Thursday, January 29, 2015

CPD Presents Job Search Strategies for 3Ls

Wednesday, February 4
Noon in room 110, or
5:00 p.m. in room 309

Attention 3Ls! Join CPD for a session on job search tips, the direct application process, strategic networking, and how best to take advantage of memberships in local bar associations and professional organizations. Please RSVP in Symplicity, or email Junsen Ohno at ohnoj@seattleu.edu. Light snacks will be provided. If you have any questions, please contact Georgia Woodruff in CPD at woodrufg@seattleu.edu.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

JAG Listserv

If you're interested in learning more about JAG opportunities, please contact Erin Fullner to be included in CPD's JAG listserv so you can be kept apprised of JAG-related events.

We regularly invite JAGs to campus for presentations and interviewing and there are also opportunities for field trips to open houses and public military court proceedings.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

WASHINGTON STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL BOB FERGUSON AT THE LAW SCHOOL!

Wednesday, January 28
4:00-5:00 p.m.
Room C6

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson will be on campus to discuss the AG's Office and the work it does to protect consumers from fraud, prosecute crime, and protect the environment, and he will also discuss their summer program. Program requirements and deadlines will be covered, and students will have a chance to ask questions. Contact Georgia Woodruff (woodrufg@seattleu.edu) if you have questions.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES SEMINAR FOR RECENT GRADS

Thursday, January 22 

5:00 p.m. In Room 110

Take a break from your bar studies and attend this seminar, which will offer tips on job searching and strategic networking, and will also cover new material on effective job search strategies and how to best take advantage of memberships in local bar associations and professional organizations.  RSVP to Junsen Ohno, ohnoj@seattleu.edu.  Light snacks will be provided.

Monday, January 12, 2015

NW Public Service Career Fair - Time is Running Out!

The NW Public Service Career Fair deadline is fast-approaching!  The Fair will be held on campus in LeRoux (located in the Student Center) on Friday, February 6.  Don’t miss this opportunity to apply for  summer opportunities for 1L and 2L students and engage in table talk with 25 public interest employers including the King and Pierce County Prosecutor’s offices, the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, the Department of Labor, Northwest Justice Project, and many more!  The deadline to submit applications to employers is Monday, January 19.  To submit applications, you must register for the Fair and pay a $15 fee.  Once registered, you will receive an email notification from Lewis & Clark Law School with instructions to sign up for the Fair’s TWEN page.  All applications must be submitted via TWEN.  To register and see a complete list of participating employers, visit: http://law.lclark.edu/student_groups/public_service_career_fairs/.  CPD is available to review your application materials, but do not delay, get your resume and cover letters to a counselor today! 

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Washington State Association of Justice (WSAJ) NETWORKING EVENT

Thursday, February 5 on 2nd Floor Gallery at 5 pm

If you need an hour or two break from your bar studies and are interested becoming a civil litigator and representing plaintiffs, this is the networking event for you!  To sign up to attend this event, please RSVP in Symplicity under Events, or email Junsen Ohno at ohnoj@seattleu.edu.  This is a great chance to network with attorneys who are part of the Washington State Association for Justice (WSAJ).  For more information about WSAJ, go to: https://www.washingtonjustice.org/

Thursday, December 11, 2014

1L DIVERSITY PROGRAMS

Every year, a number of local firms including, K&L Gates, Foster Pepper, Davis Wright Tremaine, and Perkins Coie, sponsor 1L Diversity summer programs as part of their diversity efforts. Each program includes a paid position for the summer, and some also include a scholarship. Evening students are eligible and have been selected in the past, but you must be able to accept a full-time job for at least six to eight consecutive weeks. Applications are being accepted NOW and deadlines vary by firm. For participating firms and their program information, visit http://www.law.seattleu.edu/careers/students/find-a-job/hiring-programs-and-job-fairs/1l-diversity-program.

Don't forget to have CPD review your application documents before you submit them.
1L DIVERSITY SUMMER ASSOCIATE PROGRAM (2015) 
Kenyon & Kenyon is pleased to announce its IL Diversity Program for the Summer of 2015. This position is a paid summer associate position in our Palo Alto, California office. This position would also include participation in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) 1L Scholars Program which includes mentoring throughout the year as well as participation in the LCLD Summit in Dallas, TX, in May 2015.

We prefer candidates to have a strong technical background, preferably computer science and/or electrical engineering.

Visit http://www.lcldnet.org/ for more information.

You can find this listing in Symplicity Job #6003.