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collapse : September
Air Force JAG Presentation
Date: 9/4/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0220 South Hall
Description:
Captain Nicholas Mahanic, Air Force JAG lawyer and UMLS '08, will give an informational briefing to 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, & LLMs about the opportunities in the Air Force JAG Corps.  View media/slides of presentation. 
 
 *Although the United States Armed Forces have recently revised their employment policies and practices (specifically, through the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"), their policies continue to discriminate on the basis of gender identity and gender expression.  Current federal law, however, effectively prevents the Law School from applying its anti-discrimination policy to military recruiters, including those for the Judge Advocate General Corps.  The fact that military recruiters are here in no way reflects the Law School's endorsement of their discriminatory employment practices.


Navy JAG Info Session
Date: 9/9/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1025 South Hall
Description:

​Hear LT Brian Henning will give an informational briefing to students about opportunities with Navy JAG.

 *Although the United States Armed Forces have recently revised their employment policies and practices (specifically, through the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”), their policies continue to discriminate on the basis of gender identity and gender expression. Current federal law, however, effectively prevents the Law School from applying its anti-discrimination policy to military recruiters, including those for the Judge Advocate General Corps. The fact that military recruiters are here in no way reflects the Law School’s endorsement of their discriminatory employment practices.



2L Public Interest Job Search Strategies (and Equal Justice Works Career Fair Info)
Date: 9/10/2014
Time: 11:45am-12:45pm
Location: 0220 South Hall
Description:

​Learn* about how to get a great 2L job with a government agency or a nonprofit. Alyson Robbins (Public Interest Director) and Robin Kaplan (Government Advisor) will talk about general job search strategies and the Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair in DC at the end of October including why you may want to attend this career fair of 100+ public service employers, how to make the most of the event, the registration process, funding, and more!  View presentation slides (PDF file).



Army JAG Presentation
Date: 9/12/2014
Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm
Location: 1025 South Hall
Description:

Major Michael Rizzotti, Army JAG lawyer, will give an informational briefing to all students about the opportunities in the Army JAG. Lunch is not provided.

*Although the United States Armed Forces have recently revised their employment policies and practices (specifically, through the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"), their policies continue to discriminate on the basis of gender identity and gender expression. Current federal law, however, effectively prevents the Law School from applying its anti-discrimination policy to military recruiters, including those for the Judge Advocate General Corps. The fact that military recruiters are here in no way reflects the Law School's endorsement of their discriminatory employment practices.



Bar Exam Information Meeting
Date: 9/19/2014
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 100 Hutchins Hall
Description:

Deans Baum and Bloom* (MP3 file) will provide information on the bar exam application process, multi-state and state portions of the bar exam, bar review courses, and character and fitness considerations. Sponsored by the Offices of Career Planning and Student Affairs.



BLA Presents: Lawyers in the Business World with Michigan Law Alum Matt Berke
Date: 9/19/2014
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: 250 Hutchins Hall
Description:

Hear* (MP3 file) Matt Berke is Managing Director, Institutional Equity Division for Morgan Stanley, where he oversees operations for eight different groups on three continents, including North America, Asia, and Europe. After law school, he worked as an associate at Simpson Thatcher for five years, and then moved on to Morgan Stanley in its equities department. Over the next 18 years he rose through the ranks to his current leadership role. Come learn about careers in business law both in and out of the firm.

Lunch will be served!
Jointly Sponsored by the Business Law Association, Law School Alumni Relations and the Office of Career Planning.



The New Patent Battlefront: How Inter Partes and Post-Grant Reviews Have Changed Litigation
Date: 9/26/2014
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

The America Invents Act created a new regime for patent litigation and parties are scrambling to adjust. The regime’s new administrative patent challenges complicate even relatively straightforward patent disputes, changing the calculus for demand letters, licensing, and litigation. Please watch* (Media file) attorneys from Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP as they explore these two-year old proceedings, using specific examples and anecdotes from personal experience, to help introduce and prepare attendees for the changing patent landscape.



Earthjustice: A Career in Public-Interest Environmental Law
Date: 9/30/2014
Time: 11:55am-12:45pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Earthjustice is the nation’s original and largest nonprofit environmental law organization and its passionate attorneys use the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health, to preserve magnificent places and wildlife, to advance clean energy, and to combat climate change. Please listen to* Earthjustice Managing Attorney Tim Preso to learn more about the work of Earthjustice and career opportunities in the field of public-interest environmental law. Cosponsored by the Office of Career Planning, the Environmental Law Society, OPIS and MEnergy. Lunch will be served.



collapse : October
I Want a Clerkship...So How Do I Apply?
Date: 10/1/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

All 2Ls considering judicial clerkships should attend to hear* Professor Joan Larsen, Faculty Clerkship Advisor, and Greta Trakul, OCP Clerkship Advisor, discuss timing, materials, and other considerations for Federal and State judicial clerkships.



Introduction to OCP for 1Ls
Date: 10/6/2014
Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm
Location: 100 Hutchins Hall
Description:

​Hear* Jeremy Bloom, Assistant Dean for Career Planning, and Beth Chen, Attorney-Counselor, give an overview of the Office of Career Planning and will discuss counseling appointments and assigned counselors.  See presentation power point slides (PDF).



Public Service 101
Date: 10/7/2014
Time: 11:55am-12:55pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Please join Alyson Robbins, Public Interest Director, and Robin Kaplan, Government Advisor, to learn about careers in public service*! We're talking civil rights, financial regulation, prosecution, indigent defense, domestic violence, human trafficking, immigration, child welfare, education, housing, poverty law, reproductive justice, environmental law, etc.! This program is for 1Ls who want to learn about working for government agencies and non-profits and resources to support your public service job search. Start with this introduction and then plan to come to OPIS's 1L Job Night!



A Day in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk
Date: 10/9/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 100 Hutchins Hall
Description:

The Federalist Society and the Office of Career Planning will host Michael Huston ('11) for a talk* (MP3)on his clerkship experiences and his perspective on clerking at the Supreme Court this past term. Michael Huston clerked for the Honorable Raymond Kethledge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit from 2011 to 2012, and went on to clerk for Chief Justice John Roberts of the United States Supreme Court this past term.



Resume and Cover Letter Workshop for 1Ls
Date: 10/10/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

​ This workshop* (view slides and hear audio) instruct 1L students on how to write a legal resume and cover letter. Counselors familiar with both public and private sector employers will share helpful tips and examples of good (and not-so-good) resumes and cover letters. Two sessions offered - students should attend one or the other.



Clerkship Words of Wisdom
Date: 10/15/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Listen to* (MP3) a panel of 3L students who were successful in their clerkship searches will provide tips and advice on what worked, what didn't, and what they wished they'd known.



Private Sector Jobs for 1Ls
Date: 10/16/2014
Time: 4:45pm-5:45pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

The FYI Board and the Office of Career Planning invite 1Ls to an informational panel to learn more*about working at law firms during the 1L summer.



Resume and Cover Letter Workshop for 1Ls
Date: 10/20/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

This workshop instructs 1L students on how to write a legal resume and cover letter. Counselors familiar with both public and private sector employers will share helpful tips and examples of good (and not-so-good) resumes and cover letters. Two sessions offered - students should attend one or the other.  View slides.



Alternative Career Paths: David Cho, adidas's Global NBA Partnership Director
Date: 10/23/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0225 South Hall
Description:

Jobs at law firms -- jobs as lawyers -- aren't the only options available to Michigan Law grads. David Cho ('06) knows that better than most. David turned down a post-grad offer from his 2L firm and headed straight to Nike after graduation. He's been working in global brand and strategy positions since then. At adidas, David manages adidas's 11-year global partnership with the NBA and manages the key team partnerships adidas has with a number of NBA teams. Hear* (MP3) about David's unique career path and his advice on how your law degree can open doors to business and other non-traditional career paths. Co-sponsored with the Sports Law Society. 

Non-pizza lunch will be served - please RSVP via https://docs.google.com/a/umich.edu/forms/d/1c6tPCL2b1LBTk9-VcnIlrykPQ7EBNPDl5U6eJaOtzPg/viewform



Interviewing Tips & Tricks for 1Ls
Date: 10/27/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 100 Hutchins Hall
Description:

Hear* (MP3) tThe Office of Career Planning provide tips and tricks on how to interview successfully for summer employment. Lunch is not provided - please plan to pack or bring one to the presentation.



Clerkship Interview Preparation
Date: 10/30/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0220 South Hall
Description:

​Professor Joan Larsen and Clerkship Advisor Greta Trakul* (MP3)give tips for conducting clerkship interviews and discuss how to leverage your interviews.



collapse : November
Networking for 1Ls with Pyper Alpern
Date: 11/3/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Pyper* (MP3) will discuss networking: what it is, how to conquer your fear of it, and how it can help you find the job of your dreams.  



Networking for 1Ls with Beth Chen
Date: 11/6/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Beth will discuss networking: what it is, how to conquer your fear of it, and how it can help you find the job of your dreams.  View presentation slides.



In-House Counsel Panel
Date: 11/7/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:
Hear* (MP3) attorneys working in-house at Monsanto, United Airlines, and Chrysler will describe their career paths and their roles working in-house at some of the country's largest companies. 
 
Panelists: 
Doug Wilner ('02) - Mosanto
Joe Lucas ('08) - Chrysler
Theresa Conduah, Counsel - IP at United Airlines
 


Inside Chambers: How to Find a Judicial Internship
Date: 11/12/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0225 South Hall
Description:

​Hear* what it's really like to work inside chambers for the summer. A panel of current students who have recently interned for a judge will give their inside perspectives. In addition, Clerkship Advisor Greta Trakul will give instructions and tips for how to find and apply for these terrific opportunities.



Career Panel: Medium-Sized and Boutique Law Firms
Date: 11/18/2014
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:
Hear* (MP3 file) attorneys from Chicago-based Goldberg Kohn and DC-based Harris Wiltshire & Grannis share their experiences doing top-end legal work at smaller firms than you might typically think of as the place for cutting edge deals and cases. Alum Mark Grannis is the Managing Partner of Harris Wiltshire & Grannis. Alum Kyle Walther is an associate at Goldberg Kohn who started his career in biglaw.


collapse : December
Skadden 1L Scholars Program Information Meeting
Date: 12/2/2014
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

Hear* (MP3 file) attorneys from Skadden present information about their 1L Scholars Program, a 10-week ultimate summer experience comprised of law firm, corporate in-house and public interest experiences. Through the program, Skadden is seeking to attract exceptional law students whose life experiences, demonstrated interests and achievements align with the firm’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and client service. Currently, the 1L Scholars Program includes six firm offices: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Palo Alto, Washington, D.C. and Wilmington. Students who successfully complete the 1L Scholars Program will receive offers to participate in Skadden's summer associate program following their 2L year.   



Latham 1L Fellowship Program Information Meeting
Date: 12/3/2014
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

Latham's 1L Fellowship Program and Diversity Leadership Academy offers unique opportunities for 1L students to gain valuable professional experience, mentoring and training early in their careers.  Hear* (MP3 file) a panel of Latham attorneys to hear more about these programs and Latham generally. 



collapse : January
Interview Tips for LL.M./S.J.D. Students
Date: 1/16/2015
Time: 12:00pm-12:45pm
Location: 1025 South Hall
Description:

Assistant Dean Jeremy Bloom will provide interviewing advice and tips in advance of the Overseas-Trained LL.M. Interview Program for LL.M./S.J.D. students.



Fellowships 101
Date: 1/29/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:55pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:
Postgraduate fellowships are a great way to begin a public interest career right out of law school. If you are committed to using your law degree as a tool for justice, you should consider pursuing one of these unique opportunities! This presentation can help 1Ls begin to understand and identify fellowship options and help 2Ls (or 3Ls who will be clerking) get started on great fellowship applications. Lara Finkbeiner ('13), Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project, will be presenting.  View presentation with slides.


collapse : February
In-House at Dow Corning: Transitioning from Law Firm Associate to In-House Counsel
Date: 2/3/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Hear* Shandell Massey ('05), Counsel and Lynn D. Krause, Assistant General Counsel and Chief of Staff at Dow Corning in Midland, MI, speak about what it's like to practice at Dow Corning, what qualifications and skills they seek in their summer interns and attorneys, and how to transfer from a law firm job to an in-house position. 



Networking at Meet the Employers and Other Career Fairs
Date: 2/5/2015
Time: In-person presentation cancelled due to weather - Watch/listen to presentation
Location:
Description:

Would you like a job your 2L summer? Learn how to maximize your success at Meet the Employers and other career fair events. Hear/View best practices from OCP's Pyper Alpern and tips from 2L Stephanie Marshak.  Topics including how to introduce yourself to employers, strike up a conversation that will leave recruiters impressed with your intelligence and personality and follow up effectively so you can start building professional relationships that will lead to employment your 2L summer and beyond.



Paths to Immigration, Public Interest and Academia
Date: 2/6/2015
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Mike Kagan (UMLS '00) of UNLV and Jack Chin (UMLS '88) of UC- Davis are law professors who actively work on cases in addition to writing legal scholarship. They will discuss their journeys to the academy and public interest practice, and how Michigan prepared them for their careers. In particular, Mike will discuss practicing refugee law abroad and immigration law in the U.S., developing legal aid - and changing what legal aid means, why every lawyer needs to know immigration law, and about ending up as a law professor. Jack will discuss representing poor people in criminal cases, and his efforts to effect legal change in immigration and criminal justice policy.



Career Chat with Michigan State Appellate Defender Office
Date: 2/9/2015
Time: 12:10pm-12:50pm
Location: 1025 South Hall
Description:

Listen to* ​Erin Van Campen ('12) and Katherine Marcusz (Dec. '11) talk about their career paths and their work with SADO, the State Appellate Defender Office in Detroit. 



Career Talk with U.S. Attorney Patrick A. Miles, Jr., U.S. Attorney's Office, Western District of Michigan
Date: 2/12/2015
Time: 12:00pm-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:
Hear* a talk with Patrick A Miles, U.S. Attorney for the Western Distinct of Michigan. Mr. Miles was nominated  by President Obama on March 29, 2012 to serve as U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan.& He is the district's first African American U.S. Attorney. Read his biography here. Mr. Miles will also be joined by two Assistant U.S. Attorneys from the office to talk about the career path to an AUSA, the work of their office and summer internship opportunities. Bring your questions!


Life After Law School - Advice from the ABA: How to Prepare for, Get and Excel at the Job You Want
Date: 2/18/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

Attorneys from the ABA Section of Litigation Law School Initiative will give a presentation on job search and interviewing techniques. All law students (1L, 2L, or 3L) are welcome and a pizza lunch will be provided for attendees. Panelists will include: Daniel Quick of Dickinson Wright PPLC and Charles Denton of Barnes & Thornburg LLP.  View/hear presentation.



collapse : March
How to Market Yourself for International JD Students
Date: 3/10/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1025 South Hall
Description:

Prof. Tim Dickinson, together with Beth Chen and Jeremy Bloom from OCP, will provide advice to international JD students on conducting a successful 2L summer job search. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP at https://docs.google.com/a/umich.edu/forms/d/1L-095VbDKHeBi3KxUuG9k1_SOrZfFXFtmew4dZOQDXQ/viewform by March 6.



Skadden Fellowship Foundation
Date: 3/11/2015
Time: 12:00pm-1:10pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Hear* Susan Butler Plum, founder and director of Skadden Fellowship Foundation, will be here to discuss this prestigious postgraduate fellowship. 2Ls and soon-to-be-clerking 3Ls, join us to get tips/advice as you look for sponsoring organizations and begin thinking about potential projects. 1Ls, it's not too early to start learning about postgraduate fellowships! And come with questions for Ms. Plum!!



Market Series - Northern California, with Jon Escher
Date: 3/12/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Listen to* (MP3) Jon Escher, founding partner of Solutus Legal Search - a Northern California attorney search management and career consulting firm - will talk about the current status of the Northern California legal market. He'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in California during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.  View Market Handout.



Market Series - Detroit, with Nancy Newman
Date: 3/16/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Listen to* (MP3) Nancy Newman, President and founder of Newman Hawkins Legal Search - a legal recruiting firm specializing in in-house and law firm attorney placements - talk with students about the current status of the Detroit and Southeast Michigan legal market. She'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in Michigan during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.  View Market Handout (PDF).



Market Series - New York, with Carol Kanarek
Date: 3/17/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Listen to* (MP3) Carol Kanarek (UMLS '79), founder of Kanarek & Brady, LLC - a firm offering career transition, coaching services, and learning and development programs for attorneys - talk with students about the current status of the New York City legal market. She'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in New York City during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.



What Happens if I Don't Do OCI?
Date: 3/18/2015
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Are you wondering . . . What Happens if I Don't Do OCI? What will my job search look like if I spend those summer days in August sleeping late and watching bad TV? Can I really pursue my passion and be a public interest lawyer right out of law school? If so, please join Alyson Robbins (Public Interest Director), Robin Kaplan (Government Advisor), and OPIS (Organization of Public Interest Students) for this presentation designed to help 1Ls answer these questions. Lunch will be provided - please RSVP to attend.



How to Get Your Networking Karma On
Date: 3/20/2015
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

​Hardy Vieux ('97) is the Legal Director, Outreach and Engagement for Human Rights First in Washington, DC.  But the road from law school to international human rights work had its bumps.  Hear* (MP3) his perspective on building and maintaining powerful relationships for career and life success.  



Market Series - Washington, D.C., with Matt Schwartz and Justine Donahue
Date: 3/24/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Hear* (MP3) Matt Schwartz and Justine Donahue, Recruiters with Garrison & Sisson - a Washington, D.C. attorney search firm - talk about the current status of the Washington, D.C. legal market. They'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in D.C. during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.  View program handout (PDF).



Market Series - Boston, with Robert DeLena
Date: 3/26/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Listen to* (MP3) Robert DeLena, founder of Legal Staffing Solutions - a legal placement firm - talk about the current status of the Boston legal market. He'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in Boston during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.  View presentation handouts (PDFs):  Boston Handout; and Practice Area guide



Equal Justice Works Fellowship Presentation
Date: 3/26/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0220 South Hall
Description:

Since 1992, Equal Justice Works has provided paid public interest fellowships to law school graduates to provide legal assistance to underserved populations and causes. Equal Justice Works Fellows work on a range of issues, including domestic violence, homelessness, community economic development, immigration, civil rights, juvenile justice, employment rights, access to health care, consumer fraud and environmental justice. Through these fellowships, hundreds of young lawyers have been able to provide critical legal assistance to underserved communities and have gone on to become leaders in the public interest arena. Currently, Michigan Law alums are representing LGBT asylum seekers and refugees in New York City, immigrant populations in Dayton, clients with psychiatric disabilities in Harlem, and victims of human trafficking in Chicago as Equal Justice Works Fellows. To join these fabulous alums, come learn (view media file) about the Equal Justice Works Fellowships program with Mia Sussman (MLaw Alum and Senior Manager, Pro Bono at Equal Justice Works)!



Early Interview Week Orientation
Date: 3/27/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 100 Hutchins Hall
Description:

​Assistant Dean Jeremy Bloom will discuss policies, procedures, and deadlines for Early Interview Week 2015 which will be held August 4, 5, 6, and 7.  This meeting is required for those interested in participating in Early Interview Week.  View presentation and slides.



Market Series - Southern California, with Rick Kolodny
Date: 3/30/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Listen to* Rick Kolodny (UMLS '81), President of The Portfolio Group - an attorney placement firm - will talk about the current status of the Southern California legal market. He'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in Southern California during Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.  View program handout.



Market Series - Chicago, with Amy Leafe McCormack and Karin Hoekstra
Date: 3/31/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

Hear* Gay Schreiber, Founder and Co-President, and Karin Hoekstra (UMLS '07), Managing Director, with McCormack Schreiber - a legal search and contract/temporary attorney placement firm - will talk about the current status of the Chicago legal market. They'll provide information useful to students interested in interviewing with employers in Chicago during the Early Interview Week and the Fall Interview Program.



collapse : April
1L Clerkship Kickoff Panel
Date: 4/2/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

Federal court clerkships are found at both trial and appellate levels and deal with a wide range of subjects. In addition, there are a number of federal specialty judges and courts – bankruptcy courts, magistrate judges, and tax courts are just a few of these. Hear* a panel of UMLS alumni describe their experiences clerking for federal judges in federal trial, level, and specialty courts and answer questions like: Why clerk? What is the different between clerking for an appellate judge and a trial judge? Is it worth clerking if I don't want to litigate? Can I obtain a clerkship if I'm not on Law Review?



Nuts and Bolts of Applying for Post-Graduate Clerkships for 1Ls
Date: 4/7/2015
Time: 11:55am-12:50pm
Location: 1225 South Hall
Description:

​Listen to* Professor Joan Larsen, Faculty Clerkship Advisor, and Greta Trakul, OCP Clerkship Advisor, discuss application timing, application materials, and other considerations for 1Ls who are interested in applying for post-graduate clerkships for 2017 (and beyond).



What to do THIS Summer to Land Your 2L Firm Job
Date: 4/20/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 1020 South Hall
Description:

​Are you hoping to work at a law firm your 2L summer (and beyond)?  From networking to sharpening your skills at your summer internship, come to this workshop to learn the steps you can take this summer to position yourself to secure a great 2L summer position.  View presentation slides.



Government Honors (Entry Level) Attorney and Summer Law Intern Programs: Where They Are and How To Apply
Date: 4/21/2015
Time: 11:50am-12:50pm
Location: 0220 South Hall
Description:

Hear* OCP government advisor Robin Kaplan and government-bound 3Ls to learn about entry-level (Honors Attorney) hiring with various federal, state and local agencies.We will also talk about the 2L government job search (SLIP-DOJ Summer Law Intern Program, and others). This program will discuss the resources and strategies to find and apply to these high-profile jobs, including what you need to do this summer. Deadlines for most Honors programs are typically very early in the fall semester. Now's the time to start planning for your application.



collapse : July
How to Apply to DOJ Honors and SLIP Programs with Kate Gilbert
Date: 7/14/2015
Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm
Location: Online Webinar - Register today!
Description:

Hear Robin Kaplan and alum Kate Gilbert ('13) for tips and advice on applying to the US Department of Justice Honors Program (entry level-3Ls and alums) and Student Law Intern Program (SLIP-2Ls) for 2015-16. Kate is going to be joining DOJ, Civil Rights Division in the fall. There will be an opportunity to type in questions to the speaker during the webinar. 

Applications for both DOJ Honors and SLIP Program will open on July 31st and close the day after Labor Day.

 



 
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