This program is highly recommended for 2Ls who are considering applying for judicial clerkships as rising 3Ls. Get tips on selecting courts and judges, asking for letters of recommendation, and putting together a strong application.
What do professors mean when they say that your analysis is the most important part of any answer you might give? Logically applying rules to various sets of facts is a fundamental skill necessary for successful exam taking and legal practice. You have only really learned “the law” when you can apply it. Come find out how. Will take place in conjunction with 1L Regisration Information Session.
Rod Wetsel is an attorney from Sweetwater, Texas and a lead authority on Wind Law in Texas. He wrote the current Wind Law book with fellow Professor Ernest Smith. Professor Wetsel will be teaching a Wind Law seminar course in the Spring Semester. This lunch will give students information about Professor Wetsel's upcoming course and allow them the opportunity to ask Professor Wetsel questions about his class and Wind Law in general.
On Thursday, October 4, the IPLS will host its annual mixer with the Austin Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA). Come join us and take this opportunity to meet local attorneys in the IP practice. The event will run from 6-8p.m.
Are you a 2L thinking of applying for a postgraduate public interest fellowship? Are you a 3L thinking about applying for one after your judicial clerkship? This panel presentation will address how you should be preparing now to position yourself as a viable candidate for these highly competitive fellowships. Lunch will be served. Please RSVP by Monday, October 8, on
Learn about careers in transactional law in both the private and public sectors. Panelists will discuss the various career options in transactional law, the market for transactional lawyers, the skills and training that are important, and how to enter the field. Moderated by David Sokolow, Distinquished Senior Lecturer and Director of Student Life. Lunch will be served. RSVP by Monday, October 8, on
An atorney from the Texas Attorney General's office will discuss advice on legal writing and internship opportunities in the Attorney General's office. UT's public service scholar and director of SAHELI for Asian Families will discuss volunteer and public service opportunities. Dinner will be served.