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March 31 – April 4

March 17 – 21

Hello Mizzou Law!  This week students have multiple opportunities to participate in the “Life of a Lawyer” series which brings attorneys to the law school to meet with students in small, informal settings. The attorneys typically talk about their path to and in the profession and respond to questions from students. These intimate events are a great opportunity to network.  Attendance is  Continue Reading »

Kelly Gorman ’15

This summer, I externed for Senior United States District Judge E. Richard Webber.  During my time, I learned about the federal courts – how they work; how different judges maintain order; how attorneys interact with one another; and how court motions are made and ruled on. I also observed the inter-workings of a chamber.  I  Continue Reading »

Federal Judicial Center

Hey Guys! I know you all are tired of the snow, but just in case we have some more snow days you should take the time to check out this week’s resource, the Federal Judicial Center.  Now this resource is typically for those who are looking for judiciary jobs. But I think that it has  Continue Reading »