I hope everyone is ready for a busy week here at Hulston Hall! Monday, September 15th, at 1:00 p.m. in the courtroom, the Career Development Office will be presenting Public Service: Federal Employer Panel, where attorneys from the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security-Bureau of Customs & Immigration Enforcement, U.S. Department of Labor- Office Continue Reading »
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LCDR James Kennedy will be presenting a Navy JAG Informational Session on Monday, September 8th from 1:00-1:50 p.m. in Room 109. Come learn about the benefits of being a Navy JAG, the application process, the commissioning process as well as internship opportunities. This event has been approved for Career Component credit and pizza will be Continue Reading »
We here at the CDO hope that everyone had a safe and relaxing Labor Day holiday. There are quite a few things going on here at the law school this week and next week that you should keep your eye on. 1Ls…have you signed up for Symplicity training yet? You must sign up for mandatory Continue Reading »
Welcome back to Mizzou Law! The Career Development Office could not be more excited to welcome all of the incoming 1L’s and see everyone else back on campus for another great year here at the law school. Over the summer, the CDO has been planning many exciting and informational programs for the upcoming school year. Continue Reading »
Last week of classes for Mizzou Law students! There are few events so students can prepare for exams. The one exception is Monday, April 28th, the second of two mandatory Pre-Summer Externship Classes will occur at 1:00 pm in the Courtroom. This class is for everyone planning to received law school credit for their unpaid public Continue Reading »
This week at Mizzou Law there is programming for everyone! On Monday, April 21st from noon to 2:00 pm in room 6 the MO Bar Course on Professionalism will be offered. This annual program is designed for 3Ls planning to become members of the Missouri Bar to assist them in obtaining two free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Continue Reading »
Today, April 14th, first-year law students interested in a judicial clerkship will want to attend the informational session at 1:oo in the Courtroom, “Applying for Judicial Clerkships: 1L Version”. The time to apply may be as early as the summer BEFORE your 2L year! Come learn about applying from the faculty Clerkship Committee, Career Development, Continue Reading »