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Presidential Management Fellows Program

Hi all! I’m back reviewing another great online resource. Today I have been looking through the site for the Presidential Management Fellows Program (PMF). This is a two-year leadership program created for entry-level advanced degree candidates. It includes classroom training and a developmental assignment that can last for several months. At the completion of the  Continue Reading »

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

Are you currently employed with or planning a career with a Public Service organization?  If so, you should acquaint yourself with the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF).  In 2007, Congress established the PSLF program with the purpose of encouraging individuals to pursue full-time work in public service jobs.  Under the PSLF program, borrowers may qualify for  Continue Reading »

Guide to the US Department of Justice

Hi all! I am blogging about resources available to law students and young lawyers. This week, I’ll be discussing the Guide to the U.S. Department of Justice, which can be found at This site is a very informative resource that showcases a wide range of positions and offices within the Department of Justice. I was  Continue Reading »

April 8 – 12

This week at Mizzou Law, there are several interesting opportunities for students.  On Monday, April 8th, there will be a “Judicial Clerkship Application Forum” at 1:00 in the Courtroom.  Are you a 2L interested in applying to judicial clerkships after graduation?  Are you a 1L who wants to learn about the process for future applications?  Professors Erin  Continue Reading »

US Department of Justice

Students interested in working for the federal government often think first about the US Department of Justice.  Headquartered in Washington, DC, the department has field offices in every state and maintains offices in over 100 countries worldwide.  It is the world’s largest legal employer with more than 10,000 attorneys working in the states. Attorneys with the  Continue Reading »

Government Honors and Internship Handbook

Hey guys! The weather is changing so you know what that means…the semester is winding down and this is the time that some of you will start to think about jobs.  This week’s resource is the Government Honors and Internship Handbook.  It is another resource geared towards those interested in public service work. The handbook can  Continue Reading »

November 5 – 9

This week at the Law School, there are two events for students interested in Public Service.  On Monday, November 5th at 1:00 in Room 3, take time out of your busy schedule to attend “Public Service:  Federal Employers Panel”.  A panel consisting of legal counsel from various federal agencies in Kansas City will talk about  Continue Reading »