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Sunday, April 26th, 2015


MSU Law - Trial Advocacy Board
Wednesday, April 15th - Monday, April 27th

For students interested in trial, we've added more tryout and interview sessions to the TWEN site for April 19. Selected candidates will be informed by April 27. Those selected must enroll in the Fall 2015 - Trial Practicum Course. Standout performers will earn the chance to be selected to and participate nationwide for the MSU Law - Trial Advocacy Board! If you've a scheduling conflict, please contact me.
Jeremiah Smith,

First Amendment Clinic Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2015

First Amendment Clinic
Friday, April 17th - Wednesday, May 6th

Do you believe in free speech? Do you like to teach? The First Amendment Clinic will be accepting student applications until May 6. Clinic students teach workshops to high school journalists and provide legal advice on student press issues, social media law, libel and privacy law, and copyright issues. If you are interested please submit a resume and statement of interest to Professor Nancy Costello at by May 6.
Nancy Costello,

Alternative Spring Break Interest Form

MSU Law Alternative Spring Break
Tuesday, April 21st - Wednesday, May 13th

Throughout February and March 2015, the Help 100 Campaign helped over 120 low-income individual and families file their tax returns for 2014. if you have ANY interest in participating during Spring Break 2016, please fill out this form so that we may reach out to your throughout the summer with more details. NO TAX EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Please see form for more information.
Irene Mo,

The Student Bar Association's CSO Student Survey

Student Bar Association
Tuesday, April 21st - Tuesday, April 28th

We would like to invite you to take "The Student Bar Association's CSO Student Survey": It will help us facilitate better communications with the administration on issues and concerns of the student body. It is only 10 questions and anonymous; however, please remember to give productive feedback that the school can use to effectively develop the office's role!
Tyler Seling,

Hiring: Communications Assistant

Communications Office
Friday, April 24th - Friday, May 8th

The MSU Law Communications Office seeks self-directed students with excellent interpersonal skills and strong writing/editing skills. Basic photography and Photoshop are a plus. Communications Assistants work 10-20 hours/week, are paid $10 per hour, and must be work-study eligible. The Communications Office is a fun, energetic environment, with frequent snacks. Positions can start in the summer or the fall semester. Interested? Submit your resume and cover letter by May 8.
Kelly Kussmaul,

Library Access During Exams

John F. Schaefer Law Library
Monday, April 20th - Monday, April 27th
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Law College Lobby

The Law Library will begin distributing study passes to non-law students, and checking law student ID's, on Monday, April 20 at 11:00am in the lobby. Please remember to show your law student ID card before entering the Library during exam time. Stop by and see us at the Reference Desk with any questions. Thank you for your cooperation. We wish you great success on your Spring 2015 law school exams!
Robin Doutre,

Seeking Teaching Assistants

David Thronson
Friday, April 24th - Monday, April 27th

Now accepting applications for teaching assistant positions for Fall 2015 Civil Procedure course. To apply, please send a brief statement of interest and resume to David Thronson by April 27, 2015.
David Thronson,

Tax Clinic Summer Applications

MSU Tax Clinic
Friday, April 24th - Friday, May 1st

The Tax Clinic is still accepting applications for the summer. The clinic provides the opportunity to work with real clients to help resolve their issues. Please visit the clinic website to download the application.
Jesse Alvarez,

[Updated] FREE ABA Membership for Law Students

Student Bar Association
Thursday, April 23rd - Wednesday, May 13th

Membership in the American Bar Association is now free for all law students! Benefits include access to: the ABA Job Board, many of the ABA's sections and divisions, member-only discounts, Free Career Advice Services, etc. If you are already an ABA member, your membership will renew for free in August. Please visit the link below to sign up for a membership. In Step 2: Membership Type, select “in an ABA-approved law school.” For more information, please contact MSU Law's ABA Liaison, Irene Mo.
Irene Mo,

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