Career Services Blog

Upcoming Government Honors & Internship Deadlines for 1Ls, 2Ls & 3Ls (April 28, 2016)

The 2015-16 Government Honors and Internship Handbook and Public Policy Handbook (the “Handbooks”) are now available online. If you are interested in applying for a government or public policy position, we encouraged you to have your application materials reviewed by Denyse Demel, Government Career Counselor, at ddemel@law.utexas.edu. Internships may be eligible for course credit. Visit […]

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Equal Justice Works Seeking Student Rep for National Advisory Committee

Equal Justice Works (EJW) is seeking a student representative from the Southwest Region to serve on the National Advisory Committee (NAC). The Committee will review applications and select the best candidate to serve a two-year term. EJW will reimburse reasonable expenses for their trip to their Washington DC office on July 29, 2016 for the […]

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Texas Law Student Business Cards: Order Online by Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The Action Committee for Career Services is providing students the opportunity to purchase 250 student business cards for $25. Submit your order online and then go to the ordering site to complete you order. You will then immediately see a proof online before finalizing your order. Orders must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, […]

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Upcoming Government Honors & Internship Deadlines for 1Ls, 2Ls & 3Ls (April 8, 2016)

The 2015-16 Government Honors and Internship Handbook and Public Policy Handbook (the “Handbooks”) are now available online. If you are interested in applying for a government or public policy position, we encouraged you to have your application materials reviewed by Denyse Demel, Government Career Counselor, at ddemel@law.utexas.edu. Internships may be eligible for course credit. Visit […]

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Upcoming Public Policy Deadlines for 1Ls, 2Ls & 3Ls (April 8, 2016)

The 2015-16 Government Honors and Internship Handbook and Public Policy Handbook (the “Handbooks”) are now available online. If you are interested in applying for a government or public policy position, we encouraged you to have your application materials reviewed by Denyse Demel, Government Career Counselor, at ddemel@law.utexas.edu. Internships may be eligible for course credit. Visit […]

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M.D. Anderson Fellowship – Applications due by April 19, 2016

The Institute for Transnational Law at the University of Texas School of Law is launching a new program expanding its vital work of transnational legal education by creating a fellowship program for recent Texas Law J.D. graduates.  This program, with funding from the M.D. Anderson Foundation, will make it possible for one to three recent […]

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Scott Ozmun Fellowship – Applications due by April 22, 2016

The 2016-17 Scott Ozmun Fellowship will provide $5,000 to a 2L or 3L to work with local law firms on pro bono cases through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas.  The Fellow will work under the supervision of VLS attorneys for a minimum of 250 hours during the academic year, assisting local law firms on […]

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Free Webinar: Postgraduate Fellowships 2.0 on Monday, April 11, 2016

So Cal Pro Bono Managers announces Postgraduate Fellowships 2.0, a free one-hour web-based training for law students, to be held Monday, April 11, 2016 from 2-3 p.m. The training will be facilitated by OneJustice in a webinar format. This is a free training opportunity for law students who plan to apply for postgraduate fellowships in […]

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Southeastern Minority Job Fair (SEMJF) – Pre-register by April 17, 2016

Registration for the 2016 Southeastern Minority Job Fair (SEMJF) is now open. Texas Law students who may be interested in participating in the fair MUST pre-register before Sunday, April 17, 2016. To pre-register, please send an email with the following information to Alisha Camacho at acamacho@law.utexas.edu . Your first name Your middle name Your last […]

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The Art of Writing a Law Firm Email

A BigLaw veteran gives the scoop on how emailing like a pro, from subject to closing. (Vault Blog, March 29, 2016). Excerpt: Now, everyone here knows how to email. But until you have been in a firm for some time, sending and receiving “lawyer” emails, you may need some tips to get you started.

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