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Students interested in participating in our regional interview programs and consortia must attend this session in order to sign up.

Thursday, April 8 - From the Candidate's Mouth: Hear from your fellow classmates about their experience with Fall Recruitment. Learn about interviewing techniques, the do's and don'ts of the interview process, and how to secure employment through venues other than on-campus interviews. This panel will be held in room 603 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. You don't want to miss this highly informative session! (There will also be a third training session on our new recruiting software, eCampus Recruiter from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM in Room 603 on Thursday.)

If you have questions or concerns regarding any of these sessions, please contact Kenya Anthony, Recruitment Coordinator, at x4095 or via email at kanthony@wcl.american.edu. **********************************************************

Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Summer Internship Program The Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association (WMACCA) is very pleased to invite students from the Washington College of Law to apply to participate in our first summer internship program. WMACCA is proud to launch this program with support from the Minority Corporate Counsel Association. The internships will last for at least eight weeks and WMACCA will provide a stipend of $2000.

If you are interested in applying for a WMACCA internship, please come to the Office of Career Services to pick up an application, or go to http://wcl.american.edu/ocs/pdf/wmacca.pdf for a pdf of the application. Please return the application to the Office of Career Services no later than 4:00pm, March 26, 2004.

********************************************************** The Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco is accepting applications until March 16 for one-year legal research assistant positions. Most legal research assistants are assigned as law clerks in the Civil Division, Office of the Presiding Judge, Law and Motion Department, or the Appellate Department. A smaller number of legal research assistants are assigned to the Criminal Division. Applicants should submit one original and one copy of all the following documents: (1) complete, signed, and dated Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, Legal Research Assistant application (available in OCS and on the court website); (2) resume; (3) law school transcript; (4) three letters of recommendation; and (5) writing sample of not more than three pages in length. The court prefers that all materials be submitted in one package to: 400 McAllister Street, Room 205, San Francisco, CA 94102.


Summer Living in New York Program The New York University School of Law is making student apartment-style residences available to summer interns and associates working in the New York business and legal communities! For more information and to join their mailing list, visit http://www.law.nyu.edu/depts/housing/summerliving/ , or email law.slny@nyu.edu.



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