Get the inside scoop on the 1L job search at the Students Helping Students Career Information Fair
Wednesday, November 6 from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm on the McDonough second floor atrium.
Students Helping Students is an opportunity to speak informally with over 50 2L and 3L students about their legal internships in a variety of settings.
Here’s a sneak preview of some of the represented employers:
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of Enforcement, Legal Aid Society of DC, Public Defender Service of DC, AARP Foundation, ACLU of PA, Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Alexandria Public Defender, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Kids in Need of Defense, ACLU Washington Legislative Office, Public Justice, DC, Department of Transportation, Defenders of Wildlife, US Attorney’s Office, SDNY, DOJ Criminal Division, Asylum Access, Ecuador, San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center, Timap for Justice, Sierra Leone, EEOC Washington Field Office, Seed Intellectual Property, Humane Society of the US, Senate Subcommittee on Children and Families, Northern VA Capital Defender, etc.
Plus speak with students that worked as Georgetown Research Assistants, Law Clerks for Small, Medium and Large Law Firms, In-house Counsel, Judicial Interns, etc.
Co-Sponsored by the Office of Public Interest & Community Service and the Office of Career Services
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