Attention Law School Student Organization Leaders:
Any law school student group hoping to be eligible for UofL funding must send two representatives, one of which is the group's President, to the mandatory RSO half-day meeting on Saturday, September 10, in the Student Activities Center. The tentative schedule begins with check-in at 9:30AM and ends at 3:00PM and will include a free lunch for all participants. Follow the link below to register for the meeting:
If you believe your group will be unable to send representatives to this meeting, please contact the RSO staff ASAP. Questions? Contact Kristie Wetterer - SBA President.
If you are planning to sit for the November 5 MPRE, the regular application deadline is September 20. Applicants may register for the MPRE online or by mail. The online version of the 2011 MPRE Information Booklet and registration information appears at www.ncbex.org. Read the MPRE Information Booklet carefully, as applicants are responsible for all information contained in it. The booklet provides a description of the MPRE, an outline of the subject matter covered, representative sample questions, guidelines for taking the exam, as well as application information.
DHS accepting applications for General Counsel's Honors Attorney Program and Summer Law Intern ProgramPosted August 22nd, 2011 by Debra K. Reh
August 18, 2011
DHS GENERAL COUNSEL’S HONORS ATTORNEY PROGRAM
The Office of the General Counsel for the Department of Homeland Security is pleased to announce that DHS is now accepting applications for our Fall 2012 General Counsel’s Honors Attorney Program. Please disregard our earlier notice.
DHS’s Office of the General Counsel will accept applications for the Fall 2012 General Counsel’s Honors Attorney Program online starting August 18, 2011 through October 1, 2011.
Eligible candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcript (unofficial will be accepted) and list of three references to email@example.com
DHS GENERAL COUNSEL’S SUMMER LAW INTERN PROGRAM
The Office of the General Counsel also continues to accept applications for our 2012 Summer Legal Intern Program online until October 1, 2011. Eligible 2Ls (or 3Ls in 4-year programs) should submit a cover letter, resume, references, and a transcript (unofficial is acceptable) to OGCStaffing@dhs.gov.
(OGC may also consider applications from ILs depending upon remaining vacancies. Interested 1Ls are not eligible to apply until December 1, 2011. The application period for 1Ls will close on December 16, 2011.)
Additional questions should be addressed to Craig Raynsford, Legal Advisor, Office of the General Counsel at Craig.Raynsford1@dhs.gov or 202-447-3303.
The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor.
The Brandeis Academic Fellows will begin holding their office hours this week in Room 102. See the attached schedule.
Why should you attend the Interview Skills session?
If you plan on interviewing for a job in your lifetime and want to make it successful, you need to attend! This does not only apply to on campus interviews.
Hear from fellow students who have interviewed and listen to their advice. Dean Urbach will provide information on the interview process and the skills you need to make it successful. Professor Jim Jones will also be speaking.
Friday, August 26th - 1:00 p.m. in room 175
Pizza and drinks will be served.
If you are planning to sit for the November 5 MPRE, the regular application deadline is September 20. Applicants may register for the MPRE online or by mail. The online version of the 2011 MPRE Information Booklet and registration information appears at www.ncbex.org. Read the MPRE Information Booklet carefully, as applicants are responsible for all information contained in it. The booklet provides a description of the MPRE, an outline of the subject matter covered, representative sample questions, and guidelines for taking the exam as well as application information.