3L Weekly Docket

This week’s 3L Weekly Docket contains job opportunities such as the DOJ Honors Program, a first-year real estate associate position at Seyfarth Shaw in Chicago, and an entry-level Juvenile Rights Staff Attorney position at the Legal Aid Society of New York. The docket also contains a DOJ webinar designed to help you optimize your honors program applications and an invitation to an ABA Diversity in the Judiciary panel discussion in July. Please contact the CDO for help with applications.

DOJ Honors Program, September 4 Deadline


If you would like an entry-level attorney job with the Department of Justice after law school, the DOJ Honors program is the only route in. The application is pretty involved with several essays so get started early. I am here to help!

Read more and apply here.

DOJ Webinar on Monday, July 30


Here is how you login to the webinar:

Meeting Name:          2018 HP and SLIP Webinar

URL Link:                     https://ecs.acms.com/dojhpslip/

Room Passcode:        10200

2019 First-Year Real Estate Attorney, Seyfarth Shaw, Chicago


Seyfarth Shaw LLP, an international law firm with more than 900 attorneys, is seeking an entry-level Real Estate attorney (JD expected in May 2019 with a September 2019 start) for the Chicago office. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated interest in real estate law (e.g., work experience, real estate law courses, certificate program). Excellent academic credentials and strong analytical, verbal and written communication skills are required.

Read more and apply here.

Juvenile Rights Practice Entry-Level Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society, New York, Application opened up July 16 and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis


The Legal Aid Society’s Juvenile Rights Practice (JRP) has openings in several of its trial offices for the Fall 2019 Class of entry-level Staff Attorneys. JRP provides legal representation to children, ages 0 to 21, who are before New York City Family Courts on child welfare, PINS (Persons-in-Need-of-Supervision), juvenile delinquency, and termination of parental rights petitions. JRP attorneys practice in an inter-disciplinary team with social workers, paralegals, and investigators.

Read more and apply here

Chicago Free Panel Discussion: ABA Judicial Division’s Standing Committee on Diversity in the Judiciary: August 1, RSVP by July 30

Panelists will include an array of legal and judicial professionals as they discuss the #MeToo movement, its effects in and on the judiciary, and how those in the legal profession can help.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Program: 6:00—7:30 pm
Reception: 7:30—8:30 pm

Loyola University Chicago, Corboy Law Center
Ceremonial Courtroom / 10th Floor,
25 E. Pearson St.
Chicago, Illinois, 60611

RSVP here by July 30. 


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