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    For twenty-eight years, the Northwest Public Service Career Fairs have introduced public service-minded law students to employers working to advance concepts of justice, fairness, and the well-being of the general public. Hosted at Seattle University School of Law and Lewis & Clark Law School, traditionally more than 50 non-profit employers and government offices engage with more than 500 students from the Northwest Consortium’s ten participating law schools.




    Join us this year to connect with tomorrow’s attorneys who are passionate about making a difference!

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    For the first time, Oregon July bar exam results will be judged by a standard that is closer to that of national norms. Earlier in the year, the Oregon Supreme Court adopted the recommendations of the Board of Bar Examiners (BBX) to set the pass score at 274, lowering it from its historic score of 284. 

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    National Law Journal compiled charts of recent graduates in full-time employment by sector; also lists schools with higher percentages of unemployed and under-employed.
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    Alum Xiomara Torres Mattson ’02 appointed as judge to the Multnomah County Circuit Court was featured in an Oregonian article.
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    The Anchorage, Alaska U.S. Army Corps of Engineers offers students the opportunity to undertake full-time semester and summer externships.  Learn more …
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    Virtually every employer reports they have little difficulty finding smart, technically competent students for their summer intern and associate programs. However, many of those same businesses report that too many students lack so-called “professional” skills. To convey that you are a professional, focus on three key concepts described in Mary Crane’s article.

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    1Ls - suggestions for your 1L year and beyond
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    From attorneyatwork.com - a short article and list of 40 ways to improve your networking efforts!
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    This backgroundcheck.org guide offers information you can use to proactively control and protect your online reputation.