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December 2 – 6

Good luck on Finals! We will return to our full schedule of new information beginning mid-January. Thank you for reading and supporting the Mizzou Law Career Cafe Blog!  Happy Holidays!

November 25 – 29

Happy Monday and Happy Thanksgiving! The blog will take time off this week in order to celebrate Turkey Day. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and get to enjoy some much deserved down time. Throughout finals we will publish very few new posts as we know students will be studying.  Good luck with your finals! We will  Continue Reading »

November 18 – 19

Good luck law students as you begin to study for finals!  We know how busy you are preparing, so this week the Career Development Office is sponsoring only two events. On Wednesday, November 20th at 1:00 in room 6, students will have the opportunity to attend “Applying for Judicial Clerkships”.  If you are a 2L considering applying  Continue Reading »

November 11-15

This week at the Law School, students interested in judicial clerkships have an opportunity to attend “Life of a Lawyer” and meet David Franklin, ’12, a law clerk with the Honorable Roy Richter, Court of Appeals in the Eastern District of Missouri.  Mr. Franklin will chat about the law clerk experience, application process, and lifestyle of a law  Continue Reading »

November 4 – 8

October 28 – November 1

Monday, October 28th at Mizzou Law, starts a week full of interesting activities.  Students will have an opportunity to join Professor English’s Estates & Trusts class on Monday for a special event “Estate Planning and Elder Law Careers“.   Take advantage of the event to hear three top-notch estate planning and elder law attorneys speak about their practices; Rudy Beck, ’74, Andrew  Continue Reading »

October 21 – October 25