Professional Development News

Katz Teller Brant & Hild seeking 2012 Summer Associate in Cincinnati office

If you are a second-year student seeking a law clerk position over the summer in 2012 and interested in working in Cincinnati, please apply to Katz Teller Brant &  Hild on Symplicity.  (The session is Katz Teller Brant & Hild.)

Udall Native American Congressional Internship Program

The Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation's Native American Congressional Internship program offers Native American and Alaska Native law students a unique opportunity to gain professional leadership experience in Washington, DC.

If you qualify and are interested in applying for this internship, go to:  www.udall.gov and click on "Native American Internship" for details.

Alternatives to Practicing Law - Tuesday, September 27th at 12:15 p.m. in room 175

Please join the Young Lawyers Section of the Kentucky Bar Association in partnership with Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky for Alternatives to Practicing Law.  The program will begin at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27th in room 175.

This will be a discussion on possible alternative careers for lawyers.  Panelists will discuss their career paths, which include both non-traditional legal jobs and non-legal jobs, and how to create and implement an alternative career job search plan.

Panelists include Ashley Blacketer, Founding Partner of Barrister Capital Group, LLC, a Louisville-based provider of Litigation Funding Services); Brandon Coan, Policy Analyst for the Mayor of Louisville; Karen Eberle, Administrator with Sullivan University’s Paralegal Program; Jennifer Frazier, State Law Librarian; Stephanie Renner, Senior Vice President, Head of Compliance and Administration for American Founders Bank; and Susan Reale, Westlaw.

Food will be served outside of room 175.

KY Legislative Research Commission seeking 2L Candidates for 2012-2013 Graduate Fellows Program

Each fellow will be assigned to work with a legislative committee and will be trained in the basic tasks of drafting bills, conducting public policy research, and providing support for legislative committee meetings.  A senior LRC staff person will be assigned to supervise and mentor each fellow and will complete any evaluation forms required by the fellow's university.

Graduate Fellows will work at the Legislative Research Commission in Frankfort a total of approximately 1,000 hours as follows:

May 14 through mid-August - 37.5 hours per week, for a total of at least 500 hours

Mid-August through about April 15 - approximately 20 hours per week, for a total of approximately 500 hours, which will include a session of the General Assembly

Thanksgiving through January 2 - fellows are excused from LRC responsibilities to concentrate on end-of-semester coursework

LRC Graduate Fellows receive a stipend of $13.50 per hour

Interested candidates should apply by sending a resume, cover letter explaining career interests and goals, and one research-oriented writing sample to:  Roy Collins, Assistant Director for H.R., LRC Graduate Fellows Program, State Capitol, Room 300, 700 Capitol Ave., Frankfort, KY  40601  roy.collins@lrc.ky.gov by January 17, 2012.  The program will begin May 14, 2012.

Direct questions to:  Teresa Arnold, Deputy Director for Research, (502)564-8100, ext. 367 or teresa.arnold@lrc.ky.gov

 

Government Honors & Internship Handbook Updates

Here are the most current updates for the Government Honors & Internship Handbook.  The website for the handbook is:  www.law.arizona.edu/career/honorshandbook.cfm  The User ID is:  snicker  and the Password is:  doodle

Lawlapalooza Karaoke Performer du Jour: Professor Tracey Roberts

Lawlapalooza Karaoke Performer du Jour: Professor Sam Marcosson

Alternatives to Practicing Law - Tuesday, September 27th at 12:15 p.m. in room 175

Please join the Young Lawyers Section of the Kentucky Bar Association in partnership with Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky for Alternatives to Practicing Law.  The program will begin at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27th in room 175.

This will be a discussion on possible alternative careers for lawyers.  Panelists will discuss their career paths, which include both non-traditional legal jobs and non-legal jobs, and how to create and implement an alternative career job search plan.

Panelists include Ashley Blacketer, Founding Partner of Barrister Capital Group, LLC, a Louisville-based provider of Litigation Funding Services); Brandon Coan, Policy Analyst for the Mayor of Louisville; Karen Eberle, Administrator with Sullivan University’s Paralegal Program; Jennifer Frazier, State Law Librarian; Stephanie Renner, Senior Vice President, Head of Compliance and Administration for American Founders Bank; and Susan Reale, Westlaw.

Food will be served outside of room 175.
Please RSVP to Lori Alvey at:  lalvey@kybar.org if you plan on attending.
   

Summer 2012 Fellowship Opportunities - The Indian Law Resource Center

For information about the Indian Law Resource Center, visit:  www.indianlaw.org

Several fellowship and clerkship opportunities in the Montana and DC offices are available.

If interested, view the attachment.

U.S. Marine Corps JAG Information Session, Thursday, September 22nd, at Noon in room 171

If you are interested in opportunities with the U.S. Marine Corps JAG, please attend the Information Session at Noon, Thursday, September 22nd, in room 171.