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     A PUBLICATION OF THE SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER CAREER DEVELOPMENT OFFICE


                                                                                       Week of March 31, 2008
                                                                      Lunch and Learn Sessions
                                           Wednesday, April 2, 2008, 12:00 Noon, Faculty Study
         Robert C. Levine, Esq.
 Assistant Dean for Career Development
                                           Real Estate Law – The Florida Bar Real Property & Trust Section
           Sharon Booth, Esq.              presents this Lunch and Learn with panelists: Pamela Anselmo, Esq.,
Director of Public Interest Programs and
            Disability Services
                                           Becker & Poliakoff, and Robert Siesholtz, Esq., Vice President,
          Rachel Mayover, Esq.             Underwriting Counsel, LandAmerica Financial Group.
Associate Director of Career Development
           Britney Green, Esq.
Assistant Director of Career Development   Thursday, April 10, 2008, 12:00 Noon, Faculty Study
           Catherine Zografos              National Association of Women Lawyers ―NAWL‖ – Backpack to
         Administrative Assistant
                                           Briefcase Presentation
Telephone 954-262-6124                                                     Lunch will be served at all sessions.
Fax       954-262-3831
Email:    cardev@nsu.law.nova.edu
                                                                             Deadline: April 4, 2008
Office Hours                                Summer Fellowships Available for Public Interest Work
Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday          8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.     If you are planning to volunteer at least 200 hours at a non-profit or
                                           government agency this summer, you are eligible to apply for one of the
                                           Law Center’s summer fellowships!
                                           1.     The Rebecca Knox Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship is for
                                           students who will be volunteering at Legal Aid (and other similar non-profit
                                           organizations).
                                           2.     The Public Service Summer Fellowship is for students who will
                                           volunteer with government agencies such as the Public Defender and State
                                           Attorney.
                                           3.      The Feinrider Summer Fellowship is for students volunteering in the
                                           area of international human rights.
                                           Deadline is April 4th. For more information and application instructions,
                                           stop by the CDO to pick up a brochure.

                                                                           Deadline: April 9, 2008
                                                                  Cocktail Reception for 1L Minority Students
                                                                   Arnstein & Lehr - Thursday, April 10, 2008
                                           Arnstein & Lehr is committed to increasing its ethnic and racial diversity
                                           and has developed a number of programs to attract candidates of color to
                                           the firm. As part of this initiative, Arnstein & Lehr is hosting a cocktail
                                           reception on Thursday, April 10, 2008, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


                                             SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
                                   Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                                           (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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The reception is open to first year law students who are self-identified as African-
American, Asian-American/Pacific-islander, Hispanic/Latino/a or Native American. This is
an excellent opportunity to learn more about the firm and meet local, practicing
attorneys.
Arnstein & Lehr has offices in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton,
Tampa, Chicago and Hoffman Estates, Illinois, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The firm
consists of more than 100 attorneys practicing in five main service groups—business,
litigation, local government, personal services and real estate.
Please RSVP to Carey Mansfield, Administrator, by email, at clmansfield@arnstein.com on
or before Wednesday, April 9, 2008.

                               First Twenty 1Ls (3.0 GPA)
                      Kluger Peretz Kaplan & Berlin Law Firm Night
                                 Thursday, April 10, 2008
This growing, downtown Miami law firm is inviting 20 first-year (1L) Nova law students to
its’ annual Firm Night. This firm interviews 2Ls on campus in the Fall and wants to
showcase its’ offices, attorneys and practice areas at a reception for the first 20 1Ls to
reply to this email. However, you must have at least a 3.0 GPA to be eligible to attend this
event.
This is an aggressive, well-respected firm that only hires hard-working ―go getters‖ that
have superior academic credentials, can learn fast and take initiative. Before registering,
please review the firm website at www.kpkb.com.
The event will take place at the firm’s office at The Miami Center, 201 S. Biscayne Blvd.,
Suite 1700, Miami, FL 33131, on THURSDAY, APRIL 10TH AT 5:30 P.M. Light refreshments
will be served.
There will be a presentation in the firm’s conference room and then you’ll be given an
opportunity to network and mingle with some of the firm’s attorneys. Please note that
this is not a recruiting event, so you do not need to bring your resume with you.
Please remember that alcohol will be served, and that this is a professional gathering. In
addition, the firm will be serving light hors d’oeuvres.
PARKING: You can valet park at the Hotel Intercontinental (adjacent to the Miami Center),
or valet park at the Miami Center (Kluger’s building) and Kluger Peretz will validate your
parking. Don’t forget to bring your parking card when you go upstairs to the event so the
firm can stamp it.
ATTIRE: Suits (professional dress) is required.
HOW TO REGISTER: Go into Easelaw and click on the Career Calendar icon and you'll
see the event listed there. Click on the event and you'll see a button that says ―Sign Up‖
at the bottom of the page. The first 20 1L’s (with at least a 3.0 GPA) to Register will
receive an e-mail confirmation once 20 students have signed up. Note that once the event
has 20 students registered, Easelaw will not allow you to Register.


                           SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
                 Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                         (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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** IF YOU SIGN UP, YOU MUST ATTEND. FAILURE TO ATTEND REFLECTS POORLY ON
THE LAW SCHOOL, AND MAY PREVENT YOU FROM PARTICIPATING IN OTHER CDO
SPONSORED ACTIVITIES AND INTERVIEW PROGRAMS. DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS
FUNCTION IF IT CONFLICTS WITH YOUR CLASS TIME. **

                                   Deadline: April 8, 2008
                       Bar Scholarship (If you are graduating May 2008)
If you are graduating in May 2008 and you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for
a scholarship that will allow you to study full time.
Criteria:
    1. Grade point average between 2.6 and 3.0.
    2. Need defined as ―would otherwise have to work between graduation and the Bar
        exam.‖
    3. The scholarship amount is sufficient to permit the student to leave her/his job
        between graduation and the Bar exam.**
    4. Certify that the scholarship amount of $5,000 is sufficient to permit him or her to
        forego all employment between graduation and the Bar exam.
    5. Submit a completed Bar Scholarship application, including written promises to
        forego employment between graduation and the Bar exam and to participate in the
        Florida Bar Auxiliary Program offered by CSP.
    6. Provide a written commitment to support the fund in the future.
   ** (Evening students currently working full time may work a minimal amount of time
      during their Bar studies if necessary to maintain health care benefits.)

You must submit all completed application materials electronically by 5:00 p.m., April 8,
2008. Materials include the Application, and Student and Employer certification forms.

Your name will serve as your electronic signature. If you are awarded the scholarship,
you will need to schedule a time to sign up with dean harrison for the Florida Bar
Auxiliary Program offered by CSP and, at that meeting, submit a hardcopy of your
application with original signatures from you and your employer/supervisor.
You will find the information and application materials on the Winter 2008
Commencement webpage.
http://www.nsulaw.nova.edu/commencement/index.cfm.

If you have any questions, please contact Janet Mosseri, Associate Dean for Student
Affairs, at 954-262-6122 or email mosserij@nsu.law.nova.edu.

                               Deadline: April 15, 2008
                                     1Ls and 2Ls
                      Young Law yer Division Florida Bar Scholarships
The Young Lawyer Division Awards Committee is currently accepting applications for
scholarships! This year, twenty (20) scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each will be
awarded. To be eligible, a student must be enrolled in an ABA-accredited Florida law
school. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need. Applicants must


                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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submit a completed application, letter of recommendation and a copy of their current law
school transcript. Applications may be downloaded from the YLD website at:
http://www.flayld.org/scholarships/ . Deadline for applications is April 15, 2008!

                                     2009-2010
                      Minnesota Supreme Court and Court of Appeals
The Minnesota Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are recruiting for law clerks for the
2009-2010 term and are conducting separate recruiting processes with different
application deadlines and interview dates as noted on their website at www.mncourts.gov.
Students applying for either one of the courts, or both, must indicate which court(s) they
are applying for by checking the appropriate response in the section at the top of the
application form. For more requirement information, how to apply and to download an
application, go to http://www.mncourts.gov/?page=1552.          The minimum academic
requirement for application is enrollment as a second-year law student; graduation from
accredited law school is required at time of employment. Application deadline for the
Minnesota Supreme Court Law Clerk Position is July 18, 2008; and for the Court of
Appeals, August 20, 2008.

                                  Florida House of Representatives
                                      Legislative Intern Program
The Florida House of Representatives is now accepting applications for the 2008-09
Legislative Intern Program. The program begins on September 2, 2008 and ends on May
29, 2009. Legislative Interns are paid $13.00 an hour.
The Legislative Intern Program gives interested young people an opportunity to participate
in the legislative process and public policy making. Participants in the program are
assigned to House councils, committees, and, on a limited basis, leadership offices under
the guidance of senior House staff. Their assignments may include research projects, bill
drafting and analysis, oversight investigations, and other tasks relating to policy areas.
From September 2 through January 31, participants work 20 hours per week. Beginning
February 1 through May 29, participants may work up to 40 hours per week to assist with
the demanding workload. In addition, the House of Representatives will pay for up to 24
hours of graduate tuition at State of Florida in-state rates during the three semesters of the
internship (Fall ’08, Spring ’09, Summer ’09).
To be eligible for the program, applicants must be a Florida resident or be enrolled in a
Florida school at the time of application. Applicants must have received their bachelor’s
degree prior to beginning the internship.
The application form, recommendation forms and directions for submitting an application
are available on the website www.myfloridahouse.gov, click on General Information, scroll
down to Applications and Opportunities, click on the Legislative Intern Program.
Deadline: May 16, 2008.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please call Beverly Broussard,
Coordinator,    Legislative   Intern    Program      at    850-487-2290,     or    email
beverly.broussard@myfloridahouse.gov.



                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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                                             Reminder
                                        December 2007 Grads
                                          Graduate Survey
If you have secured a job, please complete all information about your prospective
employment. If you do not yet have a job, please complete the survey by providing
updated contact information including a non-Nova email address. All information supplied
in the survey is confidential. The survey only takes a few minutes to complete and helps us
help you and your colleagues in job searches and salary negotiations. The CDO thanks
you for your assistance.

                                         Vermont Law School
                                         Summer 2008 Session
For Summer 2008, the Vermont Law School offers more than thirty courses in
environmental law and policy, energy issues, plus general law courses in evidence and
corporations, in two, three, four and eight-week courses. Students may earn a Master of
Studies in Environmental Law or an LL.M. in Environmental Law. For more information,
visit www.vermontlaw.edu/summer.

                                  Chapman University
                             Summer Institute in Public Law
                           Summer Session May 21-July 28, 2008
The Summer Institute in Public Law at Chapman University School of Law offers a unique
opportunity for students to learn the inner workings of public law, with a focus on local
government law or legislative advocacy (lobbying). Participating students will earn 2 to 7
units in a joint classroom and externship environment. In addition to the Institute in Public
Law, students may choose from a full complement of summer courses at the School of
Law. Courses may include Remedies, Toxic Torts, Pre-Trial Practice, Client Counseling,
Mediation and more. For more information about the summer programs at Chapman,
please contact Ronald L. Steiner, Director of Graduate, Summer & Joint Degree Programs,
at 714-628-7356, toll free 1-877-CHAPLAW, or by email steiner@chapman.edu.               The
summer session schedule will be posted in late Spring on the school’s website
www.chapman.edu/law. Application package is available in the Career Development Office.

                                        1Ls and 2Ls
                             The White House Internship Program
The Office seeks 1Ls and 2Ls for approximately 100 unpaid Summer and Fall 2008
internships. Internships are full-time, but part-time may be considered. The summer
program runs from May 20 to August 15. Fall program is from August 26 to December 12.
Placements are available for various offices. Deadline for Summer 2008 was Tuesday,
February 26, 2008. Deadline for Fall 2008 is Tuesday, June 3, 2008. Application process:
White House Internship Application, list of four preferred placements, resume and 3 letters
of recommendation. For further information, requirements and application, click on
www.whitehouse.gov/intern.

                                 Public Interest Law Initiative
                     Paid 2008 Summer Internship Opportunities in Chicago
Public Interest Law Initiative announces the following paid 2008 Summer Internship


                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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opportunities in Chicago: Family Law, Civil Rights, children’s rights, environmental law,
social justice issues, immigration law, disability rights, Fair Housing law, LGBT rights, and
other legal issues. $5,000 for ten weeks; twenty different host agencies. For more
information and to apply online, visit www.pili-law.org.

                              Judicial Law Clerk Positions - New Jersey
The New Jersey Judiciary is recruiting to fill approximately 480 law clerk positions for the
Court Year 2008-2009. Please view the website at www.njcourtsonline.com for the recently
published announcement of clerkship opportunities commencing September 1, 2008 and
ending August 31, 2009. Current applications are being received for applicants interested
in working in the calendar year 2009. Law students are encouraged to submit a cover letter
and resume (with J.D. month/year) during or after their second semester of their second
year in law school to the Judiciary Human Resources Office, indicating the Court, Division,
and the County in which they would like to serve a clerkship, for distribution to justices
and all judges.          You may also e-mail your resume and cover letter to:
lawclerkresumes.mailbox@judiciary.state.nj.us.
Applicants may also apply directly to individual judges. More information, including a
listing of NJ judges, is available in the CDO.
The Judiciary website is: www.judiciary.state.nj.us.
The law clerk web page is: www.judiciary.state.nj.us/lawclerks/index.htm.

                      2007-2008 Government Honors and Internship Handbook
The 2007-2008 Government Honors and Internship Handbook is now available as a hard
copy in the Career Development Office and online. Please contact the CDO for the link to
the Handbook and the username and password (password protected).

                 Emory University Summer Intern Housing Program (SIHP)
                                  Atlanta, Georgia
Emory University is offering housing opportunity for law students and undergraduates
looking for summer internships, summer associate positions and other job opportunities.
Apartment facilities are available at the Clairmont Campus.                         Go to
http://www.emory.edu/sihp for more information and to download an application.
Applications are now available and priority will be given to those submitted before April 15,
2008.
                                Educational Housing Services (EHS)
                                     New York City, New York
The Educational Housing Services, Inc. (EHS), a New York not-for-profit organization, has
been serving the housing needs of students/faculty and interns in New York City since
1987.   EHS provides housing to more than 6,000 students and interns annually,
representing 300 separate institutions from around the world. For more details, go to
www.studenthousing.org and click on http://www.studenthousing.org/summer/ to view the
Summer Highlights video and see all of the Summer ’08 rate, residence and registration
information.

                                      BAR/BRI Patent Bar Review
Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center has again been selected to
participate in the Bar/Bri Patent Bar Review program this summer at a huge discount for


                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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law students. By enrolling a minimum of four or more students, each student will receive
HALF off of his or her tuition. After completing Bar/Bri Patent Bar Review, each student
will also receive $250 off Bar/Bri Bar Review and receive a total savings of over $1,000 on
Bar/Bri tuition. Website: www.patentbarbri.com.

                                      Patent Resources Group
The Patent Resources Group is offering Patent Bar Review Courses (classroom and video
preparation) at student pricing for a limited time only! Limited Time Student Offer:
Option 1 - $2,290 and Option 2 - $2,690. Upcoming classroom instruction for 2008 will be
held in: Chicago (March and August), New York City (May and October), Houston (June),
Boston (June), Southern California (July), San Francisco (November).        The August
course in Chicago follows directly on the heels of Loyola Chicago’s Patent Law Interview
Program. For more information, go to www.patentresources.com.

       Practising Law Institute’s (PLI) New Patent Bar Review Information Is Here
New brochures from Practising Law Institute are available in the CDO. They contain
information to this year’s Patent Bar Exam (live and homestudy). You may also go to their
website at www.patentbarreview.com.

                                  Subscription Increase
                                      All Students
                  Get the Daily Business Review Delivered to Your Home!
The discount subscription cost to the Daily Business Review has gone up. The special
rate for Nova law students is now $38.62 annually – Nova will still pay the difference!
Keep up with legal and business news that could help in your career planning and job
search. Important information about what the law firms are doing can be invaluable in
knowing which firms are growing, merging or expanding. Get an idea of what areas of the
law are hot and what are not. You’ll find information about the local courts and bar
association functions that you can attend while you are still a student. Contact the CDO
for more information.

                             New State Judicial Clerkship Guide!
                         Find State Clerkships Throughout the Country
The 2008 Guide to State Judicial Clerkships, compiled by the Vermont Law School, can be
accessed online.     Go to your Easelaw Homepage, under Quick Link Section, for
password. You can also view a hard copy of the guide in the CDO.

                                          Judicial Clerkships
For helpful information on how to prepare and apply for judicial clerkships go to
http://www.judicialclerkships.com/.

Fellowships
Fellowships are grants of money available to fund positions with public service
organizations. The funding may come from the public service organization itself to
support work at that organization or it may come from an independent source to fund a
project of the recipient’s choosing. Fellowships may be targeted for law students while
they are pursuing their law school careers or there may be post-graduation opportunities


                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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that last for one to two years. A variety of information about national fellowships can be
found at www.pslawnet.org.

               The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports thirty individuals a year
for up to two years of graduate study in any subject anywhere in the United States.
Students already in graduate school are eligible, though not past their second year. The
Fellowship provides $20,000 maintenance and half tuition wherever the Fellow attends.
Candidates must be either holders of Green Cards, naturalized citizens, or children of two
naturalized citizen parents. You may not be more than 30 years of age as of November 1,
2008. The competition is seeking leaders who can give evidence of creativity,
accomplishment, and commitment to the U.S. Constitution; and for whom graduate
education is relevant to their long-term career goals. The deadline is November 1, 2008 and
the announcement of the recipients will be in February. For more details and how to apply
stop by the Career Development Office. Website www.pdsoros.org.

Public Interest Law/Pro Bono Honor Program
                    Are You Volunteering with a Government Agency or
                              Public Interest Organization?
Don’t forget to register for the Pro Bono Honor Program in order to earn pro bono credit
and receive a graduation honor!
Registration and Log Forms are available in the Career Development Office and at
http://www.nsulaw.nova.edu/career/pilc/probono.cfm.

For more information, please contact Sharon Booth, Director of Public Interest Programs,
at boothsh@nsu.law.nova.edu.

Scholarships/Awards
                               Attorney-CPA Foundation Scholarships
The Attorney-CPA Foundation is pleased to announce the annual Attorney-CPA Foundation
Scholarships. The Foundation will award 14 scholarships in 2008 to law students who will
be graduating from law school in 2009.        Awards: 2 - $1,000 scholarships; 4 - $500
scholarships; 8 - $250 scholarships. Deadline: Application must be postmarked by April
16, 2008 to be considered for one of the 2008 awards. For criteria, entry forms and rules,
go to www.attorney-cpa.com/foundation. Contact Allen D. Webster, Scholarship Chairman,
at 802-864-5756 or the Foundation office at 888-288-9272.

Writing Competitions
                              Notre Dame Law School
                    Smith-Doheny Legal Ethics Writing Competition
Notre Dame Law School sponsors an annual writing competition on the topic of legal
ethics. Entries should concern any issue within the general category of legal ethics.
Coauthored essays may be submitted. A prize of $2,500 will be awarded for one winning
entry. All entries must be received before 5 p.m., Friday, April 25, 2008. Questions should


                        SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
              Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                      (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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be directed to Debbie Sumption, Assistant to John Robinson, Associate Dean, Notre Dame
Law School at 574-631-6749. For requirements and additional information, click on:
http://www.law.smu.edu/studentaffairs/writingcompetitions/2008NotreDameSmith-
DohenyWritingCompetition.aspx.

                         National Association of Women Lawyers
              Third Annual Selma Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition
The National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) has established the annual Selma
Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition to encourage and reward original law
student writing on issues concerning women and the law. Entrants should submit a paper
on an issue concerning women’s rights or the status of women in the law.
AWARD: The author of the first-place essay will receive a cash prize of $500. The winning
essay will be published in the NAWL Women Lawyers Journal in Summer 2008. For more
information please click HERE. Entries must be received by April 30, 2008.

                           International Association of Defense Counsel
                                  2008 Legal Writing Contest
The International Association of Defense Counsel announces its 2008 Legal Writing
Contest. Monetary prizes of $2,000 for first place, $1,000 for second, and $500 for third will
be awarded. Entries must be on a subject in the field of tort law, insurance law, civil
procedure, evidence or other areas of the law of practical concern to lawyers engaged in
the defense or management of the defense of civil litigation. Winning and honorable
mention entries will be made available to the IADC’s quarterly, Defense Counsel Journal,
for consideration for publication. Deadline: May 16, 2008. Contest announcement, rules,
writing guidelines, and entry forms are available on the IADC website at www.iadclaw.org;
http://www.iadclaw.org/contest.cfm.

Meetings/Conferences
                                   Broward County Bar Association
                                Free for All Law Students - Annual Dues
If you would like to be a member of the Broward County Bar Association, please fill out the
―New Member Student Application‖ form. Annual Dues are free. Practice Section
Membership is $10.00 per section.               To download application, click on:
http://www.nsulaw.nova.edu/career/cs/documents/careerconnection/bcba.pdf.

              Broward County Young Lawyers’ Section Luncheons and Events
                             Website: http://browardbar.org/yls/
Upcoming Luncheons
April 24, 2008 – Elections Luncheon – All interested persons should plan on attending.
May 22, 2008 – John ―Jay‖ White, President-Elect,The Florida Bar Association
        All upcoming luncheons for the Broward County Young Lawyers Section will be held at
                           12:00 Noon at the Tower Club in Fort Lauderdale.
                           Cost is $25 per person. NSU Law Students $20.
              Due to limited seating, it is always best to make a reservation by calling the
                                    Broward Bar at 954-764-8040.




                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
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Judicial Reception – Date Moved to May 1, 2008
The Judicial Reception will be held at the New River Rotunda, 200 East Las Olas
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, on Thursday, May 1, 2008.        Time: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Sponsorship opportunities available: supreme contributor $1,000 (8 tickets); justice
contributor $500.00 (4 tickets); barrister contributor $300.00 (2 tickets); and solicitor
contributor $150.00 (1 ticket). All sponsors will receive name displayed on signage at
event and recognition in the BCBA monthly newsletter, the Broward Barrister. Individual
tickets are $35.00 for members of the BCBA and $45.00 for non-members. Complimentary
for all members of the Judiciary.
Entrance tickets include complimentary hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and desserts. Make
checks payable to ―Young Lawyers Section-BCBA‖ and mail to Scott P. Chitoff, Esq.,
Brinkley, Morgan, Solomon, Tatum, Stanley, Lunny and Crosby, LLP, 200 East Las Olas
Boulevard,       Suite    1900,    Fort     Lauderdale,     FL      33301;      email
scott.chitoff@brinkleymorgan.com. RSVP via phone to Lynn Hudson at 954-522-2200.

Reciprocity
The Shepard Broad Law Center has a reciprocity agreement with ABA-accredited law
schools to allow NSU Law students and alumni who are seeking employment to use those
schools’ career services offices. If you are seeking employment in an area where a nearby
law school may be of assistance, give us a call. We will be happy to request reciprocity for
you. Please note that most law schools shut down reciprocity access during their Fall
activities. NSU DOES NOT ACCEPT RECIPROCITY STUDENTS FROM AUGUST 1st TO
NOVEMBER 15th.

Easelaw/Presto Job Board
             Use the following web address to access the Easelaw/Presto Job Board:
                                 www.easelaw.com/nsulaw/


                                   See you next week!




                         SHEPARD BROAD LAW CENTER  Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodwin, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831
 Office of Career Development
               Leo Goodw in, Sr., Hall, 3305 College Avenue  Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7721
                       (954) 262-6124 800-541-6682, Ext. 6124 Fax (954) 262-3831

				
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