ATL: Can’t Get a Job? Lacking Lawyer Skills? Try Working for Your School’s Law Firm
Among the proponents of a “law school firm” to help train and employ young lawyers is Prof. Robert Rhee of University of Maryland Law School. Is this idea half-baked or is it just what is needed now to address the problems of untrained and unemployed young lawyers?
Law Office in Woolworth Building with Fantastic Lower Manhattan/ East River View!
Law firm seeks a long term tenant. The office suite – in fact the entire 20th floor – were built out brand new by the landlord during this summer. Windowed office with separate, adjacent paralegal cubicle in a shared law firm suite on the 20th floor of the Woolworth Building. The office has ten foot high ceilings and two large windows facing east with spectacular views of the East River, City Hall, Manhattan Bridge and lower Manhattan. The paralegal station is furnished with professional L-shaped desk, chair and hutch/cabinetry.
The suite makes available:
· Reception Area
· Conference Room Use
· High-Speed Internet and VoIP Telephone
· New Copy Machine
· Security System
Asking: $2,500/month with first month’s rent and security due upon lease commencement.
Please send inquiries to:
Guerrero Yee LLP
Attn. Rio Guerrero
From AABANY Immigration and Nationality Law Committee Co-Chair Rio Guerrero.
KALAGNY Meeting in Flushing
Open to members, non-members and law students to learn more about KALAGNY, it will take place at Nam O Jung in Flushing, near the LIRR Broadway stop, on Aug. 31. Register by Monday, Aug. 29. More details in the link in the title.