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All dayTexas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Accepting Applications

The Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights is accepting applications! The fall write-on deadline is Sunday, September 8, 2013 by midnight. 1Ls are welcome to apply!

Please contact Julie Crocker at for an application or with any questions.

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All dayTexas Journal of Women and the Law is Accepting Membership Applications

The Texas Journal of Women and the Law is now accepting membership applications for the 2013-2014 school year! Returning students and 1Ls are all welcome to apply.

Please contact Miki Alvarado at for an application or with any questions you may have about the journal.

Fall applications will be due on September 17, 2013.

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11:30am1:30pmBoard of Advocates Welcome Event
TNH 2.114 (Francis Auditorium)

Come listen to several prominent Alumni speak about their experiences with Mock Trial, Moot Court, and the Board of Advocates, and how these experiences prepared them for success as practicing attorneys.

Lunch provided.

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11:45am12:45pmIntroduction to Public Service Law
TNH 3.125 (Denius Classroom)

Are you interested in possibly pursuing a career in public service? Come learn about both short-term and long-term strategies for obtaining government and public interest jobs during the summer and/or after graduation. Lunch will be served.

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12:45pm1:15pmCSO Public Service Open House
Career Services Interview Suite (TNH 3.122)

The Career Services Office is hosting an Open House for students interested in public service. Stop by for popcorn and cookies and meet the CSO staff. Learn about the many resources available to those interested in government and public interest careers.

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4:00pm6:00pmYouth Court - Volunteer Training
TNH 2.140 (Wright Classroom)

Interested in volunteering with Youth Court? Attend this training!

UT law students instruct Webb Middle School students to run a school-based youth “court”. Students lead hearings where peers who have violated a school rule or expectation receive constructive consequences and support from their peers.

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