- Academic Information
- Application Process
- Academic Record
- Application Check-List and Reminders
- Application Fee
- Applying for Scholarships
- Letters of Recommendation
- Office for Disability Services
- Personal Statement
- Retention of Documents, Reapplication and Deferral Requests
- Test Scores: TOEFL or IELTS
- Valuing Diversity
- What happens after you submit your complete application?
- Bar Exam Eligibility
- Alumnus presented The American Lawyer’s Transatlantic Arbitration Award
- Richard F. Celeste, Former U.S. Ambassador to India & Governor of Ohio
- Amy Cohen dishes about the ‘supermarket revolution’ and its effects on developing countries
- 2L hoping to leverage language skills in legal practice
- 1L thrilled by mergers, acquisitions on a global scale
Brown Bag Series
Developing a high-quality LL.M. program entails looking beyond the classroom. We offer bi-weekly “brown bag” (bring your own lunch) meetings with our students, featuring faculty and staff with specialties of particular interest to our students. These sessions cover a variety of topics, including job search preparation, optional practical training, exam preparation, and U.S. culture and traditions, to name a few. To make sure that they can hear from as many professors about as many topics as possible, we invite our faculty to give talks as a part of this series.
All sessions start at 12:10 pm.
Food is not provided unless noted otherwise. Feel free to bring your lunch/snack and eat during the session.
Schedule may change, and additional programs may be added at a later date.
|Friday, August 28thRoom 245||New York Bar Exam Preparation||Laura Fernandez, Assistant Dean|
|Friday, September 4thRoom 245||Comparative Contract Law||Prof. Larry Garvin|
|Friday, September 11thRoom 245||Online Legal Research 101: The Basics of Navigating Westlaw, Lexis & Bloomberg||Susan Azyndar|
|Friday, September 18thRoom 245||Overview of the U.S. Judicial System: An Insider’s Perspective from a Former U.S. Supreme Court Clerk||Prof. Chris Walker|
|Friday, September 25thRoom 245||Foreign Investment in Cuba & the Role of U.S.-Cuban Relations||Luis Alcalde, Of Counsel, Kegler Brown|
|Friday, October 2ndRoom 245||What is an “Outline” & How do I Create One?||JD Legal Writing Fellows|
|Friday, October 9thRoom 246||International Oil & Gas Law||Norman Nadorff, Senior Legal Counsel, BP|
|Wednesday, October 21st Room 245||Maximizing the Value of LinkedIn||Jera Oliver, Program Fellow|
|Friday, October 23rdRoom 245||A Leader’s Perspective on Diversity & Office Politics in the Legal Profession||Linda Lu, Chief Litigation Officer, Nationwide|
|Monday, October 26thRoom 245||Final Exams Part One: Ask the JD Fellows About Finals||JD Legal Writing Fellows|
|Wednesday, October 28thRoom 246||Final Exams Part Two: Guidance from a Professor||Prof. Arthur Greenbaum|
|Tuesday, October 27th Room 245||Final Exams Part Three: Technology, the Honor Code and Administrative Details||Laura Dean, Registrar|
|Friday, November 6thRoom 245||Optional Practical Training (OPT): What Is It, What It Isn’t & the Application Process||Amanda Yusko, Office of International Affairs|
|Friday, November 13thRoom 245||Introduction to Cybersecurity||Prof. Dakota Rudesill|
|Monday, November 16thRoom 245||How to Make the Most of your Thanksgiving & Winter Breaks||Jera Oliver, Program Fellow|
|Friday, November 20thRoom 245||Juvenile Justice System in the United States||Prof. Elizabeth Sherowski|