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  • PIE Auction Underway. Place Your Bid!

    The Auction will be open until Friday, May 21, at 5 p.m.

    The PIE Auction is now live! The Auction will be open until Friday, May 21, at 5 p.m. Be sure to check out some great events with KSOL Professors, a week-long vacation to Hilton Head, a Themis Bar Prep package, and many other basket items!

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    05.17

  • Apply for the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project

    Completion of the project satisfies the 50-hour mandatory Pro Bono Service Requirement.

    We are excited to accept applicants for the 2021-2022 Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project. Professor Gwen Stern, director of the M-B Project, will be sending out an email this week with a link to the prerecorded Zoom Information Session which will give students the details about this amazing Project where students get to teach Philadelphia High School students about their rights and responsibilities under the Constitution which culminates in a Moot Court Competition for the high school students. There is a fall Academic Seminar on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m., and completion of the year-long Project also gives students their 50-hour mandatory Pro Bono credits.

    05.17

  • Internship Opportunity with Mindfulness in Law Society

    The Mindfulness in Law Society, a national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting legal professionals interested in mindfulness practices, community and resources, is looking for an intern.

    The Mindfulness in Law Society, a national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting legal professionals interested in mindfulness practices, community and resources, is looking for an intern. An ideal candidate will be interested in the mindfulness in law movement, digital communications strategies, and supporting the work of nonprofits. Responsibilities will include helping MILS develop and promote its digital communications strategy, including keeping the website updated; finding new ways to reach potential membership through social media; and publicizing ongoing events, such as our ongoing Anti-Racism Initiative (which is a partnership between NBLSA and MILS). Responsibilities will also include writing grant applications to potential funding sources to help the organization hire an executive director; supporting MILS members in hosting two different virtual sitting practices each week; and doing research into the effects of mindfulness practices in law with an eye to developing content for the website. Our intern will be invited to attend our monthly board meetings where the intern will have the chance to meet leaders in the law-and-mindfulness movement. Finally, the internship is a chance to develop one’s own personal mindfulness practice, if interested! The position would begin as early as May 15 and run through the end of August, with the possibility of continuing through the school year. Estimated an average of 20 hours per week, but we are flexible. The internship qualifies to be paid through federal work-study (otherwise it would be unpaid). Contact person: Chapin Cimino (Co-President of MILS). All work to be done virtually. To apply please email Professor Cimino with a statement of interest and availability: ccc43@drexel.edu. Applications considered on a rolling basis.

    05.10