Posted: December 16th, 2009
Looking for opportunities to get involved in the ABA Law Student Division? Below is a letter from the current chair of the Division describing the leadership opportunities available and promoting the benefits of involvement. Visit www.abanet.org/lsd/elections/ for the eligibility requirements, nomination/application forms, and delivery instructions. Continue reading »
Posted: November 4th, 2009
Lexis is offering a webinar on Monday, November 9 from 3-4:00 pm entitled “Getting the Job: Using LexisNexis to Secure Employment”. You will learn how to use the professional networking, job finding and interview preparation resources available to you through LexisNexis® and Martindale-Hubbell. Register online.
Posted: October 15th, 2009
The Environmental Protection Agency’s New England office is seeking motivated law school students with strong academic credentials for legal intern positions. Only currently enrolled law school students are eligible to apply for the program. We are particularly interested in students planning careers in the public sector or seeking experience in environmental law. Legal interns will have the opportunity to work on a challenging range of issues involving environmental protection and public policy throughout New England. Summer internships are, at a minimum, ten week full-time positions. There is a summer program that includes weekly meetings introducing the legal interns to a broad range of regional activities, field trips, and brown bag lunches with senior managers. Funding may be available for some positions. Students with outside sources of funding (i.e., scholarship, fellowship, or grant funds) or who may receive college credit are encouraged to apply.
The deadline for the submittal of applications for full-time internships for Summer 2010 is February 5, 2010. However, we encourage you to submit your application for the Summer 2010 program as early as possible. Some offers may be made as early as November, 2009. More information is available available online.
Posted: October 15th, 2009
The SEC recently opened the application process for 2L applicants to its 2010 summer internship program. These internships give law students the unique opportunity of joining the SEC on the front lines of a rapidly-changing financial regulatory system. Interested students can learn more about available opportunities online. Students have the opportunity to work for ten weeks during the summer at the Commission’s Washington, DC headquarters or in one of its 11 regional offices nationwide including: New York, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco. The application for 2L students is now open. The application for 1L students will open in December.
The SEC is charged with the important mission of protecting investors; maintaining fair, orderly and efficient markets; and facilitating capital formation, a mission made that much more important in light of market developments over the past year. For specific information about the SEC (who they are and what they do), visit their website .
Posted: October 9th, 2009
Were you inspired by the guest speaker at the program on US Attorney’s Offices, co-sponsored by the Criminal Law Roundtable and the Office of Career Services on Monday, September 28? Students interested in applying with the US Attorney’s office in Charlotte should send a hard copy of their resume, cover letter, transcript (if available) and a brief writing sample. The application deadline for 2Ls is December 1st and February 1st for 1Ls. (1Ls may begin applying after Dec. 1). Applications should be send via US Mail to:
Gang Coordinator & OCDETF
Assistant United States Attorney
227 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Posted: September 30th, 2009
The purpose of the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is to attract to the Federal service outstanding men and women from a variety of academic disciplines and career paths who have a clear interest in, and commitment to, excellence in the leadership and management of public policies and programs. Application to the PMF Class of 2010 will open October 1-15, 2009, via a vacancy announcement on www.USAJOBS.gov and as a link under the “How to Apply\PMF Application” section of the PMF website . (If you plan to apply for this program, please notify Dean Ron Wright.)
Eligible students are encouraged to create an account on www.USAJOBS.gov to build their online resume. During the application process, applicants will be required to link their USAJOBS online resume to their application. Additional information can be found under the “How to Apply\Program and Application Overview” and “How to Apply\Frequently Asked Questions” sections of this website.
Posted: September 29th, 2009
The 25th U.S. ambassador to the United Nations will present “President Obama’s New International Order” on behalf of the Wake Forest Federalist Society on Friday, October 2, 2009 at 12:00 noon in the Courtroom. Bolton, who is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, gained a reputation for his outspoken views on reform in the United Nations and his opposition to U.S. membership in the International Criminal Court. This event is open to the Wake Forest Community only.
To attend, please RSVP in Symplicity so that we can adequately prepare for the event. Registration is limited to 200 people – first come, first serve.
Posted: September 22nd, 2009
Constangy, Brooks & Smith is now accepting applications for their 2010 Diversity Scholars Awards. The $3,000 scholarships will be granted to deserving second-year law students at an accredited law school in each of 3 regions. The regions are as follows: (1) Southern (Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee); (2) Mid-West/West Coast (Texas, California, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin); and, (3) Eastern (North Carolina, Virginia/Washington, D.C., South Carolina and Massachusetts). Constangy initiated this award program in order to recognize the achievements of law students who have demonstrated academic achievement, a commitment to diversity in their community, school or work environment, and personal achievements in overcoming challenges to reach goals. For more information and an application form, visit their website. Completed applications must be received by November 16, 2009.
Posted: September 14th, 2009
The deadline to apply to employers participating in the EJW Career Fair has been extended to Monday, Sept. 14 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Some positions still reflected the original deadline this morning, but has since been fixed. Please remember that the deadline for uploading all resumes and accompanying materials is 11:59 pm EDT today. Technical assistance will only be available until 5:00 pm EDT today. Visit the EJW website for more information and links to register for the Career Fair & Conference.
Posted: September 10th, 2009
We have just learned that the FBI will not hire new entrants into its Summer 2010 Honors & Summer 2010 Volunteer Internship Programs (although they are re-hiring 2009′s program participants). Instead, the office will concentrate its efforts on hiring 400+ professional staff entry-level positions and also new Special Agents. They hope to have the professional staff positions posted by late September. Watch www.fbijobs.gov for the most up-to-date information.