Tuesday, July 22, 2014

10 Things To Do Before the Summer Ends!



Good morning,

In the next few weeks most of your summer associates and interns will pack-up and begin the mass migration back to school. I’ve created a short list of the top 10 things they should do as they wrap-up their summer experience. If you have summer associates or interns in your office, please feel free to share this content. If you’re in career services and have stayed in touch with the students you worked so hard to place, please don’t hesitate to pass this content onto them.

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Enjoy the end of summer!

All the best,
Mary

10 Things To Do Before the Summer Ends

Over the next few weeks your time as a summer associate or intern will rapidly come to a close. Before you leave your summer employer, make sure you do the following 10 things to ensure you leave on a high note:

1. Transition work – Turn in completed work assignments. For any work that remains incomplete, prepare a short memo detailing what you’ve done and what work remains. If you have relied on specific sources for key information, list their names and key contact information. Provide supporting documentation. Make it super easy for someone else to finish the project.

2. Meet with your supervisor(s) – Ask for feedback. Listen carefully. If any feedback is less than positive, do not become defensive. Show your appreciation for your supervisor’s willingness to share his/her thoughts and time.

3. Ask for copies of your work – To begin building a portfolio, you may wish to keep copies of any work you completed. Ask permission to do so. Remember, your work product belongs to your employer. Don’t assume you may keep it. 

4. Say “thank you” – In a private conversation, thank your supervisor for the summer experience. Stop by the recruiting department and do the same. And don’t forget to thank other people—administrators, tech department, library, mail-room, and others—who helped you complete work.

5. Share your career plans – If you hope your summer experience will lead to a future job offer, clearly express this desire. You may or may not receive a positive response, however, don’t assume others know your goals and expectations.

6. Speak positively – If your summer experience was disappointing, suck it up. When you refer to it, only focus on the positive. Avoid complaining. Never burn a bridge.

7. Prepare to stay in touch – Create a plan to stay in touch with key people. Update your LinkedIn profile, adding information about your summer experience. Invite others to “link” to you. Avoid using Facebook for this purpose.

8. No gifting – Do not give a gift to your supervisor or to anyone else with whom you worked. Your good intent could be misinterpreted as an attempt to curry favor.

9. Hand write a thank-you note – Yes, it’s redundant, but this note gives you one last chance to leave a positive impression with your supervisor. Keep it short, simple, and sincere. Mail it within 48-hours of your last day of work.

10. Update your résumé – While your summer experience is still fresh in your mind, craft four or five quality sentences that describe the experience and the skills you acquired as a result.

Don’t let the end of your summer experience just happen. View it as one more opportunity to take charge of your career and close with class.

Copyright © 2014 Mary Crane & Associates.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Etiquette Tip of the Week: What Interviewers Don't Care About!


Students:

It's time for a little tough love. This is difficult for me to say, and the last thing I want is for you to take this the wrong way.

But interviewers don't care what they can do for you.  There it is.  The skunk is on the table.

They don't care that the job might be a great stepping stone in your career or that you would have a tremendous sense of accomplishment if you worked for them.

I know!  That's so selfish of them, isn't it?  Who knew they could be this uncaring and unfeeling?  It's all about them.  So typical.

The same for sales relationships -- the person buying products from you doesn't care if you meet your next target or that writing a big order would help you buy the new Corvette with the V8 engine and over 600 horsies... not even if it would get you more dates. (...or a date.)

Employers and potential customers want to know what you can do for them.

So when writing a cover letter or a sales pitch, don't say, "I feel like this job (or sale) would be a great opportunity for me."

Do say:

"I know my legal expertise and writing skills would be a great asset to your company."
"With my social media background, I am confident I could help define your target audience and expand your reach."

"These new widget-magidgets will double the productivity of your team and give you more time to focus on distribution."

Now get out there and get that job or land that big contract! It really is about you, but that can be our little secret. 


 
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Friday, June 20, 2014

Weekly Digest | 6/20/2014

In this week's digest:

  • FAQ for 3Ls considering participating in Fall Early Week OCI
  • UHLC Rosenberg Fellowship Program – Disability Rights Texas Accepting Applications!
  • Sunbelt Minority Recruitment Programs
  • 3L+ Inaugural Houston Diversity Reception and Summer Conference
  • US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of General Counsel, Summer Honors Program
  • Gulf Guardian Fellowship Program
  • Opening for the 2015 Equal Justice Works Application Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
  • Hot Jobs


FAQ for 3Ls considering participating in Fall Early Week OCI

Is Fall OCI open to 3Ls? Yes. Fall Early Week OCI is open to all 3Ls currently enrolled at the Law Center. When you log into Symplicity, you will only be able to see the OCI employers that are open to interviewing 3Ls.

Would a position from Fall OCI for 3Ls be an internship or an actual job? A job. Typically, OCI employers that are open to interviewing 3Ls do so with the intention of hiring them for full-time, permanent positions after graduation.

What should a person know concerning Fall OCI if they are a rising 3L? Rising 3Ls should keep in mind that a very small portion of OCI employers seek 3Ls. Check out the list of participating employers from last year on the OCI FAQ page under “Which employers participate in OCI” here: http://www.law.uh.edu/career/student/FOCI.asp. Rising 3Ls should focus primarily on regularly checking the Symplicity Job Bank and applying for posted positions, following up with legal professional contacts made during internships, applying directly to employers, and working with your counselor in the CDO to develop a personalized job search strategy.

UHLC Rosenberg Fellowship Program
Disability Rights Now Accepting Applications

The University of Houston is proud to announce its new, long-term fellowship program, the Yale Leonard and Irene Merker Rosenberg Fellowship Program. Through this program, select public interest organizations will host a 2014 Law Center graduate to work with its office for a 13 month period following completion of the bar exam. This is a great way for our students to create a foothold in the legal public interest community. For more information, go to: http://www.law.uh.edu/pil/Rosenberg-fellowship/.

Note that applications for the Rosenberg Fellowship position at Disability Rights Texas are now being accepted in the Symplicity Job Bank. Log in and search for Job ID# 10426 to apply.

Sunbelt Minority Recruitment Program
Friday, August 22, 2014 │Dallas, TX
Student Registration & Bidding: June 25 - July 11

Sunbelt Minority Recruitment Program (“Sunbelt”) will take place at the Wyndham Dallas Suites, Park Central in Dallas, TX on Friday, August 22, 2014. Sunbelt provides legal employers throughout the United States with an opportunity to interview diverse law students from Arizona, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Second and third year law students and recent graduates from eighteen ABA-approved law schools will participate in the program. The program will also have over forty participating employers from New York to Houston offices.

Please register and submit all application materials online via the Sunbelt Symplicity Module at https://law-sunbelt-csm.symplicity.com/students/. Application instructions can be found on the Sunbelt website: http://www.sunbeltjobfair.com/studentinstructions.htm and in the Career Resources Library (under the “Resources” tab in Symplicity). If you have any questions about this fair, please contact Elizabeth A. Base, The University of Oklahoma College of Law, at (405) 325-4860 or ebase@ou.edu.

3L+ Inaugural Houston Diversity Reception and Summer Conference
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 │ Houston, TX
Early Bird Student and Attorney Rates Available Until July 2

Celebrate diversity in the legal profession with 3L+ at its inaugural Houston Diversity Reception.  Join 3L+ for appetizers, drinks, and a chance to win raffle prizes including a Nike Fitbit, and inspiring speakers to include: Bruce Ruzinsky (Jackson Walker) and Kourtney James Perry (UHLC CDO)

Tickets can be purchased here:  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/3l-houston-diversity-reception-tickets-11898413475?aff=es2&rank=1.  Early Bird student rates ($5.00) and attorney rates ($20.00) are available until July 2All proceeds will benefit 3L+ Scholarship and Diversity Programs.  

For those interested in joining 3L+ earlier in the day for their Super Summer or Career Management seminars (find complete information here: http://www.3lplus.com/2014-summer-conferences/), register at: http://www.3lplus.com/training-programs/registration/.  The seminars are taught by 3L+ co-founders who are experienced transition-to-practice individuals.  Reduced tuition scholarships will be available for UHLC students.

United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of General Counsel, Summer Honors Program

The Office of the General Counsel (OGC) of the EPA operates a highly competitive, 12-week volunteer Summer Honors Law Clerk Program for law clerks who have completed their second year (or the equivalent for part-time students) at an American Bar Association accredited law school.  OGC is committed to providing law clerks with a tremendous legal learning experience.  Law clerks can expect to gain experience researching and writing about administrative, environmental, and general law issues.  Law clerks also are assigned individual mentors and have opportunities to participate in client meetings, attend field trips, and improve professional skills. For more information, please visit: www.epa.gov/ogc.

Students can submit their application by email or mail their applications to: Angela Perkins, OGC Recruitment Coordinator (perkins.angela@epa.gov), Office of General Counsel; Mail Code 2311A; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW; Washington, DC 20460. All mail-in applications must be received by August 30, 2014 (NOT POSTMARKED BY). Applications must include a resume, cover letter, transcript, a writing sample, Demographic Information form (available in the Career Resource Library under the “resources” tab in Symplicity) and references to be considered. 

Gulf Guardian Fellowship Program
Deadline to Apply: August 8, 2014

The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy (GCCLP) is proud to announce the Gulf Guardian Fellowship program. This 18 month fellowship program aims to support various approaches to building social and ecological equity in the Gulf South by honoring community members working to address the long-term impacts of inequality OR climate change.  Fellows working to address either inequality or climate change in the Gulf South will receive a $40,000 stipend and attend three (3) retreats. The retreats are designed to create space for collective learning, strategy space for long-term coordinated work and infrastructure building for the Gulf South region. 

Fellows must be residents of the Gulf Coast (TX, LA, MS, AL, FL) and can work at an organization or independently toward promoting social solutions. The project associated with the fellowship application can be on an existing project/program, new project or Coalition/alliance/congregation effort. For more information and application instructions, go to: http://www.gcclp.org/. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 8, 2014.

Opening for the 2015 Equal Justice Works Application  

The 2015 Equal Justice Works Fellowship application will be open from July 7, 2014 to September 17, 2014. To learn more, go to: http://www.equaljusticeworks.org/post-grad/equal-justice-works-fellowships.

Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
The IRS is hiring again! Recent graduates interested in tax law, check https://www.usajobs.gov/ for current openings or email mdelchah@central.uh.edu in the CDO for more information about how to search for jobs of interest and/or apply. 

Hot Jobs
10434 –3L Law Clerk, Watts & Company, Lawyers (Missouri City, TX)
10431 – Litigation Attorney, Alliantgroup LP (Houston, TX)
10428 –Law Clerk, Sears Bennett LLP (Houston, TX)
10425 –Rosenberg Public Interest Fellow, Disability Rights Texas (Houston, TX)
10345 –Law Clerk, The Parzivand Law Firm, PLLC (Stafford, TX)
10420 –Law Clerk, Clark, Love & Hutson (Houston, TX)
10409 –Law Clerk, Arnold & Itkin LLP (Houston, TX)
10400 –2015 Graduate Law Clerk, San Diego County District Attorney's Office (San Diego, CA)
10399 –2015 Summer Certified Legal Intern, San Diego County District Attorney's Office (San Diego, CA)


Friday, June 13, 2014

Weekly Digest | June 13, 2014

We hope everyone is having a wonderful, relaxing Summer! Remember that your career counselors are available all summer long, so do not hesitate to call or email with any career-related issues or questions. 

In this week's digest:
  • IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING YOUR SYMPLICITY PROFILE
  • Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundations Oil & Gas Short Course
  • Texas in Washington Recruitment Program
  • 3L+ Inaugural Houston Diversity Reception and Summer Conference
  • Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
  • Upcoming Deadlines and Networking Events
  • Hot Jobs

IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING YOUR SYMPLICITY PROFILE
At the end of an academic year, we "roll" all enrolled students' class year forward one year in our Symplicity System. "Rolling" forward means if you were a 1L last year, you are designated as a 2L this year. This is important because your class year is tied to the interview opportunities you can view. Please log in https://law-uh-csm.symplicity.com/ by July 1st and review your profile to verify that your class year and expected graduation date are correct.
For part-time students only: Please know that while UHLC has a designation of 4 years for your program, for career/employment purposes there are only 3 years. Career designations are:

1L = part time students during their first two semesters
2L = part time students during their second summer through third year (if you stay in the part time program, you will spend two years as a 2L)
3L = final year

It is especially important for part-time students to log into Symplicity and verify their class year and graduation date. We do not want anyone to miss out on recruiting events because they do not get the proper notifications or have the ability to see the relevant interview opportunities. Email Catherine Wright at cmwright@central.uh.edu with any questions.

The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundations Oil and Gas Law Short Course
October 20 – 24, 2014 │Houston, TX


The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundations Oil and Gas Law Short Course takes place this October 20-24 in Houston.  This is an excellent week-long conference on US Oil and Gas Law.  Rocky Mountain would like help with registration both on the night before the class begins and especially at the registration desk the morning of October 20. They will offer a complimentary registration to a student who volunteers to help at these times.  You may not be able to attend all of the sessions because of your UHLC classes, but you will receive the course notebook and can attend any sessions you choose. 
If you are interested, please contact Frances Hartogh at the contact information below. If you would like to see the program, click on the website below and you will find a link to it.

Frances Hartogh
Associate Director/Director of Outreach
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
303-321-8100 x107
fhartogh@rmmlf.org
www.rmmlf.org

Texas in Washington Recruitment Program
Friday, August 1, 2014 │ Washington, D.C.
Student Bidding: May 31 – June 18

Texas in Washington Recruitment Program will take place in employer offices in Washington, DC on Friday, August 1, 2014.  All accredited law schools in Texas are invited to participate.  Employers will have an opportunity to interview 2Ls, 3Ls, domestic and foreign trained LL.M.s and recent graduates (up to one year after graduation) in their offices.  Please apply and submit all application materials online via the Texas Consortium Symplicity Module at https://law-tx-csm.symplicity.com.  In addition, employers will be able to view application materials and select interviewees online. 

If you have any questions about this fair, please contact Courtney Key, Texas A&M University School of Law, at 817-212-4013 or ckey@law.tamu.edu

3L+ Inaugural Houston Diversity Reception and Summer Conference
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 │ Houston, TX
Early Bird Student and Attorney Rates Available Until July 2

Celebrate diversity in the legal profession with 3L+ at its inaugural Houston Diversity Reception.  Join 3L+ for appetizers, drinks, and a chance to win raffle prizes including a Nike Fitbit, and inspiring speakers to include:

Bruce Ruzinsky
Partner and Diversity Committee Chair at Jackson Walker L.L.P.

Kourtney James Perry
Assistant Director of Career Development, University of Houston Law Center

Tickets can be purchased here:  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/3l-houston-diversity-reception-tickets-11898413475?aff=es2&rank=1.  Early Bird student rates ($5.00) and attorney rates ($20.00) are available until July 2All proceeds will benefit 3L+ Scholarship and Diversity Programs.  

For those interested in joining 3L+ earlier in the day for their Super Summer or Career Management seminars (find complete information here: http://www.3lplus.com/2014-summer-conferences/), register at: http://www.3lplus.com/training-programs/registration/.  The seminars are taught by 3L+ co-founders who are experienced transition-to-practice individuals.  Reduced tuition scholarships will be available for UHLC students.

Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
The IRS is hiring again! Recent graduates interested in tax law, check https://www.usajobs.gov/ for current openings or email mdelchah@central.uh.edu in the CDO for more information about how to search for jobs of interest and/or apply. 

Upcoming Deadlines and Networking Events

Deadline to Apply for a UHLC Fellowship |June 13

Deadline to Register for the Heartland Diversity Legal Job Fair | June 14

Deadline to Register and Bidding for the Bay Area Diversity Career Fair | June 15
SABA Volunteer Opportunity with Houston Bar Association’s LegalLine Team | June 18

Deadline to Apply for the Fall Work Study Program│ July 15
Hot Jobs
10404 – Law Clerk, State of Texas, Health and Human Services Commission (Austin, TX)
10406 –Fall 2014 Law Clerk, Guerra & Johnson PC (Houston TX)
10402 –Contract Attorney, Joiner Law Firm PLLC (Houston, TX)
10403 –Law Clerk, Joiner Law Firm PLLC (Houston, TX)
10401 –Staff Attorney, Joiner Law Firm PLLC (Houston, TX)
10245 –Law Clerk, United Recovery Systems, LP (Houston, TX)
10410 –Antitrust Researcher, UHLC Career Development Office (Houston, TX)
10399 –2015 Summer Legal Intern, San Diego County District Attorney's Office (San Diego, CA)
10400 –2015 Graduate Law Clerk, San Diego County District Attorney's Office (San Diego, CA)
10405 –Fall Semester Judicial Externship, UHLC Externship/Internship (Houston, TX)






Friday, June 6, 2014

Weekly Digest | June 6, 2014

In this week's digest:
  • Bar Study Coffee Break
  • UHLC Graduate Fellowship Program
  • Texas in Washington Recruitment Program
  • Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference
  •  HBA Environmental Section Members/Section Luncheon Meeting
  • South Asian Bar Association of Houston June Happy Hour
  • 2015 Equal Justice Works Fellowship Application Tips
  • The Bay Area Diversity Career Fair
  • Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
  •  Hot Jobs

Bar Study Coffee Break
Thursday, June 12, 2014 | 12:00 -1:15 pm | Sweet at City Centre (across the courtyard from Norris Conference Center)
Career Development and Student Services invite you to join them for a coffee break on June 12th! Stop by for coffee and something sweet before you head home or to the library to study.  We hope to see you there!

UHLC Graduate Fellowship Program
The deadline to apply for a Graduate Fellowship has been EXTENDED to June 13, 2014.

The UHLC Graduate Fellowship Program is designed to make it possible for our recent graduates who are dedicated to careers in public service to pursue unpaid internships as they await their bar results (August through November). Students are responsible for securing their own placement prior to applying. The Law Center will provide up to $4,500 to a limited number of recent graduates selected for a Graduate Fellowship with a government agency or a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

For more information and application instructions, go to: http://www.law.uh.edu/pil/graduate-fellowship-program/.

Texas in Washington Recruitment Program
Friday, August 1, 2014 │ Washington, D.C.
Student Bidding: May 31 – June 18

Texas in Washington Recruitment Program will take place in employer offices in Washington, DC on Friday, August 1, 2014.  All accredited law schools in Texas are invited to participate.  Employers will have an opportunity to interview 2Ls, 3Ls, domestic and foreign trained LL.M.s and recent graduates (up to one year after graduation) in their offices.  Please apply and submit all application materials online via the Texas Consortium Symplicity Module at https://law-tx-csm.symplicity.com.  In addition, employers will be able to view application materials and select interviewees online. 
If you have any questions about this fair, please contact Courtney Key, Texas A&M University School of Law, at 817-212-4013 or ckey@law.tamu.edu

Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference
Friday, August 1, 2014 │ Minneapolis, MN
Student Registration Deadline – Friday, June 6, 2014
Student Bidding Starts Monday, June 9-20, 2014

Registration is now open for the August 1, 2014 Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference hosted by Twin Cities Diversity In Practice.  If you are a minority law student and interested in registering for this exciting event please visit the MMRC Simplicity website to be directed to the registration link: https://law-tcc-csm.symplicity.com/.  Interviews will be held August 1st (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.

If you have questions please feel free to email: lshaw@diversityinpractice.org or call 612.343.7999.

HBA Environmental Section Members/Section Luncheon Meeting
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 │ 11:30-2:00 p.m. |Brennan’s 3300 Smith St., Houston, TX 77006

Please join us for our traditional end-of-season luncheon at Brennan’s for an update on the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality by Chairman Bryan W. Shaw, Ph.D., P.E.  Dr. Shaw was appointed to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality by Gov. Rick Perry on Nov. 1, 2007.  The Texas Senate confirmed his appointment on May 5, 2009, and he was appointed chairman on Sept. 10, 2009.

Networking and registration is from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm. Lunch and the presentation will begin promptly at noon.  Valet parking is available at a cost of $5.00.  Street parking is available on a first come, first serve basis. Cost for law students enrolled in summer school is $15.00.

Please RSVP by 12:00 pm (noon), Monday, June 9, 2014 to Ashley Creech at Ashley@hilderlaw.com. Please forward checks payable to HBA to:

Ashley Creech
Hilder & Associates, P.C.
819 Lovett Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77006
Local Phone: 713-655-9111
Toll Free: 888-659-8742
Fax: 713-655-9112

South Asian Bar Association of Houston June Happy Hour
Thursday, June 12, 2014 │ 6:00-8:00 p.m. │ Simone's On Sunset 2418 Sunset Blvd, Houston, Texas 77005

Join SABA next Thursday, June 12th, for a Happy Hour at Simone's On Sunset! Enjoy adult beverage specials until 8pm while mingling with fellow professionals interested in the South Asian community.

2015 EQUAL JUSTICE WORKS FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION TIPS WEBINAR
Wednesday, June 18 │ 1:00 – 2:00 pm

EJW will host a webinar for students interested in “Creating a Successful Application for an Equal Justice Works Fellowship” on June 18, 2014. Register here: http://equaljusticeworks.org/node/80708.
The 2015 Equal Justice Works Fellowship application will be open from July 7, 2014 to September 17, 2014.
The Bay Area Diversity Career Fair
Saturday, July 26, 2014
| San Francisco, CA
Registration and Bidding Deadline: June 15, 2014
 
The Bay Area Diversity Career Fair attracts hiring representatives from the Bay Area's most prominent law firms, government legal departments, and nonprofit organizations.  Only law students who have completed their first year of law school by the time of the interviews are eligible to participate.  Openings are for 2015 2L summer associate positions. 

Registration begins on:  Monday, May 19, 2014; Registration site can be found at: https://basf-orrick-dcf-csm.symplicity.com/students/

For questions, please contact: Jenny Li, Bay Area Diversity Career Fair Project Manager registration@orrick.com or Nicole Britton-Snyder, BASF Diversity Pipeline Programs Manager nbrittonsnyder@sfbar.org.  For additional information, please visit: http://www.sfbar.org/jdc/diversity/diversity-programs/career-fair.asp

Current Job Openings with the Internal Revenue Service
The IRS is hiring again! Recent graduates interested in tax law, check https://www.usajobs.gov/ for current openings or email mdelchah@central.uh.edu in the CDO for more information about how to search for jobs of interest and/or apply. 

Hot Jobs
10325 –Summer Clerkship, Fizer, Beck, Webster, Bentley & Scroggins, P.C. (Houston, TX)
10384 –Associate Attorney, Nistico, Crouch & Kessler, PC (Houston, TX)
10373 –Summer Contract Intern, Cameron Intl Corporation (Houston, TX)
10354 –Associate Attorney, Mathur Law Offices, P.C. (Dallas, TX)
10344 –Law Clerk, Law Office of Sam M. (Trey) Yates, III, P.C. (Houston, TX)
10345 –Law Clerk, The Parzivand Law Firm, PLLC (Stafford, TX)
10348 –Law Clerk, Harry Gee & Associates PLLC (Houston TX)
10340 –Litigation Attorney, Alliantgroup LP (Houston TX)