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Week of June 29, 2020

Information & Announcements

  • Fall Recruiting usually held in August and September has been postponed to early 2021
  • Counseling appointments available by phone
  • COVID-19 and summer employment
  • Advancing your career goals from home
  • Free ABA Memberships for Students
  • CSO Google Drive - New Resources Added
  • Watch the Chicago-Kent 2020 Public Interest Awards (May 19, 2020): available on Panopto
  • U.S. Department of Justice Webinar for participants in the 2020 Attorney General's Honors Program and Summer Law Intern Program
  • First Generation Professionals Academy for Emerging Professionals Summer Webinar Series: Starts July 15, 2020

Programming

Employment Opportunities

  • Federal Work Study applications open for summer 2020

Fellowships & Scholarships

  • 2021 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Application Open: Deadline July 26, 2020
  • Equal Justice Works Fellowship Application Open: Deadline September 17, 2020
  • Skadden Fellowship Application Open: Deadline September 14, 2020
  • Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship Application Open: Deadline October 7, 2020

Job Fairs  

  • Southern IP Job Fair: Student Bid Acceptance Opens July 1.
  • Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair: Register by Wednesday July 8, 2020.

Diversity

  • Cook County Minority Job Fair Postponed to January 8, 2021
  • Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair: Register by Wednesday, July 8, 2020
  • 2021 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Application Open: Deadline July 26, 2020
  • First Generation Professionals Academy for Emerging Professionals Summer Webinar Series: Starts July 15, 2020

Resources

  • Washington DC: Public Interest Jobs Clearinghouse and US House of Representatives Employment Bulletin
  • Symplicity App
  • 2019-2020 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 - NEW programs added to the CSO Google Drive
  • Resources provided by the Chicago Bar Association
  • @theBar Podcast for Young Lawyers

Information & Announcements

"Fall Recruiting" Usually Held in August and September Has Been Postponed to Early 2021

This year, due to the repercussions from the COVID-19 crisis, Fall Recruiting will be moved to early 2021. Typically, most of the Fall Recruiting activities take place in August and September each year. The Career Services staff is currently working with participating recruiting personnel from law firms and government agencies on setting up the new calendar for recruiting in early 2021. We are focused on how to handle some of the scheduling logistics involved in changing the timing of this formal recruiting program in a way that does not prejudice you. Changes to fall recruiting calendars are being made by law schools all over the company in response to employer concerns about conducting fall recruiting activities this year at the typical time.

All current first and second year students affected will be notified about the specific changes to Fall Recruiting once they are finalized in the future. Please be assured that you will receive plenty of timely information about Chicago-Kent's Fall Recruiting Program should you choose to participate. Also, keep in mind that this formal recruiting program involves positions that will not begin until the summer of 2021.

Each year, the Fall Recruiting Program offers Chicago-Kent students in their second and third years (currently 1Ls and 2Ls) the opportunity to interview for summer associate/law clerk or entry-level associate/staff attorney positions with a variety of legal employers. While some employers will interview students during on-campus interviews, others will do resume collections or need to be contacted directly by students.

Moreover, we cannot emphasize enough that the Fall Recruiting Program is by no means the only way in which students find jobs. That is why it is so important that you work with your career advisor on developing your own career plan. Our entire staff realizes that in these challenging times many opportunities are "on hold" but we are optimistic that things will improve. As a current law student, the best thing that you can do right now is to prepare to the best of your ability for your final exams. Your advisor will be working with you individually over the upcoming summer on how best to position yourself for future career opportunities.

Counseling Appointments Available by Phone

All counselors are available for counseling appointments by phone. 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.

Covid-19 and Summer Employment

Many of you are likely waiting to hear from employers regarding interviews or the status of a job application. Due to the amount of upheaval most people are currently experiencing, expect that many employers' response times to applications and emails will be delayed. Now more than ever, it is essential that you follow-up on applications. However, remember to do so politely and patiently.

It is also possible that some employers will prefer to conduct interviews via phone or video conferencing. You may also wish to request a phone or video format if any employer suggests an in-person interview. If you have questions about preparing for a video conference or phone interview, don't hesitate to speak with your career counselor.

Others of you are still looking for summer work. We know things look discouraging right now. Our office is doing everything we can to identify opportunities for students to apply to for the summer. We are regularly searching the web for positions to post on Symplicity and speaking with our pool of employers to gauge the status of their summer programs. If you have a question about planning for summer, or would like help creating an alternative summer plan, don't hesitate to schedule a meeting with your counselor.

Advancing Your Career Goals from Home

Working and learning remotely does not mean that you can't continue advancing your career goals. With a variety of digital tools to choose from, networking from home can still be done. You may even find that some attorneys and professionals have more time available for networking right now. This is a great time to reach out to contacts in your network and give them an update. Build relationships now that you can capitalize on later.

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- NEW Resources Added

There have recently been several great additions to the Outside Career Advancement Opportunities spreadsheet found in the CSO Google Drive.

Exciting recently added resources include::

  • Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI): Educational Seminar Series
  • Passport to Practice - Free upskilling program for new lawyers
  • CLI Tipping the Scales Summer Educational Series
  • Practising Law Institute (PLI) - Free programs on reducing bias and promoting diversity & inclusion in the law
  • AT&T Summer Learning Academy
  • DOJ Wednesday Webinar Series featuring offices participating in the Attorney General's Honors Program and the Summer Law Intern Program

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

Watch the Chicago-Kent 2020 Public Interest Awards (May 19, 2020): available on Panopto

On Tuesday, May 19, Chicago-Kent alumni, students, faculty and staff joined together to honor alumni and students who devote their careers to the public good and demonstrate outstanding public service! The program recognized students who have volunteered throughout the year, earned the Public Interest Law Certificate, volunteered at the Self-Help Web Center, served as environmental "Baum Fellows," and more. Alumni who are part of our Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) were also recognized. The recording of the program can be found in the Career Services Office folder on Panopto.

First Generation Professionals Academy for Emerging Professionals Summer Webinar Series: Next Session July 15, 2020

July 15th, 4 - 8PM EST: Emerging Professionals Virtual Workshops, Session 2

Registration Information--https://www.eventbrite.com/e/109673285750
Target Audience: First-Generation, Low-Income Undergraduate & Graduate Emerging Professionals


a) 4:00 - 5:00 PM EST: Networking 101 - Jeanita Pritchett, Academic Program Manager in the National Institute of Standards and Technology
b) 5:00 - 6:00PM EST: Financial Literacy; Understanding the Financial Quagmires for FGPs - Alan Sorcher, Assistant Director of the Office of Investor Education and Advocacy, U.S.Securities and Exchange Commission
c) 6:00 - 7:00PM EST: Navigating the Unwritten Rules for Career Success - Charles Clark, Director of the Office of Human Capital Strategy & Stacy Carter, Director of the Policy and Evaluation Division, U.S. Department of Commerce
d) 7:00 - 8:00PM EST: Combating the Imposter Syndrome - Tinisha Agramonte, Director of the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Commerce

Programming        

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 Summer

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.

FEDERAL WORK STUDY Applications for Summer 2020 are currently being accepted exclusively over email; early applications receive first consideration.

DEADLINE for Summer 2020, with a start date of Tuesday, May 26 (day after Memorial Day), is Wednesday, May 13; applications for later start dates will be considered on a rolling basis. Processing time may take a week or more. Allow plenty of time for approval, and the time it takes to go onto the Chicago-Kent payroll. Michelle Vodenik (mvodenik@kentlaw.iit.edu) should be alerted ASAP, if you are going to be working at an agency that has not previously been in the federal work study program.

Summer federal work study is divided into two periods.Summer 1 is May 26 - June 30. Summer 2 is July 1 - August 14. You only need to complete 1 application request for both Summer 1 and Summer 2, and indicate to the best of your ability your expected start date and end date. Summer 1 funding is based on federal work study availability through your current school year FAFSA (2019-2020); Summer 2 funding is based on your FAFSA for next school year (2020-2021).

Fellowships & Scholarships   

2021 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Application Open: Deadline is July 26, 2020

For more information, and to apply, go to https://www.bakerdonelson.com/diversity-scholarship .

Equal Justice Works Fellowship Application Open:
Deadline September 17th

If you’re a recent law school graduate or a lawyer new to public interest law, now is your time to shine! From May 12 to September 17, 2020, aspiring public interest lawyers will work to craft their dream jobs, pioneering solutions to legal issues on behalf of an underserved community. Immigrants, lower-wage workers, families at risk of homelessness—many people throughout our country face systemic injustices, yet few are fully equipped to fight back. No matter the issue, the guidance of a lawyer can make all the difference. With funding, training, and support, Equal Justice Works Fellows engage directly with issues and communities like these, expanding capacity at their host organizations and following their passions to enact real-world change.

If interested, it's time to choose the issues you plan to address through your Fellowship and find a host organization. You can learn more about Equal Justice Works Fellowships here. The Equal Justice Works' Fellowship Application Guide is the ultimate resource for everything you need to know about the application process, from start to finish. There is also a Facebook group, where you can ask questions, share advice, and network with other applicants.

Chicago-Kent also has a Fellowship Team to help students design their project. If you are creating a project, please connect with Michelle Vodenik in the Career Services Office at mvodenik@kentlaw.iit.edu.

Skadden Fellowship: Application Open Deadline September 14, 2020

The Skadden Fellowship Foundation provides two-year Fellowships to talented young lawyers to pursue the practice of public interest law on a full-time basis. Their guiding principle is to improve legal services to the poor and encourage economic independence. To date the foundation has funded over 800 fellowships. Applicants design their own fellowship, finding a host organization where they will base their project; and submitting the proposal to Skadden by the deadline of September 14, 2020. You can learn more about the Skadden Fellowship Application process here, including information on upcoming information sessions.

Chicago-Kent also has a Fellowship Team, to help students design their project. If you are creating a project, please connect with Michelle Vodenik in the Career Services Office at mvodenik@kentlaw.iit.edu.

Immigrant Justice Corps - Justice Fellowship Application Open: Deadline October 7

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.

Job Fairs

Southern IP Job Fair: Student Bidding Closes Sunday, June 14th at 11:59 pm!

The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance is holding its 16th annual Southern IP Job Fair (SIPJF) VIRTUALLY on July 28, 2020. Chicago-Kent is registered to participate in this program. 

SIPJF dates to remember:

  • May 1: Student registration opens
  • May 31: Student registration deadline
  • June 1: Students bid on employers
  • June 14: Student bid deadline
  • June 15: Employer select begins
  • June 30: Employer select ends
  • July 1: Student bid acceptance opens
  • July 10: Deadline for students to accept bids
  • July 17: Schedules available
  • July 28: Virtual SIPJF Event Day

Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair: Register by Wednesday, July 8, 2020

The 2020 Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair will take place on Sugust 5th and 6th, 2020. Registration is free for attorneys and students! Law firms, in-house legal departments, and agencies/organizations seeking to hire qualified Latinx attorneys and law students from across the country should not miss this opportunity to connect during the 2020 HNBA/VIA Virtual Career Fair (VCF)—the Nation’s largest career fair for Hispanic attorneys and law students! Fulfilling our mission, the VCF expands access and opportunity for employers and Latinx legal professionals and students, all in one place—a cost-effective win/win for everyone.

This signature HNBA/VIA program provides job seekers an unparalleled opportunity to virtually meet and interview with some of the nation’s most respected law firms, companies, organizations and government agencies. Additionally, the VCF is also a unique and cost-effective way to enter the workforce or advance your career.

The registration deadline for job seekers is fast approaching: register by Wednesday, July 8, 2020! 

Diversity

Cook County Minority Job Fair Postponed to January 8, 2020

The Cook County Bar Association has postponed the Minority Law Student Job Fair to Friday, January 8, 2021. The job fair will be held at Embassy Suites Chicago - Downtown/Lakefront, 511 North Columbus Drive, CHicago, Illinois, 60611.

Anticipated States represented by employers include: California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin.

Anticipated employer participants include: Large, meduium, and small law firms; corporations; and government agencies.

Anctitpated number of employer partcipants: 70.

Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair: Register by Wednesday, July 8, 2020

The 2020 Hispanic National Bar Association Virtual Career Fair will take place on Sugust 5th and 6th, 2020. Registration is free for attorneys and students! Law firms, in-house legal departments, and agencies/organizations seeking to hire qualified Latinx attorneys and law students from across the country should not miss this opportunity to connect during the 2020 HNBA/VIA Virtual Career Fair (VCF)—the Nation’s largest career fair for Hispanic attorneys and law students! Fulfilling our mission, the VCF expands access and opportunity for employers and Latinx legal professionals and students, all in one place—a cost-effective win/win for everyone.

This signature HNBA/VIA program provides job seekers an unparalleled opportunity to virtually meet and interview with some of the nation’s most respected law firms, companies, organizations and government agencies. Additionally, the VCF is also a unique and cost-effective way to enter the workforce or advance your career.

The registration deadline for job seekers is fast approaching: register by Wednesday, July 8, 2020! 

2021 Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Application Open: Deadline is July 26, 2020

For more information, and to apply, go to https://www.bakerdonelson.com/diversity-scholarship .

First Generation Professionals Academy for Emerging Professionals Summer Webinar Series: Next Session July 15, 2020

July 15th, 4 - 8PM EST: Emerging Professionals Virtual Workshops, Session 2

Registration Information--https://www.eventbrite.com/e/109673285750
Target Audience: First-Generation, Low-Income Undergraduate & Graduate Emerging Professionals


a) 4:00 - 5:00 PM EST: Networking 101 - Jeanita Pritchett, Academic Program Manager in the National Institute of Standards and Technology
b) 5:00 - 6:00PM EST: Financial Literacy; Understanding the Financial Quagmires for FGPs - Alan Sorcher, Assistant Director of the Office of Investor Education and Advocacy, U.S.Securities and Exchange Commission
c) 6:00 - 7:00PM EST: Navigating the Unwritten Rules for Career Success - Charles Clark, Director of the Office of Human Capital Strategy & Stacy Carter, Director of the Policy and Evaluation Division, U.S. Department of Commerce
d) 7:00 - 8:00PM EST: Combating the Imposter Syndrome - Tinisha Agramonte, Director of the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Commerce

 

Resources

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 new 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.

2019-2020 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 have been completely revised and are now available in the document library in Symplicity, on the CSO webpage, and in hard-copy in the CSO office. 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 - NEW programs available in the CSO Google Drive

Be sure to review these exciting programs recently added to the Outside Resources Spreadsheet in the CSO Google Drive:

  • Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI): Educational Seminar Series
  • Passport to Practice - Free upskilling program for new lawyers
  • CLI Tipping the Scales Summer Educational Series
  • AT&T Summer Learning Academy
  • DOJ Wednesday Webinar Series featuring offices participating in the Attorney General's Honors Program and the Summer Law Intern Program
  • The Belonging Project - Combatting the impact of COVID-19 on diversity in the legal profession

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/careercenter. 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).


@theBar Podcast for Young Lawyers

@theBar 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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