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Free Fellowships 101 Program in Washington, D.C. on July 9, 2015

Fellowships 1o1 Thursday, July 9, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Georgetown Law (Gewirz Student Center, 120 F Street NW; 12th Floor) in Washington, D.C. The Washington Council of Lawyers is pleased to announce the return of Fellowships 101, its annual introduction to postgraduate public interest fellowships. An expert panel will walk you through project-based fellowships, such as those sponsored […]

10 Ways To Make a Positive Lasting Impression This Summer

Mary Crane (, who conducts our 1L Etiquette Dinners, recently posted this in her June 2015 enewsletter. About a month ago, you made your first foray into the world of professional work. Odds are that you made a great first impression. Use the next month to build a lasting impression that will lead to a job offer […]

Segal AmeriCorps Education Award – Apply by June 1, 2015

Texas Law students are eligible for a $1,212 Segal Education Award for dedicating 300 hours of service to a qualifying legal project with a nonprofit or government office. The award is through Equal Justice Works’ AmeriCorps JD program. You can use those funds to reduce the amount you have to borrow for law school or […]

Scott Ozmun Fellowship – Applications due by May 11, 2015

The Scott Ozmun Fellowship provides financial support to a student who works with local law firms on pro bono cases through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas. The fellowship recipient works under the supervision of a VLS attorney for a minimum of 300 hours during the academic year, assisting lawyers at local law firms who have […]

CSO Panels & Workshops Available Online

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): Law Firm Career Panels Government Career Panel & Workshops Public Interest Career Panels & Workshops Judical Clerkship and Internship Workshop & Panels

New Texas State Bar Rule Affecting Summer Employment

Students working in Texas this summer (or might be working here later) should be familiar that the State Bar’s ethics committee has enacted a new rule (State Bar of Texas Opinion No. 644). The rule makes it harder for employers to hire you if you’ve ever worked on the other side of a case that […]

UT Nonprofit & Government Career Fair on Wednesday, April 8, 2015

2015 Nonprofit & Government Career Fair Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at the Texas Union Ballroom The Nonprofit & Government Career Fair is a free event open to all students and alumni of The University of Texas at Austin, as well as all residents of Central Texas who are interested in a career […]

Corporate, Nonprofit and Government Summer 2015 Legal Internships (March 16, 2015)

Below are links to corporate and nonprofit summer 2015 clerkship opportunities that are not featured on the CSO Job Bank. Sony Network Entertainment International, LLC; San Mateo & Los Angeles, CA Telenav; Sunnyvale, CA CME Group; New York, NY DTS Systems; Birmingham, AL Renesas; Santa Clara, CA Government Louis County; Clayton, MO Nonprofit Johns Hopkins; […]

Updated Texas Law Mentor Directory now available on Symplicity

The updated Texas Law Mentor Directory, now available on Symplicity, is a valuable resource for Texas Law students seeking information on a wide range of topics, from career paths to job search advice, to job market trends in diverse geographic locations. Texas Law alumni are available to share their insights and expertise with students seeking […]

Access to Justice Internship Program – Apply by March 31, 2015

The Access to Justice Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for law students to intern with Texas non-profit civil legal services providers. The goals of the internship program are to encourage students to help address the legal problems of underserved individuals and communities and to educate future attorneys about those problems. For the summer of […]