Hello Mizzou Law! Hope you are staying warm and doing well. On Wednesday, February 12th at 11:15 am to 1:30 pm, students are invited to attend the Boone County Bar Association Luncheon. Professors Phil Peters and Thomas Lambert will be the guest speakers and will be talking about the Affordable Care Act. If you are interested in working in Columbia and would like a chance to meet local attorneys, please consider joining Kate Busch for the luncheon. Kate will be leaving the Law School from room 103 at 11:15 am, and weather-permitting, plans to walk to Bleu, the restaurant that hosts the Boone County Bar Association. Professional dress is appropriate for the event. Please be sure to RSVP through Symplicity.
Also on Wednesday the 12th, Dean Key will be presenting Advanced Symplicity Training in the Courtroom at 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm. Do you know how to create a saved job search that will send you an email alert any time a job that fits your criteria is posted? Did you know there is a Resource Library on Symplicity that has information on resumes, interviewing, and how to research employers? Do you know how to connect with a mentor using Symplicity? If your answer to one or more of these questions is no, then you should attend this program. Pizza will be provided so an RSVP is required. Career Conponent will be offered.
I want to reminder you to Save the Date for the upcoming annual Small Firm and Public Interest Expo. It will be held in the Reynolds Alumni Center on Friday, February 28th from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm. It is a drop-in event, come when it is convenient for your schedule. I will warn you though, with around 50 to 60 different employers, you will want to spend the whole two hours networking with federal, state, public interest, and small firm employers! Click on the tab “2014 Small Firm and Public Interest Expo” at the top of this blog for an updated list of who will be attending. Be sure and RSVP through Symplicity.