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  1. 12:00pm 2014-03-18T13:00-05:00
    Judicial Internships

    Learn about judicial internships during the fall or spring semester. Even if you attended the previous panel on summer judicial internships, we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to visit directly with judges and judicial staff over lunch about why judicial internships are valuable and the opportunities available both for the coming summer and school year. Please join the following judges and staff attorneys for lunch: Judge Lee Yeakel, ’69, U.S. Court for the Western District of Texas; Judge Tony Davis and Judge Christopher Mott, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas; Judge Craig Bennett and Judge Tommy Broyles, State Office of Administrative Hearings; Melissa Davis, ’04, Staff Attorney for Justice Jeff Boyd of the Supreme Court of Texas; and Ingrid Grobey, ’12, Staff Attorney for Judge Elsa Alcala, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Lunch will be served. RSVP by Monday, March 17, on UT Law Symplicity by selecting the 'Events' tab.

    Full event information: https://www.utexas.edu/law/calendar/2014/03/18/17017/

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  1. CANCELED 2014-03-20T12:45-05:00
    Careers in Prosecution

    THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. If in doubt, verify with the web-based events calendar.

    Learn about careers in criminal prosecution, the prosecutorial job search, and strategies for making yourself an attractive candidate for criminal prosecution positions. RSVP by Wednesday, March 19, on UT Law Symplicity by selecting the 'Events' tab.

    Part of the Career Exploration Series, which offers students an opportunity to learn more about different areas of the law and network with leading practitioners in these areas.

    Full event information: https://www.utexas.edu/law/calendar/2014/03/20/18286/

  2. 11:45am 2014-03-20T12:45-05:00
    U. of Houston Tax Law LL.M. Info Session

    Professor Paul Asofsky, from the University of Houston Law Center, will discuss their Tax Law LL.M. and answer student questions about the program. Lunch will be served. RSVP by Wednesday, March 19, on UT Law Symplicity by selecting the 'Events' tab.

    Full event information: https://www.utexas.edu/law/calendar/2014/03/20/18573/

  3. 12:00pm
    Patton Boggs Fellowship Deadline

    The Patton Boggs Foundation is pleased to contribute a fellowship worth $5,000 to support a UT Law student who has completed either his/her first or second year of law school and will be working on public policy and related matters for a government agency, international organization or nonprofit public interest organization. A preference will be given to veterans of the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars and students pursuing public service opportunities with organizations focused on business-related public policy issues, including economic development, banking, finance, community development, property and tax.

    To apply for the fellowship, please submit the following materials to the Mandi Villarreal in the Career Services Office (TNH 3.130) either in person or by email to cso@law.utexas.edu:

    Resume;

    Statement of interest—two to three double-spaced pages describing the organization you will work for, the type of work you anticipate you will be doing, why you are interested in the position and your long-term career goals. Also include the information on the length of your internship and whether you are receiving any pay or funding;

    List of three references; and

    Supporting statement from your sponsoring organization—confirming your offer, identifying your supervising attorney, and indicating the type of legal work you will do during your internship.

    Applications should be submitted by noon on Thursday, March 20, 2014.

    Full event information: https://www.utexas.edu/law/calendar/2014/03/20/18675/

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