CSO Information & Announcements
- CSO Program Videos Now Available Online!
Fall On-Campus Interviewing Program
- Don't Forget to Report Callbacks and Offers!
- January 21: Chicago Committee on Minorities in Large Law Firms Program on Different Paths to Get to a Large Law Firm
- Panel Discussion with Past Recipients of the Association of Corporate Counsel Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program
- January 27: Preparing for MPILCC (Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference)
- January 28: Careers in Law Networking Night
- Practice Tracks Program on January 29
- January 30-31: Husch Blackwell Sanders Annual Symposium for Clerkship & Career Development
- Online Registration for the Rebellious Lawyering Conference Is Now Open
- January 30: Application Deadline for Association of Corporate Counsel Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program
- Political and Civil Service Appointments in the Obama Administration
- VABAW Law Student Clerkship Program in Vietnam
- Department of Justice Volunteer Legal Internship Opportunities for Spring and Summer 2009
- Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Summer Internships
Fellowships & Scholarships
- January 23: Deadline for 2009 Shedd Aquarium Georges Fellowship for Conservation
- Finnegan Diversity Scholarship
- FCBA Foundation is Accepting Applications for Funding of Unpaid Legal Internships at Government Agencies
- The Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program: 2009 Summer Fellowships; 2009-2010 School Year Fellowships
- ABA Section of Antitrust Law Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project, Summer 2009
- 2009 Dorsey & Whitney Diversity Fellowship
- 2009 McAndrews Diversity in Patent Law Fellowship
- February 7: Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC)
- NALP Summer Apartment Exchange
- Career Advisor Network
- International Career Employment Weekly Online
- PSLawNet Fellowship Corner
- 2008-09 Government Honors & Internship Handbook
CSO Information & Announcements
CSO Program Videos Now Available Online!
The Career Services Office is pleased to announce that videos of our programming are now available to be viewed online. Most of our programming will be available on our website within 1-2 days of the original program date and will remain available for viewing for 2-3 weeks, due to limited server space. Program videotapes will still be available in our office. A password is required to view these programs. Please call our office at 312-906-5200 or email email@example.com for the username and password. To watch videos of our programming, go to the CSO's web page, click on the right hand navigation bar "For Students" and select "Watch Program Videos." Or, click here to be taken directly to the page.
Don't Forget to Report Callbacks and Offers!
If you receive callbacks/offers during the fall interview season, please report this to our office by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org every couple weeks or so. Please include from what source you obtained the interview/offer (OCI, resume collect, CCBA job fair, Loyola Patent Fair, etc.). We keep track of these in order to determine how students are doing and where our students end up working during the summer/after graduation. Also, if you have any concerns about how your interviews are progressing or questions about the interview process, please make an appointment to talk with a career counselor.
January 21: Chicago Committee on Minorities in Large Law Firms Program on Different Paths to Get to a Large Law Firm
This month the Chicago Committee will be sponsoring a program called "Different Paths to Get to a Large Law Firm." The program will take place on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, and will be hosted by Mayer Brown LLP.
It will be a great opportunity for law students to receive practical advice and information on the many different paths to a job in a large law firm. There will be a panel presentation followed by a question and answer session. Panelists will share their experiences beginning in government, public interest and small law firms, and their subsequent transition to large law firms.
Additional details for the program are below. Space is limited. The deadline to RSVP is Monday, January 19, 2009. Please RSVP by going online to www.chicagocommittee.org or by clicking on the link below.
Different Paths to Get to a Large Law Firm
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Hosted by Mayer Brown LLP
71 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Panel Discussion with Past Recipients of the Association of Corporate Counsel Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program
A panel of students who have participated in the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program will discuss the application and interview process and what the internship experience is like. This program is being held on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at 3pm in Room 370 .
The ACC internship program places top minority law students in internships in corporate legal departments in the Chicagoland area. Examples of corporations that have participated in this program in the past are: Accenture, Alliant Credit Union, Career Education, Empire, Illinois Tool Works, McDonald's Corporation, Navistar, Square D, Kraft, Verizon Wireless and Walgreens. The deadline to apply is January 30, 2009. For more information on the internship program and for an application please see www.acc.com.
January 27: Preparing for MPILCC (Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference)
Preparing for the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC), program on Tuesday, January 27, 12 noon in Room TBA. A panel of students who have had public interest or government jobs will discuss how they got their positions and how to make the most of the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC), coming up at Northwestern University School of Law on Saturday February 7, 2009. For more information on MPILCC visit www.mpilcc.org.
Please note that you do not have to be pre-registered for MPILCC to attend MPILCC, any student can attend the conference and participate in “table talk” with the employers who are present and try to seek an interview on the morning of the conference. It is recommended that you come to this program if you plan to attend and have never been before! In addition, students who plan to attend MPILCC can sign up for a mock interview with an interview consultant during this program.
January 28: Careers in Law Networking Night
The Northwestern Athletic Department would like to invite you to the next Infinity Networking Night focused on Careers in Law. The event will take place in Welsh-Ryan Arena before the Northwestern vs. Indiana men's basketball game on Wednesday, January 28. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30pm, the event begins at 6:30pm. Meet leaders, colleagues and friends and learn about job openings or career development opportunities. Representatives from Winston & Strawn, Jenner & Block, Kirkland & Ellis, Gold & Coulson, the Illinois Judge's Association and the State's Attorney's Office are expected to be in attendance. (Subject to change).
For $35 participants can arrive an hour before tip-off for speed networking and heavy appetizers. The introductions and mingling will continue into the game as all participants will receive a seat in the Infiniti networking section.
Participants must purchase their tickets online at NUsports.com and use the promotional code INTLN by January 26. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Practice Tracks Program on January 29
Attorneys representing approximately 50 practice areas will be at the Chicago Bar Association, 321 S. Plymouth Court (next to the John Marshall law school) on Thursday, January 29, 2009 from 5:00 to 6:30 pm to talk informally with students about careers in a variety of practice areas. It's your chance to find out how job seekers are faring in a particular segment of the market, what it's like to practice in a specific practice area, which credentials are helpful in finding employment in the area, what skills you should emphasize in applying, and more! 1Ls strongly encouraged to attend.
Note: The participating attorneys are volunteering their time and their participation in the program does not indicate job openings at represented organizations. However, this program has proven to be an extremely effective means of networking and obtaining helpful information about prospective employers in a variety of different settings and practice areas.
January 30-31: Husch Blackwell Sanders Annual Symposium for Clerkship & Career Development
Husch Blackwell Sanders will hold its Annual Symposium for Clerkship and Career Development on Friday, January 30 and Saturday, January 31, 2009, in its Kansas City, Missouri office. This two-day symposium for first-year law students provides an inside look at the recruiting process and summer associate programs and focuses on practical aspects of career development. The featured guest speaker this year will be attorney and author Marci Alboher. The symposium is designed to provide insight into the summer associate experience and is not a substitute for the traditional job search. This will not be a recruiting session for Husch Blackwell Sanders. The deadline to apply is January 9, 2009. More information is also available at www.huschblackwell.com/
Online Registration for the Rebellious Lawyering Conference Is Now Open
The RebLaw Conference is an annual, student-run conference that brings together practitioners, law students, and community advocates from around the country to discuss innovative, progressive approaches to law and social change.
Where: Yale Law School, New Haven, CT.
When: Friday, February 20–Sunday, February 22, 2009
Cost: Standard registration is $30.
(Registration is free for members of the Yale, UConn, New Haven, and Quinnipiac communities)
Go to www.law.yale.edu/reblaw to register and to read about the conference schedule, information, and links, including the Reblawg, which is updated frequently.
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January 30: Application Deadline for Association of Corporate Counsel Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is currently accepting applications for its Minority Law Student Summer Internship Program. This program places top minority law students in internships in corporate legal departments in the Chicagoland area. Interns will be paid a $6,000 stipend.
Selected students will work in the legal department of a participating corporation for a minimum of ten (10) weeks during the summer. Examples of corporations that have participated in this program in the past are: Accenture, Alliant Credit Union, Career Education, Empire, Illinois Tool Works, McDonald's Corporation, Navistar, Square D, Kraft, Verizon Wireless and Walgreens.
ACC is looking for students from diverse backgrounds and from racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession. Students must have finished their first year of law school. Please note that students who have finished their second year of law school will not be considered.
The deadline to apply is January 30, 2009. A committee will review applications and recommend finalists who will be invited to interview with the committee. Finalist interviews will be conducted in March. For more details and an application, please see the internship link at www.acc.com.
Political and Civil Service Appointments in the Obama Administration
Please see http://www.change.gov/page/s/application, which provides prospective applicants with information to help them apply for positions in the Obama-Biden Administration. President-Elect Obama will make appointments throughout the federal government. Some positions will require Senate confirmation while others will not. Some appointments will be made during the transition process and others during the early part of the new Administration.
Applicants for any of these non-career positions - whether in the White House or in any Federal Department, Agency or Commission - should use this website, as applying on-line is the fastest and most accurate way to get your information to us. (If you are interested instead in a career, civil service position with the federal government, you should proceed to the Office of Personnel Management website at http://www.usajobs.gov.)
If you apply for a position now, you will not need to apply again after January 20th. Applications submitted now to the Obama-Biden Transition Project will be retained and considered by the Office of Presidential Personnel after President-Elect Obama takes office.
- Please complete and submit the on-line Expression of Interest Form.
- Within a few days, you will receive an email with a link to a more complete on-line application.
- Upon submitting your full on-line application you will receive an e-mail acknowledgment.
- If and when you are considered for a specific position, you will be asked to fill out additional forms, including financial disclosures, and be subject to other reviews which may include FBI background checks.
VABAW Law Student Clerkship Program in Vietnam
The Vietnamese American Bar Association of Washington (VABAW) is accepting applications for its national law student clerkship program. VABAW’s Hong Duc Clerkship provides a law student with the opportunity to clerk at an international law firm in Vietnam for summer 2009. The Clerkship Recipient has the unique opportunity to learn about the local cultures and customs firsthand while living in Vietnam and to learn about international and comparative law by working at a major law firm. The Clerkship will award up to a total of $5,000, with approximately $2,000 applied to a round-trip airfare ticket to Vietnam and a maximum of $1,000 for each month of the Clerkship paid directly to the Clerkship Recipient for living expenses. The Clerkship Recipient is matched with one of the following participating law firms: Baker & McKenzie; Duane Morris LLP; Fraser Law Company; Lovells; Mayer Brown JSM; Tilleke & Gibbins; and VILAF-Hong Duc.
The participating law firm will provide the Clerkship recipient with meaningful legal work, including but not limited to conducting legal research, preparing legal documents, and other related legal work. The Clerkship program was not created to provide long-term, post-law-school graduation employment for the Clerkship Recipient. However, the participating law firm has discretion to review such option and extend such employment to the Clerkship Recipient directly. Because VABAW fully funds the Clerkship, the law firm is prohibited from paying the Clerkship Recipient any additional stipend for summer 2009 (excluding complimentary social meals, law firm summer retreat activities, etc.). The Clerkship Recipient is also not allowed to split his/her summer.
Applicants will be evaluated by VABAW based upon the following criteria: (1) overall academic background; (2) community service involvement; (3) professional interests; (4) communication skills; (5) personal statement; (6) references; (7) writing abilities; (8) resume; (9) connection to Washington state; (10) connection to or interest in the Vietnamese American community; and (11) interview (for out of state applicants, VABAW will arrange for a telephonic or video interview). All application materials must be received by February 2, 2009, by 5 pm (PST). Application materials may be submitted in one of two ways:
1) By hard copy (postal or express mail only; no personal deliveries will be accepted) to Thuy Nguyen-Leeper, 1015 Third Avenue, Floor 12, Seattle, WA 98104; or
2) By legible pdf copy via email to Thuy.NguyenLeeper@expeditors.com
For more information and for an application, please go to www.vabaw.com/foundation.aspx or contact Thuy Nguyen-Leeper, VABAW Hong Duc Clerkship Committee Chair, at Thuy.NguyenLeeper@expeditors.com.
Department of Justice Volunteer Legal Internship Opportunities for Spring and Summer 2009
The Department of Justice offers approximately 1,800 volunteer internships each year. Approximately 1000 are available during the summer; with the remaining 800 offered during the academic year.
First-year (second-semester), second-year and third-year law students are eligible to apply at any time. First-year, first-semester law students may apply after December 1 for internships the following summer. The Department follows the National Association of Law Placement guidelines that prohibit employer contact with first-year (first-semester) students regarding summer employment prior to that date. Law students may work in volunteer positions only while attending law school. Law school graduation terminates eligibility, except for graduate law students enrolled at least half time and who are not practicing law. Part-time and joint-degree law students may apply provided they meet eligibility requirements.
How to Apply:
The Department publishes detailed information about volunteer opportunities and announces upcoming vacancies for specific offices in late summer (for internships during the academic year) and in December (for summer internships). Each participating office conducts its internship program independently and has its own internal deadlines. Students should apply separately to each office in which they have an interest. Offices typically request a resume and a law school transcript. Application requirements vary and are outlined in the "Qualifications" section of each announcement. Some organizations request a writing sample, a cover letter listing times and dates of availability, and references. For more information, visit OARM's website at http://www.usdoj.gov/oarm/arm/int/legalinternjq.htm.
Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Summer Internships
Each year, PILI offers over 40 public interest law internships that provide excellent legal training and experience for first or second year law students. Interns work at one of PILI's affiliated public interest law agencies in Chicago. PILI raises the money to fund the internships and then issues grants to its eligible host agencies. The agencies, in turn, pay their Interns directly. PILI ensures quality supervision by experienced lawyers at its agencies, and provides a lunch-time educational seminar program. The Internship program encourages law students to work at --and learn about-- legal institutions that serve the public interest, and engenders a life-long commitment to public interest law and pro bono work.
PILI sponsors a Summer Internship Program for first and second year law students. The Summer Internship program is open to law students from across the country. Each summer, PILI funds dozens of internships at public interest law agencies in the Chicago metropolitan area. Agencies hosting Summer Interns receive $5,000 to pay an Intern for 10 full-time weeks of work.
2Ls may apply starting October 15th, 1Ls may apply beginning December 1st. For more information on how to apply, visit http://pili-law.org/HowtoApplyforInternships.htm.
Fellowships & Scholarships
January 23: Deadline for 2009 Shedd Aquarium Georges Fellowship for Conservation
Shedd Aquarium, through a grant from the Georges Foundation, is pleased to offer the Georges Fellowship for Conservation, a summer internship opportunity, to a qualified 1L
candidate selected through a competitive application process.
The Georges Fellowship includes:
• An eight-week summer internship with Shedd’s Conservation Department focusing on environmental policy research
• Mentoring by a practicing environmental law attorney
• A $5,000 stipend
For an application please stop by the CSO for handout #42.
Finnegan Diversity Scholarship
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP is currently seeking applicants for its diversity scholarship, which will provide financial support to qualified minority law students who have demonstrated a commitment to pursuing a career in Intellectual Property law. The scholarship award of $15,000 may be applied to costs associated with normal tuition; usual fees (such as, but not limited to, student activity fees; law school or university fees, and administrative fees); and a patent bar review course.
The scholarship recipient will also accept an offer to join the firm as a summer associate in one of its domestic offices (Atlanta, Cambridge, Palo Alto, Reston or Washington). Students currently completing their first year full-time (or second year part-time) are invited to apply. The award will be applied to education costs the following academic year, and may be renewed for one additional year if the scholar accepts an associate offer upon successful completion of the Finnegan summer associate program and maintains a grade point average of 3.0 or better in law school.
Additional information about the scholarship and application form are posted at www.finnegan.com. The deadline for applications is February 27, 2009.
FCBA Foundation is Accepting Applications for Funding of Unpaid Legal Internships at Government Agencies
The Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) will award stipends to law students from its Chairman Robert E. Lee Scholarship and Internship Fund. In 2009, the Foundation will award at least five $5,000 stipends to law students employed as unpaid summer interns in positions with the FCC and other government agencies or entities with a connection to the communications industry (i.e., broadcasting, cable television, telephony, satellite, wireless, and information technology).
In addition, the Foundation will select one outstanding intern among those chosen to receive an additional stipend of $600 for the summer—the “Max Paglin Award.” Mr. Paglin was the former General Counsel and Executive Director of the FCC, and the founder of the Golden Jubilee Commission on Telecommunications, which compiled a definitive legislative history of the Communications Act.
Applicants will be selected on the basis of: (1) a demonstrated interest in the communications field, (2) having secured or having pending, an unpaid summer position (internship) for at least 8 weeks in communications with a government agency, (3) dependence on financial assistance in order to accept the unpaid internship in a government agency or entity involved in communications; and, (4) community activities. To the extent a recipient receives unanticipated funding for the unpaid internship, the FCBA Foundation’s general policy is to reduce its scholarship awards by any amount that a recipient’s total funding (including all sources) for the internship would otherwise exceed $7,000.
Applications for a Lee Fund scholarship should be submitted to Kerry Loughney, FCBA Foundation, 1020 19th Street, N.W., Suite 325, Washington, D.C. 20036, by Friday, March 6, 2009. Applicants may be asked to interview with members of the Foundation Board; interviews may be conducted by telephone. Winners will be notified by Friday, April 17, 2009. For an application please go to www.fcba.org.
The Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program: 2009 Summer Fellowships; 2009-2010 School Year Fellowships
The Peggy Browning Fund is a nonprofit corporation established in memory of Margaret A. Browning, a prominent labor attorney and member of the National Labor Relations Board. President Clinton appointed Peggy to the NLRB in 1994, and she served in that position until her death in February, 1997.
The Fund's mission is to provide law students with diverse, challenging work and educational experiences in the area of workers' rights. Such unique and positive opportunities will both increase students's understanding of workers' needs as well as promote their entry into the practice of public interest labor law. To that end, the Fund will sponsor more than 40 funded positions in labor-related organizations throughout the United States.
Additional fellowships will be added in early December. There is also one full school-year position available in Chicago for the 2009-2010 school year. For more information and to apply, visit the Fund's website.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project, Summer 2009
The Section of Antitrust Law sponsors a summer fellowship program, named the Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project, honoring the memory of the late Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. Each of the 20 selected students will serve for a minimum of eight weeks in the consumer protection department of one of the participating State Attorneys Genera during the summer of 2009: Anchorage, Alaska; Little Rock, Arkansas; Denver, Colorado; Wilmington, Delaware; Atlanta, Georgia; Topeka, Kansas; Baltimore, Maryland; Jackson, Mississippi; Concord, New Hampshire; Newark, New Jersey; Albuquerque, New Mexico; New York, New York; Columbus, Ohio; Salem, Oregon; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Austin, Texas; Montpelier, Vermont; Seattle, Washington; Charleston, West Virginia; Madison, Wisconsin.
Each selected student will receive a $5,000 stipend for the summer (administered through the offices of the state attorneys general). The program also offers a supplemental housing/travel allowance of up to $2,000 for those students who are not living at home for the summer (administered through the American Bar Association). The deadline for students to submit an application is Friday, January 30, 2009. Students must submit: (1) the application form; (2) resume; (3) writing sample; and (4) statement of interest. The application form is available at www.abanet.org/antitrust.
2009 Dorsey & Whitney Diversity Fellowship
The Dorsey & Whitney fellowship program is available in the Denver, Minneapolis, and Seattle offices and underscores their commitment to foster diversity within the firm and the legal community. Dorsey will select three fellowship recipients (one each for our Denver, Minneapolis, and Seattle offices) who will each be 2009 summer associates in the relevant office and will each receive $10,000 to be applied to law school tuition and expenses during the 2009-2010 school year. We encourage all first-year students of diverse backgrounds to apply.
Dorsey believes that diversity can be defined in various of ways. Accordingly, students are asked to submit a personal statement to address the ways in which you have promoted and will continue to promote diversity in the legal community, what diversity means to you, and why you are interested in Dorsey. Successful applicants will have demonstrated records of academic achievement and be committed to promoting diversity in the legal community. Click here for the application form. Applications will be accepted between December 1, 2008 and January 22, 2009, and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Recipients will be selected by February 27, 2009.
2009 McAndrews Diversity in Patent Law Fellowship
Each year, McAndrews offers a $5,000 fellowship and a paid summer clerkship to a qualified first-year law student at an ABA-accredited law school who has a diverse background, possesses a degree in science or engineering, and is committed to pursuing a career in patent law in Chicago. Applications for the 2009 fellowship will be accepted from Dec. 1, 2008, through Jan. 15, 2009. As a summer associate, the Diversity Fellow will gain experience in a wide range of intellectual property law and will be eligible to receive an offer to return for a second summer. To facilitate the Diversity Fellow’s professional growth and learning, a member of the McAndrews Diversity Committee will serve as a mentor and resource. For more information or to download an application, visit their website.
February 7 : Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC)
MPILCC, the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference, is an opportunity to meet and interview with Chicago and Midwest-area public interest organizations. The annual conference is coordinated by a coalition of Chicago area law school career service offices, of which Chicago-Kent is a part. Last year, over 100 students from Chicago-Kent participated, as well as 40 government and public interest agencies.
This year’s conference will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009 at Northwestern’s Law School Campus (located in downtown Chicago). The conference offers students the opportunity to interview for summer law clerk positions and entry-level attorney positions. Most of the summer positions are unpaid or invite outside funding. In addition, you can meet with representatives from public interest and government organizations during “table talk.” Table talk is a good way to become familiar with a wide variety of public interest and government employers. You can pass out your resume, ask about internships, both in the summer and during the school year, and find out about post-graduation opportunities. Table talk is from 9am-12pm and is one of the most important periods of time during which students can make valuable connections.
If you do not receive any interviews, or you did not register in advance for the conference, you can still attend and meet many of the employers through table talk. You can also show up at the conference early and try to receive an interview on the day of the conference, because people who don’t check in at the conference on time, lose their interview slots, and their slots are filled by the people who arrive early. For those of you who receive interviews ahead of time, be sure to arrive on time or you will lose your interviews! Visit the MPILCC website at www.mpilcc.org for all conference details and attend the special workshop session on “Preparing for MPILCC” which is being held on Tuesday, January 27 at noon, Room TBA.
If you are interested in a public interest or government legal position in the Chicago area, you are encouraged to attend this conference. If you are interested in government or public interest opportunities outside of Chicago, you should consider attending the annual Equal Justice Works Conference in Washington DC, held every October. If you have question, contact Michelle Vodenik.
NALP Summer Apartment Exchange
If you are a student who is working out of town this summer and looking for housing options, please see www.nalpexchange.org. NALP is offering the opportunity to exchange housing information through an online Apartment Exchange. On this site you can search for housing as well as post a listing to sublet your place.
Career Advisor Network
In an effort to help you connect with a strong network of Chicago-Kent alumni, the Office of Alumni Relations and Office of Career Services are happy to announce a new Alumni Career Advisor Network.
Alumni from around the world are available to discuss issues such as practice trends, legal markets in specific geographic areas, and other career-related topics. This is an excellent opportunity to start building your personal network with Chicago-Kent alumni!
To search for an Alumni Career Advisor, all you have to do is log-in to the Chicago-Kent Alumni Online Community:
First Time Login Instructions:
- Go to www.alumni.kentlaw.edu/firstlogin
- In the Constituent ID field, enter your Banner CWID.
To find your Banner CWID login to http://my.iit.edu. Once you are logged, on the right side of your screen you should see a box called IIT Personal ID numbers. The Banner CWID is the number beginning with “A.”
- In the Class Year Field:
- If you are an LLM student, enter LLM
- If you are a Visiting student, enter LV
- If you are a JD student your Class Year will be three characters. The first letter for all class years will be L. The second letter is your division. The third is your year number.
Examples: A 2nd year night student’s class year is LN2. A 1st year day student’s class year is LD1.
During your first time login you will create a username and password. Afterwards, you may log in directly at www.alumni.kentlaw.edu/advisorsearch using the username and password you created.
If you need assistance with your first time login, please contact Celeste Addyman in the Office of Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her in Suite 360.
International Career Employment Weekly Online
International Career Employment Weekly's goal is to make it easy for international professionals to keep abreast of all current job opportunities in their field. They collect information on current international job openings with governments, government contractors, United Nations agencies and other intergovernmental organizations, private voluntary organizations working overseas, corporations involved in international trade and finance, engineering firms, associations, foundations, student exchange organizations, universities, and state governments and present that information to job seekers in a clear and concise format.
The Career Services Office subscribes to this resource in an online format. Contact email@example.com for the username and password.
PSLawNet is a premier resource for career-related information in legal and law-related public interest work. Students and alumni from over 170 law schools search our site every day to find internships, fellowships, pro bono opportunities, and jobs in public service. Chicago-Kent College of Law is a member school, therefore you have unlimited access to search the database for FREE. The PSLawNet website is filled with useful resources for public interest-minded law students and graduates, as well as those who may simply be exploring their options. Students can access PSLawNet here: PSLawNet home page. On the home page, click on "sign-up now" to create an account using your email address and your own password. List Chicago-Kent College of Law as your school.
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. Visit the Fellowship Corner at: http://pslawnet.org/postgraduatefellowships
2008-09 Government Honors & Internship Handbook
The 2008-09 Government Honors & Internship Handbook is now available. It may be accessed online or there is a printed copy available in our office. Please contact our office for the password for the online edition.