Events and Announcements

Community Service Opportunity Announcement

Sign up Now! Project XOXO St. Louis - Raising Contributions for Local Charities 5K Run

Sign up now for Project XOXO St. Louis' 5K Charity Run/Walk. Project XOXO seeks to unite you with the legal community in the St. Louis area in an effort to raise contributions for local homeless charities. Since 2010, Project XOXO has raised over $270,000 in cash and in-kind donations for local St. Louis charities. The 5 K Charity Run/Walk starts at 7:30 am. Packet pick up starts at 6:30 am. The Run/Walk starts and ends at 10th and Walnut. For online registration & registration forms available here • $35 fee & guaranteed T-shirt if registered by Aug. 1; After Aug.1 $45 and no guarantee on T-Shirt, race day registration available $45. • Participants are encouraged to get pledges from family, friends, & coworkers to raise even more money for the selected charities • Prizes for top male/finishers in each age category: (17 & under, 18-39, 40-59, 60+) and top individual fundraiser & top law firm fundraiser

Sponsored by XOXO St. Louis
For more information, contact Carrie Burns at 314-935-6438 or (314) 935-6438

Haven House Volunteering Event

The Public Service Advisory Board is kicking off the school year with a great service opportunity with Haven House. Haven House is an organization that gives families a place to stay when their kids are in the hospital and offers them extra support in their time of need. The organization is always looking for extra toiletries to give to the families who stay at their facility. PSAB will be collecting toiletries for the first few weeks of school to donate to Haven House, so whether it's the free shampoo and conditioner from your hotel rooms or the extra toothbrush your dentist gives you, please consider donating to help these families out. There will be collection boxes near the lockers the first few weeks of school.​

Sponsored by The Public Service Advisory Board
For more information, contact Christine Shang at or (

General CSO Announcement

The Securities and Exchange Commission accepting 2L applications NOW

The SEC is accepting 2L applications for the 2015 Law Student Honors Program on a rolling basis which means applying early is key. The program is highly competitive.  About 150 2Ls and 1Ls are hired from law schools around the country. The SEC will hire volunteer interns in Washington DC, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco. See for more information about the program. Go to to apply.  A separate posting for 1L applicants will be posted later this year. The key to the USAJobs application is submitting a single PDF with a resume, cover letter, transcript and writing sample.  Name the PDF “LASTNAMEFIRSTNAME” – like “MARTINEZDAVID.”  Address the letter to “Dear Hiring Committee.”  If you are applying to the Washington DC headquarters, the letter should list your top three choices among offices and divisions.  You will be considered by all groups, but preferences matter.

Sponsored by CSO
For more information, contact career Services at or (314) 935-6451

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Honors Attorney positions for fall 2015

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will begin accepting applications on Monday, July 28th, for the next class of Louis D. Brandeis Honors Attorneys to begin working during the fall of 2015. The application window will close on September 7th. Interested students should read more about the opportunity and contact your JD Advisor with any questions.

Sponsored by cso
For more information, contact career Services at or (314) 935-6451

Scholarship, Grant & Contest Announcements

2014 ABA Forum on the Construction Industry's Student Writing Competition

This competition is open to all law students in good standing and attending an ABA accredited law school in the 2014 academic year. Papers may be on any topic relating to construction law. Winning entry receives $2,000. Deadline to submit is January 15, 2015. For more information go to

Sponsored by ABA
For more information, contact Carrie Burns at or (314) 93-56438

Student Updates

Open Doors at the Admissions Office

Our door is always open! Incoming 1Ls are invited to stop by the Admissions Office (Armstrong Teasdale Student Services Suite, Room 303) for morning coffee and light refreshments during the first week of classes (August 25-29).

Sponsored by Admissions Office
For more information, contact Will Fruhwirth at or (935) 451-6

GPC/GSS Back to School BBQ: Aug 23 4:30p-7:30p

The Graduate Professional Council and Graduate Student Senate invite all graduate and professional students to our Back to School BBQ Saturday, August 23rd from 4:30pm until 7:30pm in McMillan Courtyard. This is a great opportunity to meet other graduate students from all schools and learn about the variety of university-wide graduate student groups and services on campus. Please RSVP at the website provided.

Sponsored by Graduate Professional Council / Graduate Student Senate
For more information, contact Amanda Bender at or (

ProSPER Information session and Fall member meeting

To kick off the semester, ProSPER (Promoting Science Policy, Education, and Research) will host informational sessions for students interested in ProSPER. ProSPER can help graduate students over the course of their careers as a student and scientist, and we have a lineup of exciting events for the upcoming year. Come find out our plans for the year from our working group directors, and stay for a light dinner and good company.

Sponsored by WU ProSPER
For more information, contact Rebecca Lowdon at or (540) 580-8816

Trial Team 2014-15

Congratulations to the following students selected to participate on the 2014-15 Trial Team: new members Ana Nettles, Mary Hershewe, Mary Lucille Noah, Julieta Kosiba, Luke O'Brien, Courtney Harrison, Katherine Asfour, Stella Kamm and Patrick Hassett as well as returning members Fady Hanalla, Noble Freeman, Maebetty Kirby, Randall Brachman and Keenen Twymon.

Sponsored by Trial and Advocacy Program
For more information, contact Dorothy Campbell at or (314) 935-7964