Resource Center

The Ovadia CP&P Office (CP&P) 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 also commit to provide comprehensive programming to help students develop the tools needed to meaningfully participate in those opportunities.

In law school, the process of planning acareer and applying for jobs starts early.  Students should take the time to browse the following material, which will help students learn about the services and opportunities that will make finding a job easier.

The Ovadia CP&P Office Blog
The Ovadia CP&P Office provides students with a blog that contains up-to-date employment, fellowship, and internship opportunities, as well as upcoming networking events, writing competitions and scholarship opportunities.  Please visit the Ovadia CP&P Office Blog and find new postings every week.  All information posted at the Blog can also be found on Symplicity.  Students with questions, comments, or feedback about the Blog, should contact Jessica Michelle Ciminero.

Career Planning & Exploration

Writing Competitions

THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS COUNSEL – WRITING COMPETITION [DEADLINE: JUNE 2, 2015]

Since 2005, the College has sponsored a writing competition for law students, to encourage them to learn about employee benefits. The College’s writing contest award winners are selected each year by the ACEBC Writing Contest Committee from among eligible submissions. Submissions have been received from a wide variety of law schools from across the nation.

Topic: Papers may be on any topic in the employee benefits field.

Complete details: Available at the Ovadia CP&P Office Blog.


UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW – PUBLIC INTEREST ESSAY COMPETITION [DEADLINE: JUNE 22, 2015 AT 5 P.M. EDT]

The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is pleased to announce its first annual Public Interest Essay Competition. The Competition is a national writing competition for student-authored articles on topics focused on social justice and the public interest.

Topic: Submissions must focus on a specific legal issue within the public interest. This encompasses any issues relating to social justice or advancing the general welfare and good of the public. Topic selection will be one of the criteria judged.

Complete details: Available at the Ovadia CP&P Office Blog.


Résumé & Cover Letter Workshops

Résumés, Cover Letters & Other Correspondence

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