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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...

Summer and fall law firm internships

This just in from local law firm Dunn & Phillips: The Law Offices of Dunn and Phillips Amherst is currently accepting applicants for both summer and fall positions in our firm. We have 2 opportunities for internships, one as a Legal Intern, and one as a Marketing Intern. Descriptions of the...

NSO 2017: Welcome to UMass Amherst!

Welcome incoming first-years and transfer students! If you’re already thinking about an eventual legal career, this post is for you. If you missed or can’t make one of the NSO Pre-Law info sessions (Mondays and Thursdays at 2:15 pm in Student Union Room 411), or you lost the printed handouts...

Call for Submissions: Washington Undergraduate Law Review

From the Washington Undergraduate Law Review at the University of Washington:Attention undergraduate students! The Washington Undergraduate Law Review (WULR) is looking for submissions! The WULR is an academic legal journal at the University of Washington that publishes law-related essays, research papers, and other written work by undergraduates. The law...

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—...

Interesting perspective on internships

From today’s New York Times:May 30, 2006Op-Ed ContributorTake This Internship and Shove ItBy ANYA KAMENETZMY younger sister has just arrived in New Orleans for the summer after her freshman year at Yale. She will be consuming daily snowballs, the local icy treat, to ward off the heat, volunteering to...

Internship: Youth Restorative Justice

We’ve just learned of a new internship opportunity—see below for the details. Note that even though the organization is located in Brattleboro (about 35 minutes north of Amherst), much of the work can be done remotely. This looks an especially good opportunity for those of you exploring the large...

Combating Violence with Law—UMass Lawyer-Alumni event

Combating Violence with Law— A Talk with UMass Alumni Attorney Sharon Stapel Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 pm 620 Thompson Sharon Stapel (Psych ‘91, CUNY Law ‘98) has spent her 20-year career working to end violence against women and members of the LGBT community.  During and after college, she was a dedicated advocate...

Mock jurors needed in Northampton

The Hampshire County Bar Association is looking for students to act as mock jurors for a training later this month. From Attorney Marissa Elkins, President of the bar association: This is a very important training to familiarize attorneys with new attorney-led jury selection procedures that have been put in place...

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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