Employment Lawyers Association’s Lawyers of Color Committee and Developing &
New Attorneys Committee are presenting, We Got Next – Practical Advice for
Law Students and Recent Graduates Pursuing a Career in Plaintiffs’ Civil Rights
and Employment Law.This will be a panel of seasoned plaintiffs’
employment and civil rights attorneys who will share their career paths with law
students and recent graduates and offer tips on navigating a career in
plaintiffs’ employment law.
If interested, please see the attached flyer below for more details.
Since summer is drawing near, we want to make you aware of
ASPIRE, a program for students who pursue public interest work
during the summer or after they graduate from law school. LexisNexis, your
partner in legal education, provides qualified law students and recent law
school graduates with free access to some of the most popular
sources available within our research system.
Students face a heightened challenge securing internships and launching their
legal careers in a tough economy. For this reason, LexisNexis has expanded the
ASPIRE program to include non-profit summer positions for current students, as
well as graduates who pursue public interest legal work as a career. You may
learn details of the program on the
ASPIRE information page.
When students inform you of their public service plans, please remind them
that the ASPIRE program is available to help them be more effective in their
work. Students can access information at the LexisNexis law student homepage: www.LexisNexis.com/lawschool/
We realize students need every advantage possible, especially when their hard
work is benefiting others.
Washington, DC 20001 - Time: Anytime between May 24 - Aug 31 - Rent:
$1,050/month (not including utilities) - Details: The person would have
either one or two male roommates(law students) but would have a room to
themselves. They would share a bathroom. The apartment is located right by
the Verizon Center in Chinatown. It's located near most of the federal
government agencies in DC. - For more information, contact Julie Kim at
Sidley Austin LLP is excited to introduce its inaugural
Sidley Diversity Mentor Program to be held this summer in Washington, D.C. We
encourage all diverse 1L students at Duke who intend to work as law firm summer
associates in Washington, D.C. in 2011 and plan to spend their upcoming summer
in the DC-area to apply. For an outline of the program, eligibility
requirements, and program application, please see the attached. The mentor
program is expected to take place in June and July 2010.
Space for mentees is limited and application materials are
due by April 30, 2010. We request applicants submit an application form
available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QHQK5SD
and send a resume and an unofficial transcript to Kelly Cassetori, Legal
Recruiting Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward
to hearing from you.
A 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo which is mostly furnished with a washer/dryer is looking for a female sublet for the summer. 2 female law students from UNC will be living there this summer while doing internships in Charlotte and we are looking for 1 more female. Rent is $500/mo.
Although the condo is in Charlotte, we live in North Raleigh so we are able to meet the prospective renter in person.
SUBLEASE a large spacious room
on the TOP FLOOR in an awesome 4-Br, 2-bath Victorianhouse on the Panhandle. This will be
available mid-May through mid-August (specific dates are negotiable). Rent will
be pro-rated based upon the total number of actual days. This is perfect for any
incoming USF students or current students attending summer school at USF who
need to sublease for the summer. But, this is not limited to students as the
current tenants are all young professionals. It takes less than 10 minutes to
walk to the USF Main Campus, Business School, and Law School.
Also, this would be a great
place for any MBA or Law Students from out of town that are working in the
Financial District or other parts of SF for the summer. The bus line that takes
you to the financial district is a two-minute walk from the house, and the bus
ride is only a few minutes. Pretty much anywhere in SF is within a ten minute
It is located on the Panhandle
Park (great for running/walking) and is conveniently located within a few
minutes walking distance to Lucky’s Grocery Store, Trader Joe’s, the Academy of
Sciences, Golden Gate Park, and tons of great restaurants.
The house has a large modern
kitchen, a pool table, a bar area, and a separate living room with a large
television/couch area located on the level below. You would be sharing the full
bathroom, and you would split the water and electricity four
(To get a better idea of the
location…..look on Google maps….search for Fell Street @ Masonic Avenue in San
contact me via e-mail or phone if you are interested
A Duke University School of Law alumnus is interested in subletting her apartment on the Upper East Side for the summer. Interested students should e-mail the Career Center at email@example.com for more information.
Law School will have summer sublets available for current law students who are
working in New York City this summer. Our residence
halls are located in a beautiful, residential area in Brooklyn. We are located
only 1 subway stop to Manhattan. We have some general information about our
summer sublets available on our website. Here is the link: http://www.brooklaw.edu/CityCampus/Housing/Summer Housing
The rising 2L and 3L students of Duke University School of Law are cordially invited to participate in the 6th Annual Southeastern Intellectual Property Job Fair (SIPJF), hosted by Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday, July 27, 2010.