First Years: Beginning to think about your summer 2011 options?
Get the inside scoop at the
Students Helping Students Career Information Fair
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Second floor atrium
Students Helping Students is an opportunity to speak informally with over 40 2L
and 3L students about their legal internships in a variety of settings. Participating students have worked as Federal, State and Local Government Interns, Non Profit Interns, Georgetown Research Assistants, Law Clerks for Small and Large Law Firms, Capitol Hill Interns, International Internship participants, etc.
Here’s a sneak preview of some of the represented employers:
US Department of Commerce, Bread for the City, Sexual Assault Legal Institute, Dekalb County Public Defender, Nassau County Department of Health and Human Services, California Court of Appeals, Children at Risk (Houston), Boston Immigration Court, Advocates for Justice in Education, New York City District Attorney, Legal Aid Society of DC, US Department of Education Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development, National School Boards Association, Trust for Public Land, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and many more…
International employers: Asylum Access (Ecuador); Society for Democratic Initiatives (Sierra Leone); United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees (Geneva and Malaysia); Children’s Legal Centre (UK); Wild at Heart Legal Defense Association (Taiwan); Siemens (Germany); Capin, Calderon, Ramires y Guttierrez-Azpe (Mexico); Brigard & Urrutia (Colombia), Inter-American Court of Human Rights (Costa Rica) and many more…
Co-Sponsored by the
Office of Public Interest & Community Service and the Office of Career Services