Free Market Evaluation - Send us your resume and we will give you free feedback
Law School Professors Mainly from One Voting Party
Law School Professors Mainly from One Voting Party
Judge Recommends Disbarment of Three Attorneys in DUI Scandal
Judge Recommends Disbarment of Three Attorneys in DUI Scandal
Law School Application Advice from Recent Graduates
Law School Application Advice from Recent Graduates
Recent Temple University Law School Graduate Shot Dead
Recent Temple University Law School Graduate Shot Dead
Legal Job Listings
Download PDF

LexisNexis Announces Program for Deferred Associates View Count: 66

LexisNexis logonogoLexisNexis has announced a program of free access for new associates whose law firm positions have been deferred.

The Associates Serving Public Interests Research program, or ASPIRE, gives graduates complimentary access to federal and state case law, codes, regulations and law reviews. The idea is to give law school grads resources to effectively support their non-profit and public interest work.

What

 job title, keywords

Where

 city, state, zip



Online training and other training materials will also be provided.

Any graduate accepted as an associate at a professional law firm whose start date has been deferred, and who has elected to pursue non-profit work during their deferral period, is eligible to participate in the program.

Get JD Journal in Your Mail
Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!!




LexisNexis is a popular searchable archive of content from newspapers, magazines, legal documents and other printed sources. It serves customers in more than 100 countries, with 18,000 employees worldwide.

LexisNexis Announces Program for Deferred Associates by

  • Anonymous

    what about someone who can’t find a job and wants to go solo… would lexis want to provide free access for them… doesn’t really matter anymore as Casemaker keeps getting better and better. Check it out at your local or state bar association.

Tagged: , , , , ,

Posted by on May 7, 2009. Filed under Home,Law School News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

 

 

Related Posts: