In this issue you will find important information about the following topics listed below:
- Exam Room Assignments
- Committee of 51 – Wellness Discounts
- IMPORTANT ACTION NEEDED – Download Examplify for the Fall 2018 Exam Period
- 1L/2LE Application for the D.C. Law and Public Policy Program
- American Bar Association – Scholarship Program
- Fingerprinting for the PA Bar
- Army Court of Criminal Appeals
- ABA Business Law Clerkship Program – Applications due January 7th
- The Sarita and Claire Wright Lucas Foundation Scholarship – Applications due February 16th
- Spring 2019 School Designed Practicum – Updated List of Opportunities – Applications Open
Exam Room Assignments
Exam Room Assignments for the Fall 2018 can be found here: https://www.law.temple.edu/site/wp-content/uploads/Temple-Law-Fall-2018-Exam-Room-Assignments.pdf. Please also check the law school monitors for your exam room assignments.
IMPORTANT – TAKE ACTION – Exam Software Download Schedule Fall, 2018
The Committee of 51 hosted a wonderful wellness event and wanted to share some wellness opportunities/discounts with all of you. Enjoy!
1L/2LE Application Open for the Law and Public Policy Program in Washington, D.C.
Are you interested in the DC Program with Professor Knauer? Please note that the 1L/2LE Priority Deadline is January 11, 2019 and Final Deadline is January 25, 2019. We encourage you to submit your application by the Priority Deadline because demand for the Program typically exceeds the number of available spaces. For details about the program, please go to https://www.law.temple.edu/academics/experinetial/tlpp/. You can also view the information session that describes the Program here. Please contact Professor Knauer (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about the Program. Please apply both on the CPM and email your application materials to Professor Nancy J. Knauer (email@example.com). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and space is limited. If admitted to the Program, you will be asked to focus your job search for this summer solely in Washington, D.C. and discontinue your job search in any other locations.
American Bar Association – Sixth Annual Scholarship Program
The Health Law Section of the American Bar Association is pleased to announce the Sixth Annual Scholarship Program for law students interested in the health law field to attend the Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference on March 13-16, 2019 at the JW Marriott, Grande Lake in Orlando, FL. For more information and applications details visit the American Bar Association.
Fingerprinting for the PA Bar – New Procedure
Beginning in January 2019, the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners will require all applicants to the bar to submit their fingerprints to IdentoGo (the Company contracted by the State of Pennsylvania) in order to have their federal criminal history record provided to the PA Board for use in the character and fitness review. Applicants must submit their fingerprint to IdentoGo, and no other provider. IdentoGo has facilities across the state. Applicants must apply to the bar before they will be able to submit their fingerprints to the Board. The Board does not have a deadline for applicants to meet this requirement. However, like all other required documentation for admission, the faster the applicant does their part to complete the file, the earlier the file goes into the queue for initial approval or denial. A summary of the process will eventually be make available on the Board’s website.
Spring 2019 School Designed Practicum Courses – New Opportunities
ABA Business Law Section Diversity Clerkship Program
The ABA’s Business Law Section is now accepting applications for its Diversity Clerkship Program, a summer program that provides business law clerkship placements for qualified diverse first or second year law students. Participating clerks receive support and mentoring in the business law field and exposure to business practices. Roles and responsibilities of selected participants include researching cases, drafting memoranda and opinions, observing trials, and networking with local attorneys and judges. Participants receive a $3,000 stipend. Applications are due January 7, 2019.
The Sarita and Claire Wright Lucas Foundation Scholarship
The Sarita and Claire Wright Lucas Foundation Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program that makes annual monetary awards to qualified, outstanding graduating African-American female law students. Scholarships recipients are eligible to receive two separate categories of monetary awards (bar application and preparation and employment incentive) for a total of $10,000. Interested students can review the eligibility criteria, program description, and apply here by February 16, 2019.