This week at Mizzou Law, there are several interesting opportunities for students.  On Monday, April 8th, there will be a “Judicial Clerkship Application Forum” at 1:00 in the Courtroom.  Are you a 2L interested in applying to judicial clerkships after graduation?  Are you a 1L who wants to learn about the process for future applications?  Professors Erin Hawley and Ben Trachtenberg will discuss the general hiring processes, including types of clerkships and  general qualifications for different levels of clerkships. Additionally, they will provide a timeline for applying to state and federal clerkships and information about OSCAR, the system used for applying to some federal judicial clerkships. Finally, they will provide information we have gathered regarding specific Missouri judges’ hiring preferences.  Don’t miss this event, co-sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society.  Lunch will be provided so please RSVP on Symplicity. On Wednesday, April 10th in the Courtroom at 1:00 will be the first of two mandatory pre-registration externship class meetings for all 1L and 2L students who wish to receive credit for a summer unpaid internship.  The Summer 2013 Externship Course Mandatory Meeting will provide students with an overview of what is required and included in the course.  Students must RSVP for and attend BOTH of these classes to register for the externship course.  The second class will be held on May 1 from 1-1:50.

Tax Law Society is sponsoring a panel, What does a Tax Lawyer Really Do? on Wednesday, April 10th at 4:00 to 5:00 in room 6.  The panel will consist of three tax professionals including: Jeff Comotto, General Tax Counsel of Anheuser Busch, Sara Neill, a partner with Capes Sokol who works in tax controversy, and Harvard Muhm, a member of Muhm & Reilly who works in estate planning. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and network.

Are you interested in working abroad?  Does working for the federal government interest you?  On Thursday, April 11th at 3:00 to 4:00 in room 111, the Federal Government Webinar:  Securing Federal Employment Abroad will be put on by the Partnership for Public Service.  Learn how to find and apply to federal jobs outside of the United States. Current Hiring Managers with the government will give insider tips on how to go about a successful job search for international opportunities. Career Component Credit will be offered.