Because of confusion regarding the date when materials were due for Arbitration Team interviews, the deadline for materials (form, statement of interest, unofficial law school transcript, and resume) has been extended to Friday, April 10 at noon. Please give these materials to Professor Levinson or place them in the marked folder on the Moot Court Board office door.
During your interview, you will be asked to give an opening statement (no longer than 10 minutes) on behalf of Banner Trucking from the case file of last year’s competition.
Any 1L wishing to participate in the team MUST be taking evidence during the fall semester.
Please email Andrew Lakin at email@example.com in order to receive the problem and candidacy form, and if you any other questions.
The Legal Aid Society is looking for a law student to assist with their Equal Justice Works Americorps Legal Fellows provide free civil legal services to veterans. Student can begin working at any time.
Student may recieve a $1,175 education award as part of their internship and are required to perform at least 300 hours of service to complete the internship. This program is administered through a partnerhsip with the Legal Aid Society, Equal Justice Works and AmeriCorps.
The deadline to apply is Monday, April 13th. Log on to Symplicity for additional information and how to apply.
The Capital Trials Branch - West office of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy in LaGrange, KY is seeking a law student for an internship for the spring and/or summer of 2015.
The ideal candidate will have finished his/her first or second year of law school, have an interest in death-penalty-defense work, and have demonstrated a commitment to serving the needs of the poor and/or disabled. Above-average organizational skill, motivation and research and writing skills are required. Because the office is located in LaGrange, Kentucky, any candidate must have her/his own transportation.
For more information and how to apply, please log on to the job postings on Symplicity.
The Office of the Governor is currently accepting applications for internships in the Governor's Frankfort Capitol Offices. All internships are unpaid. Interns will be involved in a variety of tasks and responsibilities will vary. However, interns must be self-motivated, professional in attitude and appearance, strong communicators, proficient in computer skills and research, willing to take on new and different tasks, diligent, and dependable.
Please log on to Symplicity for more details and how to apply. Students who receive one of these internships may apply for funding through the Greenebaum Public Interest Fellowship.
A law student is needed to assist Professor Laura Rothstein with the Central High School Partnership and activities to enhance and fine tune the current program. Some assignments will be based on the skills and experiences of the individual in the position.
The time requirement will be a total of 50 hours spread through both semesters -- (schedule will be flexible and will not require work during the exam period). The Fellow will be compensated at a rate of $9.00/hour, in the form of tuition reduction.
Please see the attached application and description for more details on the position. Applications are due to Jina Scinta by Wednesday, April 15.
Applications are now being accepted from 1Ls and 2Ls for the R. Harvey Johnston, III Real Estate Law Summer Fellowship which will support a Brandeis student who works this summer in the field of real estate law. The amount of the fellowship is $5,000. Candidates who apply for the fellowship must find their own placement for the summer with a sponsoring organization. A sponsoring organization can be any organization engaged in a significant amount of legal work concerning real estate. It can be a law firm (including a solo practitioner), a government agency, a nonprofit organization, a title company, a financial institution, or any other organization in which an attorney would be supervising the student's work.
The application for the Johnston Fellowship is located in Symplicity's Document Library under the Resources Tab. If you have any questions about the application process or finding a sponsoring organization, please contact Dean Hajek at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 9 and your application must be submitted to Debra Reh at email@example.com in the Office of Professional Development via email by 4:00 p.m. to be considered.
The law school has arranged externships at many and varied placement sites, each offering unique learning opportunities for students. Amount of academic credit varies, but for each hour of credit earned students ordinarily are expected to devote 56 hours per semester to field work. Students ordinarily should have blocks of 3-4 hours at a time for field work. For fall 2015, the course schedule has been designed so that Tuesday afternoons should be available for most students for part of their externship work. For more information, review the course schedule and see the TWEN course titled “Externship INFORMATION.” Pre-registration forms are available from TWEN, and outside rooms 216 and 287.