Stop by the Russo Student Lounge starting Thursday, Sept. 23 to 'leaf' your mark on our Community Tree, a participatory art project. We invite you to add your own leaves to the project, or just read what others have contributed. Place leaves: in the roots, to describe a self-care/resilience practice that grounds you on the […]
Set an intention. Stop by the law library second floor lounge to mindfully reflect on your intention(s) for the year, and memorialize your intention to a bookmark. Craft supplies, resources, and sweet treats will be available throughout the week at this self-led intention-setting station.
This hands-on workshop will teach participants how to plan and carry out effective policy-related legal research from start to finish, including how to research secondary sources, statutes, regulations, cases, and policy resources, as well as how to conduct effective full-text searching within online databases. This workshop is excellently suited for anyone interested in improving their […]
Legal resumes have a distinct format. We'll help you tailor your resume to emphasize your skills and experience for the legal market.
Registration is required in order to receive Zoom details. The State Bar of California has approved this program for 1.0 of general MCLE credit. Certification from other states may be sought; however, approved hours may vary. Contact your local bar for more information. Join Beth Brinkmann, partner at Covington & Burling, Kyle Hawkins, partner at […]
We want to invite all who are interested (especially the 1Ls and Advanced Degree students, welcome!) to the excitement that is this year’s SLS Musical Writer’s Meetings! Whether you’re an experienced comedic writer, hoping to become one, or just looking to get a better sense of what this community is about and have a laugh, […]