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The Ovadia CP&P Office aims to guide and assist students in every step of their professional development journey. In keeping with the Office’s partnership model, it is committed to help create and maintain a pipeline of employment opportunities. The CP&P Office also commits to provide comprehensive programming to help students develop the tools needed to meaningfully participate in those opportunities.

THE OVADIA CP&P OFFICE BLOG: Available here.

Weekly posts of upcoming employment opportunities, scholarships, writing competitions and networking events. All information posted on the Blog can also be found on Symplicity.

Career Planning & Exploration
Job Databases
Writing Competitions

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Select writing competitions in the fields of IP, Entertainment and Technology Law available here.

ADDITIONAL WRITING COMPETITIONS: Available at iCompete Writing.


4TH ANNUAL AUWCL NATIONAL HEALTH LAW WRITING COMPETITION [DEADLINE: APR. 16, 2019 BY 9 A.M. ET]

Topic: Current topics of interest relevant to health law and/or food and drug law

Complete details: Available @ CP&P Office BLOG


NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL SMITH-DOHENY LEGAL ETHICS WRITING COMPETITION [DEADLINE: APR. 26, 2019 BY 5 P.M.]

Topic: Legal ethics

Complete details: Available @ CP&P Office BLOG


2019 HOGAN/SMOGER ACCESS TO JUSTICE ESSAY COMPETITION [DEADLINE: APR. 30, 2019 BY 11:59 P.M. ET]

Topic: “Legal Strategies to Address Gun Violence”

Complete details: Available @ citizen.org/www.citizen.org/law-school-contest


THE WARREN E. BURGER PRIZE [DEADLINE: JULY 1, 2019]

Topic: A topic of your choice addressing issues of professionalism, ethics, civility, and excellence

Complete details: Available @ home.innsofcourt.org/burgerprize


Résumés, Cover Letters & Other Correspondence
Social Media Marketing Resources
Etiquette Resources

Academic Policies & Regulations – Employment Restrictions

Per FIU Law’s Academic Policies & Regulations, certain employment restrictions are imposed upon full-time first year students as well as part-time students. These regulations in their entirety are available at law.fiu.edu/aba/.