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 »
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This week at Mizzou Law, first year law students have another opportunity to attend Part I and Part II of Boot Camp. From 5:00 to 7:30 on Monday, November 4th and Wednesday, November 6th, students will receive information that will assist them in their 1L summer job search. Boot Camp participation is mandatory in order to Continue Reading »
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 »
This week at Mizzou Law, twelve students will be attending a “Life of a Lawyer” luncheon. On Monday, October 21st, Derek Rudman, ’95, will be on campus at 1:00 to 1:50 in room 107 to talk and eat with students. Mr. Rudman is a founding partner of Rudman and Smith Law in St. Louis. The company website states, “Mr. Rudman Continue Reading »
This week at Mizzou Law on Monday, October 14th at 1:00 in the Courtroom, we will host the Floyd R. Gibson Judicial Clerkship Forum. This annual event is an opportunity to learn about what judicial clerks do, as well as what judges look for in successful clerkship candidates. U.S. Magistrate Judge David Noce (’69), Missouri Continue Reading »
This week at Mizzou Law we have many interesting activities. Join us at 1:00 on Monday, October 7th in room 107 for Shakespeare’s pizza and a lively discussion with Tyler Thompson, ’07, attorney at Sandberg Phoenix & Von Gontard in St. Louis, MO. His main practice areas include product liability, personal injury, and insurance coverage Continue Reading »
Today is the Kick Off event for Mizzou Law’s Pro Bono Month! Please join us to hear Missouri Supreme Court Judge Paul Wilson ’92, in the Courtroom from 1:00 to 1:50. The Judge is a Jefferson City native who, according to Dean Bailey, was an actor before studying law. After law school, he clerk for then-Chief Justice Robertson Continue Reading »