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U.S. Department of Justice Job Bank Launches Mobile App

The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management, has launched a new, free mobile app where your students and alumni can easily search for legal internships and attorney positions with the DOJ. The mobile app is called DOJ Law Jobs and is available now on Apple iTunes for iPhone and will be […]

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, […]

Introduction to Public Service Law – Video & PowerPoint now available online

If you missed yesterday’s program “Introduction on Public Service Law” (September 5, 2013), you may now view the panel presentation and download a copy of the PowerPoint handout (Law School UT-EID required). Panelists featured are Stephanie Kolmar, ’10, staff attorney with American Gateways, James Murphy, Assistant Public Interest Counsel with the Texas Commission on Environmental […]

Government Honors & Internship Handbook: New 2013 Edition Online

The 2013-14 Government Honors & Internship Handbook is published by the University of Arizona. Please note that legal work at many of the agencies may differ from what you would assume based on the agencies’ names; therefore, it is worth reading the program descriptions carefully. Students interested in applying for Federal Government Honor Programs and […]

2Ls/3Ls: Federal Government Honor Programs and Summer Law Internship Programs

Federal Government Honor Programs and Summer Law Internship Programs Students interested in applying for Federal Government Honor Programs and Summer Law Internship Programs should review the following tables (PDF), which provide information about 2L and 3L programs that have both rolling deadlines and firm deadlines through early September 2013. Please note that there are several […]

Job Fairs in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco & Washington, DC

Bidding for the following off-campus recruitment programs will open on Monday, July 1 at 11 a.m. (Central) and close on Monday, July 15, at 11 a.m. (Central) via The Law Consortium Symplicity Module. Students interested in these cities are encouraged to participate. Chicago Walk-Around Recruitment Program – August 5, 2013 Los Angeles Off-Campus Recruitment Program […]

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Each week, NALP’s Director of Public Service Initiatives and Fellowships, Christina Jackson, provides a summary of news items that affect the public service legal community, with an emphasis on funding, the job market, law school initiatives, and access-to-justice developments. Subscribe today to receive the PSJD Public Interest News Bulletin.

Foreign Service Careers @ Your Fingertips – DOSCareers App for iPhone and Android

The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce the release of DOSCareers, a new mobile app designed for aspiring Foreign Service candidates and others seeking to familiarize themselves with diplomatic careers. This app offers essential information right at your fingertips: Foreign Service Specialist and Officer career path descriptions, videos of employees in specific career […]

Heather Jarvis: Five Easy Steps for Public Service Loan Forgiveness | Program Video & PDF

On February 1, 2013, national student loan expert Heather Jarvis addressed public service professionals and students from UT Law and other Texas law schools on “Public Service Loan Forgiveness in Five Easy Steps” during the annual Public Service Career Fair, the largest public service legal job fair in Texas. This year she also covered the […]

New “Pay As You Earn” Student Loan Repayment Plan to Launch December 21, 2012

New “Pay As You Earn” Student Loan Repayment Plan Final regulations implementing the President’s “Pay As You Earn” repayment initiative have just been published.  The regulations provide for reduced payments for some federal student loan borrowers and improve the federal student loan disability discharge process.  Highlights include: Eligible borrowers: Must not owe a balance on […]