Updates & Inspiration -- Volume 19: Issue 4

   
 

Announcements

  • Religious Freedom Annual Review
  • BYU Law Camp 2018
  • Seeking Candidate for Admissions Recruiting Specialist 

Religious Freedom Annual Review

The International Center for Law and Religion Studies is proud to announce the 2018 Religious Freedom Annual Review with keynote speakers Elder L. Whitney Clayton and Michael Gerson, Washington Post columnist.  Attendees will hear a multitude of guest speakers and experts from around the country speak on the current trend of religious liberties in the U.S. and abroad.  The conference will be held June 20-21, 2018 with early registration running through May 5.  CLE credit will be available to practicing attorneys.  To register or learn more, go to religiousfreedom.byu.edu.

 

BYU Law Camp 2018

BYU Law is excited to host the second annual Civics, Law, and Leadership Camp on August 6-11, 2018.  This is a remarkable opportunity for high school students from across the country to learn about civics and leadership through the lens of the law.  Participants will learn from top scholars, current law students, and passionate peers.  They will have the opportunity to visit a Federal Courthouse, play Get Out Games, attend devotionals, and more!

Scholarships are available based on academic/leadership potential and financial need.  We invite individuals, firms, and chapters to help us provide the means for students from a wide variety of backgrounds to attend BYU Law Camp.  Contact admissionscamp@law.byu.edu to sponsor students in your community.  Additional details are available here and at the following link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=s598hA3PyCI&t=1s civicsleadership.ce.byu.edu. 

 

Seeking Candidate for Admissions Recruiting Specialist

BYU Law is looking for an Admissions Recruiting Specialist!  This is a 3/4th time position.  The Admissions Recruiting Specialist will strengthen and expand BYU Law's recruiting pipeline.  This position will require: (1) frequent presentations to undergraduates and high school students; (2) designing, coordinating, and staffing the "Civics, Law, and Leadership" Camp, which is a one-week camp hosted by the Law School and run in coordination with BYU Continuing Education for high school students during the summer; and (3) identifying and implementing new strategies to increase diversity in BYU Law's recruiting pipeline. The job title is Job Title is Admissions Recruiting Specialist and the Job ID is 71426.  Additional details are available on BYU's job search site.

   
 

Inspirational Thought

"In 1986, President Thomas S. Monson said: 'Of course we will face fear, experience ridicule, and meet opposition. Let us have the courage to defy the consensus, the courage to stand for principle.  Courage, not compromise, brings the smile of God's approval. . . .  Remember that all men have their fears, but those who face their fears with [faith] have courage as well.'  President Monson's counsel is timeless!  So I plead with you, my dear brothers and sisters: Day after day, on your path toward your eternal destiny, increase your faith.  Proclaim your faith! Let your faith show!"
 

—President Russell M. Nelson,
"Let Your Faith Show," Ensign, May 2014

   
 

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