Friday, April 30, 2010
For all students continuing coverage, if you do not re-enroll in the plan prior to the end date of your coverage, your insurance will be cancelled at the end of period for which premium has been paid. To ensure there is not a lapse in coverage, PLEASE mark your calendars and make certain you submit your premium on a timely basis and pay as required.
Graduating law students who are not currently carrying this health insurance coverage with the ABA Law Student Division UHCSR plan may still qualify for the graduate extension by enrolling and purchasing the last quarter of the 2009-2010 health plan no later than May 22, 2010.
Enrollment in the health plan by May 22, 2010 is an ABSOLUTE requirement of the carrier for graduating students seeking the extension coverage. Additionally, this program is offered to ABA Law Student Division members only. If you are not currently enrolled in the ABA – you may join by calling 800.285.2221 or visiting http://www.abanet.org/join/. Students may view the health plan benefits at https://www.uhcsr.com/ABA.
Although it is usually an eligibility requirement for initial enrollment, UHCSR worked with the ABA Law Student Division and agreed to waive the 31-day class attendance requirement through May 22, 2010 for graduating students enrolling in this plan. UHCSR sent notification to all its customer service representatives advising them of this exception for the ABA Law Student Division plan. Students who are currently insured under this plan can continue coverage up to one year provided there is no break (lapse) in coverage.
Please note that after August 1, 2010, the new 2010-2011 plan rates will apply. Each student has a choice of one of the benefits plans. Plan I has higher benefits than Plan II. Make your selection carefully; you cannot upgrade coverage after the initial purchase of the Plan for the policy year.
If you are currently insured under another UHCSR school endorsed plan, you cannot receive a refund on your school UHCSR plan if you choose to purchase additional, overlapping coverage under the ABA Law Student Division plan.
Since benefits may be different than your current plan, you may view the health plan benefits and enroll online at https://www.uhcsr.com/ABA. Please contact UHCSR directly at 800.505.5450 for specific information on the plans.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
The YLD will award $5,000 living stipends to approximately 10 recipients who will have the option to work with one of several pre-selected public interest, governmental and/or non-profit organizations around the state. The program runs from June to August 2010.
The deadline to submit the application materials is May 5. Applications can be submitted by fax, e-mail or mail to the address below:
State Bar of Georgia
c/o Mary K. McAfee, YLD Director
104 Marietta St. NW, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30303-2743
RE: PIIP Application
Click here for more information and to download the application.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
The firm is seeking candidates who will contribute meaningfully to the diversity of their legal community and who have a demonstrated desire to work, live, and eventually practice law in either Seattle or Portland. They will also consider each candidate’s academic achievements and record of leadership abilities, community service, and involvement in community activities.
For more information regarding the scholarship visit http://www.lanepowell.com/422/diversity-scholarship/
Monday, April 19, 2010
RESISTRATION NOW OPEN! Southeastern Minority Job Fair (SEMJF), July 30 - 31, Atlanta, GA. In Symplicity under the OCI tab select the SEMJF-Southeastern Minority Job Fair session in the drop down box and select "Apply." Online registration for SEMJF will close on Monday, April 26th at noon. Questions? Email Jessie Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, including the timeline, instruction guides and hotel information, visit: http://www.semjf.org/.
Southeastern Law Placement Consortium (SELPC), Aug. 13 - Atlanta, GA Look for registration to open in June. http://www.selpc.org/ DEADLINE - July 5
Mid-Atlantic Legal Recruiting Conference (MALRC), Aug. 20 - Washington, D.C. Registration opens June 21st. DEADLINE - July 9
Lavender Law Annual Career Fair & Conference, Thursday, Aug 26-28
Lowes Miami Beach Hotel
Early registration pricing in effect until July 31st.
To learn more about the conference and to register to attend
the 2010 Annual Career Fair and Conference, please visit:
Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair, Oct. 22-23, Washington D.C.
Look for registration in Mid-July. For more information visit:
IMPACT Career Fair, Aug. 13 - Washington, D.C.
Register now: www.law.arizona.edu/Career/Impact/
studentregistrationintro.cfm DEADLINE - July 11
OTHER 2010 Job Fairs:
July 18-24 National Black Prosecutors Association Job Fair,
July 27 Southeast Intellectual Property Job Fair (SIPJF),
Atlanta, GA, DEADLINE - April 23
Aug. 6 ABA Annual Meeting & Career Fair
San Francisco, CA
Aug. 6-7 Heartland Diversity Job Fair, Kansas City, MO
Aug. 19 Boston Lawyers Group Job Fair, Boston, MA
Aug. TBA Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference,
Sept. 8-11 Hispanic National Bar Association’s Annual
Convention & Job Fair, Albuquerque, NM
Nov. 17-21 Nat’l Asian & Pacific American Law Student
Association’s Annual Convention & Career Forum, Los Angeles CA
Feb. TBA Tax Atty Recruitment Event, Washington, DC
Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Deadline to apply: April 26, 2010.
Time: 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Cost: Free for UF Law Students
Location: HOL 180
Speaker: Deborah Cupples, Asst. Legal Skills Professor
Thursday, June 25, 2010, 2:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. w/Reception following at the Florida Bar Annual Meeting at the Boca Raton Resort
30th to firstname.lastname@example.org providing your cell phone number and class year.
Challenges & Opportunities in Financial Services Law
TODAY, Monday, 4/19, 1pm, HOL 270
Come hear Professor Ronald H. Filler, Director of the Center on Financial Services Law at New York Law School, 4 discuss the following topics:
- Current legislative and regulatory reforms facing U.S. and global financial institutions.
- Employment opportunities in the financial services industry.
- The LL.M. in Financial Services Law Program at New York Law School.
Professor Filler’s presentation will be followed by a Q & A session.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
The Franklin Williams Internship, named after the late Ambassador Franklin H. Williams, was established for undergraduate and graduate students who have a serious interest in international relations.
Ambassador Williams had a long career of public service, including sering as the American Ambassador to Ghana, as well as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Lincoln University, one of the country’s historically black colleges. He was also a Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, where he made special efforts to encourage the nomination of black Americans to membership.
The Council will select one individual each term (fall, spring, and summer) to work in the Council’s New York City headquarters. The intern will work closely with a Program Director or Fellow in either the Studies or the Meetings Program and will be involved with program coordination, substantive and business writing, research, and budget management. The selected intern will be required to make a commitment of at least 12 hours per week, and will be paid $10 an hour.
To apply for this internship, please send a resume and cover letter including the semester, days, and times available to work to the Internship Coordinator in the Human Resources Office at the address listed below. The Council is an equal opportunity employer.
Council on Foreign Relations
Human Resources Office
58 East 68th Street, New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212.434.9400 Fax: 212.434.9893
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Legal Careers w/ the Air Force
Friday, 4/16, 12pm HOL 270
Visiting Student/Extern in DC via Univ. of AZ w/ Scott Knittle
Friday, 4/16, 2pm HOL 359
Deposition Skills Workshop w/ Prof. Jeffrey Dollinger
Back by popular demand: hands-on workshop to develop good deposition techniques.
UF Law’s 3L Bar Exam JUMP START Program
FLORIDA EXAM: Essay & Multiple Choice
With Phil Sandon, Florida Bar Exam Expert
Friday, April 16 noon-5:00 HOL 285C
Saturday, April 17 9:00-12:00 & 1:30-4:30 HOL 180
Friday, April 2, 2010
SHADOW PROGRAM LOTTERY, 4/9, 10am, Rm. TBA
The Shadow Program allows 1Ls & 2Ls to observe attorneys at work in their offices. Some shadow opportunities can even include legal intern duties. This is a great way to start building your network & learn firsthand about what lawyers actually do. Watch your email for more information.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Embassy Suites Downtown Indianapolis
The Indianapolis Bar Association (IBA) cordially invites fall 2010, 2L law students (graduating May 2012) to participate in the IBA Diversity Job Fair.
Student registration opens on April 1, 2010!
Students will register for the IBA Diversity Job Fair via Symplicity’s web site at https://law-indybar-csm.symplicity.com/students/. After the student submits his/her registration, an automatically-generated password will be provided, which will enable him/her to use the system throughout the next few months. Student registration deadline is July 16, 2010.
There is no fee for students to register for the IBA Diversity Job Fair.
For details visit: www.ibadiversityjobfair.com
Submission Deadline: June 1, 2010
The National LGBT Bar Association’s Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition recognizes and encourages outstanding law student scholarship on the legal issues affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex persons.
TOPIC: Legal issues affecting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and/or Intersex community.
ELIGIBILITY: Competition is open to students enrolled in an ABA-accredited law school during the 2009-10 academic year.
• $1,000 cash prize
• Publication in the Journal of Law and Sexuality at Tulane University Law School
• Registration, airfare & lodging for the 2010 Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair (August 26-28th in Miami Beach, Florida)
First & Second Runners-up
• Registration for the 2010 Lavender Law Conference and Career Fair (August 26-28th in Miami Beach, Florida)
FORMAT: Entries should be a scholarly piece fit for publication in a law review. Entries should follow standard Note format, including Bluebook (18th edition) citation form. All entries must be submitted in English. Each entry should be no longer than 25 single-sided pages with one-inch margins and 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced. The page limit includes footnotes (Note: footnotes should be single-spaced and 10-point). Entries containing endnotes or including appendices or supplemental material will not be considered. Published papers or papers to be published in other publications during the entirety of the competition process are ineligible. Each individual may submit only one entry and group entries will not be accepted. Entries should be the sole work of the author and should not yet have undergone editing by others. Editing includes any significant revision as well as technical or substantive review of citations. Informal support, such as general comments on preliminary drafts, is permitted.
All entries must be submitted electronically in either Word or PDF format. Entrants should not include their name or the name of their school on the competition paper itself. Instead, participants should submit a cover page indicating their name, school, permanent address, telephone number and email address.
DEADLINE: Entries should be submitted before the competition closing date of June 1, 2010. Entries are submitted via email to email@example.com. Please include “Michael E. Greenberg Writing Competition” in the subject line.
Please contact the LGBT Bar’s Law Student Division co-chair Samuel Pearson-Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not include any substantive information regarding your piece, as submissions are blind-graded by student co-chairs.
For more information, please visit: lgbtbar.org/competition.html.