It's a slow day. This is what distracted me:
- Environmental Law Scholar Michael Wara Joins Stanford Law School Faculty (MarketWatch - this guy wrote a wave-causing paper on the failures of the Kyoto Protocol. You can find that here)
- How to Land That First Job (lawjobs.com)
- Lavender Law '08 (Legal conference geared toward the LGBT community - notable seminars for law students include "Career Services and Job Search Strategies," "Making Law Schools a Welcoming Place for LGBT Students," and "From FAIR (v. Rumsfeld) to Equal: The Top Five Things Law Students Can Do to Address the Discrimination Inherent in the Solomon Amendment")
- On the Streets, 295 Arrests So Far (The Caucus, covering the protester arrests at the RNC, including [drumroll please] Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!)
- Law In a Nutshell, Wikipedia-Style (PrawfsBlawg)
And last, but not least, Arnold & Porter's new recruiting site, complete with drop down menus to guide you through various associates' "stories." I assume they'll be invading Facebook shortly. Let's all hold our collective breath!