Monthly Archives: August 2020


EMPLOYMENT update:

 For more information and to apply to the opportunities below, please visit Symplicity and be sure to CHECK PRIOR BLOG POSTS! You can narrow your search by utilizing the “Blog post categories”

 

EVISORT LEGAL TECH & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE FELLOWSHIP [DEADLINE: SEPT. 9, 2020]

Evisort is on a mission to change how companies interact with their most important legal documents, their incoming and outgoing contracts. The company was founded in 2016 out of Harvard Law and MIT research to develop artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to help companies rapidly and accurately mine contracts for data. Evisort’s AI understands meaning and context in legal language, virtually eliminating the need to screen contracts. Evisort helps companies to organize, understand, and extract data from their contracts. With Evisort, information locked away in documents becomes searchable, and key contract terms and important dates can be surfaced to the right people at the right time to accelerate legal review, reduce costs/risks and improve business compliance.

We are backed by some of the most prominent VC’s with Microsoft being a leading investor in our last round of financing. Come join us and help us revolutionize a multi-billion-dollar industry.

Evisort is searching for members of our 2020 Legal Tech & Business Development Fellowship. Fellows will develop skills in business development, marketing, and legal technology and are meant for candidates who have a strong interest in business. This is not a traditional legal internship. Fellowships can be extended through the summer on a case-by-case-basis. The role:

  • Partner with prospective clients at enterprises to evangelize Evisort’s AI solutions
  • Proficiently work remotely, joining client calls and internal meetings
  • Participate in deal making activities, like outreach and negotiation
  • Provide legal analysis in support of AI & new feature development

Who: Must be a 2L at an ABA-accredited law school

Requirements: Must be able to dedicate at least 5-10 hours a week with option to do more. Opportunity available to extend fellowship over the Summer and receive a full-time offer.

  • Skills:
    • Ability to explain complicated concepts succinctly and effectively
    • Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and working professionally with C-level executives of client organizations
    • Previous experiences in consulting, banking, venture capital, sales, or technology helpful, but not necessary

Submission components: (1) Resume and (2) include a cover sheet describing the following:

  • Do you have interest in a business side role?
  • Do you have interest in customer facing role?
  • Do you have interest working with the technology directly?
  • What do you hope to get out of the fellowship, and your motivation?

Complete details & Application: Available @ jobs.lever.co/evisort-2/ebdb5214-05cd-4a83-89f8-d840d7a3c1ea

 

EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS VIRTUAL CONFERENCE & CAREER FAIR [OCT. 22-24, 2020]

[REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPT. 18, 2020 BY 11:59 P.M. EDT]

The Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair is the largest national public interest legal career fair, bringing together more than 200 public interest employers to conduct interviews for full-time positions and internships.

More than 1,400 law students from over 150 law schools attend the conference to participate in workshops and informal “table talk” discussions, receive résumé advice, and network with fellow law students and legal professionals.

For law students & recent graduates: Just starting out in public interest law? The Conference and Career Fair is a one-stop shop for career growth, boasting prescheduled and informal interviews with 200+ employers, résumé reviews, workshops, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.

Our detailed guides to registering for the event and applying for prescheduled interviews are now available. Successful applicants will be permitted to sign up for interview times beginning on September 30.

Complete details: Available @ equaljusticeworks.org/conference-and-career-fair/about/

Additional information: Available @ equaljusticeworks.org/conference-and-career-fair/for-attendees/law-students-graduates/

Contact: Please email careerfair@equaljusticeworks.org with any questions

 

FBI SUMMER 2021 HONORS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM [DEADLINE: AUG. 21 – SEPT. 30, 2020]

The FBI HIP is a highly competitive internship in which current students are selected based on their resume, area of study, and transcript. Selected students are placed in the field office of their selection and will work with FBI Special Agents and Professional Staff employees on cases involving criminal and national security investigations.

When: 10-week paid internship in the summer

Requirements:

  • GPA: 3.0
  • Skills: All majors are considered, although the following areas of study include critical needs of the FBI:
    • Cyber
    • STEM
    • Law
    • Accounting

Complete details: Available @ fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad (disregard that the link states undergrad – open to undergraduate, graduate, law and PhD students)

 

◊ If you have any QUESTIONS OR FEEDBACK, please email lawcareer@fiu.edu


EVENTS update:

BUSINESS LAW SECTION (BLS) OF THE FLORIDA BAR: VIRTUAL ANNUAL RETREAT [SEPT. 2-4, 2020]

BLS would like to invite any FIU Law student who is interested in attending any of the Annual Retreat committee events or programs to participate. Each committee meeting has a separate Zoom link, and anyone can join. Here are a few examples of the events law students might particularly enjoy:

  • Sept. 2 1:00 p.m. Inclusion/Mentoring/Fellowship and Membership Committee Joint Meeting (these committees are in charge of the Fellows and Scholars Programs for law students and young lawyers)
  • Sept. 3 12:15 p.m. BLS Judicial Round Table (this is an event featuring primarily business court judges)
  • Sept. 3 6:00 p.m. IMF Networking Event (this is a reception to introduce our BLS Fellows)

*The only event that we request the students not join is the Executive Council Meeting on Friday, September 4, at 9:00 a.m., as this meeting is mandatory for all BLS committee chairs, co-chairs, and liaisons, and it would be unwieldy to have too many people join remotely.

Complete details: Available @ flabizlaw.org/files/LABOR%20DAY%20SCHEDULE%20FINAL–With%20LINKS.pdf

 

AIPLA 2020 DESIGN RIGHTS BOOT CAMP [EVERY THURSDAY SEPT. 3-24, 2020]

The 3rd Annual AIPLA Design Rights Boot Camp has moved online and is now a four part, online, CLE program (1.5 CLE) designed for new IP practitioners, or those new to design rights,  who wish to learn about protecting designs in all areas of IP, including copyright,  trade dress, and  design patents. We also have a session on protecting designs in the EU, including with copyright, registered designs and unregistered designs.

When: Every Thursday in Sept. @ 12:30-2 P.M. EDT + @ 2-3 P.M. for an opportunity to speak with the presenters and network with other attendees

Complete details & Registration: Available @ aipla.org/detail/event/2020/09/03/default-calendar/2020-virtual-design-rights-boot-camp

 

STRESS MANAGEMENT SUPPORT GROUP [EVERY TUESDAY @ 12-1 P.M.]

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android @ meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1482440928


EMPLOYMENT update:

♦ For more information and to apply to the opportunities below, please visit Symplicity and be sure to CHECK PRIOR BLOG POSTS! You can narrow your search by utilizing the “Blog post categories” ♦

 

THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S HONORS PROGRAM (HP) + SUMMER LAW INTERN PROGRAM (SLIP) AT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE [DEADLINE: SEPT. 8, 2020 AT 11:59 P.M. EST]

The Attorney General’s Honors Program is recognized as the nation’s premier entry-level federal attorney recruitment program.  The Honors Program attracts candidates from hundreds of law schools across the country representing a broad cross-section of experiences and interests. Selections are made based on many elements of a candidate’s background, including a demonstrated commitment to government service, academic achievement, leadership, journal, moot court and mock trial experience, clinical experience, past employment, and extracurricular activities.

The SLIP program: Whether you want to prosecute criminal cases, litigate civil matters, develop policy, or provide counsel, there are opportunities for you at DOJ too.

Complete details:

Application: Available @ avuedigitalservices.com/casting/aiportal/control/mainmenu?agency=dojoarm

Additional information: Available @ justice.gov/legal-careers/application-tips-and-checklist

Webinar @ AUG. 19!

ecs.acms.com/dojhp-slipapp2020webinar/

 

◊ If you have any QUESTIONS OR FEEDBACK, please email lawcareer@fiu.edu