Chadbourne is now seeking applications from interested J.D. and LL.M students in the classes of 2016 & 2017 for its Chadbourne MENA Fellows program. Candidates should have outstanding academic credentials, strong communication skills and exhibit a strong interest in the region. Once selected, the Chadbourne MENA Fellow will receive a grant of $4,000 to fund a summer internship on the condition that the internship is conducted in a non-profit organization that assists in efforts to strengthen community relations, further education or healthcare, or foster economic, social or political reform in the MENA region. Click above for more information.
The Initiative for Public Interest at Yale invites 3Ls and recent law school graduates to apply for a 2015-2016 grant/fellowship. The deadline to submit applications for one-year grants of up to $35,000, to be awarded in summer of 2015, is March 8, 2015.
The Initiative is a non-profit organization that provides start-up money for projects that protect the legal rights of inadequately represented groups. We generally fund projects on which the applicant will work full time, after graduation from law school. Please note that the Initiative seeks to fund individuals who are launching new projects, not to provide funding for ongoing work at existing organizations.
Click the above link for additional information and application instructions.
Jan 29 2015
International Internship Program 2015 - Second Round Bidding Session for Select Employers, Now Open!
We have reopened student bidding for a number of international internship employers. J.D. students interested in interning with these organizations are encouraged to submit their applications in Symplicity by 5:00 pm on Friday, January 30. Click above for more information.
First-year students can now log into Symplicity to place their “bids” on the 2015 1L Diversity Resume Collect program. Please click on the OCI tab, and then select the “2015 1L Diversity Resume Collect” from the sessions drop down menu. You will have until 5:00pm on Tuesday, February 3rd to submit all application materials. For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katz, Marshall & Banks, a boutique employment and whistleblower law firm in Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Litigation Fellowship. Applications for the Litigation Fellowship position are due this Friday, January 31, 2015. Please click above for more information.
Jan 26 2015
Reminder: United Kingdom-based Public Sector Summer Internship Opportunities Submission Deadlines Coming Up!
Don’t forget, we have a number of public sector organizations from the United Kingdom that are actively recruiting students for international internships this summer! The deadline to submit applications for these employers is tomorrow, Tuesday, January 27. Click above for more information.
The employer sign-in sheets from the 2015 Public Sector Recruiting Program (PSRP) Interview Session and Table Talk, will be available at the front desk in OPICS (McDonough 212) at NOON today! Please feel free to stop by to collect employer contact information during our office hours (9:00 am - 5:30 pm M - F). Click above for more information.
Jan 25 2015
Reminder: International Internship Program
Student bidding for the International Internship Program will close at 5:00pm on Tuesday, January 27. Make sure to log into Symplicity to view all participating employers - new employers have been recently added. Click on the OCI tab, then select the correct session from the session drop down menu, either "2015 International Internship Program - Private Sector" or "2015 International Internship Program - Public Sector" Please remember to read through the student instruction packet before you consider submitting your application materials. The instruction packet can be found HERE.
Jan 24 2015
February Interview Program - Bidding Extended!
Student bidding for the February Interview Program has been extended. You now have until Monday, January 26 at 5:00pm to submit all bids. Log into Symplicity to view all participating employers - new employers have been recently added. Click on the OCI tab and then select the "2015 February Interview Program" session from the session drop down menu.
When an employer requests a transcript, it is appropriate to send an “unofficial” version unless the employer specifically requests an “official” copy. You can create a PDF version of your unofficial transcript through MyAccess. Go to the Student tab, click on Student Records and then Academic transcript. Select Law Center, and then select PDF and hit submit. Another option is to request one official copy of your transcript from the Registrar and scan it or make photocopies. For instructions on ordering an official transcript, please click here.
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