December 2, 2011

Next Week in LCS - December 2, 2011

Good luck with your exams and papers! This is the final weekly newsletter until classes begin. We'll move to bi-weekly in the meantime. 

Don't forget to register for MPILCC - the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference - the area's largest and most diverse job fair and table talk conference in the area. You must register by December 7, 2011 and additional requirements can be found here.

Check out the new LCS Tutorials! From the shortcuts in Symplicity, you can access programs on using Symplicity, Professional Dress, and Technology in Your Job Search.  The LinkedIn Tutorial is now available, and its intructions are available just below the LinkedIn icon in the Symplicity shortcuts.

December 1, 2011

CBA Meetings for Next Week - Week of December 5, 2011

Meetings for the Week of December 5, 2011
This schedule was generated on December 1, 2011. View most recent list.

December 5

  • Federal Taxation, Practice & Procedure Division E (IL MCLE Credit): Michael Mudroncik, IRS, Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program.

December 6

  • Committee on Attorney Malpractice (IL PR Credit): Panel on selected ethical issues in settlement negotiations and agreements.

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Resources

Law Career Services subscribes to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin so feel free to stop by and read it to catch up on the latest Chicago legal news.  CDLB also publishes the Legal Employment Weekly, as a special supplement with job postings, job search advice and more! We'll try to tweet that every week but you can also subscribe to have it delivered every week to your email.

November 30, 2011

2Ls: National Labor Relations Board Summer Internship Update

If you applied for a Summer Internship with the National Labor Relations Board, Division of Enforcement Litigation, Appellate and Supreme Court Litigation Branch between 9/30/11 and 11/3/, your application may have been lost due to a computer malfunction.  The office would like to give you an opportunity to reapply.  If you wish to do so, please submit your application materials as soon as possible to Ms. Burdick (see Government Honors Handbook entry for more details; login/password located in the Symplicity Announcements) and include a note in your email that you believe your application was affected by the computer malfunction.