Monthly Archives: September 2013
Appeals court orders new trial for Jacksonville’s Marissa Alexander in case attracting ‘Stand Your Ground’ attention
Rod Sullivan, professor at the Florida Coastal School of Law, said minimum mandatories have gotten out of control.
“This was not something that was meant for warning shots,” Sullivan said. “The Legislature needs to fix this.”
Sullivan said Corey and Alexander both have reasons to consider a deal now.
“The damage to the concrete sections of the metal grating is extensive and the bridge will be closed for some time,” said Rod Sullivan, a Florida Coastal School of Law professor who specializes in marine incidents.
Read the entire story at news4jax.com.
Join officers from Marine JAG on Thursday, October 3, 2013 to learn all about life and a career in the Marine JAG Corps! Come to an open information session in Room 525 at 12:30-1:30 p.m. or stop by to visit them at their table in the Atrium at 11:30 a.m. on October 3rd! Learn about:
- Benefits of being a Marine JAG
- The application process
- The commissioning process
- Internship opportunities and more!
Log onto Symplicity and RSVP for the information session at 12:30 so we know that you’re coming. No need to RSVP to visit them in the Atrium! The Marine JAG Corps doesn’t visit our campus often, so be sure to take advantage of this rare opportunity!!
Sign up for the upcoming OCI on October 28th! We strongly encourage any students or alumni interested in learning about or applying for commission in the Air Force JAG Corps to apply for an upcoming informational interview. Though it has no weight on your application, it will provide you with a contact in the organization and allow you an opportunity for that all important FIRST IMPRESSION to stand out in the best light possible!
OCI: U.S. Air Force, Judge Advocate General’s Corps
Eligible: Second Semester 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, Graduates
Position: Assistant Judge Advocate, Summer Internship
Recommended: Be sure to visit http://www.afjag.af.mil/ to review the application process.
Application Material: Resume, Unofficial Transcript, Experiential Learning/OCI Agreement Form (found in the Document Library on Symplicity)
Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, October 20, 2013
How to Apply: Submit your application via Symplicity under the OCI tab
The Application Deadline for the Criminal Defense Clinic and Family Law Clinic has been extended for students. Please apply online via simplicity. CLI required for these exciting opportunities.
Students: The applications for Spring 2014 Externships with Corporations, Public Interest Employers and Government Entities are now OPEN on Symplicity. To find the externship listings, click on the “Externship” shortcut link on your homepage under the “Find a Job” menu or go directly to the “Jobs” tab. Each listing includes the requirements and required application material. (Please note that the application requirements and pre-requisites are set by the supervising attorney). You need to have a resume uploaded on Symplicity in order to view the postings.
Schedule your appointment with a Career Counselor today to review your application materials and discuss the opportunities in a one-on-one setting. You can schedule your appointment on the Symplicity homepage by clicking “Request An Appointment” on the right-hand side of the page or stop by our office in Room 180.
The deadline to apply to any of these externship opportunities is October 11, 2013.