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DOJ Honors & SLIP Summer Wednesday Webinar Series

The Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management is hosting a Wednesday Webinar Series highlighting offices participating in the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Attorney General’s Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program. Representatives from various DOJ offices will provide attendees with valuable information about their work and tips for applying. Webinars will not be recorded. […]

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George N. Lindsay Civil Rights Fellowship

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 George N. Lindsay Civil Rights Fellowship, and other fellowship opportunities. These fellowships provide opportunities for recent law school graduates to start their careers working with one of the nation’s leading civil rights organizations, gaining invaluable experience while advancing the Lawyers’ Committee’s […]

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Upcoming Internal Application Deadlines for Project-Based Fellowships

Although the Equal Justice Works, Skadden and Justice Catalyst (and others!) application deadlines aren’t until the fall, some organizations have internal application deadlines to put forward candidates for these competitive project-based fellowships. These deadlines usually are in June and July in order to allow plenty of time to craft a project proposal in August and […]

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EJW Fellowship Application is Now Open

The Equal Justice Works (EJW) Design-Your-Own Fellowship Application is now open! The fellowship application will close September 20, 2021. For 3Ls, planning to apply now is the time to review our fellowship resources and videos from the programs we held this past semester and book an appointment on SAGE with Michelle Grossfield in the CSO […]

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BC Law’s Traverse Jobs Subscription

More than 20 years ago, Brad Traverse started to compile job leads for policy and public relations positions in order to connect his job-hunting friends with new employment opportunities in Washington, D.C. Originally sent as a weekly email, the number of subscribers and leads grew until it became difficult to manage as his hobby and […]

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The Milbank Salary Raise Is a Gut Check for Big Law

By Dylan Jackson, Patrick Smith, and Andrew Maloney for Law.com It’s here. After an intensely competitive associate lateral market has gripped the industry since the beginning of the year—flush with signing and special bonuses—Milbank has upped the ante by announcing that associates will see a salary bump starting July 1, with first-year salaries now at $200,000 per year. […]

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ABA June Events: Police in Schools & Immigration at the Southern Border

The ABA has many excellent online events planned for this summer! A couple upcoming events on important social justice topics in June include: The Face of America: A Candid Discussion on Current Immigration Issues at the Southern BorderJune 17, 2021 – 1 PM ET – Register here Panelists include: Lee Gelernt – Deputy Director, Immigrants’ […]

WCL: Intern Happy Hour!

All are welcome to the Washington Council of Lawyers (WCL) Intern Happy Hour on Wednesday, June 16, from 5:00-6:00 pm ET. It is an opportunity to connect with law students in summer associate and internship programs in DC and across the country. Supervisors from the law firm, government, and nonprofit communities will be on hand […]

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Environmental Law Institute Summer School

The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) has announced their schedule for this year’s complimentary summer school series, which will be held via webinar: June 8, 2021: An Introduction to Careers in Environmental Law and Policy June 15, 2021: NEPA, ESA & Fundamentals of Environmental Law June 22, 2021: Basics of the Clean Water Act June 29, 2021: Basics of Land Use […]

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Judges: Expect hybrid trial system after the pandemic

ABA Legal News That was the consensus of three judges and a former magistrate judge at a June 3 ABA webinar on the future of remote jury trials after the pandemic. The program was hosted by the ABA Judicial Division and sponsored by Thomson Reuters. The judges agreed that in-person criminal trials probably will return to courtrooms […]

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