Get the inside scoop on the 1L job search at the Students Helping Students Career Information Fair
Wednesday, November 28 from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm on the McDonough second floor atrium
Students Helping Students is an opportunity to speak informally with over 60 2L and 3L students about their legal internships in a variety of settings.
Here’s a sneak preview of some of the represented employers:
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, Citizens for Tax Justice, DOJ Criminal Division, DOJ Civil Rights, DOJ Environmental and Natural Resources Division, The Federal Communications Commission, Earthrights International, Humane Society, NY Lawyers for the Public Interest, State Department, TIMAP for Justice, Sierra Leone, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Office of the White House Counsel, Women’s Refugee Commission, House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee, DC Jail and Prisoner Advocacy Project, Center for International Environmental Law, Human Rights First, US Attorney for DC, US Attorney for Southern District of NY, Federal Trade Commission, DC Public Defender Service, Due Process of Law Foundation, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable etc.
Plus speak with students that worked as:
Georgetown Research Assistants, Law Clerks for Small and Large Law Firms, Judicial Interns, etc.
Co-Sponsored by the
Office of Public Interest & Community Service and the Office of Career Services
Posted by Lauren Dubin at 4:06 PM
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