Career Services Job Opening: Resource Specialist
Career Services will soon begin a search to fill the Resource Specialist position to start in early July. This position is ideal for an evening student, or day student switching into the evening program. The job description includes: posting all new job postings, ordering and updating print and web resources, updating the Record and parts of the website, and assisting students and alums using the Career Services Office. As an employee of the school, you'll receive the fantastic benefit of tuition remission. This job will be formally posted in Symplicity in the next week or so, but if you would like to learn more about the job, feel free to ask the current Resource Specialist, Abigail Staudt.
Symplicity: New Job Posting and FOCI Bidding System
The Career Services Office has launched a new job posting and fall on-campus bidding system: Symplicity. Students should have received an e-mail with instructions on accessing the new version. Alumni should call or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their year of graduation and email address to receive a password. For instructions on how to use the system click here. Follow this Symplicity link for the login page.
Careers In Environmental Law
Wednesday, April 26, 2006, 3 p.m., Room 370
A distinguished panel of attorneys who practice environmental law will talk to you about their experiences, give job search advice and answer questions.
This event is highly informative, and a great way to learn more about this exciting area of law.
Refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by the Career Services Office and Environmental Law Society.
check the new job
posting system ("Symplicity")
on a regular basis. Check out Symplicity's general instructions for more information.
Cook County Bar Association Minority Job Fair
Registration is open for the Cook County Bar Association Minority Job Fair, Chicago, IL, scheduled for August 11, 2006. Recognizing the need in the legal community for job search assistance for minority law students, the Cook County Bar Association established the Minority Job Fair twenty-two years ago in Chicago, Illinois. The Job Fair typically attracts over 600 students and more than 100 law firms, corporations, and governmental agencies. More information on the job fair, as well as information on how to register is available at http://www.ccbaminorityjobfair.com, click on the “students” link. Registration deadline is Friday, April 28 at 12 noon.
If you have questions about the program, please contact Michelle Vodenik, in the Career Services Office.
Fellowship & Scholarship Information
Katten Muchin Rosenman Minority Scholarships
Minority students who have completed their first year of law school are eligible to apply for the Katten Muchin Rosenman Minority Scholarships. Two $15,000 scholarships will be awarded to students of color participating in our 2007 Summer Associate Program in Chicago. Candidates must meet the qualifications expected of Summer Associates and successfully complete the Chicago office’s Fall 2006 interview process. The recipients will be selected based on several criteria, including superior academic achievement, leadership experience and personal qualities that reflect the potential for outstanding contributions to Katten Muchin Rosenman and the legal profession.
Please complete and mail the attached application by August 31, 2006. Click here to download application.
All inquiries relating to the Katten Muchin Rosenman Minority Scholarships should be directed to:
Elaine F. Miller
Attorney Recruiting and Development Manager
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
525 West Monroe Street
Chicago, Illinois 60661-3693
PSLawNet Fellowship Corner
Interested in pursuing a fellowship
upon graduation? Then be sure to check out PSLawNet's
new "Fellowship Corner" which includes
the full text of Yale's Fellowship Application
Tips for 2002-2003, along with the expanded
Appendix listing print and online fellowship
resources. The site also contains a Fellowship
Calendar with a chronological listing of application
deadlines--a big help for potential applicants
in planning and preparing their materials. Students
can access the Fellowship Corner at the top
of the left sidebar menu on the PSLawNet
This section is for highlighting new resources
or existing sources that have been updated,
or as a reminder of existing resources that
are especially useful at certain times during
the year. To view the list of available resources go to http://www.kentlaw.edu/depts/cso/book-inv.pdf
Law Department Compensation Benchmarking Survey
Hoovers: World Business
Hoovers: Private Companies
Hoovers: American Business
Introducing the NAWL Career Center
The National Association of Women Lawyers introduces its new, interactive, online job board, the NAWL Career Center—your resource for making online employment connections with women in the legal profession. The NAWL Career Center offers employers targeted access to quality women professionals, along with quick and easy job posting and online job activity reports. Job seeking professionals can make sure their resumes are being seen by those in the industry who matter most to them. The NAWL Career Center offers job seekers free and confidential resume posting, automated weekly email notification of new job listings, and the ability to save jobs for later review. To find a job or fill a position, visit the NAWL Career Center (http://careers.nawl.org/) today. Visit www.nawl.org to learn more about NAWL and its news.
Chicago Area Law Firm List
Area Law Firm List
of firms with four or more attorneys
is available on-line in a password
protected searchable database.
Use this resource to
identify local law firms that
practice in the area(s) and then create a mail merge by using the spreadsheet tool. Although
every attempt is made at keeping
the database current, information
may become out of date due to
firm mergers, contact people
leaving their firms, etc. Therefore,
it's suggested that all information
be double-checked prior to sending
out any cover letters and resumes.
If you should learn of any changes,
please notify our office via
e-mail so we can update the
database accordingly. Please
for the password to access the
We receive job bulletins from the federal
government and other law schools for opportunities in
Illinois as well as other states. They are only available
in hard copy in the Career Services Office.
Spring Semester Office Hours
The Career Services Office regular hours are
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Evening appointments
with career counselors are available by appointment only on Wednesdays, from 5 - 6:30 p.m. Please call the office
at (312) 906-5200 to arrange a time or email, stating the
times that you are available, to email@example.com.
Please let us know how we can assist you--whether it is
a current transition, preparing for graduation, or just
a "quick question." Individual appointments, programming,
and a wealth of resources are all available through our
office. Please read the Record weekly and frequent the bulletin
board outside our office for information on upcoming programs,
employment opportunities, and articles of interest.