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Securities Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc. which enables students to earn additional credits. Students should submit their resume, a copy of their transcript, a writing sample and a cover letter by 5:30 p.m. on Friday April 9th 2004. Interested applicants can submit this information to Professor Guttman's mailbox in room 465 or to his Sr. Legal Assistant, Carolyn Wright in room 325. During the semester students will be meeting with Professor Guttman to discuss recent developments in securities law every other week for approximately one hour.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SECURITIES DEALERS (NASD) Students who have completed the course on Securities Regulation or are going to have complete this course by the end of the Spring semester 2004, are invited to apply for participation in a three credit externship at the National Association of Securities Dealers for the Fall 2004 semester. [Law-784] Students will be expected to work with an attorney on the staff of the NASD two hundred and ten hours (210) for three credits. Students participating in this Program also will have to enroll in an advanced securities law seminar, such as Regulation of Securities Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc. which enables students to earn additional credits. Students interested should submit their resume, a copy of their transcript, and a cover letter along with a writing sample by 5:30 p.m. on, Friday, April 9th 2004 to Professor Guttman's mailbox in room 465 or to his Sr. Legal Assistant, Carolyn Wright in room 325. Students accepted by the NASD for this externship will also meet with Professor Guttman every alternative week to discuss recent developments in securities law.

EXTERNSHIP WITH THE SECURITIES INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (SIA) I would like to draw the attention of students who have completed Securities Regulation or are going to complete this course by the end of the Spring semester 2004, that students so qualified can apply for participation in a two or three credit externship at the Securities Industry Association (SIA) for the Fall 2004 semester. Students will be expected to work with an attorney on the staff of the SIA for one hundred and forty hours (140) for two credits or two hundred and ten hours (210) for three credits. Students participating in this Program also will have to enroll in an advanced securities law seminar, such as Regulation of Securities Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc. which enables students to earn additional credits. Students selected by the SIA will also meet with Professor Guttman to discuss recent developments in securities law every two weeks for approx. one hour. Students interested should submit their resume, a copy of their transcript, and a cover letter along with a writing sample by 5:30 p.m. on Friday April 9th 2004 to Professor Guttman, mailbox in room 465 or to his Sr. Legal Assistant, Carolyn Wright in room 325.

EXTERNSHIP WITH THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE (NYSE) The New York Stock Exchange Office in Washington, D.C., has indicated a desire to have students who have completed Securities Regulation or are going to complete this course by the end of the Spring semester 2004, apply for participation in a two or three credit externship at their office for the Fall 2004 semester. Students will be expected to work with an attorney on the staff of the NYSE for one hundred and forty hours (140) for two credits or two hundred and ten hours (210) for three credits. Students participating in this Program should also enroll in an advanced securities law seminar, such as Regulation of Securities Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc. which enables students to earn additional credits. Students accepted by the NYSE will also meet with Professor Guttman every other week to discuss recent developments

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