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Tips for Succeeding this Summer at a Government Internship

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend a panel discussion composed of public service employers discussing the problems that arise with their interns during the summer.  Based on the discussion, here are a few tips to help you succeed and make a positive impression during your summer working at a state or federal agency. Change of mindset – Realize that even as an  Continue Reading »

April 3 – 5

Welcome back students!  Hope you had a lovely Spring Break.  This week at Mizzou Law, on Wednesday, April 3rd at 1:00 in the Courtroom, the Career Development Office will host another “The People’s Lawyer:  State Employer Panel”. Come hear about legal jobs with the State of Missouri. A panel consisting of legal counsel from various state  Continue Reading »

October 22 – 26

Jessica Blome

Choosing a career path is important.  Our careers are part of our identity and, in large part, determine our happiness. Indeed, according to a 2007 report from the University of Chicago, people looking for jobs that bring satisfaction and happiness should concentrate on professions that focus primarily on serving other people.  As law students, you’ve  Continue Reading »