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Ever thought about becoming a judge or would like some additional perspective on judicial clerkships? If so, you may find it inspiring to hear about the personal experiences of several judges currently sitting on the bench. In three short videos, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts sheds light on the challenges faced by the Honorable Ann C. Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and the Honorable Virginia Kendall and the Honorable Arlander Keys of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. These judges reveal their motivations for becoming judges and explain how they overcame obstacles in their path to the bench. You can find a link to the Pathways to the Bench video series under the “Webcasts” section of the Resources page on the Judicial Clerkships website: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/career/clerkships/resources.cfm
The Washington office of Senator Amy Klobuchar is currently accepting internship applications for the 2011 fall session. An internship with the Senator’s office is a terrific chance for students to see, and gain experience in, the United States legislative process.
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The East of the River Lawyers group invites all legal interns, summer associates and interested pro bono attorneys to a lunch-and-learn session to find out more about practicing public interest law east of the Anacostia river. This brown bag lunch program will feature short presentations by attorneys from legal services providers that serve the residents of these diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. Participants will learn how they can assist legal services providers in these communities year-round as well as helpful information on ways to find funding to start a career in public interest law. Organizations represented will include Children's Law Center, Whitman-Walker Health, Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, Legal Counsel for the Elderly and Neighborhood Legal Services Program.
Friday, July 29, 2011 from Noon - 1:30 pm.
Neighborhood Legal Services Program of Washington D.C.
3101 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue S.E. in Anacostia.
NLSP is on the 3rd floor of the Washington Gas Building and it is convenient to Metro/Metro Bus. On-street parking is available. Light refreshments will be served.
To RSVP or for more information, contact Heather Hodges at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.269.5119. The deadline to RSVP is Wednesday, July 27.
OCS is offering an Interview Workshop in New York to help students, particularly rising 2L/3Es, prepare for interviews this fall. This workshop will offer insight and advice on how to research and prepare for interviews, tackle difficult questions, and best present yourself in a down economy. Assistant Dean for Career Services, Gihan Fernando, will lead the workshop.
When placing bids in Symplicity for EIW or any other recruitment program, there is no need to click a "Submit" button. Once you select a number from the Bids dropdown menu your bid will be saved. You may update your bids at any time until the bidding deadline - once the deadline has passed your bids will be locked and you will not be able to modify them.
The deadline to bid on employers for the Chicago Walk-Around Recruitment Program is this Friday, July 15th by 6:00 pm. Interviews take place in Chicago on Thursday, September 1 at the employers’ individual offices. Log into Symplicity, click on OCI and change the session to “Chicago Walk-Around Program 2011” to view and bid on employers.