3L Jackie Acker talks about her article and getting published.
Hi! My name is Jackie Acker. I have had the honor of having my article “The Case for an Unregulated Private Sperm Donation Market” accepted for publication in the UCLA Women’s Law Journal.
Sperm donation may seem like an odd topic to write a legal article about, but the issue could not be more timely.
Tomorrow marks the first day of Foundations of Legal Study week for incoming 1Ls, as well as the start of their law school careers. FLS is designed to give you the basics you will need to succeed as a law student, to acquaint you with the law school culture, and to introduce you to the legal community. Everyone is nervous and many might feel lost during this busy week. Here are a few tips to get the most out of orientation.
Last night I received a Google Alert entitled, “Adventures in Babysitting: Does Babysitting Count As ‘Employed’ Upon Graduation’? The article was sent to ABOVE THE LAW by a student or recent graduate of the College of Law who asserts that the Dean of Students is posting job opportunities for babysitting to recent graduates.
Rising 3L Erin Potter shares her experience as 2012 Honors Law Clerk in the EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) at the EPA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
OECA (oh-ee-ka) pursues enforcement of the nation’s environmental laws and regulations and provides compliance assistance to areas that yield environmental benefit or reduce risk to human health. I am assigned to the Water Enforcement Division (WED) which focuses on the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act as it applies to municipalities, industries, and other point sources or public drinking water systems as defined by the statutes.