Still Time to Get Passport Program Credit!

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There is still time to participate in the CDO Passport Program!  Deadline to get credit in is April 25.

Why participate? Developing the 4 key skill sets you need (Career planning, job documents, interviewing, and networking/professional development skills) will maximize …

By Colleen Scarola
Colleen Scarola Career Consultant Colleen Scarola
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Government Honors and Internships Information

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Information about Government Honors and Internships is available at: https://law-denver-csm.symplicity.com
The login for Denver Law students and alumni to view these opportunities is available on your Symplicity homepage under “Government Honors & Internship Handbook”.

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Environmental Protection Agency – …

By Andrea Montague
Andrea Montague Career / Student Development Consultant Andrea Montague
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Attorney Mentors Still Available for Law Students

Attorney Mentors Still Available for Law Students

The Sturm College of Law Professional Mentoring Program will pair you with an attorney-mentor. Once assigned a mentor, you and your mentor will meet monthly to discuss topics suggested by the program.

We hope that you will use your mentor, …

By Andrea Montague
Andrea Montague Career / Student Development Consultant Andrea Montague
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Spanish Speaking Lawyers Committee Speed-Mentoring Event (Feb. 18, 5-8pm)

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Spanish-speakers: reserve your spot now for an incredible opportunity to meet accomplished Spanish-speaking legal mentors on February 18, 2016 from 5-8 p.m. 

This speed-mentoring event will provide you the chance to gather informally with Colorado Supreme Court justices, Colorado Court of Appeals and federal district court judges, as well as numerous private …

By John McKee
John McKee Career Consultant John McKee
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JDs in Debt (2/16 free webinar,1-2pm Mtn.) Public Service Loan Forgiveness cap proposed

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ADMINISTRATION PROPOSES CAPPING PSLF – AGAIN!

For the third year in a row, the Obama Administration’s budget proposed capping Public Service Loan Forgiveness at the undergraduate loan limit (currently $57,500). We’ll discuss the implications of this and other legislative proposals on …

By John McKee
John McKee Career Consultant John McKee
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