Alternatives to OCI series: "Small and Midsized Firms"
Tuesday, September 19th at Noon in room C40
Small (2-10 attorneys) and mid-sized (11-60 attorneys) law firms offer a diverse range of practice areas and employ the largest percentage of law school graduates. They are also a significant source of law clerking positions. Come learn what they look for in applicants, what are average salaries, how you can identify and research this vast array of employers, and what is involved in a typical interviewing process. One of the speakers will be Terence Smith (Class of ’00). Mr. Smith is currently an attorney with Connelly Sheehan Harris, which is a firm of 14 attorneys that represents management exclusively in all types of labor and employment law matters.
Lunch will be served!
Trial ad competition opportunity
The ABA Labor and Employment Law Division is sponsoring a trial ad competition in Chicago the weekend before Thanksgiving. Professor Laurie Leader is one of the co-chairs of the competition. Professor Leader would like to have two teams represent Chicago-Kent. If you are interested, please e-mail email@example.com
Opening on 2006-07 LELS Board
We still have an opening on the officers board for an Event Coordinator:
If you are interested in the Event Coordinator position, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a brief statement of your interest in the position that can be added to the LELS Web site.