Take a look at all of the exciting events and programs sponsored by MABLSA by looking at our latest updates to our Flickr account!
Voice your thoughts in MABLSA's advocacy team's first twitter town hall of the year- A Social Medium Forum Addressing Effective Criminal Justice Reform on Wednesday, September 30 at 8 pm!
Hello MABLSA Family,
Below please find the link to register as participant and/or donor for the 2K Sickle Cell Walk/Run on at 3700 Koppers St., Baltimore, MD. Please choose "join a team" and join team MBLSA then complete the registration form as instructed.
Please note that team check in begins at (I will check in our team) and the walk/run begins at Registration is completely free! Donations are strongly encouraged!
If you have any questions concerning this event please feel free to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your service!
Director of Community Service
The Kenneth L. Schubert Jr. Diversity Fellowship honors one of our founders who was a champion of diversity in the profession. The fellowship will be offered to rising 2L student applicants. The Diversity Fellow will receive a paid 10-week summer associate position in our Seattle office between their second and third year of law school. For complete details, please click here. Applications must be received by .
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Mark your calendar's for the 2015 Leadership Retreat Weekend, August 21-23 at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of LAw. Here's a chance to develop your resume, interviewing capabilities, and leadership skills. RSVP to email@example.com.
Attention! If you are an evening student that graduates in 2017, Venable LLP is looking to interview you during the upcoming MABLSA Job Fair.
You have until this Friday, August 7th to submit your resume and bid on symplicity. You can find the posting on the NBLSA Simplicity website, under the job fair tab. Click on the drop down and select the option for "MABLSA Supplemental Session - Venable Evening Class of 2017 Students".
Reach out to Ebone' Dryver, our Job Fair Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office's General Counsel is hiring second-year law students for our 2016 summer associate program. Below is a letter with more information about the program and how interested students may apply.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, non-partisan federal
agency in the legislative branch. Often called the “congressional watchdog,” GAO researches
and investigates policy issues touching upon all aspects of the work of the federal government
in order to assist Congress in carrying out its core constitutional responsibilities. Our work leads
to laws and acts that improve government operations, saving the government and taxpayers
billions of dollars. Recently, the Partnership for Public Service (the Partnership) and
Washingtonian magazine included GAO in their 2014 lists of the best places to work. Among
mid-size federal agencies, GAO placed second overall and was rated number one in its support
of diversity by the Partnership in 2014.
Every summer, GAO’s Office of General Counsel (OGC) holds a Summer Associate Legal
Honors Program for second-year law students. The program is a primary hiring tool for building
OGC’s workforce of highly capable attorneys. Summer Associates who perform well may
receive offers of permanent employment. OGC gives its Summer Associates significant
responsibility by assigning them projects that are equivalent in complexity to those given to
OGC is especially proud of its inclusive workforce and support of diversity. This fall, we will
conduct on-campus interviews with students at 11 law schools and participate in two minority
job fairs: the Hispanic National Bar Association Career Fair and Black Law Student Association
Career Fair. Students who do not attend these schools or fairs may apply through our website.
We recently posted our summer recruiting announcement, and applications will be accepted
from July 13 through August 21. As part of OGC’s ongoing commitment to attract as many
qualified applicants as possible, including applicants with diverse backgrounds, outstanding
credentials, and a dedication to public service, we are seeking your assistance in spreading the
word to your affiliates about OGC and our highly rated work environment.
Visit our website at www.gao.gov/careers/attorneys.html to learn more about career
opportunities in OGC, or contact me at (202) 512-3072 or MotleyL@gao.gov. GAO’s Diversity
and Inclusion Statement, as well as our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, may be found at
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
Assistant General Counsel for Operations