European Commission Launches New Guide to Studying in Europe
Study-in-europe.org is a new resource for students interested in studying at any one of the 4,000 higher education institutions in Europe. The website features comprehensive information on universities and available programs in 32 European countries, including Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses, which are innovative cross-border graduate programs offered by consortiums of universities located in at least three different European countries. Study-in-Europe.org also offers an overview of the European higher education system, a guide to applying to European universities, and information about living in Europe.
Please visit us online: www.study-in-europe.org.
Check out the OILP Spring newsletter!
You can find the Spring newsletter here and read up on the activities of Chicago-Kent faculty and students teaching and learning abroad, as well as the experiences of international LL.M. students and visiting scholars living in Chicago!
Email information for graduates
As a Chicago-Kent graduate, the Office of Alumni Relations is pleased to offer you the option of setting up an alumni.kentlaw.edu email address through our e-mail forwarding service. This service is available through the Chicago-Kent Alumni Online Community and allows you to choose a firstname.lastname@example.org address that will be forwarded to your specified personal email account (e.g. Gmail, Yahoo, or work e-mail, etc).
This system allows you to utilize a simple e-mail address to give to family and friends, and your username can be your current username or you can create a new one.
In order to access email forwarding, all you have to do is sign up for the Chicago-Kent Alumni Online Community. Accounts for May 2008 graduates will be available in mid-July. Your current Chicago-Kent email and network accounts will be terminated on Monday, August 4.
“International” Clerkship Opportunity for JD students
From The American Lawyer: "For the hyperambitious, the only federal court clerkships worth striving for are in the chambers of elite judges, acting as way stations on the road to a clerkship on the U.S. Supreme Court. Some choose a different path to clerkship paradise, however, one that leads through courts in the South Pacific. These former U.N. trust territories have legal systems similar to those of the United States. And many invite American law graduates to spend a year or two working in their courts as clerks and counsel" For more information, please click here.