Mr. Lou DeFalaise, Director of the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management at the Department of Justice, will be speaking about the opportunities available for new attorneys and interns at the U.S. DOJ.
TODAY’S Session is Part 2 of the How to Get a Government Job during the Fall Hiring Season.
The session is at Noon in room 175 TODAY. Pizza and drinks will be served.
If you borrowed a copy of The Official Guide to Legal Specialties when you met with the Office of Professional Development as a first-year student, please return it.
Second- and third-year students may now "bid" (upload documents to a specific employer) for the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy. Please note that the KY DPA is listed as a separate session. If you are interested in interviewing with the KY DPA, please select that session. The deadline for KY DPA bidding is Wednesday, September 5th.
Are you interested in becoming part of the next generation of progressive lawyers, judges, policy experts, legislators and academics?
Do hold a progressive vision of core constitutional values such as genuine equality, liberty, justice and the rule of law?
Do you believe that the law should be a force to improve the lives of all people?
The American Constitution Society wants you! Join us for our new interest meeting today, 8/28 at 1:00 pm, in room LL75. Free Papalinos pizza will be served. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/ACS-University-of-Louisville-Student-Chapter/436190746419568
Part 2 of our presentation: How to Get a Government Job during the Fall Hiring Season - U.S. Dept. of Justice – Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program Information Session – Wednesday, August 29 at Noon in room 175
If you are interested in a career with the U.S. Dept. of Justice, please attend. Mr. Lou DeFalaise, Director of the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management at the Department of Justice, will be speaking about the opportunities available for new attorneys and interns at the U.S. DOJ.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
University of Louisville's CPC (Club Programming Committee) provides funding for student organizations' special events (i.e. guest speakers) that would not be possible without this financial assistance. CPC requires a detailed budget of how the funding will be used.
For guidelines and the application, please visit http://louisville.edu/dos/students/programsawards/cpc/club-programming-committee.html. The fall 2012 application deadline is September 19, 2012, at 3 pm for events occurring after October 10, for the fall semester.