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 »
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This week at Mizzou Law, the Career Development Office will sponsor the first “Life of a Lawyer” so far this fall. These events are conducted in an intimate setting and provide an opportunity to learn about different practice areas by getting to know an alum. Andrew Bach, a 2005 graduate and a partner with Ahern and Bach, LLC, Continue Reading »
Take advantage of the many opportunities available this week at Mizzou Law! On Monday, September 16th at 1:00 in room 3, 3L’s will want to attend the Pro Bono Month Informational Session. Learn about the clinics planned for Pro Bono Month. To participate in either of the two clinics that are planned for the month of October (the Continue Reading »
This week at Mizzou Law, Captain Joshua Oren from the US Army Judge Advocate General (JAG) program will be on campus Wednesday, September 11th. He will have an Informational Session from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm in room 107 to talk with students who might be considering a career as a JAG Officer. Be sure to drop by and meet Continue Reading »
Happy Labor Day! Hope you are enjoying the holiday and relaxing. This week at Mizzou Law we have some great events lined up. On Wednesday, September 4th, at 1:00 in the Courtroom, Dean Key will be presenting, “The 3L Job Search – Strategies Beyond OCI.” Did you know that approximately 90% of law students find employment Continue Reading »
This week at Mizzou Law, the Career Development Office and the Academic Dean will be promoting the new Pro Bono Program. During the summer, the offices worked to establish a formal Pro Bono Program that will provide students with opportunities to gain practical lawyering experience while serving persons of limited means, as well as help cultivate a sense of Continue Reading »
Welcome back to Mizzou Law! In the Career Development Office we are excited to see new and returning students. This summer we have been planning many interesting program for the coming year. Stop by room 103 and visit, we would love to hear about your summer experiences. An event that is coming up the end of Continue Reading »