howard (2L) - Judicial Intern[ship] last summer with the Honorable John G. Heyburn, Federal District Court

This is information you need to know to be successful this summer! Lunch will be provided.

Real Estate Law Panel - Monday, April 14, 2:25 p.m. Room 275

Come hear leading practitioners in real estate law provide advice on finding job opportunities and building careers in real estate law.  The panel will be moderated by Professor Laura Rothstein and panelists include:

•Fred Joseph, Of Counsel, Stites & Harbison - Former chair of the firm's real estate section, Mr. Joseph focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law with an emphasis on affordable housing, commercial lending and land use
•Stephen Porter, Attorney-at-Law & Owner & Principal Broker,  Steve Porter Realtors - In addition to managing his own law firm, Mr. Porter co-owns the Tucker House B&B and is an adjunct professor at the Brandeis School of Law  (Land Use and Planning Law & Local Government Law)
•Sharon Hardy, Partner, Weber & Rose - Ms. Hardy concentrates her practice in complex commercial transactions, focusing on asset-based lending and commercial real estate.
•Anne Scholtz, - Ms. Scholtz focuses her practice on real estate closings and other property law matters, estate planning and business formations and transactions.  She also served as the 2012 chairperson of the LBA real estate law section.

How To Be A Good Summer Law Clerk - Tuesday, April 15, 12:00-1:00 p.m., Room 175

On Tuesday, April 15, from 12:00 [noon] to 1:00 p.m., in Room 175, the Office of Professional Development will be hosting an information session focused on preparing students who will be working for a law firm, government agency, non-profit organization, or judge this summer. A panel consisting of attorneys and law students will share their advice on how to impress your boss this summer, what to expect in terms of assignments, how to manage your assignments, and how to prepare for serving as a law clerk. The panelists are:

Robert Croft, Jr. - Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl
Greg Mayes, Jr. - Attorney, Phillips Parker Orberson & Arnett PLC
Philip Heleringer (2L) - Law Clerk last summer with Stoll Keenan Ogden
Lindsay Howard (2L) - Judicial Intern[ship] last summer with the Honorable John G. Heyburn, Federal District Court

This is information you need to know to be successful this summer! Lunch will be provided.

 

Bingham McCutchen in Lexington, KY seeking May 2014 Graduates

Bingham McCutchen in Lexington, KY has several openings for the position of  Senior Conflict Analyst.  For details about the job and how to apply, log into Symplicity.

 

How To Be A Good Law Clerk Or Summer Associate - Tuesday, April 15 - 12:00 p.m. - Room 175

On Tuesday, April 15, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m., in Room 175, the Office of Professional Development will be hosting an information session on ways to be a good law clerk or summer associate.  There will be a panel of employers and students who will provide students with valuable information on what firms look for in a good law clerk or summer associate.  The panelists will be:

Robert Croft, Jr. - Dinsmore & Shohl
Greg Mayes, Jr. - Phillips Parker Orberson & Arnett PLC
Philip Heleringer - Law Clerk
Lindsay Howard - Judicial Internship

The information these panelists will provide will be invaluable to any student.  You won't want to miss it.  Lunch will be provided.

Real Estate Law Panel - Monday, April 14, 2:25 p.m. Room 275

Come hear leading practitioners in real estate law provide advice on finding job opportunities and building careers in real estate law.  The panel will be moderated by Professor Laura Rothstein and panelists include:

  • Fred Joseph, Of Counsel, Stites & Harbison - Former chair of the firm's real estate section, Mr. Joseph focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate law with an emphasis on affordable housing, commercial lending and land use
  • Stephen Porter, Attorney-at-Law & Owner & Principal Broker,  Steve Porter Realtors - In addition to managing his own law firm, Mr. Porter co-owns the Tucker House B&B and is an adjunct professor at the Brandeis School of Law  (Land Use and Planning Law & Local Government Law)
  • Sharon Hardy, Partner, Weber & Rose - Ms. Hardy concentrates her practice in complex commercial transactions, focusing on asset-based lending and commercial real estate.
  • Anne Scholtz, Borders & Borders - Ms. Scholtz focuses her practice on real estate closings and other property law matters, estate planning and business formations and transactions.  She also served as the 2012 chairperson of the LBA real estate law section.