Members of the Navy JAG Corps will be on campus September 20 for an information session and to conduct interviews for students
applying to the Student Program who have submitted an application or who will submit one before the September 30, 2016 deadline.
LTJG Megan Martino will host a 12:00-1:00 pm info session (room TBD)
by one-on-one meetings/informational interviews in the afternoons (to sign
up for a one-on-one, please contact Junsen
The U.S. Navy JAG Corps is currently accepting
applications for its Student Program at
application deadline for the Student Program is September 30, 2016
applicants must submit their application and complete a structured interview by
30 September to be considered for selection by the Navy JAG Corps accessions
The Navy JAG Corps is also accepting applications for school year externships and summer internships
Spring 2017 externship application deadline is September 23, 2016
Summer 2017 internship application deadline is January 20, 2017
2017 Summer Honors Law Clerk Program with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of General Counsel (OGC), in Washington DC
OGC operates a highly competitive, 12-week volunteer summer honors program for law clerks who have completed their second year (or the equivalent for part-time students) at an American Bar Association accredited law school. OGC is committed to providing law clerks with a tremendous legal learning experience. Law clerks can expect to gain experience researching and writing about administrative, environmental, and general law issues. Law clerks are also assigned individual mentors and have opportunities to participate in client meetings, attend field trips, and improve professional skills.
Please see the announcement and demographic form for more information. The application deadline is August 31, 2016. For more information about OGC, please visit their website.
3 credits – Mondays and Wednesdays – 2:30 to 3:45 p.m.
A few spots remain for this experiential, practice-oriented course! REGISTER NOW. If you're looking for an opportunity to build your client interviewing skills; are interested in family, consumer, or housing law; and want to apply your learning to real clients’ cases, the Moderate Means Practicum could be a great choice for you. You'll build issue-spotting and legal analysis skills while helping moderate income clients access low-cost legal services. This experiential course will give you the opportunity to: •Conduct a high volume of client interviews via telephone •Perform legal analysis for each case •Work with attorneys throughout the state to take cases A 3L recently shared, “This experience has been the most engaging experience in law school yet, and has given me more confidence in client interaction and my ability to research any civil law topic that comes up.” If you have questions or need more information, contact Moderate Means Program Staff Attorney, Clay Wilson.
Seattle University School of Law is proud to offer an intensive one-day boot camp for legal professionals designed to build a basic foundation in real-world business skills. The course will be held on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, in Sullivan Hall, Room C5, from 8:30 AM- 5PM and feature intensive study of:
Finance and accounting principles
Corporate management and strategy
Current business models and the role of business plans
The role of policies and procedures in company management
How companies are structured and regulated
How intellectual property strategies fuel today’s high-tech businesses
Learn from a world-class faculty from the business world, including:
Blair Westlake, Principal, MediaSquareup (formerly Chairman, Universal Television & Networks Group, Universal Studios and Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation)
Hillery L. Nye, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, Glympse, Inc.
John Patera, Management, Finance and Business Consultant, Strong-Bridge Consulting
Kelly Kunsch, Reference Librarian, Seattle University School of Law
Steve Tapia, Distinguished Practitioner in Residence, Seattle University School of Law (formerly of HBO, DIRECTV and Microsoft)
The Business Boot Camp is part of Seattle University School of Law’s continuing efforts to bring entrepreneurship and business acumen into the legal curriculum. It is intended to provide a strong foundation on an expedited basis in the knowledge, skills and values promoted in other related offerings such as the Innovation and Technology LLM program, the Community Development and Entrepreneurship Clinic, the one week-intensive “The Lawyer's Role in Entrepreneurship and Innovation: An Immersion Experience” program and the Business of IP class.
The program is limited to students who will be 2L, 3L or 4Ls in the next academic year and recent graduates on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is no fee for the class, but registration in advance is required.
As a non-curricular program, attendees will not receive academic credit. Program content highlights essential and practical business concepts, but is not intended to replace the more intensive study of Business, Tax, and similar subjects provided through traditional Law School curricular offerings.
To register for Business Boot Camp, join the TWEN page and use the “Sign-Up Sheet.” To join, click here. For further information, contact Steve Tapia.
The Peggy Browning Fund’s Annual National Law
Students Workers’ Rights Conference
October 14 & 15, 2016
The Conference Center of the Maritime Institute,
692 Maritime Blvd. Linthicum Heights,
The 18th Annual
National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference is a great opportunity with an
impressive slate of speakers and workshops, including keynote speaker Mark
Gaston Pearce, Chairman, National Labor Relations Board.
As a participating
school, the PB Fund will cover the costs for one student
to attend including three meals, lodging, conference fee, and airfare.
The student receiving the grant to attend will be responsible for only a $25.00
If you are interested in
applying for this grant, please submit your current resume and a short
Statement of Interest (no more than 2 pages) by 12:00 noon on
Friday, September 2toLaurie Wells, 4th floor (She
is located in the administrative assistants’ office area as you exit the
elevator on the 4th floor to your right).
You are Invited! Loren Miller Bar
Association Summer of Success Dinner
Loren Miller Bar Association (LMBA) is honored to extend to you an invitation
to our annual Summer of Success dinner, taking place Thursday, August 11, 2016,
from 5:30 to 7:30 at Palomino Restaurant & Bar. This traditional
end-of-summer dinner honors law students from Seattle University and the
University of Washington, and those from other law schools who interned,
clerked and completed summer associateships in the Seattle area. Please come
join us at this special dinner held in your honor. It will be an opportunity for
you to mingle with your fellow honorees, and meet and network with
African-American attorneys and LMBA members outside of your summer employer.