LEADS Fellowship Program Overview
Franczek Radelet’s Legal Education for the Advancement of Diversity and Scholarship (LEADS) Fellowship program is an exciting and creative diversity pipeline initiative. The LEADS eight-week summer program is designed for diverse first and second year law students with an interest in pursuing a legal career in private practice representing employers in labor [...]
LEADS Fellowship Program Overview
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“Some 288,000 new jobs were added last month, but the labor markets in some U.S. cities have recovered from the recession better than others because of factors specific to their local economies. Ten cities in particular have captured a larger share of the total jobs added in the U.S., according to a new [...]
GOVERNMENT AGENCY CAREER EXPO
Thursday, August 28 | 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Chicago Bar Association, 2nd Floor – Corboy Room
Meet prospective employers from local, state and federal government agencies!
The Government Agency Career Expo allows local, state and federal agencies to meet with public-service minded students who are interested in government careers. Employers demonstrate their distinctive qualities and [...]
Check out this TED talk on how your body language and posture can shape the way others view you – and how to use your body language to help you excel in your next job interview!
Applications for the Public Interest Law Initiative’s fall semester internships are now being accepted! Those agencies that will host fall Interns are: Coordinated Advice Referral Program for Legal Services (CARPLS), Center for Disability & Elder Law, Chicago Legal Clinic, Inc, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, Equip for Equality, LAF Chicago, and the National Immigrant Justice Center. [...]
Join the Office of Career Services in welcoming Kalina M. Tulley, Assistant Chief at US Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, who will provide information about the Attorney General’s Honors Program including the application and selection process. Students planning to apply to the program (3L students seeking postgraduate employment) are encouraged to attend.
Please note that applications [...]
Chicago Volunteer Legal Services (CVLS) is looking for law school volunteers to assist them in their Access to Justice (A2J) intake program. A2J is a chancery division court-referral program. They handle foreclosures, administrative review, and insurance matters. The court enters a referral order giving CVLS one month to process the intake and inform the court [...]
We are pleased to announce the application process for the Loyola Public Interest Law Fellowship available to 2014 graduates. Loyola implemented this program two years ago to offer graduates who have shown a strong commitment to public interest work an opportunity to gain valuable experience, network with professionals in the public interest field, and apply for public [...]
1Ls: RSVP now! On Thursday, April 3, you are invited to participate in a speed networking event with Loyola alumni. The reception will be set up like a speed dating event – groups of 1Ls will move from table to table, speaking with alumni representing different practice areas at each station. Drinks and light hors [...]
Alums in Practice: John Liston, Class of 2012
Executive Director of International Non-Profit Organization
When: Tuesday, March 25th from 12-1 p.m.
Where: Corboy Law Center, Room 1102
Please join the Office of Career Services on Tuesday, March 25th for a lively conversation with 2012 Loyola Alum John Liston.
John is the Executive Director of an international non-profit organization – Serra [...]