Friday, February 4, 2011

For the most part, law school is a serious endeavor. At times, it can be downright dreary. But this posting from U of L's daily newsletter proves that every cloud has a silver lining. Or, in this case, that even at some law schools, "every silver lining's got a touch of grey."

"Prof. Tomain is accepting applications for a research assistant to start working ASAP.  The project involves reviewing, analyzing and organizing approximately 377 law review and journal articles into five categories.  The commonality of these articles: they all mention the “Grateful Dead.”  Up to 58 hours / $500.00 are available for this project.  If interested in this project, please email a resume and statement of 400 words or less explaining: (1) your interest and (2) availability in February and the first week of March."

1 comment:

  1. Post-script: while the topics are not always this scintillating, professors here at U of L Law frequently employ students to work on various legal assignments, articles, etc. It's a good way to get to know a member of the faculty, and pick up research skills.