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2014 AmeriCorps Legal Fellowships – Application Deadline Extended to Friday, May 2, 2014

We just received word that Equal Justice Works extended the deadline and loosened the criteria for its AmeriCorps JD (formerly Summer Corps) education voucher program. Previously, these funds were available only to students who committed to serve Veterans or victims of disaster for at least 20 percent of their summer service. Now, all students serving […]

Available Online: Recordings of CSO Panels & Workshops

Did you miss a program this past year? You may now review many of the panels and workshops presented by the Career Services Office this past year (UT EID required): Government Career Panel & Workshops International Law Career Panels Judical Clerkship and Internship Workshop & Panels Law Firm Career Panels Nonpracticing / Alternative Career Panels […]

Free CLE for UT Law Students: A Survey of Texas Legal Updates on Friday, April 25, 2014

A Survey of Texas Legal Updates (CLE) Friday, April 25, all day at the Texas Law Center in downtown Austin The Hispanic Issues Section of the State Bar of Texas is presenting a full-day CLE event, “A Survey of Texas Legal Updates,” in Austin on Friday, April 25, at the Texas Law Center, 1414 Colorado […]

Careers in Government Panel on Tuesday, March 25, at Jester Center

Careers in Government Panel Tuesday, March 25, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Vick Center, Jester A115 Learn about careers in government from professionals that work in a wide variety of governmental agencies including the Texas Education Agency, Texas Lobbying Association, the Texas Department of Health Services, and the Texas House of Representatives. Panelists Tom Best, […]

Patton Boggs Foundation Public Policy Fellowship – Apply by Thursday, March 20

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 […]

UT-Austin Communication Job & Internship Fair on Wednesday, March 5, 2014

UT Law students and graduates are invited to attend. UT-Austin Communication Job & Internship Fair Wednesday, March 5, from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. North End Zone-The Club of DKR Stadium (enter at Gates 14 & 16) If you are interested in a nonpracticing career and/or would like to network with various employers in the advertising, public […]

UT Law Environmental Law Internship Guide now available online

The Center for Global Energy, International Arbitration, and Environmental Law, Environmental Law Society, and Career Services Office has published an updated version of the UT Law Environmental Law Internship Guide. This guide contains information about internships and clerkships in the government, nonprofit and law firm sectors in Texas and the U.S.

Austin Bar Association’s Diversity Fellowship Program for 1Ls – Apply by February 1, 2014

Austin Bar Association’s Diversity Fellowship Program for 1Ls Apply by February 1, 2014 In the Program’s fourth year, each fellow will be awarded a split-summer internship of at least 10 weeks. The first half of the summer will be spent with a public sector employer (e.g., State District or County Court-at-Law Judge, County or District Attorney’s […]

2014 Public Policy Handbook Now Available Online

The 2014 Public Policy Handbook, which is published by the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, is now available online. The Handbook contains detailed information on internships and postgraduate fellowships, primarily in the Washington, DC area and New York City, along with those available in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, […]

U.S. Department of Justice Security and Suitability Review Process

From the  U.S. Department of Justice: If you are applying or have applied to the DOJ, please note that the determination of a candidate’s suitability is different from a security clearance. All attorneys and legal interns will have a suitability review and determination made by the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management (OARM) and, if a […]