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Penn Law Fifth Annual Public Interest Essay Competition

Essays due by January 11, 2020

The University of Pennsylvania Law Review invites you to submit to our Fifth Annual Public Interest Essay Competition, a national writing competition for student-authored articles on the topics of social justice and public interest law.

The University of Pennsylvania Law Review invites you to submit to our Fifth Annual Public Interest Essay Competition, a national writing competition for student-authored articles on the topics of social justice and public interest law.

The competition is open to current law students and recent graduates from the classes of 2013-2019. Please contact Nicole Malick at malickn@pennlaw.upenn.edu with any questions.

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11.11

Podcast: How to Advance Your Job Search During Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving break is nearly here, and this five-minute podcast gives you concrete tips and ideas to leverage your vacation.

Thanksgiving break is nearly here, and this five-minute podcast gives you concrete tips and ideas to leverage your vacation. Give a listen and know that the Office of Career Strategies is here to assist you in your job search.

Listen

11.11

2020 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program

Apply by Friday, January 10, 2020

JIOP’s mission is to provide opportunities to students who are members of racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the profession. The program also provides opportunities to students with disabilities, women, students who are economically disadvantaged and students who identify as LGBT.

The American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation will begin accepting applications for its 2020 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program (JIOP). JIOP is a full-time (32 hours/week), six-week minimum, summer internship program open to all diverse 1L and 2L students. Applications will open for 2L students on November 4, 2019 and for 1L students on December 1, 2019. All applications must be submitted by Friday, January 10, 2020.

JIOP’s mission is to provide opportunities to students who are members of racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the profession. The program also provides opportunities to students with disabilities, women, students who are economically disadvantaged and students who identify as LGBT.

Internships are available in several locations in California, Illinois and Texas, as well as in the following cities: Phoenix, AZ; Washington, DC; Miami, FL; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA and Seattle, WA. Students may indicate geographic preferences on their applications but may not request specific judges or courts. Interns elect to receive a one-time $2,000 stipend or coordinate with their law school to receive academic credit.

Internships for students with an Intellectual Property law focus will be offered in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Texas and Washington, DC. Students may indicate interest on their application. These specialized spots are limited and any student applying to the program with a request for specialization will also be considered for general internships.

Details and the application can be found here.

DOJ Webinar

Attention first- and second-year law students, you are invited to attend a webinar about the Volunteer Legal Internship Program with the U.S. Department of Justice. The webinar is hosted by the Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management and will provide an opportunity to learn about summer and academic-year vacancies, the application process, and answer any of your questions about volunteer legal internships.

Interested students can attend one of the two sessions, either Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 12 p.m. (EST) or Wednesday, November 20, at 3 p.m. (EST). No RSVP is required, but you will need a link and passcode to access the webinar. Details are posted in Sympclicity/Events.

11.4

Drexel Undergraduate Mock Trial Team Seeks Volunteer Judges

The Drexel Undergraduate Mock Trial Team is hosting its annual Dragon Invitational Tournament at the Kline School of Law and is looking for volunteers interested in judging during any (or all) of the four rounds.

The Drexel Undergraduate Mock Trial Team is hosting its annual Dragon Invitational Tournament at the Kline School of Law. The tournament will take place on November 16 and 17 and will consist of two rounds of competition per day lasting from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 to 5:30 p.m. We are currently looking for volunteers interested in judging during any (or all) of the four rounds. Food is provided for the volunteers.

If you are able to judge please fill out the registration form, and feel free to reach out tomocktrial@drexel.edu with any questions.

11.4

Fall Exams – Getting Prepared

Six things to do to prepare for fall exams.

1. Fill out the Exam Policies Verification Form in the Exam Center to get your 5-digit Fall 2019 exam ID if you’ve not done so already.
2. Download the Fall Finals version of the exam software (different than the one used for midterms!!).
3. Take a practice exam in CLOSED mode with the Fall Exams software, using your 5-digit ID, by 5pm on November 26, to qualify for technical assistance during exams.
4. Check the Class Registration page for the updated Fall 2019 Exam Schedule. Let us know immediately if there are any discrepancies with what the instructor conveyed in class.
5. Exam Conflict Deferral requests should be turned in by November 8. Notices for rescheduled exams will be sent next week.
6. Fall accommodation verification letters (AVLs) must be received by November 26

11.4

Diversity and Inclusion Committee (DiveIN) 1L Student Fellow

Apply by Wednesday, November 13

DiveIN seeks 1L students to serve as Fellows on the Committee. Fellows are the student members of the Committee. They help promote student ideas and perspective, as well as spread the word about DiveIN events.

DiveIN seeks 1L students to serve as Fellows on the Committee. Fellows are the student members of the Committee. They help promote student ideas and perspective, as well as spread the word about DiveIN events. Fellows are expected to attend the majority of DiveIN meetings and events and to play an active role in promoting diversity and inclusion at the law school. Fellows are encouraged to remain on the Committee for the duration of their time in law school, the initial commitment begins January 2020.

What is the Diversity and Inclusion Committee? The Kline School of Law aims to provide a welcoming and supportive environment for everyone, and is committed to diversity and inclusion among our students, staff, and faculty. We are a community of members with diverse backgrounds and we want each member to feel welcome, respected, encouraged and supported. An environment of inclusion will improve learning and overall quality of life for all of us. The Committee is tasked with finding ways to ensure that the school meets this mission. An environment of inclusion will improve learning and overall quality of life for all of us.

How to Apply

If you are interested in serving as a DiveIN Fellow, please submit the following materials to the Diversity & Inclusion Committee at divein_klinelaw@drexel.edu.

• Resume
• Statement of Interest detailing your interest in the committee and your experience with diversity and inclusion

Deadline to apply: Wednesday, November 13.

Interviews will be held the week of November 18.

Students will be selected based on the following criteria:

• Commitment and interest in the committee’s mission (required)
• Experience with diversity and inclusion (preferred)
• Organization & attention to detail

Don’t forget to join the FB group or follow us on IG.

11.4

Immigration Law Society Chipotle Fundraiser

Support the Immigration Law Society's Border Trip Fund by eating at Chipotle on Monday, November 4. Read more for details.

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Border Trip Fund!

Get dinner at the Chipotle at 3400 Lancaster Avenue in Philadelphia on Monday, Nov. 4 between 4 and 8 p.m.

Flyers will be handed out from 12 to 2 p.m. on Nov. 4 on the first floor of the law building. Bring in the flyer, show it on your smartphone, or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to the Border Trip Fund!

11.4

Learn How to Leverage LinkedIn in Your Job Hunt

LinkedIn can be an important job-seeking and professional development tool. Find out how to use it to your advantage in this short podcast.

LinkedIn can be an important job-seeking and professional development tool. Do you have a LinkedIn profile?

Here’s a short podcast with some basics to get you started.

Listen

11.4

Sign Up for the 1L Mock Interview Program

The program is a great opportunity to interview with a law school graduate in a friendly environment and receive meaningful feedback before you interview for real.

A reminder to all 1L students (including AJD Class of 2021) to register to participate in the 1L Mock Interview program. It’s a great opportunity to interview with a law school graduate in a friendly environment and receive meaningful feedback before you interview for real.

Here’s what you need to do: Log onto Symplicity and you’ll see the Mock Interview program listed under Events. Click on the RSVP button and you’re all set.

Your next communication will come from Jennifer Moore in the CSO with more details. It’s important for us to get RSVPs so we can arrange the correct number of alumni interviewers.

11.4

Join the Pennsylvania Association for Justice for Free

PAJ membership is free for law students and includes access to a variety of events.

In 1968, the Pennsylvania Association for Justice (then called the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association) was created to uphold and defend the Pennsylvania legal system, including trial by jury. The Association assists trial attorneys throughout the state. Membership is FREE for law students and includes access to a variety of educational & networking events.

The Pennsylvania Association for Justice is long recognized as one of the most prestigious trial lawyer organizations in the country. PAJ is a true community for trial lawyers, dedicated to excellence in representing clients and preserving trial advocacy in Pennsylvania.

PAJ serves its members, by providing them with a wealth of educational and informational resources, helping them become better trial attorneys.

For over 50 years, this association has advocated aggressively on its members’ and citizens’ behalf, and served as a vital counterbalance to corporations, insurance companies and special interests that are committed to stripping away the rights of your clients.

Register

11.4

The Kline Cabinet

Please drop off your donations in the labeled bin outside of the Admissions Suite.

In an effort to better support our students’ basic needs, the DiveIN committee is requesting year-long donations for the Kline Cabinet, a community-based micro-pantry-style collection. For the month of November we are doing a holiday collection.

Hunger and food insecurity are realities everywhere – even on college campuses. As legal education becomes less and less affordable, more students are forced to live on a shoestring budget. In an effort to better support our students’ basic needs, the DiveIN committee is requesting year-long donations for the Kline Cabinet, a community-based micro-pantry-style collection. View ad and requested items for our Thanksgiving drive.

You can help support the Kline Cabinet with your donations. Please note that we can’t accept damaged, opened or expired items.

Suggested Items:

  • Cereal
  • Crackers
  • Peanut/Almond/Sunflower Butter
  • Jelly/Jam
  • Rice
  • Quinoa
  • Tuna packed in water
  • Pasta
  • Canned Soup
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Tomato Sauce
  • Ramen Noodles
  • Canned Fruit
  • Dry Beans
  • Oatmeal
  • Granola Bars
  • Almonds, Cashews, Walnuts, Pumpkin and Sunflower Seeds
  • Dried Apricots, Dates and Raisins
  • Oranges
  • Apples

Please drop off your donations in the labeled bin outside of the Admissions Suite. The DiveIN Committee will disperse the donations between the student kitchen areas.

*You can also support this cause by placing your remaining food items from events in the Second and Third Floor Galleries.

We appreciate your support!

11.3

Spring ’20 Tryouts for the Client Counseling and Mediation Teams

Are you interested in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Team? Because 98% of all cases settle before trial, the ADR Team focuses on pre-trial skills that all lawyers need to perfect: arbitration, negotiation, client counseling, and mediation.

Are you interested in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Team? Because 98% of all cases settle before trial, the ADR Team focuses on pre-trial skills that all lawyers need to perfect: arbitration, negotiation, client counseling, and mediation. The ADR Team will hold additional try-outs for 2Ls and 3Ls who are interested trying out for the following two Spring 2020 competitions: The ABA Client Counseling Competition and the ABA Representation in Mediation Competition. Additional information (including spring competition dates) about the Client Counseling Competition can be found here. Additional information about the Representation in Mediation Competition (including spring competition dates) can be found here.

Students interested in trying out for either of the spring 2020 competitions must email Professor Kraybill, ADR Team faculty advisor (nck26@drexel.edu) and Robbie Suite, ADR Team president (rts56@drexel.edu) no later than 9:00 am Thursday, October 31, 2019.

Try-outs for the Mediation Competition will be held Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 10:00am-noon in Room 140. Each participant will act as counsel for their client while negotiating with opposing counsel regarding an issue. Opposing counsel will be played by a current executive board member of the ADR team, with judges observing the mediation. Each tryout will last approximately fifteen (15) minutes with five (5) minutes of feedback following the tryout. The problem is short and simple and does not require any outside research. The problem will be released Thursday morning after the deadline for interested participants. Please direct any questions about the Mediation Competition to Robbie Suite at rts56@drexel.edu.

 Try-outs for the Client Counseling Competition will be held during the week of November 4-8, 2019, date and location TBD. During the tryout, each participant will interview a client about the client’s specific legal problem. The client will be played by a current executive board member of the ADR team, with judges observing. The interview session which will last approximately fifteen (15) minutes. The problem will be released Thursday morning after the deadline for interested participants. Please direct any questions about the Client Counseling Competition to Olivia Hester at oph23@drexel.edu.

10.28

Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project for Law Students

Apply by January 3, 2020

The Project’s goal is to provide summer judicial internships for diverse law students from communities underrepresented in the legal community.

The Judicial Resources Committee of the United States Judicial Conference and Just The Beginning – A Pipeline Organization are pleased to announce the eighth annual Summer Judicial Internship Diversity Project (“Project”) for Summer 2020.

The Project’s goal is to provide summer judicial internships for diverse law students from communities underrepresented in the legal community. Operating nationally since 2011, the JRC-JTB Project has placed nearly 490 law students in successful internships to date. Over 100 judges have participated in our efforts and look to the JRC-JTB Project for summer internship candidates.

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10.28

Study Abroad Opportunities in France and China

Study European law in France or transactional law in Beijing for two weeks.

Two week-long study abroad trips are open for enrollment!

  • Kline in France (March 15-March 20, 2020) – European law in the capital of Brittany.
  • Kline in China (May 10-May 15, 2020) – Transactional law in Beijing.

For more information visit the Study Abroad website (studyabroad.drexel.edu) or email Prof. Coleman: ckc32@Drexel.edu

10.28

Career Strategies News: Welcome to Our New Director

The Career Strategies Office is happy to announce that Joanna Bettis Craig will join the office as a Director beginning on Monday, October 21.

The Career Strategies Office is happy to announce that Joanna Bettis Craig will join the office as a Director beginning on Monday, October 21. Joanna has prior in-depth experience working in the Career Services Office at George Mason University School of Law and, most recently, served as the Pre-Law Advisor at Drexel’s Steinbright Career Development Center. She practiced law as an associate at WilmerHale LLP in Washington, DC and also held internships at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, U.S. Department of State, and the African Development Bank in Tunis, Tunisia. She is a 2008 graduate of Harvard Law School. Joanna will begin accepting student appointments by midweek – please check Symplicity for her availability.

10.21

Donald W. Banner Diversity Fellowship

Apply by January 6, 2020

Banner Witcoff will award $5,000 in law school tuition or other school-related expenses to Fellowship recipients upon completion of their 1L clerkship in the firm’s summer program.

Banner Witcoff is pleased to offer the Donald W. Banner Diversity Fellowship for law students. This Fellowship is part of Banner Witcoff’s continuing commitment to strengthening diversity and inclusion in the field of intellectual property law.

Banner Witcoff will award $5,000 in law school tuition or other school-related expenses to Fellowship recipients upon completion of their 1L clerkship in the firm’s summer program. If a 1L student returns to the firm’s summer program for any part of their 2L summer and accepts a full-time position with Banner Witcoff, the student will receive an additional $5,000 financial award payable toward their law school tuition or other school-related expenses.

The firm will award $5,000 in tuition or other school-related expenses to 2L Fellowship recipients upon completion of their 2L clerkship in the firm’s summer program. If a 2L candidate accepts a full-time position with Banner Witcoff, the candidate will receive an additional $5,000 award payable toward their law school tuition or other school-related expenses.

The Donald W. Banner Diversity Fellowship is open to all 1L and 2L law students who meet the selection criteria and have entered into a JD program at an ABA-accredited law school in the United States are eligible to apply for the Donald W. Banner Diversity Fellowship. Applicants must have a demonstrated record of academic achievement, excellent interpersonal skills, a scientific or engineering degree, and be eligible to take the Patent Bar Exam.

Complete details posted in Symplicity.

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10.21

D.C. Bar Writing Competition

Deadline: October 25, 2019

Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the right for women to vote became law in the USA. And the 19th Amendment is the topic of the DC Bar’s writing competition.

Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the right for women to vote became law in the USA. And the 19th Amendment is the topic of the DC Bar’s writing competition.

The D.C. Bar Communities Office is presenting this year’s competition. The winner will receive a cash prize and publication of an abstract of their submission in a spring edition of the Washington Lawyer. The full version of the paper will be published on the D.C. Bar website. One runner-up will also have their submission published on the D.C. Bar site.

The contest is open to any full-time or part-time law student enrolled in at an accredited law school and who has paid the $25 to become a member of the Law Student Community of the D.C. Bar. And there’s only one entry per student, so no stuffing the ballot box.

Put your law review style to the test in 10,000 words or less and you could be a winner. Your deadline is Friday, Oct. 25.

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10.21

PDLG Fellows Program

Information session on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at noon in Room 440

The PDLG Fellows Program offers diverse first-year law students a route to summer employment at outstanding law firms and legal departments.

The Philadelphia Diversity Law Group (PDLG) PDLG is committed to fostering participation of a more diverse group of lawyers in the Greater Philadelphia Region in order to make our legal profession stronger, more productive and better equipped to address the challenges of the twenty-first century. As part of this mission, PDLG creates programs to enhance recruitment and retention of lawyers of diverse backgrounds by law firms and corporate law departments in this region.

The PDLG Fellows Program (formerly known as the PDLG Summer 1L Program) offers diverse first-year law students a route to summer employment at outstanding law firms and legal departments. It also provides the PDLG Fellows with a series of seminars and programs designed to enhance their skills and increase their knowledge of the Philadelphia legal community.

Join the CSO on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at noon in Room 440 to learn more about the program and meet PDLG Fellows! RSVP via Symplicity.

10.21

Don H. Liu Scholars Program

Apply by November 1, 2019

Don H. Liu Scholars Program offers scholarships and mentorship opportunities to 1Ls of Asian American decent.

Don H. Liu Scholars Program offers scholarships and mentorship opportunities to 1Ls of Asian American decent.

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10.14

LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program

Register by October 15, 2019

The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) is excited to offer the LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program for diverse/underrepresented first-year students at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law.

The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) is excited to offer the LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program for diverse/underrepresented first-year students at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. LCLD is a national organization of more than 300 corporate general counsel and law firm managing partners. For more information about LCLD, please visit LCLD’s website at lcldnet.org.

LCLD believes that success in law school is the first step to a successful legal career. To support the success of diverse students in law school, LCLD is launching the 2019-2020 LCLD Success in Law School Mentoring Program in 28 cities around the country, including the Philadelphia area.  Participating mentees will be paired with an experienced lawyer in your city, from one of LCLD’s Member organizations. Mentees will also have an opportunity to participate in the LCLD Group Mentoring Program, which includes networking events and substantive informational programming.  

You can register online for this first come, first serve program beginning October 15, 2019.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me or Nancy Richardson, LCLD Program Manager (nrichardson@lcldnet.com or 804.787.8009).

10.7

Wednesdays at the Kline

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. at KITA

A weekly event for members of the Philadelphia community to gather, listen, and exchange ideas and perspectives regarding current events and issues.

In partnership with the Thomas R.  Kline School of Law, Pennoni Honors College hosts Wednesday at the Kline, a weekly event for members of the Philadelphia community to gather, listen, and exchange ideas and perspectives regarding current events and issues. Every Wednesday, the Honors College hosts and moderates the discussion at the Kline Institute of Trial Advocacy in Center City.

RSVP:

PLEASE NOTE: We will not be holding Wednesdays at the Kline discussions on Wednesday, October 9 and Wednesday, November 27.

10.7

Family Law Midwinter Meeting Scholarship Opportunity

Apply by November 24, 2019

If you are interested in practicing family law, please see the attached information about a scholarship to attend the Pennsylvania Bar Association Midwinter Meeting. This is an excellent opportunity to meet lawyers, learn and connect with others.

If you are interested in practicing family law, please see the attached information about a scholarship to attend the Pennsylvania Bar Association Midwinter Meeting. This is an excellent opportunity to meet lawyers, learn and connect with others.

09.29

Happy Hour with Pennsylvania Association for Justice

Friday, October 25 at KITA

Network with well-established attorneys and see what the association is all about.

Pennsylvania Association for Justice, one of PA’s Trial Lawyer Associations, is holding its 2019 Fall Member Meeting on October 25 at KITA. The meeting will kick off with a happy hour/reception from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and they have invited you to join them. The (free) happy hour is a wonderful opportunity to meet some well-established attorneys and see what the association is all about. If interested, you can become a member of PAJ at no cost. Details are posted in Symplicity/Events. Please contact memberservices@pajustice.org or call Kirstin, Member Services Coordinator, at (717) 232-6478 ext. 11 if you have any questions.

09.29

Get Matched with a Trusts & Estates Law Mentor

The Probate and Trust Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (YLD) liaisons are starting a new mentoring program and they are opening the program to current law school students.

The Probate and Trust Law Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division (YLD) liaisons are starting a new mentoring program and they are opening the program to current law school students. The small mentoring groups will consist of approximately 8 people. They are implementing a group structure in the hope that smaller mentoring groups (or even some one-on-one mentoring relationships) may form more organically than simply assigning one mentor to each mentee. They want to include students in the hope of increasing awareness of the Probate and Trust Law Section and the possible career paths in the area of trusts and estates. Students would be expected to attend mentoring meetings and participate in the discussions.

If you are interested, complete this questionnaire. If you have any questions, please direct them to Alicia Berenson of Ballard Spahr at berensona@ballardspahr.com.

09.29

Janet Steiger Fellowship

Apply by October 25, 2019

The Janet Steiger Fellowship provides law students an opportunity to work in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Attorney General and other consumer protection agencies.

The Janet Steiger Fellowship provides law students an opportunity to work in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Attorney General and other consumer protection agencies.

09.29

Louis L. Redding Scholarship

Apply by October 9, 2019

The Louis L. Redding Scholarship is open to third-year law students from an underrepresented group, currently enrolled in an ABA accredited law school, and planning to practice in Delaware and sit for the Delaware Bar in the summer of 2020.

The Louis L. Redding Scholarship is open to third-year law students from an underrepresented group, currently enrolled in an ABA accredited law school, and planning to practice in Delaware and sit for the Delaware Bar in the summer of 2020.

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09.20

Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities

Apply by Tuesday, October 15, 2019

The is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and select private-sector employers with graduate students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs.

The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP), coordinated by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Defense, is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and select private-sector employers with highly motivated college students, graduate students, and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs.

Eligible students must:

  • have a disability and be eligible under the Schedule A hiring authority
  • be a United States citizen
  • be currently enrolled in a degree program on a substantially full-time basis OR have graduated with a degree on or after April 1, 2018.

Please note that candidates must reapply each program year to continue to participate.

If you are interested in applying to the program and interviewing with a representative from WRP, please visit wrp.gov and click on the student registration button to get started!

For more information or questions about WRP, please contact Jen Moore (jdm368@drexel.edu).

Registration will close October 11. All application materials must be uploaded to the WRP site by October 15 by 11:59 p.m. PST. No late applications will be accepted. You will need time to get your registration approved by your Coordinator, gather your resume and transcript, and complete your application, so please don’t delay!

09.16

Annual Fall Rutgers-Drexel Invitational 5K Run

Event Date: Friday, September 27, at 4:30 p.m.

Come join Rutgers Law and Drexel University Kline School of Law at the Annual Fall Rutgers-Drexel Invitational 5K Run.

Come join Rutgers Law and Drexel University Kline School of Law at the Annual Fall Rutgers-Drexel Invitational 5K Run! (Free entry, no prizes, walkers welcome, accuracy of distance, timekeeping and other organization not guaranteed.)

Event sponsors, Professors Bill McNichol, Amy Boss and Roger Clark, invite you to join your fellow students, faculty and alumni, as we start fall off on the right foot!

The run will be on a wooded, out-and-back course on Forbidden Drive. The start/finish will be in front of Valley Green Inn. Parking available.

After the run, Professor McNichol invites all runners, timekeepers and hangers-on to his home for beer, pizza and good cheer!

RSVP (for estimating catering numbers):
Roger Clark: rsclark@camden.rutgers.edu
Amy Boss: aboss@drexel.edu

09.9

Venture Cafe Philadelphia

Free mini-conference every Thursday at 3675 Market Street

The event is a weekly mini-conference, with multiple sessions that you can pick and choose from, with new content each week.

Interested in learning more about the innovation ecosystem in Philadelphia? Looking to network with potential employers and clients? Looking to simply get off campus (but not too far)? You’re invited to attend Venture Cafe Philadelphia, a weekly gathering at 3675 Market Street from 3 to 8 p.m. (free to attend). The event is a weekly mini-conference, with multiple sessions that you can pick and choose from, with new content each week. Attendees can choose to come and go as they please and may choose to participate in sessions or just hang out and meet people.

Details

  • Where: 3675 Market Street, 3rd Floor
  • When: Every Thursday, 3 to 8 pm.
  • Cost: Free.
  • Bonus: Up to three free drinks (wine, cider, beer, non-alcoholic) each week.
  • No prior registration required.

Contact: Eamon Gallagher, ’13, eg395@drexel.edu for more information.

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