EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES

Apr. 23: Ann Burgess: The Forensic Nurse Behind Mindhunter

April 23, 2020 5:30-7:30 PM NYU Langone Health Center 550 First Avenue Farkas Auditorium New York, New York, 10016 Ann Burgess DNSc, APRN, BC, FAAN pioneered the assessment and treatment of trauma in rape victims in the 1970s. She co-founded […]

Mar. 6 Deadline: Ed Mendrzycki Essay Contest

Since 1998, the ABA’s Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability has hosted an essay contest for law students and young lawyers encouraging scholarship and innovative research and writing in the area of legal malpractice law, professional liability insurance, and loss […]

Deadline: Feb. 20 Model WTO 2020 Conference

The Model WTO is the biggest simulation of the WTO negotiations which will take place from the 2nd to the 9th of April 2020 in St. Gallen and Geneva, at the Graduate Institute and the WTO Headquarters. The conference aims to bring […]

Volunteer Opportunity: Coach the Next Generation of Lawyers

The 2nd Circuit’s Civic Education Committee “Justice for All: Courts and the Community – A Civic Education Initiative of the Federal Courts of the Second Circuit” is looking for one or two NYU Law students to coach a mock trial […]

Mental Health Law and Justice Association (MHLJA) Toiletries Drive 2/18-3/23

Please join the Mental Health Law and Justice Association in raising awareness and giving back to the greater Washington Square Community! Homelessness is a visible problem in this neighborhood, and it disproportionately impacts those with mental health care needs. Between […]

Volunteer Opportunity: Coach the Next Generation of Lawyers

The 2nd Circuit’s Civic Education Committee “Justice for All: Courts and the Community – A Civic Education Initiative of the Federal Courts of the Second Circuit” is looking for one or two NYU Law students to coach a mock trial […]

Volunteer Opportunity: Coach the Next Generation of Lawyers

The 2nd Circuit’s Civic Education Committee “Justice for All: Courts and the Community – A Civic Education Initiative of the Federal Courts of the Second Circuit” is looking for one or two NYU Law students to coach a mock trial […]

Volunteer Opportunity: Coach the Next Generation of Lawyers

The 2nd Circuit’s Civic Education Committee “Justice for All: Courts and the Community – A Civic Education Initiative of the Federal Courts of the Second Circuit” is looking for one or two NYU Law students to coach a mock trial […]

Brooklyn Public Library Seeking Note Takers

During 2020, Brooklyn Public Library will be working on a nearly year-long project claiming its role as a civic space and thought leader.  The project, entitled the 28th Amendment, involves BPL inviting the public to collectively provide input for the […]

Brooklyn Public Library Seeking Note Takers

During 2020, Brooklyn Public Library will be working on a nearly year-long project claiming its role as a civic space and thought leader.  The project, entitled the 28th Amendment, involves BPL inviting the public to collectively provide input for the […]

Jan 6. Deadline: Women in M&A Trip to Laguna Beach

Calling all 1L Women! The American Bar Association’s Women in M&A Sub-Committee invites you to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to the next meeting of the American Bar Association’s M&A Committee, which will be held in Laguna Beach, CA from […]

Tomorrow: Automation and AI in Arbitration: State of Play and Ethical Considerations in the US and Europe Seminar

Technical innovations are developing fast in the legal industry. Digitalization of new areas and automatization solutions are becoming more and more common. Addressing the complex intersection of law and technology requires knowledge of law, technology and ethics. This is true of all […]

Brooklyn Public Library Seeking Note Takers

During 2020, Brooklyn Public Library will be working on a nearly year-long project claiming its role as a civic space and thought leader.  The project, entitled the 28th Amendment, involves BPL inviting the public to collectively provide input for the […]

Jan 6: Women in M/A Trip to Laguna Beach

Calling all 1L Women! The American Bar Association’s Women in M&A Sub-Committee invites you to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to the next meeting of the American Bar Association’s M&A Committee, which will be held in Laguna Beach, CA from […]

Brooklyn Public Library Seeking Note Takers

During 2020, Brooklyn Public Library will be working on a nearly year-long project claiming its role as a civic space and thought leader.  The project, entitled the 28th Amendment, involves BPL inviting the public to collectively provide input for the […]

Jan 6: Women in M/A Trip to Laguna Beach

Calling all 1L Women! The American Bar Association’s Women in M&A Sub-Committee invites you to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to the next meeting of the American Bar Association’s M&A Committee, which will be held in Laguna Beach, CA from […]

Jan 6: Women in M/A Trip to Laguna Beach

Calling all 1L Women! The American Bar Association’s Women in M&A Sub-Committee invites you to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to the next meeting of the American Bar Association’s M&A Committee, which will be held in Laguna Beach, CA from […]

Dec. 9: New York Bar Foundation Diversity Summer Fellowship in Health Law Deadline

Value: $5,000           Deadline: December 9, 2019 One fellowship will be awarded to a law student who is currently enrolled in a law school in the State of New York to work in Health law positions in the public sector in […]

Dec. 9: New York Bar Foundation Diversity Summer Fellowship in Health Law Deadline

Value: $5,000           Deadline: December 9, 2019 One fellowship will be awarded to a law student who is currently enrolled in a law school in the State of New York to work in Health law positions in the public sector in […]

Dec. 2: C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship Deadline

C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship The C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship provides scholarships to law school students who are residents of New York City, demonstrate character, intelligence, and promising aptitude for the law, and face a special economic disadvantage (including lack of […]

TODAY: Scholarship Deadline

C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship The C. Bainbridge Smith Scholarship provides scholarships to law school students who are residents of New York City, demonstrate character, intelligence, and promising aptitude for the law, and face a special economic disadvantage (including lack of […]

Nov. 22: Three New York Bar Foundation Scholarship and Fellowship Applications Due

The New York Bar Foundation is currently accepting applications for the following scholarships: The Real Property Law Section Melvyn Mitzner Scholarship Value: $5,000                        Deadline: November 22, 2019 One scholarship is awarded to a second year (2L) or third year […]

Oct. 21: Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline

The Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications. Past scholarships have ranged from $2,500- $7,500 in recent years. Applicants should confirm the scholarship amount with the Bar Foundation directly. The scholarship will be granted to female 2L […]

Oct. 21: Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline

The Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications. Past scholarships have ranged from $2,500- $7,500 in recent years. Applicants should confirm the scholarship amount with the Bar Foundation directly. The scholarship will be granted to female 2L […]

Oct. 21: Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline

The Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications. Past scholarships have ranged from $2,500- $7,500 in recent years. Applicants should confirm the scholarship amount with the Bar Foundation directly. The scholarship will be granted to female 2L […]

Oct. 11: The Local and State Government Law Section Carol Van Scoyoc Scholarship Deadline

Value: $5,000         Deadline: October 11, 2019 One scholarship will be awarded to a law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York who best exemplifies the core values important to Carol Van Scoyoc, Esq., […]

Defenders – “First Monday in October” Mock Supreme Court Argument – Altitude Express v. Zarda

Office of the Appellate Defender, Inc. (OAD) a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing high-quality client centered appellate and post-conviction representation to indigent persons appealing felony convictions, is hosting its 26th Annual First Monday in October, a mock Supreme Court […]

Oct. 11: The Local and State Government Law Section Carol Van Scoyoc Scholarship Deadline

Value: $5,000         Deadline: October 11, 2019 One scholarship will be awarded to a law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York who best exemplifies the core values important to Carol Van Scoyoc, Esq., […]

Oct. 21: Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline

The Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications. Past scholarships have ranged from $2,500- $7,500 in recent years. Applicants should confirm the scholarship amount with the Bar Foundation directly. The scholarship will be granted to female 2L […]

Office of the Appellate Defenders – “First Monday in October” Mock Supreme Court Argument – Altitude Express v. Zarda

Office of the Appellate Defender, Inc. (OAD) a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing high-quality client centered appellate and post-conviction representation to indigent persons appealing felony convictions, is hosting its 26th Annual First Monday in October, a mock Supreme Court […]