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Law Career Talk: Intellectual Property and Patent Law

The following is a summary of a UMass lawyer-alumni career talk offered on March 31, 2005, sponsored by the UMass Pre-Law Advising Office.Panelists:Nicholas Triano, III, Mintz Levin, BostonBiochemistry and Chemistry, ‘83Suffolk Law, ‘91Joshua Grey, Bulkley Richardson & Gelinas, SpringfieldHistory, ‘97Northwestern Law, ‘01Q: How did you get into this area of...

Lawyers, law profs and law students—Mock Trial judges needed!

This November, the UMass Amherst Mock Trial team will host the Second Annual Thanksgiving Classic Invitational Tournament.  The team is currently looking for lawyers, law students (2d or 3d year preferred) and law profs to serve as judges for one or more trials. Judges will assess the competitors’ overall performance—...

Local law firm internships available

This just in from Dunn & Phillips, a law firm with offices in Amherst, right over on Fearing Street: The Law Offices of Dunn and Phillips (Amherst) is currently accepting applicants for positions in our firm. We have 2 opportunities for internships, one as a Legal Intern, and one as a...

Are you stressed yet?

Just a quick post here to highlight a new study from the Wisconsin State Bar about lawyer stress, or, as the article calls it, “compassion fatigue.”  The study found that [State Public Defender] attorneys reported significantly higher levels of compassion fatigue than administrative support staff and the general population,...

Lawyer-alum profile: Edward Kammerer (English and Political Science ‘03, Suffolk Law ‘06)

Edward Kammerer (English and Political Science ‘03, Suffolk Law ‘06, PhD, Law & Public Policy, Northeastern ‘13) Pre-Law Advisor University of Connecticut Storrs What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? Currently I am the Pre-Law Advisor at the University of Connecticut. I work with students considering law school and advise...

Guest post: When looking at law school, remember the cost!

I’m pleased to present the first of two guest posts from Radhika Singh Miller, who serves as program manager of educational debt relief and outreach at Equal Justice Works.  This week’s post is on debt reduction options for public interest and public service lawyers.  Next week’...

Criminal Justice Internships

From the Department of Sociology:Interested in a Criminal Justice Internship for Spring 2012 or beyond? Start planning NOW- Sheriff Garvey, director of CJ internships is meeting with interested students on Tuesdays from 3-5pm in Thompson Hall room 732. Recent placements have been in: - The Hampshire County Jail and House...

Lawyer-Alumni Networking Event - Thursday, Oct. 22nd

This coming Thursday, you’ll have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a number of UMass alumni who are currently practicing attorneys in a variety of fields.  To maximize the opportunity for individual connections, we will use a “speed-networking” format. Small groups of students will meet with each alumnus/a...

Why I’m happy UMass Law got accredited

If you’ve followed this blog, read even a little of my website, or just seen a few of the depressing articles I’ve linked to on Facebook, you know I’m not an uncritical booster of law school and legal careers in general.  In fact, I’m pretty...

Law nerd alert: Happy First Monday in October!

The first Monday in October marks the traditional start of the US Supreme Court term.  Two great resources can help you follow and make sense of the cases before the Court. The Legal Information Institute’s (LII) Supreme Court Bulletin is published by 2nd and 3rd year students at...

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