Short answer: You can cancel a callback interview and a law firm can actually retract an offer for summer employment under a new NALP guideline. Click above for more.
Akin Gump and the firm’s founding partner, Robert Strauss, recognize that a workforce comprised of attorneys and staff from diverse social, racial, economic and cultural backgrounds is an important component in providing outstanding client service. The firm is continually seeking candidates who demonstrate excellence and who can bring diverse viewpoints and experiences to the firm and has developed the Strauss Scholarship to advance this effort. Click above for full details and application information.
Do you book your own travel arrangements? Will the firm book travel for you? How do you split the cost between firms? Click above for information about making travel arrangements for callback interviews.
The Legal Aid Society of DC has opportunities available for fall 2014 interns/externs in the Public Benefits and Family Law/DV divisions (all other divisions are full for fall). Application information is available at http://www.legalaiddc.org/volunteer-opportunities/intern/
The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia is still seeking a few 2L/3L law students for paid fall 2014 positions in the Trial, Reentry and Institutional Services divisions. Interested students should apply online at http://www.pdsdc.org/internshipsandclerkships/internshipsdetails.aspx
Credit Suisse is accepting applications for 2L students for Summer 2015 through tomorrow, August 21. To apply, please submit your resume through http://credit-suisse.com/careers.
Credit Suisse is looking for students who have full time work experience (required, and preferably 2+ years), an undergraduate major in business (e.g., Finance, Accounting, etc.) or a “technical” subject (i.e., non-liberal arts, with the exception of Economics), leadership, and strong GPAs/test scores (including undergraduate GPA and SATs).
Going out of town for a callback interview? Want a chance to give back to your fellow students? Then consider participating in the Callbacks for Public Service Program! Click above for more information.