Learn about practicing law for a union legal department, a workers’ rights center, a law firm representing unions and workers, and a government agency regulating the workplace. Find out how to get a job promoting workplace justice. In addition, learn about the Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program. Food will be served.
The Chicano/Hispanic Law Students' Association presents its semi-annual FAJITA FIESTA to fund scholarships. We'll be selling plates of beef/chicken/veggie fajitas - grilled on site - with all the fixings in the Atrium. We usually sell out so come out, enjoy delicious food, and support this great cause!
The Center for Women in Law, through the Tuesday Power Lunch Series, aims to highlight prominent women lawyers from a wide range of career paths in the legal profession. Power Lunch attendees will have a chance to discuss their own career interests and goals in a supportive, informative, and judgment-free environment.
Catherine Jewell, the Career Passion Coach, will walk you through the networking process and provide a practical guide to building a strong network and landing a job. Catherine will give you many concrete tips on how to conduct yourself in networking situations and prepare you for Cocktails and Conversation, which takes place later in the evening, and beyond. Whether you are a 1L, 2L, or 3L, now is the time to begin laying the groundwork for
Are you an older student, second-career student, married and/or parenting student, or a student who otherwise departs from the mold of the "traditional" law student - or would you enjoy mingling with them? The Student Affairs Office is sponsoring an initial meeting of non-traditional students to help organize a student organization for interested students. We'll also talk about the great Halloween event the law school sponsors for the children of
Speed Networking Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum / The Story of Texas Café
Sign-up at 9:00 p.m. on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 is on a first-come, first-served basis on UT Law Symplicity . Back by popular demand! Participating UT Law J.D. students will have the opportunity to network one-on-one with legal professionals.
All UT Law J.D. students are invited to attend the CSO's 16th Annual Cocktails & Conversation networking reception, which provides the perfect opportunity to meet and network in a casual setting with UT Law alumni and friends. Free parking available in the Museum Garage. This is a great way to expand your network, so don’t miss out! Dress is business casual.
Jason Crandall with the Law School Writing Center will discuss how to write a strong and effective personal statement for your judicial clerkship applications. Many judges find these statements very helpful, so make yours as good as possible! Lunch will be served. RSVP by Thursday, October 24, on UT Law Symplicity.