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What's going on?: December 1-5

This is the last week of classes here at Hulston Hall before finals begin next week and sadly this is the last post in the Blog until next semester.  While the CDO is not presenting any events, we do want to make you aware of a few things that will be happening over break.

1L Winter Reception, Monday, December 22nd, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm at Thompson Coburn, LLP in St. Louis.  For more information, please see the announcements on Symplicity.

Cocktail Reception & Panel Discussion for First Year Law Students, Thursday, January 8th, 4:30 pm-6:00 pm at Lewis, Rice & Figersh in St. Louis.  For more information, please see the announcements on Symplicity.

Exploring the Profession: Federal Court in St. Louis, January 13th.  Join the Honorable E. Richard Webber (’67) US District Court, and Assistant US Attorney, Tom Albus (’97), for an exciting experience at the Federal District Court. Fore more information and to RSVP, please see the posting on Symplicity.

We will be back next semester with new posts… so be sure to check us out when we return.  GOOD LUCK!!!

 

Resource Review: The Lawyer’s Guide to Balancing Life and Work

The Lawyer’s Guide to Balancing Life and Work, by George W. Kaufman, is a resource that provides law students and attorneys with advice for making the most out of one’s legal career without completely sacrificing his or her personal life. Through a series of personal anecdotes, famous quotes, practical advice, and thought exercises, the author  Continue Reading »

What's going on?: November 17-21

This is the last week before Thanksgiving break and we are certainly busy here at Hulston Hall.  Be sure and attend the many amazing events the CDO will be hosting. On Monday, November 17th, we will be hosting an Alternative Careers Panel featuring Roy Temple, ’95, Partner at Groundswell Public Strategies and current Chair of  Continue Reading »

Spotlight on Pro Bono: Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC)

If you are interested in obtaining employment (either summer or full-time) in the public interest sector and enjoy visiting Chicago, Illinois, then you should consider attending the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference (MPILCC). The MPILCC is a career conference that is only open to students enrolled in law schools in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,  Continue Reading »

Resource Review: Website Review: ABA Law Student Division

The website of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association (ABA) offers a great deal of information and many resources for all students wishing to make the most out of their legal education. The website is divided into several sections, but some features and resources are available only to Division members. The Membership  Continue Reading »

What's going on?: November 10-14

This week at Hulston Hall… If you are interested in a job opportunities in the public interest field and like visiting Chicago, you may want to consider attending the Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference Information Session on Monday, November 10th at 1:00 p.m. in Room 7.  RSVP on Symplicity! On Wednesday, November 12th, Dean  Continue Reading »

Spotlight on the Profession: 16th Circuit Court Law Clerk

The 16th Circuit Court in the State of Missouri is unique in that, to my knowledge, it is the only circuit court in Missouri that employs attorneys as law clerks for each of the circuit and associate circuit judges, as well as two family court commissioners. I was lucky to be able to serve as  Continue Reading »