Tips for Making the Most of Your Virtual Summer

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This summer will be a learning experience for both students and employers.  While there will be challenges on both sides, here are some tips for making the best of your virtual summer.  Check out the full article by Sean Marotta …

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New York Bar: Now Taking Applications for September Bar Exam!

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New York’s Board of Law Examiners recently announced that it has opened a second period for bar applications for its September bar exam. (https://www.nybarexam.org/)

This period:

(1) Lasts from today until June 12

(2) Only allows for first-time takers from …

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Apply Now-2021-2023 Term Judicial Clerkship, Hon. Richard T. Morrison (Washington, D.C.) United States Tax Court

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Judge Richard T. Morrison of the United States Tax Court in Washington, D.C., is now accepting
clerkship applications for a 2021-2023 term.

Applicants should have an interest in taxation and possess strong academic credentials, superior
research and writing skills, and …

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ACS Career Webinars: Loans, Clerkships, and State AG offices

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Join ACS for these career sessions:

May 28th at 12:00 PM MST

ACS Career Series: Managing Student Loans During COVID-19

Do you have concerns about your student loans in this new economic environment? Join ACS and the Student Borrowers Protection …

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Summer “To-Do” Checklist: 6 Tips for Success

Summer "To-Do" Checklist: 6 Tips for Success

Tips for Summer & Job Search Success

As you head into summer after final exams, here are 6 Success Tips for your “To-Do” list that will serve you well throughout any type of job search, over summer and beyond:

Finish …

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