Pizza/Politics/History/Philosophy/ Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies: An Informal Discussion of the Contested Terrain of Abortion

Pizza, Politics/History/Philosophy/ Women, Gender and Sexuality:  
The Contested Terrain of Abortion  
Join Us for an Informal Discussion and 
Learn about Political Science, History, Philosophy, and Women, Gender and Sexuality Majors and Minors 

Tuesday, March 21 
2:30 to 3:30 p.m. (Club Hours) 
Building 2N, Room 001 (Basement); A CC CLUE EVENT 

Alyson Bardsley, Professor of English and WGS 
Tasha Kimball, Professor of History 
Rob Lovering, Professor of Philosophy 
Jane Marcus-Delgado, Professor of Political Science 

Pizza, Snacks and Soft Drinks  
will be served. 

Internship Opportunity, State Senator, and CSI graduate, Jessica Scarcella-Spanton

Good afternoon Prof.Paris,

Hope you are well!

Our office is hiring interns. The internship would be unpaid and preferably onsite. This internship would be at the office of Senator Jessica Scarcella-Spanton, 23rd District. TO APPLY:

Council on Legal Education Opportunity; Opportunities Here

Dear Prospective Law Student,

Have you always wanted to go to law school?

CLEO— the Council on Legal Education Opportunity– has helped more than 30,000 students prepare for the rigors of the first year of law school.  And we can help you too!  
1.  CLEO’s Pre-Law Summer Institute (PLSI) – can give you the edge you need as a first-year law student.  Held online and at a law school campus, this hybrid summer institute simulates the first year of law school and classes are taught by law professors.  To learn more about the Pre-Law Summer Institute, visit
2.  CLEO Legally Inspired Cohort Program (CLIC) – helps students gain access to law school in an innovative way.  Using the PLSI as a foundation, the CLIC Program sends a group of up to five students together to tackle the law school maze.  Click on this link to get more information about the CLIC Program:
3.  1L Prep – Attitude Is Essential – Taught by law professors, this two-day seminar will prepare you for your first year of study through hands-on learning and introduce you to case briefing, note taking, issue spotting, outlining and more.  Think you’re more suited to 1L Prep – Attitude Is Essential, click on the following link:

A national high school-to-law school diversity pipeline program, CLEO has a long history of success mentoring diverse students.Want to fulfill your dream?  Then get that CLEO edge by registering now… Six weeks too long?  Apply to our 1L Prep – Attitude Is Essential intensive weekend program. 
The CLEO Team

New York Law School Summer Program; deadline March 10

View Application Here:

Applications Closing Soon!

The New York Law School (NYLS) Summer Pre-Law Program is designed to provide students from underrepresented communities with a dedicated set of opportunities to explore the law and create a pathway to earn their J.D. degree at NYLS.

Participants in the Summer Pre-Law Program attend courses at NYLS for two consecutive summers. The program is open to rising college juniors who study in the New York City metropolitan area, or elsewhere in New York State. NYLS works directly with undergraduate partner institutions to identify candidates, and the inaugural class included approximately 25 students. Please pass along this information to your students.

This program runs for four weeks the summer before students’ junior year and four weeks the summer before students’ senior year. As part of the program, NYLS checks in with participating students throughout their junior and senior years and provides them with law school-related resources.

This year’s program will start on June 5, 2023 and end on June 29, 2023.

The curriculum, which includes four hours of class per day, four days a week, was developed and is taught by NYLS’ faculty. It includes these topics:

Is Studying Law for You?
Developing Characteristics of the Successful Law Student
Developing Law School Thinking Skills:
Thinking about meaning
Reading for comprehension
Putting your thoughts into words with precision
Reasoning by syllogism
Reasoning by analogy
Introduction to Legal Method
Written Legal Communication
Professional Development
Project-Based Capstone
Preparing for the LSAT

The Project-Based Capstone represents the culmination of students’ work during each summer session and will engage students in simulated arguments on behalf of a “client.” 

The summer Pre-Law Pipeline program will be hybrid, and the schedule will be as follows:

Week 1 – June 5 – 8 (in-person)
Week 2 – June 12 – 15 (remote)
Week 3 – June 19 – 22 (remote)
Week 4 – June 26 – 29 (in-person)

The deadline to apply to our pre-law pipeline program is Friday, March 10, 2023.

Application decisions will be communicated to each applicant no later than April 8, 2023.

Please contact Ella Mae Estrada, Associate Dean and Vice President
Enrollment Management, Student Financial Services and Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, at 212.431.2888 with any questions.
View Our Application Here

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PreLaw magazine has named NYLS a top school for Family Law, Human Rights Law, and Public Service. This recognition was driven by the unique programs and opportunities available through NYLS centers and institutes such as the Diane Abbey Law Institute for Children and Families, the Center for International Law, and the Center for New York City Law. Read more.

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