A2J Author Student Editorial Board
Opportunities available with A2J Author Student Editorial Board
The board is in need of students to volunteer, earn work-study money, or obtain independent study credit for creating interviews used by pro se litigants nationwide to assemble court documents. The board is run by Chicago-Kent students who gain legal research and writing skills along with substantive knowledge and a completed work product during the interview-crafting process. Students can choose from a variety of incentives in addition to gaining practical experience while devoting at least eight hours per month to the board (that's 16 minutes per day).
For more information, please visit www.kentlaw.edu/cajt/a2j-seb/Welcome.html or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evening Law Student Society
Legal Careers in Non-Firm Settings
(Co-sponsors: Evening Law Student Society and the Career Services Office)
Are you interested in expanding your job search beyond the traditional firm setting? Are you interested in using your J.D. in the legal arena but hoping not to work in a traditional law firm setting? Are you wondering what those other settings are and what lawyers who work in them do? Don't miss the upcoming career panel "Legal Careers in Non-Firm Settings," hosted by the Evening Law Student Society. Panelists will include Randy Randall, senior compliance officer at investment firm William Blair & Co.; Adam Braun, legal counsel--Office of the Illinois State Governor; and Paul Geiger, counsel to the Fraternal Order of Police. All interested students are welcome. Food will be served.
Date: Wednesday, October 7
Time: 5 p.m.
Place: Room C50