Students, mark your calendars. To learn more about just a few of the many opportunities your law school offers, plan to attend these information sessions. All are Thursdays at 12:10 p.m., in Room 075. Additional details will be posted, closer to each event. Questions now? Check with Dean Bean, email@example.com.
January 27 Study Abroad
February 10 Law School Sustainability Committee
February 17 Journals at the Law School
February 24 Brandeis Moot Court & Professional Skills Board
March 3 Dual Degree Programs at the Law School
March 24 Louisville Law Clinic and Externships
In 2011, The Peggy Browning Fund will support over 50 funder Summer Fellowships in labor-related organizations throughout the U.S. Summer Fellowship stipends are a minimum of $4,500 per student for a ten-week employment period. In many cases Mentor Organizations will supplement the stipend. See each individual fellowship description for details.
Students interested in applying must submit applications both to the listed organization and to The Peggy Browning Fund. Applications must be received no later than Friday, January 14th.
If interested, please go to: http://www.peggybrowningfund.org/apply.html
If you have questions, contact Professor Levinson.
Because you may not have been checking the Daily Docket over the holiday break, this appeared in the Monday, December 13th edition.