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Week of October 26, 2020

Information & Announcements

  • Counseling appointments available by phone and by Zoom
  • Free ABA Memberships for Students
  • CSO Google Drive: Recently Added Resources

Programming

  • Chicago Bar Association Pro Bono Week: Justice: an Evening of Stories and Community: Monday, October 25, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Spring 2021 Legal Externship Program Informational Meeting: Tuesday, October 27, 12:00 pm
  • Lunchando: COVID-19's impact on small businesses: Tuesday, October 27, 6:00 pm
  • Chicago Area Law School Consortium Meet the Public Service Organizations Webinars: Policy-focused Public Interest Organizations - Wednesday, October 28, at 12 pm
  • 2021 City of Chicago Mayoral Fellowship Program Information Session: Wednesday, October 28, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Chicago Bar Association Pro Bono Week: 27th Annual Pro Bono & Community Service Fair - Virtual: October 29, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Employment Opportunities

  • Federal Work Study applications open for fall 2020
  • Spring 2021 Semester Law Firm Associate Program (SLFAP): Applications due Thursday, October 29, by 5:00 pm
  • Cook County State's Attorney's Office: Apply to be an Assistant State's Attorney

Fellowships & Scholarships

  • Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship Application Open: Deadline extended to October 28, 2020
  • Schweitzer Health Justice school-year student fellowship: deadline February 1

Job Fairs  

  • Loyola Patent Law Interview Program: Virtual using Flo Recruit; Student decision period opens November 19

Diversity

  • Cook County Minority Job Fair - NOW VIRTUAL: Student Bidding period runs from October 21 - October 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm CST
  • 16th Annual Bay Area Virtual Diversity Career Fair: January 8 and 9, 2021; registration and bidding are NOW OPEN!

Resources

  • Association of American Law Schools Member Schools Symposia Calendar
  • Washington DC: Public Interest Jobs Clearinghouse and US House of Representatives Employment Bulletin
  • Symplicity App
  • Chicago Area Law Firm List
  • Resume and Cover Letter Guides available in the Symplicity Document Library
  • Government Honors & Internship Handbook & Public Policy Handbook
  • CareerShift
  • Practising Law Institute (PLI)  
  • CSO Resources - CSO Google Drive
  • Resources provided by the Chicago Bar Association
  • @theBar Podcast for Young Lawyers

Information & Announcements

Counseling Appointments Available by Phone and Zoom

All counselors are available for counseling appointments by phone or Zoom. Please use Symplicity to schedule your appointment, rather than emailing your counselor to set up a time. When scheduling an appointment in Symplicity, choose the appointment type "Counseling: Phone Appointment" and include the phone number you wish to be called at in the notes section. If you prefer to meet using Zoom or Google Meet, please indicate that instead. Your counselor will send you a virtual meeting link.

Free ABA Memberships for Students

The American Bar Association offers free memberships to all students enrolled in law school. The membership grants law students access to resources tailored to their interests and needs, opportunities to build their professional skills plus access to the ABA’s job listings, clerkships, internships and career events.

You can enroll here - http://www.americanbar.org/abalawstudents.

 CSO Google Drive: Recently Added Resources

Be sure to check out the Outside Career Advancement Opportunities spreadsheet found in the CSO Google Drive.

Recently added resources include:

  • The Belonging Project - On-demand webinars on topics such as writing skills, alternative careers for JDs, job searching, and mock interview skills
  • Meeting of the Minds Podcast from Evisort
  • Nebraska Virtual Space Law Week
  • Webinars from the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
  • Intel Diversity & Inclusion Technology Law Summit
  • Benesch presents, The Business of Law - A virtual workshop
  • Women, Influence & Power in Law virtual summit
  • American Association of Law Schools member school Symposia calendar

Check out the Career Services Office Google Drive to access these resources!

Programming   

Due to social distancing restrictions, all CSO programming will be conducted virtually via Zoom unless specifically stated otherwise.

Chicago Bar Association Pro Bono Week
Justice: An Evening of Stories and Community

Date: Monday, October 26
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join Chicago legal community colleagues for this annual fan favorite celebration to kick off Pro Bono Week with an evening of justice-themed stories told by audience volunteers. Interested in telling a story? Sign up and come prepared with a five minute story to share. Storytellers and listeners alike are encouraged to attend!

Register here

Spring 2021 Legal Externship Program Informational Meeting

Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm

Professor Gross will conduct an informational meeting on Spring 2021 Legal Externships at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 via Zoom. Please check your inbox for the SBA email titled "Spring 2021 Legal Externship Information" for the Zoom link and relevant password.

Lunchando: COVID-19's Impact on Latinx Small Businesses

Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm

Join Chicago-Kent's Hispanic Law Student Association (HLSA) for a panel discussion on impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latinx small businesses. The Zoom link can be found through the SBA calendar.

Chicago Area Law School Consortium
Meet the Public Service Organizations Webinars:

Policy-Focused Public Interest Organizations
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m.

CALSC's annual Meet the Public Service Organizations program has been adapted for a virtual format this year. The next program will be October 28 and will feature panelists from policy-focused public interest organizations. Panelists include:

  • Steven Monroy, MALDEF
  • Marie Claire Tran-Leung, The Shriver Center on Poverty Law
  • Rachel Johnson, ACLU Illinois

Register here

Recordings of previous programs can be found in the Outside Resources Spreadsheet located in the Career Services Office shared Google Drive. If you have any questions about accessing the shared drive, contact kentcso@kentlaw.iit.edu

2021 City of Chicago Mayoral Fellowship Program Information Session

Date: Wednesday, October 28
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Interested in municipal law and policy-making? The City of Chicago's Mayoral Fellowship program is a unique and interdisciplinary paid summer experience that allows students to get a first-hand look at the inner workings of a city government. Join us for an informational session with previous Chicago-Kent Mayoral Fellows:

  • Erin Monforti, 2020 Fellow - 2L
  • Chloe Bell, 2020 Fellow - 2L
  • Zoe Lanier, 2019 Fellow - 3L
  • James O'Brien, 2019 Fellow - 3L

Learn more about the Mayoral Fellowship program here.

Chicago Bar Association Pro Bono Week:
27th Annual Pro Bono & Community Service Fair

Date: Thursday, October 29
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Over 40 of Chicago's legal aid, pro bono, community service, and mentoring organizations will father at virtual "tables" to meet with members of the legal community. Hear directly from legal aid and pro bono attorneys about how you can make a difference. There's an opportunity available to fit everyone's schedule, interests, skills, and goals! Co-sponsored by the CBA Young Lawyers Section and Kirkland & Ellis, LLP.

Register here.

Employment Opportunities

Please check Chicago-Kent's job posting system ("Symplicity") on a regular basis. Check out Symplicity's general instructions for more information.

Federal Work Study Application - Open for Fall 2020

Federal Work Study (FWS) is a need-based financial aid program established by the federal government. The FWS program provides employment opportunities for eligible students, allowing them to earn, rather than borrow, a portion of their educational costs. Chicago-Kent students who are FWS eligible may receive payment for their work at government and public interest organizations in the Chicago area through FWS funds. However, the number of positions will be limited due to FWS budgetary limitations, and there are other restrictions and limitations as to where students can be funded to work.

Please click here for more information and the required request form.

Spring 2021 Semester Law Firm Associate Program (SLFAP) - Applications due Thursday, October 28, by 5:00 pm

Chicago-Kent’s Semester Law Firm Associate Program (SLFAP) is a unique for-credit non-graded program open to 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4Ls with a cumulative minimum 3.2 GPA. Semester Associate externs work for academic credit (without pay) as “Associates” for the designated and prestigious law firms listed below.

Semester Associate externs receive 6 credits and devote 24 hours a week during the semester to the fieldwork component. Students gain experience, skills and perspective from work on different aspects of litigation and transactions. The firms strive to expose students to a range of legal problems demanding varying skill sets and competencies. In conjunction with the fieldwork, there is an accompanying classroom component, scheduled on designated Thursdays from 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Even though COVID will require most of the fieldwork experience to be remote, this is still a terrific opportunity to learn about life in a law firm, substantive law from highly qualified practicing attorneys, more about your own strengths and interests, and to make an impression on the lawyers with whom you come into contact (even though there is no expectation of future employment). Since the start of COVID, all the previous effected externs will tell you that the necessary limitations in no way affected the success of their externship experience.

To Apply for Spring 2021 SLFAP:

Below are the participating firms and legal practice areas. All 2Ls and 3Ls who wish to apply for an externship at any of the firms listed below, please email a current resume and unofficial transcript to Suzanne Blaz (sblaz@kentlaw.iit.edu), assistant to Professor Gross, by the end of the day on Thursday, October 29, 2020. Also indicate to which firm(s) you are applying.

Each firm will conduct its own selection process. You must accept the first offer you receive and cannot withdraw after your acceptance with the respective firm.

Participating Firms:

Beermann LLP
Matrimonial Law

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
IP Law (Patent & Soft IP)

Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney
Litigation (commercial; possibly some toxic tort)

Stahl Cowen Crowley Addis LLC
Commercial Litigation

Please contact Professor Gross (vgross@kentlaw.iit.edu) immediately if you are selected or if you have any questions.

Cook County State's Attorney's Office: Apply to be an Assistant State's Attorney

If you are looking to devote your career to working with a nationally recognized litigation team, apply to the Cook County State's Attorney's Office (CCSAO) as an Assistant State's Attorney (ASA). The Office of the Cook County State's Attorney is the second-largest county prosecution office in the country - employing more than 700 lawyers.

The legal staff is diverse and reflective of the community it serves. CCSAO is looking for candidates with varied experience. Some factors considered include:

  • Favorable Academic Standing
  • Excellent Writing Ability 
  • Law School Activities - i.e., Mock Trial Competition or Moot Court, Trial Team
  • Course Selections - i.e. Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Trial Advocacy, Appellate Advocacy, Clinical courses, etc.
  • Documented interest in public service and/or criminal law
  • Highest standards of professional and personal integrity
Interviews are currently being scheduled. Do not wait on this application!

See more information here.

Fellowships & Scholarships  

Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship Application Open: Deadline Extended to October 28, 2020

Each year the Immigrant Justice Corps awards Justice Fellowships to about 25 law graduates, selected for their skills and proven commitment to immigrant rights. IJC has 27 current Justice Fellows, and together with IJC’s Community Fellows, they are extending access to justice at 49 host organizations in 11 states. During the Fellowship, IJC trains Fellows to become experts in immigration law and pairs them with leading non-profit legal services providers and community based organizations. Because Fellows are placed at many different partnering host organizations, their experiences are almost entirely unique, with an array of immigration law specialties, communities, and geographies. Throughout the fellowship, Justice Fellows provide a broad range of aid to their clients – from removal defense, to affirmative asylum applications to securing special relief for juveniles and victims of crime, domestic violence or human trafficking. IJC Fellows serve for two years and are provided with a full salary and benefits.

How to apply: Eligible applicants include: 3Ls, graduating law school by the spring of 2021; 2020 law school graduates; or 2019 law school graduates, if they will be completing another fellowship or clerkship by August of 2021. Eligible applicants can submit the required documents on IJC’s application portal. Applications require the following: resume; unofficial transcript; statement of interest (500 words or less); essay question (500 words or less); and two letters of recommendation. For more information, visit IJC’s website, register for one of IJC’s informational webinars, or contact IJC with application questions at info@justicecorps.org.

Deadline: October 7, 2020 at 11:59 p.m., EST

Chicago-Kent also has a Fellowship Team, if you are drafting an application for a fellowship and need assistance, please connect with Michelle Vodenik in the Career Services Office at mvodenik@kentlaw.iit.edu.

Schweitzer Health Justice school-year student fellowship: Application deadline February 1

The Schweitzer Fellowship is a prestigious year-long service learning program for graduate students in health-related professions who design and implement innovative direct-service projects aimed at improving the health and well-being of underserved Chicago area communities. Annually, they select 30 graduate students from diverse fields to become Fellows who will design and implement year-long direct service projects. They are seeking IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law students to join the next class. In addition to their service projects, other elements of the Program are designed to inspire and inform the Fellows, and to reinforce their commitment to humanitarian service. These include supportive mentors, monthly meetings, symposia on pertinent public health issues, and service days. Fellows receive a $2,500 stipend for their participation.

Join the 2021-2022 cohort of outstanding interdisciplinary Fellows and a network of over 4,000 Fellows nationwide! Apply by Feb 1, 2021. More details and application information at: https://hmprg.org/programs/schweitzer/application-process/

Job Fairs

Loyola Patent Law Interview Program: Virtual using Flo Recruit; Student decision period opens November 19

The 2020 Patent Law Interview Program that was scheduled to take place this summer has been postponed to January 14 - 15, 2021. The program will be held virtually using Flo Recruit. To ensure that emails from Flo Recruit will not be routed to your junk folder, add the email loyolapatent@floevents.com to your address book.

The Student Application Period ended on October 4, 2020.

The Employer Selection Period is happening now through November 18. During this period, employers review the materials submitted to them and select the students they wish to interview and alternate students to be scheduled in the event of cancellations.

The Student Decision Period will begin on November 19, 2020 and will end on December 3, 2020.

  • During this time, students can log-in to their PIPER account to see which employers, if any, have invited them to interview during the program or added them to an alternate list. During this time period, students are able to accept or decline each interview invitation and alternate status via PIPER.

Updated program information and an updated list of program dates and deadlines has been added to the Patent Law Interview Program website. Please note that although this year's program will technically take place in 2021, it will still be referred to as the 2020 Patent Law Interview Program on the website and in all communications.

If you have any questions about the Patent Law Interview Program, email Jackie Russell at jrussell5@kentlaw.iit.edu.

Diversity

Cook County Minority Job Fair - NOW VIRTUAL: Student Bidding period opens October 21, 2020; limited opportunities available for 1Ls - register by October 19 at 11:59 pm CST

The Cook County Bar Association has postponed the Minority Law Student Job Fair to Friday, January 8, 2021. The job fair will now be entirely virtual. The CCBA recently announced that a limited number of employers will be recruiting 1ls through the minority job fair. First year law students MUST register by OCTOBER 19 to participate.

ANTICIPATED STATES REPRESENTED BY EMPLOYER PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:

California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin

 

ANTICIPATED EMPLOYER PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:

Large, Medium, and Small Law Firms, Corporations, and Government Agencies

 

ANTICIPATED NUMBER OF EMPLOYER PARTICIPANTS:

70

 IMPORTANT DATES FOR STUDENTS

  • Each student must bid for 25 ranked employer selections between October 21, 2020 and October 31, 2020 at 11:59 PM CST.

  • Students should receive their initial schedule on or before November 20 , 2020.

  • Initial drops, adds, and cancellations completed by November 25, 2020 at 11:59 PM CST.

  • Final cancellations should be completed by December 18, 2020 at 11:59 PM CST.

  • The Minority Law Student Job Fair will be held virtually via Symplicity on January 8, 2021.

If you have any questions please contact Chicago-Kent's CCBA Minority Job fair liaison Victoria Ryan at vryan@kentlaw.iit.edu or email info@ccbaminorityjobfair.org

16th Annual Bay Area Virtual Diversity Career Fair: January 8 and 9, Registration and Bidding are NOW OPEN!

Looking to launch your legal career in the Bay Area and beyond? There's no better place to interview for a 2021 2L Summer experience than the 16th Annual Virtual Bay Area Diversity Career Fair. It's a way to meet with leading law firms, in-house corporate legal departments, government legal departments, and nonprofit organizations. Plus, there will be a panel discussion where you will hear from successful diverse lawyers in diverse practice areas about their career successes and challenges.

To be eligible, you need to have completed your first year of law school by the time of the interviews. We know there will be great opportunities to network and we hope you will be a part of it.

Key Dates:

Registration opens
Monday, October 19
The registration site can be found here.

Registration and bidding deadline
Friday, November 27 11:59 p.m. PST

Virtual Panel Discussion
Friday, January 8
3:00 p.m. ET: East coast panel followed by small group breakout networking sessions from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET
3:00 p.m. PT: West coast panel followed by small group breakout networking sessions from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. PT

Saturday, January 9
12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PT

Virtual panel, networking opportunities and interviews are powered by Flo Recruit.

For questions, please contact: Marissa Chepenik Bay Area Diversity Career Fair Project Manager registration@orrick.com

Resources

Association of American Law Schools
Member Schools Symposia Calendar

The Association of American Law Schools has compiled a calendar of Symposia being held by member schools throughout the remainder of 2020. This broad listing of programs is a great tool for exploring some exciting topics in many areas of law. Selected topics include:

  • Health Law
  • Immigration
  • Systemic Racism
  • Constitutional Law
  • Elections/voting rights
  • International Law

The calendar can be found here.

Washington DC: Public Interest Jobs Clearinghouse and US House of Representatives Employment Bulletin

Interested in opportunities in Washington DC? The Washington Council of Lawyers (the Public Interest Bar Association for Washington, DC), produces the "Public Interest Jobs Clearinghouse" every two weeks. This resource features public interest jobs in the Washington DC area, and a small section features public interest jobs throughout the United States. This is a "Protected" resource that Chicago-Kent receives because we have a subscription. You can find the latest version in Symplicity, under the Resources tab, in the Document Library. Search for Washington DC: Public Interest Jobs Clearinghouse. The US House of Representatives has an Employment Bulletin, that you can subscribe to. This resource has opportunities with members and committees. If interested, find out more here.

Symplicity App

The Symplicity app has so many incredible features, and can help make your job search the easiest it's ever been. Some notable features include:

  • Personalized job recommendations curated based on your interests, allowing you to swipe left or right between jobs recommended for you
  • Deadline tracking in real time with push notifications for applications and interviews
  • Quick search tools that allow you to sort and filter jobs on the go
  • Portable access to the Kent CSO Document Library
  • Counseling appointment scheduling from your phone

Download the app here and start exploring now! Available in the App Store and Google Play.

Chicago Area Law Firm List

The Chicago Area Law Firm List is a spreadsheet of the private sector law firms in the Chicagoland area with 4 or more attorneys. Students can use the list to identify firms that include their practice areas of interest. The Chicago Area Law Firm List can be found in the Symplicity Document Library, under the Resources tab.

Resume and Cover Letter Guide

Our Resume and Cover Letter guides are available in the document library in Symplicity and on the CSO web page. These guides provide advice on drafting a strong legal resume and writing carefully thought out cover letters. They should be your go-to guides when drafting application materials

Government Honors & Internship Handbook and Public Policy Handbook

The Government Honors and Internship Handbook and the Public Policy Handbook are now available! To access the handbooks, use the link, login and password, which can be found in the Document Library in Symplicity. Note that many 3L/post-grad government honors program and 2L summer/semester internship program deadlines are very early in the semester; log in now to avoid missing an opportunity! 

CareerShift

Chicago-Kent has partnered with CareerShift to help with your job search needs. CareerShift is a one-stop search engine that allows users to search and review each and every job posting available (such as those on Monster, Indeed, all other job boards and company websites). In addition, users can search for jobs and save your searches, find and save a list of contacts, create resumes and cover letters, and put them together in a targeted e-mail or postal mail campaigns. Then you can track your responses from “Come in for an interview” to “You’re hired.”
With CareerShift you can:

  • Search every job listing, including job boards and company websites
  • Get inside contact information immediately, including email addresses, for millions of companies
  • Create and organize all of your documents
  • Confidentially market yourself
  • Remain focused and organized
  • Access your secure, private account from anywhere, anytime, 24/7

Log in to Symplicity for the link and password to access CareerShift (search “CareerShift” in the Document Library).

Practising Law Institute (PLI)

Practising Law Institute (PLI) invites law students to attend most of its live CLE programs, or view its live or archived Webcasts, for free, on scholarship (see PLI’s student scholarship form). They are all great sources of cutting-edge, practice-oriented content, and the live programs are terrific networking opportunities.

Recently added: Free resources on reducing bias and promoting diversity & inclusion in the law. Find out more here.

CSO Resources - CSO Google Drive

Be sure to check out the many exciting programs listed in the Outside Resources Spreadsheet in the CSO Google Drive. These include programs like::

  • The Belonging Project - On-demand webinars on topics such as writing skills, alternative careers for JDs, job searching, and mock interview skills
  • Meeting of the Minds Podcast from Evisort
  • Nebraska Virtual Space Law Week
  • Webinars from the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
  • Intel Diversity & Inclusion Technology Law Summit
  • Benesch presents, The Business of Law - A virtual workshop
  • Women, Influence & Power in Law virtual summit
  • American Association of Law Schools member school Symposia calendar

Check out the CSO Google Drive to find more details on these, and other, exciting resources.

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The Career Services Office has access to many other helpful career resources. A majority of these resources are available in Symplicity under the red "Resources" tab (in the "Document Library"). Some of these resources include:

  • Unofficial Transcript Guide
  • Government Honors and Internship Handbook
  • Chicago Area Law Firm List
  • Updated Vermont Guide to State Judicial Clerkships
  • BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank
  • Prosecution Handbook
  • Public Defender Handbook               
  • Public Interest Job Search Handbooks

Speak with your Career Advisor about the various resources available through the Career Services Office!

Resources Provided by the Chicago Bar Association

The Chicago Bar Career Center is the place to go to find legal industry professionals, jobs, and resources. Legal professionals can search for jobs, post resumes, and browse career resources to help them in all stages of their career. Employers looking for quality candidates can post jobs, search resumes, and connect with prospects. Have you visited a premier resource to connect career opportunities with highly qualified legal professionals - ? Whether you're searching for a new career or searching for a new hire, the CBA Career Center provides multiple avenues to help you achieve your goal. See below for a summary of services.

Job Postings
Finding a new job or making a career switch isn't always easy. We understand and offer a variety of assistance to members to help ease the path to the future you imagine. Seewww.chicagobar.org/careers for a full list of resources.

Career Assistance Committee

Get tips and feedback from professional speakers as well as your colleagues at monthly meetings at the CBA. Past topics have included resumes, interviewing, salary negotiation, state of the job market and more. Sign up to receive email notice of meetings at www.chicagobar.org/committees. Free and open to all members. 

Career Advancement Program 
The CBA has partnered with local career counselor Kathy Morris to help lawyers navigate the Chicago legal job market. With over 25 years of experience, Kathy shares her intimate knowledge of our local market in complimentary one-on-one career counseling sessions at the CBA, seminars targeted to experience level and practice area, and more. Learn more atwww.chicagobar.org/CAP

Online Career Center
Search job openings and post your resume plus get everything you need to make your resume stand out, ace the interview, advance your career, and navigate the digital world through social media at www.chicagobar.org/career center. Our online career center also allows you to set up efficient job alerts that deliver job openings right to your inbox. 

CBA Job Flash
As a supplement to the online career center CBA members receive the “Job Flash” in their inbox. The newsletter contains a current list of both local and national job openings. Not getting the Job Flash? Check your member profile at www.chicagobar.org and make sure your email is on file with the CBA (or call 312-554-2135).


@the Bar Podcast for Young Lawyers

@the Bar is a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics and stories. Connect and listen to the podcast on Legal Talk Network, the nation’s premiere podcast network for legal professionals with over 1.2 million subscribers and several hundred thousand unique listeners. You can download the Legal Talk Network App on iTunes or Google Play. You can also subscribe through Legal Talk Network to receive notice of future episodes.

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