American Bar Association
Law Student Division
September 2011 News and Activities

Division Competitions / Work-A-Day Community Service / 2011 Fall Leadership Summits / Teleconferences & Webinars / Career Resources / Internships, Clerkships & Fellowships / ABA Competitions and Writing Contests / Specialty Group Meetings and Events / Contact Us / MyABA

 

2011 Work-A-Day
Legal Gideon: Representation for All
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Teleconferences and Webinars

Business Law - What Every Deal Lawyer Should Know About Consumer Regulation (10/19/11)

Business Law - 1-2-3s of Finance (11/10/11)

General Practice, Solo and Small Firms - The Accidental Nonprofit Lawyer (10/27/11)

International Law - A Review of Recent Developments in International Securities Regulation and Enforcement (10/27/11)

Litigation - Courtroom Technology: That's Entertainment (10/11/11)

Professional Responsibility - the Client's File in the 21st Century: Managing Traditional Ethical Landmines in a Cloud Computing World (10/19/11)

Science and Technology Law - Cloud computing Demystified (10/27/11)

State and Local Government - Green Building Ordinances (9/29/11)

Women in the Profession - Road to Independence: Women's Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firms (10/24/11)

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Internships, Clerkships, and Fellowships

Business Law - Diversity Clerkship Program

Taxation - Public Service Fellowship

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Enter 2011-2012 Law Student Division Competitions

Develop the skills you will use as a practitioner while enhancing your resume. Tell me more

Other Practical Skills Competitions

Labor and Employment Law - Trial Advocacy Competition

Taxation - 11th Annual Law Student Tax Challenge

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Writing Competitions and Awards

Business Law - Mendes Hershman Student Writing Contest

Construction Industry - 2011 Law Student Writing Competition

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Career Development Opportunities and Resources

NEW Career Series Publication - Careers in Animal Law

Business Law - Helpful Articles

Health Law - Free Law Student Podcast

Law Student Division - Career Series Library

Legal Technology Research Center

Real Property, Trust & Estate Law - Free eCLE Programs

State and Local Government - Resume Database

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Specialty Group Meetings and Events

Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice - Fall Conference (11/16-17/11)

Criminal Justice - 2011 Fall Conference: Criminal Justice Legal Education Colloquium and 4th Annual Sentencing and Reentry Institute: Reducing Reliance on Incarceration (10/27-28/11)

Criminal Justice Victims Committee - Luncheon Meeting (10/27/11)

Entertainment and Sports Industries - Annual Meeting (10/13-15/11)

Environment Energy and Resources - 19th Annual Fall Meeting (10/12-15/11)

Family Law - Fall CLE Conference (10/26-29/11)

Franchising - 34th Annual Meeting (10/9-21/11)

General Practice, Solo & Small Firms - Fall Meeting and National Solo & Small Firm Conference (10/20-22/11)

Health Law - Washington Healthcare Summit (10-17-18/11)

International Law - Fall Meeting (10/11-15/11)

Taxation and Real Property, Trust and Estate Law - 2011 Joint Fall CLE Meeting (10/20-22/11)

Young Lawyers - Fall Conference (10/13-15/11)

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Commission on Women

Now available online: Video introductions and acceptance remarks of the 2011 Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award honorees

View the videos and read the honorees' bios from The Margaret Brent Award, which recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of women lawyers who have excelled in their field and have paved the way to success for other women lawyers. If you wish to receive a DVD containing video footage of the entire luncheon (for a nominal $5 charge for shipping/handling), please contact the Commission via email or 312-988-5715. View the videos

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Young Lawyers Career Development Initiative

The Young Lawyers Division is launching the Career Development Initiative (CDI) with a free Incorporating Pro Bono into Your Career teleconference on September 29. The new initiative highlights a different career path each month.

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Administrative Law
Call-In Brownbag Series

Participate in free call-in career development discussions.

- Careers in National Security - Co-sponsored by the Standing Committee on Law and National Security (10/7/11)

-Careers in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice (11/15/11)

- Careers in State and Local Government Law (2/12)

Registration is required to obtain dial-in information. Tell me more

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Pathways to Employment in International Law

Enjoy a unique forum that brings law students and new lawyers together with experienced legal practitioners to explore opportunities for employment in international law.  Upcoming Programs this Fall include:

Michigan State University School of Law (October 21, 2011)

International Law Weekend / Fordham Law School (October 21, 2011)

Capital University Law School (October 25, 2011)

Duke Law School (Fall 2011)

Marquette University Law School (Fall 2011)

Seattle University School of Law (Fall 2011)

Suffolk University School of Law (Fall 2011)

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CLE Now!

Free CLE is now accessible to ABA Law Student Division members.  Programs are digital downloads that you can access at your convenience.  Visit the ABA website for a complete list of ABA CLE programming, including Live Teleconferences and Audio Webcasts Tell me more

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Are You Stressing Over Your Student Debt?
Click here for advice and resources

Find the latest information from the ABA on how to get through the economic downturn. The ABA Economic Recovery Resources portal contains resources and tips on a variety of topics from job searching, to practice management, to professional development and more. Tell me more


Visit the ABA Job Board

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Licensed law professionals pay up to $400 a year for the valuable benefits of ABA membership. As a law student, your dues are substantially reduced at only $25 and if you enroll and pre-pay for all three years during your first year of law school, you have the option of paying only $60 for all three years of law school (only $20 per year). As an added bonus, once you are admitted to the bar, dues for your first year in the ABA Young Lawyers Division is waived. So that's four years of uninterrupted ABA membership for only $60.

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For assistance, contact the ABA Service Center via email or by phone at 800.825.2221.

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Competition Deadlines Approaching

The Law Student Division's national competitions offer participating students a forum to develop the very skills they will use as practitioners, and a chance to meet and network with fellow law students—future colleagues—from around the nation. Competitions also provide an excellent opportunity for law students to gain important resume-building experience and recognition. Tell me more

Client Counseling Competition
Entry deadline: October 21, 2011
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National Appellate Advocacy Competition
Entry deadline: November 4, 2011
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2011 Fall Leadership Summits
Pre-Registration Deadlines Quickly Approaching
Register Today!

Circuits 1-2-3-11
October 1, 2011
New York Law School (New York, NY)
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This meeting will feature:

  • Honorable Denny Chin, United State Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • Honorable Sandra Ann Robinson, New Jersey State Administrative Law Court

Circuits 4-5-6
October 15, 2011
Charleston School of Law (Charleston, SC)
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This meeting will feature:

  • Solo Practitioners Discussion
  • Quality of Life Presentation

Circuits 7-8-10-13
October 1, 2011
St. Louis University School of Law (St. Louis, MO)
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This meeting will feature:

  • Honorable Duane Benton, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit
  • Interactive Breakout Sessions to include Effective Program Planning, Networking, and Legal Writing

Circuits 9-12-14-15
October 1, 2011
Thomas Jefferson School of Law (San Diego, CA)
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This meeting will feature:

  • Honorable Peter W. Bowie, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California
  • Honorable Mitchell D. Dembin, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

Plan Your Work-A-Day
Community Service Activity Today!
Legal Gideon: Representation for All
October 2011

The October Work-A-Day project is the annual public service project of the ABA Law Student Division, which brings law students from across the country together to participate in a one-day public service project in their communities. This year's theme, “Civil Gideon: Representation for All", is designed to encouraged law students to create activities and events that contribute to the civil legal representation of those in their communities without the means to hire lawyers.

A Work-A-Day Tool Kit, available online, will help get you started, but please feel free to be creative in designing programs that target the unique civil representation-related challenges in your community. Work-A-Day provides a meaningful way for law students to give back to the community and help effect real change for people. The Law Student Division encourages students and law schools to get involved by implementing a Work-A-Day initiative during the 2011-2012 school year. Your community will benefit from your efforts. Tell me more

Teleconferences and Webinars

Fees to participate on ABA Teleconference, Webinars and Audio Webcasts vary by program. Unpublished discounts and scholarships for these programs are available to ABA Law Student Division members.  For more information, contact the ABA Center for CLE.

State and Local Government (Webinar and Teleconference Rebroadcast with Live Q&A)
Green Building Ordinances
September 28, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
Panelists will discuss the issues of Green Building Ordinances, ongoing cases involving the preemption of local green building codes under federal law and other challenges and pitfalls with Green Building Ordinance initiatives. Tell me more

Litigation (Live Webinar)
Courtroom Technology: That's Entertainment
October 11, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
Learn how to effectively present electronic evidence and use technology at trial, from traditional PowerPoint presentations to new communication tools like multimedia presentations, Promethean ActivBoards, ELMOs, and Prezi.  Panelists will demonstrate, using practical examples, how cases can be simplified and easily explained through the use of modern courtroom technology. Tell me more

Business Law (Live Webinar and Teleconference)
What Every Deal Lawyer Should Know About Consumer Regulation
October 19 , 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
Here is your chance to learn about the implications consumer laws have for deals involving portfolio sales of car financing contracts, mortgages, or credit card receivables. Tell me more

Professional Responsibility (Live Webinar)
The Client's File in the 21st Century: Managing Traditional Ethical Landmines in a Cloud Computing World
October 19, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
Disputes between lawyers and clients over what is and what is not part of the client's file have long been a source of controversy.  This controversy is not addressed within the ABA Model Rules. Given the growing role of technology in all walks of life, including modern law practice, several second-order problems present themselves.  Where can a client's file be kept and maintained?  Can a lawyer maintain a purely electronic client file and could it exist only in the "cloud"? Should there be a rule-based solution to these questions and, regardless, what should the right answers be for 21st Century lawyers and their clients? Tell me more

Women in the Profession (Live Webinar and Teleconference)
The Road to Independence: Women's Journeys to Starting Their Own Law Firms
October 24, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
The Commission’s newest publication, The Road to Independence, recounts the experiences and insights of 101 women lawyers who have taken the courageous and difficult step of creating a law firm of their own, either as a solo or with others. Panelists will discuss why an increasing number of women are opting to create their own law firms and will share practical advice and lessons learned. This program will serve as a catalyst and inspiration for any woman lawyer contemplating the possibility of blazing her own trail to success and fulfillment. Tell me more

International Law (Video Conference)
12th Annual "Live from the SEC" - A Review of Recent Developments in International Securities Regulation and Enforcement
October 27, 2011 (11:30am-1:30pm Eastern Time)
Participate in a live video-conference with high-ranking Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) staff. Tell me more

Science and Technology Law (Live Webinar and Teleconference)
Cloud Computing Demystified
October 27, 2011 (12:00 Noon-1:30pm Eastern Time)
Learn the business model of cloud computing, and how to mitigate the legal risks.  Panelists will impart actionable recommendations concerning cloud computing so that your clients and your office can properly and productively assess the benefits and risks of embarking upon a cloud computing undertaking. Tell me more

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm (Live Webinar and Teleconference)
The Accidental Nonprofit Lawyer
October 27, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
Learn the basic triage and survival tips for nonprofit clients or your personal volunteer activities. Panelists will cover governance, state registrations, choice of entity, tax implications, conflicts of interest, basic nonprofit law, and other important skills. Tell me more

Business Law (Live Webinar and Teleconference)
1-2-3s of Finance
November 10, 2011 (1:00pm-2:30pm Eastern Time)
This nuts and bolts session will provide an overview of the national market system and roles of intermediaries and financial advisors, plus business finance and valuation concepts. Tell me more

Internships, Clerkships, and Fellowships

You must be an ABA Law Student Division member to be considered for the opportunities listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Taxation
2012-2014 Public Service Fellowship
Application deadline: November 1, 2011
Provides funding for 2 recent graduates or judicial clerks who commit to working in a tax-related 501(c)(3) organization for two years.  Both LLM and JD candidates are eligible to apply. The Fellowships were established to address the need for tax legal assistance, and to foster an interest in tax-related public service among those individuals who participate. Tell me more

Business Law
Diversity Clerkship Program
Application deadline: December 23, 2011
This 8-week summer program provides business law clerkship placements for qualified diverse candidates who are first or second year law students. In considering a student's diversity, the Section will give special consideration to individuals who have overcome social or economic disadvantages such as physical disability, financial constraints, or cultural impediments to becoming a law student. Tell me more

Competitions and Writing Contests

You must be an ABA Law Student Division member to be considered for the opportunities listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Labor and Employment Law
Trial Advocacy Competition
Entry deadline: October 3, 2011
This competition introduces law students to the challenges and rewards of employment and labor litigation. Participants have the opportunity to develop their trial advocacy technique in a mock courtroom experience. The Competition serves as a forum for law students to develop the skills they will be using as practitioners, and an opportunity to meet and network with fellow law students and labor and employment law practitioners. Tell me more

Taxation
11th Annual Law Student Tax Challenge
Entry deadline: November 18, 2011
As an alternative to traditional moot court competitions, solve a cutting-edge and complex business problem that might arise in everyday tax practice.  The competition is a great way for law students to showcase their knowledge in a real-world setting and gain valuable exposure to the tax law community. For more information, please contact the ABA Section of Taxation via email or at 202-662-8670. Tell me more

Construction Industry
2011 Law Student Writing Competition
Entry deadline: December 31, 2011
Prizes: $2,000 plus travel expenses and registration to attend the 2012 Forum on the Construction Industry Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV. Students may submit articles on any topic related to construction law. The format of the articles should resemble the articles published in either of the Forum's two publications, The Construction Lawyer (law journal format) or Under Construction (newsletter format with articles of 1000-2000 words). Copy of the rules. For more information, contact Amanda Raible or Marilyn Klinger.

Business Law
Mendes Hershman Student Writing Contest
Entry deadline: January 20, 2012
This competition is designed to encourage and reward law student writings on a business law subject. Awards include cash prizes of $500 to $2,500. Each of the first, second and third place winners will receive all expenses paid by the Section to attend the ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting to collect his/her prize. Tell me more

Career Development
Opportunities and Resources

Law Student Division
Career Series Library
Visit the ABA Bookstore for a complete listing of titles offered by the ABA including the Career Series Library. To order these guides, visit our website or call the ABA Service Center at 800.285.2221.

Careers in Animal Law
Hot off the Presses - How do I use my law degree to help animals? Combining profiles of lawyers from all areas of animal law practice with insightful, practical advice, the author lays out everything you need to know to pursue a legal career in animal, find the job, locate the clients, identify the issues, and, help the animals. PC 5110723

Non-Legal Careers Nonlegal Careers for Lawyers (5th Edition)
This guidebook will show you what you can do with your law degree, besides practice law. More importantly, this book will illustrate how to use your legal skills to rise above the competition. The authors lead you step by step through the process of assessing the special skills that legal training provides, choosing a nonlegal career, and conducting a nonlegal job search. PC 5110567

   
Legal Careers The Legal Career Guide: From Law Student to Lawyer (5th Edition)
This is one of the ABA's best selling career guide books that has been updated to address the unique needs of today's law students seeking both career satisfaction and a healthy life balance in the profession. PC 5110667
   
How to Start and Build a Law Practice How to Start and Build a Law Practice (5th Edition)
This definitive guide to starting, growing, and maintaining a solo law practice is full of practical advice and guidance on setting up a practice, finding clients, setting fees, maintaining ethics and professional responsibility, marketing your practice and much more. PC 5110508

Business Law
Helpful Articles
As you enter the homestretch of your summer placements and/or prepare for interviewing, below are links to four great articles from Business Law Today. These articles are perfect for the soon-to-be young business lawyer and are written in a style that is informative and helpful, especially as you are thinking about your future career.

Health Law
Free Law Student Podcast: Interested in a Career in Health Law?
Free Podcast Download
Hear from a variety of practicing lawyers – both government and private practice – who shared their insights and stories about their varied health law career paths. Obtain practical guidance about what courses to pursue in law school and how to use your time wisely while in law school to enhance your prospects for securing a job in the health law arena. Receive insider tips and strategies for understanding this unique field of the law and how to succeed once you graduate. Tell me more

Legal Technology Research Center (LTRC)
The Place for Legal Tech Support and Guidance
LTRC serves as a starting point for legal professionals interested in understanding and implementing technology.  To help ABA members at every level of their career effectively and efficiently use technology, LTRC offers the following services:

  • Technology training and discounts on products and services through ABA TechEZ
  • Personalized assistance with technology questions via the LTRC Hotline. E-mail ltrc@americanbar.org or call 312-988-5465.
  • News, tips, and resources regarding legal technology on the LTRC blog, ABA Site-tation.
  • An extensive collection of articles, comparison charts, overviews, and guides on important technology topics.

Mental and Physical Disabilities Law
Directory of Bar Information for Applicants with Disabilities (BIAD)
One-stop-shop for figuring out what your soon-to-be state bar requires of you both in terms of requesting accommodations for the bar exam and in the form of questions asked for character and fitness (as they relate to disabilities). The directory also has a listing of applicable state laws and cases regarding these two issues. Tell me more

Real Property, Trust and Estate Law
Free eCLE Programs
Did you know that as a law student you can listen live via webcast to all Real Property, Trust and Estate Law eCLE programs for FREE? Visit the Section's homepage for a current listing of available eCLE programs! Tell me more

State and Local Government Law
Resume Database
The Section's database allows employers to find candidates that fit employers’ specific needs. It is searchable and current, providing employers direct access to a pool of talented students and recent grads whose interest and expertise for state and local law is assured. If you are a job seeker for a summer or permanent position in any area of state and local government law, including land use, administrative law, environmental law, public education, public finance, public utility law, regulatory practice or zoning, upload your resume now!  Tell me more

Specialty Group Meetings and Events

International Law
Fall Meeting
October 11-15, 2011 (Dublin, Ireland)
Registration only $95 for Law Students
Learn the latest from top experts in the international law practice area of your interest. Network with the best and brightest international lawyers throughout the meeting and particularly at luncheons, twice daily networking breaks, and evening events. Participate in specialized meetings with others who share your areas of interest by attending committee working business meetings, division breakfasts, and committee dinners.Tell me more

Environment, Energy and Resources
19th Annual Fall Meeting
October 12-15, 2011 (JW Marriott Hotel, Indianapolis, IN)
Scholarship available: Application deadline: August 26, 2011
This 3-day program features networking and career development programming specifically designed for law students and new lawyers. For example, you've probably heard of "Speed Dating,” but what about “Speed Networking”? Meet one-on-one with seasoned environment, energy, and resources attorneys over the course of an hour. A limited number of scholarships are available to law students interested in attending the entire meeting. Contact Yumeka Brown for more information. Tell me more

Entertainment and Sports Industries
Annual Meeting
October 13-15, 2011 (Grand Hyatt New York in Midtown)
This year's Annual Meeting includes two and a half days of seminars and panels, networking breaks, and cocktail receptions. Special programming for law students includes a first time / new members reception, as well as a Young Lawyers / Law Students "Orientation" Q&A session. Tell me more

Young Lawyers
Fall Conference
October 13-15, 2011 (Seattle, Washington)
The Fall Conference brings together young lawyers from all practice areas, practice settings, and parts of the country for three days of learning, networking, and public service. Tell me more

Health Law
Washington Healthcare Summit
October 17-18, 2011 ( Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City)
Special Student Rate: $75 (Attorney Registration: $1,045)

As the future of American healthcare takes shape, it is essential that attorneys from all segments of the healthcare bar and other professionals serving healthcare organizations are up to date on the latest legislative and policy developments and the implementation of significant healthcare initiatives emanating from HHS, CMS, IRS, DOJ, OIG and other key government agencies.  Students will gain insights into important topics through the fundamental programs and hear from the industry’s top speakers. Tell me more

Franchising
34th Annual Meeting
October 19-21, 2011 (Marriott Baltimore Waterfront, Baltimore, MD)
Law Student Division members receive a substantial registration discount

Programming includes a variety of offerings for the beginner franchise lawyer as well as those seasoned in the specialty. Tell me more

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm
Fall Meeting and National Solo & Small Firm Conference
October 20-22, 2011 (Westin Denver Downtown, Denver, CO)
$30 Reduced Registration Fee for Law Students
ABA GPSolo offers a special complimentary session on “How to Find a Job in a Small Firm” to all law students (Thursday October 20, 8:30am-9:30am). Tell me more

Taxation and Real Property, Trust and Estate Law
2011 Joint Fall CLE Meeting
October 20-22, 2011 (Hyatt Regency, Denver, CO)
Network and participate in high-level discussions with private practitioners and government officials on the most important issues facing tax lawyers today.  Registration for Full-Time J.D./LL.M/MT candidates is waived!  Tell me more

Family Law
Fall CLE Conference
October 26-29, 2011 (Encore at Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, NV)
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from--and network with--family law experts from around the nation (and the globe)! CLE topics include alimony, alternative families, assisted reproductive technology, trial practice & techniques, and much more! Special rates for law students and new practitioners. Tell me more

Criminal Justice Section and the Association of American Law Schools
2011 Fall Conference - Criminal Justice Legal Educators Colloquium and Fourth Annual Sentencing & Reentry Institute: Reducing Reliance on Incarceration
October 27-28, 2011 (Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel, 415 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC)
Explore the normative, empirical, and practical consequences of historically high incarceration rates, including the impact of overcrowded prisons, shrinking federal and state budgets, and the efficacy of lengthy sentences on recidivism. Breakout panels will include topics such as judges' decision-making, legislative initiatives to reduce reliance on incarceration, and sentencing alternatives such as restorative justice. This collaborative effort between the ABA and AALS reflects a growing national consensus among prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges, academics, and policy makers that the legal system must reduce its reliance on incarceration, and rethink alternative options to lengthy prison sentences. Tell me more

Criminal Justice Section - Victims Committee
Victims Committee Luncheon Meeting
October 27, 2011 - 12:00 Noon (Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel, 415 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC)
The Victims Committee examines issues relating to crime victims in the criminal justice process, including their rights and fair treatment, financial compensation, restitution, and justice. As one of its goals, the Committee is initiating a survey that will be distributed to all ABA-approved Law School Deans regarding current victims' curriculum, and the development or inclusion of such programs as a stand-alone course or part of a criminal law or criminal procedure course already in place. Volunteer Opportunity for Law Students: The Committee is seeking volunteers to work on updating this important work. For more information about these projects, please contact Angela Downes.

Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
Fall Conference
November 16-17, 2011 (Georgetown University, Washington, DC)
Explore a wide range of legal topics covering all areas of government.  Student admission to CLE sessions is free.  Contact the Section to register or for more information.

ABA Center for CLE
Seeks Law Student Volunteers
in Exchange for Free Program Admission!

The ABA Center for CLE is looking for law student volunteers for the following programs:

Volunteers will be able to attend all sessions and networking events at no cost.  Space is limited so please contact Courtney Anderson at Courtney.Anderson@americanbar.org or 312.988.6210 as soon as possible!


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